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ACEBEAM E10 is launching

acebeam

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ACEBEAM E10 is launching3 optional LED colorsOSRAM Green: 1050 lumens; 675 meters beamOSRAM Red: 250 lumens; 385 meters beamOSRAM White: 760 lumens; 562 meters beam
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alpg88

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i got the green one, great little thrower, but i second Swedpat's suggestion, 26650 tube would be great, it would make the light so much versatile, pretty much any cell can be used in such tube.
p.s. would a tube from other acebeam light work with it?
 

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Thanks alpg88!

While the 23650 cell works well a 26650 can provide up to 3 times the runtime(I have a few of Keeppower 6000mAh).
And the light will still be less than twice as long, and at the same time fits better in the hand. With such a fat body the length could be a bit longer.

By the way: interesting that green can be even brighter than white! Green is for some special purpose, right?
 
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alpg88

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i'm not sure of its intended purpose, i just got it cuz it is cool and different, got plenty of white lights already you can still see everything just as good in green, except some colors. i've heard green is better for your night vision, but this little light leaves burned holes in retina more than a white, i once shined it in my eye accidentally , and saw lime green spot for a lot longer than with a white light of even higher power, does not look like it would be good for retaining night vision, at least not in such a narrow beam and power level.
i also use color lights, amber\green, when i go camping i give kids those lights, and we can see where ours are, among many other people with flashlights
 
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Output measured at 2 seconds from turn on using Texas Ace Lumen Tube calibrated with Maukka lights. Color measured using Sekonic C-800-U.
Acebeam E10Turbo562 lumens7088K-0.0068 DUV65.9 CRIBlue light relative amplitude 1.00-15.0 R939.9 R1256 Rf99 Rgincluded battery
Acebeam E10High222 lumens6695K-0.0031 DUV65.1 CRIBlue light relative amplitude 1.00-26.0 R937.9 R1257 Rf98 Rgincluded battery
Acebeam E10Mid103 lumens6510K-0.0007 DUV65.1 CRIBlue light relative amplitude 1.00-31.1 R937.1 R1258 Rf97 Rgincluded battery
Acebeam E10Low12 lumens6089K0.0030 DUV65.6 CRIBlue light relative amplitude 1.00-37.5 R935.5 R1261 Rf96 Rgincluded battery
Acebeam E10Moonlight0 lumens5534K0.0034 DUV67.1 CRIBlue light relative amplitude 1.00-31.0 R936.2 R1263 Rf97 Rgincluded battery

It uses the same optic as the Acebeam L17. I like how with this optic, the spill gets dispersed evenly so the hotspot stands out more than with a reflector light.
 

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I have to say that I am disappointed that Acebeam just comes in and report about new releases but almost never care to answer simple questions about the lights.
 

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I have an E10 and emailed a simple question to Acebeam multiple times---never once got an answer. I'm likewise very disappointed in the complete lack of responsiveness.
 

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Because of my liking of the white E10 I ordered the green as well, and received it yesterday.
Very pleasant tint for the eyes! And I earlier did a big misassumption when I thought it like a red tint would erase all other colors. It definitely does not. While a white object of course looks green a red actually looks red, a blue looks blue, a yellow looks yellow, and so on. This is a big plus when I thought the color rendition would be practically zero.
 
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