The M1 is a different class of light - more an all-purpose light as opposed to a thrower (which would be the Lumapower MRV). FYI, EDGETAC will be sending me a Raidfire to review, so I will update my results here once they are ready.I already have a LUMAPOWER M1 cree, i want to know if it is worth to buy a Raidfire.
I've seen those ... but don't have any immediate plans to pick them up. Since it's probable that they still have the same circuit as the earlier models, the effect of going from Q2 to Q5 is likely to only be ~15% increase. If you compare my MRV Q5-mod to the stock MRV Q2 and P4 results, it should give you a rough idea of what to expect from these new lights. Build quality also looks the same, except for the HA.
That is too bad. FYI, I'm waiting to receive this light from Kai Domain:i ordered the aurora wf-600 Q5 18650 model back in november, but i was recently reimbursed because the item is backordered.
Actually, the Smartfire clone light has some issues - see my individual review of it here:That does look like a pretty nice light from smartfire (ultrafire?). I have an ultrafire R1 rebel light and it is well built, bright as hell and pretty handy.
It doesn't appear to be any brighter than the first gen MRV in terms of output, but it does have a larger hotspot, and a slightly less ringy beam per one review. linkThat does look like a pretty nice light from smartfire (ultrafire?). I have an ultrafire R1 rebel light and it is well built, bright as hell and pretty handy.