Well, the C10|R has a wider spill and a more sharply defined hotspot than the M11R (for equivalent overall output). The M11R has a brighter corona, so this provides a more even beam at close range (i.e., it is slightly less focused than the C10R).Selfbuilt which you think has better beam , sunwayman c10r or sunwayman m11r ? From your pictures is looks like the c10r does not have a good flood compared to m11r . Also I don't know if your chart is wrong with cr123 med but according to sunwayman both light should have 10h on med but c10r only has 5h .
No, I typically only do IMR tests on very heavily-driven lights (where the discharge rate would seem to exceed the 2C specs for standard ICR chemistry). There's no real need to use IMR in the C10R, since it is not heavily-driven on max.Astounding review Selfbuilt, as always
May I ask you if you've some output AND/OR runtime figures with AW's IMR?
Typically great review, selfbuilt -- thanks!
Was looking to add this light to the collection, but H/M/L sequence is a knockout.
I have been EDCing my new Sunwayman C10R for the last few days and the one thing that has been something of a quandary is...what to do about that UNC 1/4"-20 hole in the end. I noticed it was starting to pick up dust and lint from riding in my pocket. :thinking: Clearly unacceptable. I thought about using the lanyard attachment, but I just know the one time I am not monitoring it closely, my new light will come loose and all I will be left with, will be some dark colored paracord. No Bueno. So after scrolling through dozens of pages on google looking for "camara attachment" and "tripod attachment", I finally see EXACTLY what I had in mind. A SET SCREW! Turns out my local Ace Hardware has the exact size I needed, 1/4"-20 x 1/4" Length. At 53 cents each, I splurged and bought 2 I tried the ones with the hex key end, but once they were installed, not one sat flush with the end. Also, getting them back out was troublesome WITHOUT a hex key. So Slotted was the way to go. I can use my fingernail or a coin or anything with a thin edge to screw it in or out, and with a tiny bit of filing, it sits just below flush so my C10R still has all the tail standing capability I like. So here is my new customized C10R....
Hmmm...I wonder if I could upgrade the LED to a Nichia 219? Vinhnyguen does do some excellent customizing.