Emisar D4Svn - Most Compact 26650 Quad R

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vinhnguyen54

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Emisar D4Svn - Most Compact 26650 Quad R

A bigger D4Svn
Can't go wrong with this one ;-)

Turn On Performance
$63 Spec 1 Stock XPL HI ~ 4300 Lumen, 45Kcd Intensity, 424m Throw
$80 Spec 2 Hybrid 2*XPG2 PDT + 2*XPL HI 6500K 3600 Lumen, 70Kcd Intensity, 529mThrow
$88 Spec 3 HCRI Samsung 351 4000K, 3700 Lumen, 23Kcd, 322m Throw

* Spec 1 numbers above are factory claimed. I got 4500 Lumen and 4100 Lumen at turn on with Purple 3500mAh and Green Efest 4000mAh, respectively.










 
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vinhnguyen54

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* Spec 1 numbers above are factory claimed. I got 4500 Lumen and 4100 Lumen at turn on with Purple 3500mAh and Green Efest 4000mAh, respectively.
 

markr6

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I'm interested in that Samsung. I think a 5000K would be more my style though.
 

vinhnguyen54

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Vinh which XPG2 tint are you using nowadays to dedome? Do you still have stock of the "old" ones or are these the current ones?

These are old ones I saved. I am down to like 30-40 LEDs left. I may need to order some new ones and start selecting again. I hate how cree aren't very consistent with their tints.
 

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Stock D4s 219C 5000k came in today:

Quick subjective impressions:
+The auxiliary cyan LEDs are pure awesome. They just faintly glow, and I would have them no other way.
+The size is very ergonomic. I already assumed it would be coming in, as I love the feel of 26650 tubes.
+The side switch is done just right— its surroundings are raised up for easy location, but the switch itself is recessed to prevent accidental activation. I hate switches that are hard to find (Catapult V6), but this one is easy and natural.
+The beam profile is nice— broad-ish hotspot with tint shift being minimal.

-The sharp edges along the lanyard hole stick out like a sore thumb. They prevent this from being the ultimate ergonomic light. Upon close look it doesn’t even seem to be chamfered.
- I wouldn’t say the tint is horrible, but bad—it’s noticeably green. I’m not even just comparing it to my rosy ROT66 either, I’m comparing it to my SC600 MK3 high, and more importantly, my Catapult V6 neutral white, which is also 5000k. I remember my Manker E14 (also sporting 5000k 90+ CRI 219Cs) to be greenish as well, but perhaps not as bad as this one.
-Feels light/hollow. Doesn’t have the same inspiring heft as my other lights.
- No stainless steel bezel. I know it’s a budget light, but I’m going to put this on there anyways. When lights fall, then tend to hit themselves on their head. Even a tiny one as like on the Catapult V6 or Zebralight SC600 MK3 HI would suffice.


 
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