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LED: Philips LUXEON T (Typical CRI: 85, Norminal CCT 5000K)
User Selectable Levels: 3 main levels (High, Medium and Low). Each main level can be programmed to one of its two sub-levels. The second sub-level of the each main levels can be further programmed to different brightness levels.
just pre ordered mine so glad i didn't miss this one the old SC60 is still the best all round edc I have ever had and i still use it every day even though i own lots of other Zebralights and quite a few latest release lights like the Nitecore srt 3 and 5 (great lights BTW) I still use the old SC60 even though it has a noisy pwm I can forgive
In my cart and ready to order, but can't decide on this one. Actually, I'm afraid all my other ZL lights will sit idle because this SC62 will make their tints look horrible! May sound dumb to some people, but I know that will happen.
Also, I don't find myself using my SC600w II very often, so I may sell it anyway. Hmmm....
Oh what the hell, just ordered it. Too curious about this Luxeon T emitter!
IMO they should've just added a LuxeonT variant to the SC52 lineup
18650 is just overkill for the measly 320 lumens and the excessive runtime bears this out. though i really liked my SC60 this is just not size efficient anymore in 2014
but if this were 16650 / 2x CR123A i'd be all over it. what zebralight NEEDS to put out is a 2x CR123A flashlight. if i'm packing for a long trip away from the grid i'd rather have 10 pairs of CR123A than ten 18650's (cheaper too)
Seems rather large for just 320 lumens. And I don't need a light that goes 3 hours on max. Personally, I'd rather they used an XM-L2 neutral at 2.5 amps and then just had a stepdown after 2-5 minutes. This light would be so much cooler at 1,000 lumens.
I'm giving it a shot primatily because of the tint. I don't get too caught up in the numbers game. For example, my PD32UEs go from 400 to 740 lumens...pretty much a waste of a mode if you ask me - hardly any difference there.
The tint, UI, physical size attracts me. If this ends up being more floody than throw, another bonus for me.