X65vn - Best Thrower Searchlight

K2-bk-bl-rd

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I have a X65vn "Shorty" ordered, and can't wait! These lights are such a beast!
 

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Damn thats awesome!! congrats on the one off K2, is it the 5000k? If so its an awesome beam/ct/tint
 

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Yes, it is indeed 5000k and I agree, the tint on these XHP35's is amazing! Ven, your review on this light was my inspiration to buy one. The "Shorty" body makes it even more fun, and crazy looking!
 

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Great stuff K2, even now i cant think of a higher output thrower that has as much lumen and kcd together...................yet , who knows what 2018 and v54 will bring. :D Over 10,500lm and 620 kcd never grows old.
 

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Just received X65vn Shorty. Very impressive.

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Almost 13k!! :faint:
Maybe you could do a comparison to the TN40vn someday? I'm super curious how the beams compare. If both are fed with VTC5A, they should look pretty similar?
 

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Almost 13k!! :faint:
Maybe you could do a comparison to the TN40vn someday? I'm super curious how the beams compare. If both are fed with VTC5A, they should look pretty similar?


If memory serves, Vinh did a comparison video including TN40vn & X65vn. It was a year ago or so, found here at 2:48 minutes ...
https://youtu.be/NEEVfgGXrTY

The beams are very similar, with the X65vn being stronger of course.
 
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I am thinking about ganging up both of them, so I can hold two in one hand, and have the other hand free for other stuff.
 

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