XHP35 Lights??

recDNA

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There are a few out there but the vf is too high to be practical for me. Maybe manufacturers feel the same way. Seem better suited to home lighting.
 

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These models are being prepared for production. All information about the official release will be posted later.
 

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I inquired with Sandra today after AT posted a photo of an XHP35 Dobermann Pro next to its factory packaging on their FB page. "End of summer" is when I was told the XHP35 Doby Pros will be out. AT will roll out more XHP35 models starting in early fall.
 

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I inquired with Sandra today after AT posted a photo of an XHP35 Dobermann Pro next to its factory packaging on their FB page. "End of summer" is when I was told the XHP35 Doby Pros will be out. AT will roll out more XHP35 models starting in early fall.

What are the pros to this LED inside the Doberman? Still thinking about getting one however not sure if I should wait for this?
 

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I honestly cant think of much advantage of the xhp35 HI over say and xpl HI in a single cell light, not going to be pushed(up to now anyway) much past 1200lm, maybe 1400lm but heat is the enemy now!. Both are consistent in tints, both are limited in the 18650 form factor for throw anyway................Now move to multi cell fueled lights and it all changes..............
 

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I am using the Manker U21 with CREE XHP-35 Hi (Single cell 26650 cell) and is measured at 124,000cd.

For my ease of use and ease of battery charging, I am moving towards single cell flashlights, with the exception of a Convoy L6 running two 26650 cells in series which is on order.

It was not that long ago that my Nitecore TM11 running 4 18650 batteries at 2000 lumens was 'high out-put'.
 

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Dear friends, thank you so much for your interest in these lights! Don`t worry, you will know about it first :)
 

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I am using the Manker U21 with CREE XHP-35 Hi (Single cell 26650 cell) and is measured at 124,000cd.

For my ease of use and ease of battery charging, I am moving towards single cell flashlights, with the exception of a Convoy L6 running two 26650 cells in series which is on order.

It was not that long ago that my Nitecore TM11 running 4 18650 batteries at 2000 lumens was 'high out-put'.

I too am using the Manker U21 XHP-35 HI. It's a great single cell light.

I am still waiting for the Dobermann XHP-35 HI. The long wait continues.
 

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I now have a XHP35 Prime C2 Pro v3 (warm) from the ArmyTek site direct. I also have a Dobermann Pro XHP35 (warm). They're out, and love the lights!
 

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