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PsTo

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Nice evening
I do not know much about the flashlight "S
I would like buy a flashlight, a priority for me is most of Lumens
considered FENIX TK 40 630 Lumen
Or Sunfire L L200 but here I am in doubt, I read that 1200 has no real L 1200 lumens but is around 700 lumens, or help me with the choice of flashlight with max power of around $ 160 Lumens
 

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Do you want to pay 160 dollars or you want 160 lumens? You also might want to clean the post up a bit.

Welcome to CPF.... Nevermind you are here since May 2008.... Dude search.
 
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PsTo

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Do you want to pay 160 dollars or you want 160 lumens? You also might want to clean the post up a bit.

Welcome to CPF.... Nevermind you are here since May 2008.... Dude search.

i HAVE got ONLY 160$ MONEY

AND I SEARCH MOST POWERFUL FLASHLIGHT AROUND PRICE 160$

THANKS
AND TOO THANXS MODERATOR FOR PREWIW MY TEME
 

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PsTo... good communication may be difficult unless you can find someone to help you with your English.
 

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If Lumen output is your ONLY criteria... skip LEDs all together. IMHO you can get more Lumens for your dollar with HID. you can get a fine HID for well under $160, that will leave any similarly priced LED torch in the dust.... POB and the Stanley HID for starters.
 
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First off, typing in all caps usually means yelling, and I don't think that is what you were going for.

So from what I gather, you want the most output for $160, I'll persume $160 USD.

How much runtime would you like?
Whay type of beam pattern?
What size?
Which batteries?
Multimode?

If you are in the US, there are two HID lights that could work, the Vector 35w Power on Board, and the Stanley HID.

:welcome:
 

PsTo

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First off, typing in all caps usually means yelling, and I don't think that is what you were going for.

So from what I gather, you want the most output for $160, I'll persume $160 USD.

How much runtime would you like?
Whay type of beam pattern?
What size?
Which batteries?
Multimode?

If you are in the US, there are two HID lights that could work, the Vector 35w Power on Board, and the Stanley HID.

:welcome:
sieze si n o one ,but no largest then 30 cm lenght

and baterry is no one
no one is too runtime


ONLY ONE i WANT MORE LUMENS FOR 160 USD
HID is Super but is COST AROUND 350 USD

pleas send me links or write thipes hid around 160 USD

THANXS
 

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sieze si n o one ,but no largest then 30 cm lenght

and baterry is no one
no one is too runtime


ONLY ONE i WANT MORE LUMENS FOR 160 USD
HID is Super but is COST AROUND 350 USD

pleas send me links or write thipes hid around 160 USD

THANXS

Sure...
Power On Board HID... Ebay item number 110379280196 and 220399778059

Heres everything you need to know about the Stanley HID, available at wal-mart...
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/225844

I am not sure if either of these exceed 30 cm in any one dimension... but they are well below $100, US.... and MUCH brighter than any comparably priced LED design.
 
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csshih

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The ACE is a good choice for an LED flashlight, though.

you mean the "solarforce L1200"?

That is an incandescent flashlight.
it's decent, but be prepared to buy replacement bulbs when it burns out.
 

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PsTo... first of all


caps lock indicates you are yelling, keeps caps off when your typing please

I think its a safe assumption that English is not your native born language, because of great diversity there is a great variety of different people on the forum who knows different languages. Instead of using those silly online translators you could try to use the language you are comfortable with and perhaps...just perhaps there is someone who knows that language here that will be able to assist you more efficiently and productively :eek:
 

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Are you using a translating program? You can probably write in your native language, someone here's bound to be able to read it and the rest of us can try translating.

Do you want lots of throw? More lumen doesn't mean more throw. A 1000 lumen flood light has less throw then a 1 lumen laser. I'm guesing you want the light to throw 300m or more? That pretty much means you'll need a HID.

Why do you want focus? Focusing doesn't work that well. When the light isn't at full focus, you get rings in the beam.

Look at the thread and the eBay numbers Kramer has posted. A similar light to what you posted is available for less here. Also look at the Mega Illumniator. There's also this one from DX.
 

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Judging by the spelling mistakes (online translators have grammar errors, not spelling), I HIGHLY suggest you DO use an online translator, instead of trying to type in English to start with.
 

PsTo

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ok,..sorry for my english and capslock too ,..focusing beam,..you dont know what is focus ?
 

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ok,..sorry for my english and capslock too ,..focusing beam,..you dont know what is focus ?

unless the light utilizes an optic, reflectors are generally designed at a specific focal length to ensure the beam is smooth and even...and no there are no reflectors that I know of that can operate efficiently at two different focal lengths. So you will get a pretty nasty beam if the light is focusable, and m@gLites bear a testament to that

In addition, I do not know of any HID that exists with focusing capability, that is...we're talking about HIDs right? :thinking:
 
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