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    Default Re: new acebeam x-80

    Guess Vinh is going to be able to get these after all. Just watched the video he posted. Looks good.

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    Sign me up for this one! I was so close to purchasing this light at a bit of a discount when I was in GA visiting GoingGear store, I held out because the LED's in the middle were absolutely pointless to me and I would have never used them. Glad Acebeam wised up!
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    I think it was Vinh that replaced the silly blue & green LED's.

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    * I meant that glad Acebeam wised up and is now selling this light to Vinh (previously they weren't selling this light in bulk to him). Now I will be an owner of an an Acebeam X80 (vn) version
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    Oh, yes indeed! I forgot he couldn't get one for awhile. Good catch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashaholic1 View Post
    * I meant that glad Acebeam wised up and is now selling this light to Vinh (previously they weren't selling this light in bulk to him). Now I will be an owner of an an Acebeam X80 (vn) version
    I bought this light from a 3rd party supplier. So the prices on this light will not be very as reasonable as other Acebeams...With my close to retail prices on this model I will not likely mass produce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    I bought this light from a 3rd party supplier. So the prices on this light will not be very as reasonable as other Acebeams...With my close to retail prices on this model I will not likely mass produce.
    A ball park figure yet on costs?
    X80vn, T6vn, D25Cvn DHT, R50vn, Toolvn, SR MiniVN, Nitecore P16vn, S10vn, P60vn triple, Astrolux S41, ToolAA, Nitcore Tip, MH20 NW

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashaholic1 View Post
    A ball park figure yet on costs?
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    Why Spec. 6 and 7 do not get upgrade thermal paste and pad for driver ?

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    Looks awesome with the 319a swap, great vid

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    X80 for when throw must take a back seat to absolute most light very close in.

    X45vn for some throw, and still lots of close in light, but not the absolute most close in light.

    I use my X45vn every night around the neighborhood meeting hall that I manage. My TK75vnQ70 serves in occasional rotation, just to feel its much beloved classiness and fond memories.
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    Default Re: Acebeam X80vn - 26,000 Lumen Pop Can (Limited Production)

    That video really illustrated the difference between the two. My preference is the X45vn for its throw. I always was impresses that a flooder could throw so well.
    (I own X45vn, not an X80)

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    Last edited by flashaholic1; 09-12-2017 at 10:06 AM.
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    Default Re: Acebeam X80vn - 26,000 Lumen Pop Can (Limited Production)

    What batteries do you guys recommend for this light, and where is the best place to buy them?

    I tried viewing the "Recommended protected batteries" page (https://skylumen.com/collections/oth...rotected-18650) but it's giving me a 404 error.

    Would the Acebeam 3100 protected cells be best or is there something better?

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    Default Re: Acebeam X80vn - 26,000 Lumen Pop Can (Limited Production)

    Quote Originally Posted by saco View Post
    What batteries do you guys recommend for this light, and where is the best place to buy them?

    I tried viewing the "Recommended protected batteries" page (https://skylumen.com/collections/oth...rotected-18650) but it's giving me a 404 error.

    Would the Acebeam 3100 protected cells be best or is there something better?
    I would like to know aswell, i want this light bad...
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