brightest led per gram of weight?

raggie33

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i like pocket rockets super small and super bright. any ones i should be looking at? i mean led flashlight
 
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Vemice

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If you want to go a bit crazy, you can have one modded. I had this Thrunite Ti3 done and it does, according to the modder, somewhere around 500 lumens on high with 10440s.
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raggie33

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If you want to go a bit crazy, you can have one modded. I had this Thrunite Ti3 done and it does, according to the modder, somewhere around 500 lumens on high with 10440s.
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wow thats pure amazeing
 

raggie33

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is there a cheaper version then 140 bucks thats a bit out of my budget but i want one thats amazeing
 

richbuff

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Great topic, and I don't say that too often. As a matter fact, I don't think I've ever said that on this forum. Without turning on my brain or a calculator to do the arithmetic, my votes go to: Imalent MS18, 1900 grams with the battery pack, 100,000 lumens, and Imalent MS03 10,000 lumens, 115 grams without 21700 cell, and Lumintop FW21Pro, 9,500 lumens, 120 grams without 21700 cell.
 

jon_slider

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AA Tool is cheap,
and on LiIon claims 650 lumens
weighs 23.5 grams empty
 

Flying Turtle

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Hey Raggie. I think you might need to look at the Nitecore Tiki. Truly a pocket rocket with 300 lumens and it weighs about half an ounce. Plus it's only 20 bucks. It is rechargeable with a non-replaceable battery, so it won't last forever, but we flashaholics are always upgrading anyway. I've probably carried a dozen different single AAA pocket lights over the years, but after using this one for a few months I may never go back.

Geoff
 
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