Recent content by seery

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    list your lights

    Updated list: (3) Acebeam X70 (3) Fenix HL55 (3) Fenix HM50R (6) Fenix CL20
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    Best light under $300 that will light up a football field

    Spend a little more and get the Acebeam X65. You will not be disappointed.
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    What makes a flashlight just right

    For me, a flashlight is just right when it says Acebeam X70 on the head.
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    Unboxing an Imalent MS18

    Sounds like a great wife and great light! :thumbsup:
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    Unboxing an Imalent MS18

    Did the light work when you turned it on?
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    When is enough, enough?

    Depending on the UI and build quality, the X65GT may prove to be a very exciting light. As such a huge fan, this is something I thought I’d never say. But we just sold our last X65 [and replaced it with X70 number four]. After using the X70 for awhile we found it very annoying going back to...
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    Imalant dx80
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    When is enough, enough?

    Very nice arsenal! But no large collection like yours is complete without an X70 or two. :naughty:
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    What lights do you consider the most epic or influential on your hobby

    Surefire 9N Surefire M6 Surefire BEAST II Acebeam X70
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    how many lumens do you reasly need

    15 years ago we were using Surefire M6’s. 13 years and 2 months ago we bought a 2000 lumen Surefire BEAST II and added a second after seeing how easy it made life.
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    how many lumens do you reasly need

    Please be honest and explain why you NEED 300 lumens when you could just get closer to what it is you’re trying to illuminate? Sounds like 300 lumens is more a luxury than a need??? We walk and check 1.25 miles of fence line [plus pastures and turnouts] twice a night with two Acebeam X70’s...
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    Is There A Better Two Light Combo?

    The top tier Acebeam lights [X65 and X70] are as tough and reliable as they come. We have multiple X70’s that get used every night around the horses and property and they are GTG. I’d go so far as to say they are as tough [and more reliable] than the two SF Beast II’s we used to use around...