Acebeam X50

richbuff

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I like this configuration. I think this is going to be my seventh Acebeam light. I look forward to seeing a size comparison picture. This light will go very nicely with my Acebeam X45 that I have used regularly for more than a few years. I like large dedicated throwers, large power throwers, and large flooders, and the same in medium and small sizes too.

My only concern are the customized batteries. Only time will tell, but it might be built in.
"Built-in 10.8V/4250mAh Li-ion battery pack"

I like to charge the cells on an external charger and look at the amps and volts and I know that I can try different cells, and all that good stuff, and I do that with most of my flashlights. Sometimes I am in the mood to just plug and chug, and not mess with the cells, and I’ve got a few high powered flashlights where I don’t have to worry about the springs loosing their temper and having a poor connection, because the connections are factory soldered.



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HARDUSVD70

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I like this configuration. I think this is going to be my seventh Acebeam light. I look forward to seeing a size comparison picture. This light will go very nicely with my Acebeam X45 that I have used regularly for more than a few years. I like large dedicated throwers, large power throwers, and large flooders, and the same in medium and small sizes too.

"Built-in 10.8V/4250mAh Li-ion battery pack"

I like to charge the cells on an external charger and look at the amps and volts and I know that I can try different cells, and all that good stuff, and I do that with most of my flashlights. Sometimes I am in the mood to just plug and chug, and not mess with the cells, and I’ve got a few high powered flashlights where I don’t have to worry about the springs loosing their temper and having a poor connection, because the connections are factory soldered.



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Definitely on my list. When will it be available?
 

acebeam

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Is it too late for me to announce the launch of the X50? :oops:It’s good to have a different picture,which pictures you can’t see from the acebeam official website, and see what new elements it has?
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Built-in battery pack is non removable..

.. and no back-up batt pack capability, correct?
 
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RamBull

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I’m not sure if it’s just my phone, but none of the photos you provided works. I would love to see them.

How does this flashlight compare to the X80GT?
 

richbuff

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I got mine yesterday. It compares favorably with the X45. More lumens in the form of a wider beam, both of which are provided by more emitters in a smaller head diameter with smaller reflector wells with more overlap. I selected 5000K neutral white. Nice tint, and oodles of very wide, extremely bright flood. Flood is this lights' primary forte; the amount of throw that it has is by sheer dint of the eight powerful emitters. Therefore, it has a massive amount of the former, and the expected amount of the latter, which is sufficient for its designed purpose.
For longer run time and less heat generation, lower modes can be selected.
I started out as a flood guy, and only later got into dedicated throwers, such as K70 and K75; and to power throwers, such as X65. This light very much and very happily satisfies my primal, deep seated flood urges. Also, the X50 is tops at brightly illuminating the widest area, for its size classification. Not too big, and not too small. I think that the X50 is currently the most powerful light in its size class, which also happens to be a very useful size classification.
 
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