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    Default Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower








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    Default Re: Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower

    New version is out, W10 Gen II, claims 450lm and ~1200m throw.

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    Default Re: Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by Rasher View Post
    New version is out, W10 Gen II, claims 450lm and ~1200m throw.
    The V2 is likely a V1vn ;-)
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    Default Re: Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower

    Is it just me or does that crazy, aggressive strike bezel seem way out of place on a light that is almost useless at close range distances? Thankfully it's reversible, otherwise it would be a real head scratcher.

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    Default Re: Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanDissent View Post
    Is it just me or does that crazy, aggressive strike bezel seem way out of place on a light that is almost useless at close range distances? Thankfully it's reversible, otherwise it would be a real head scratcher.
    I think it's there to block the light so it's a bit harder for someone standing sideways to look at the beam. They just want it too look a little cool while doing that. A bit like a camera telephoto lens shade.
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    Default Re: Acebeam W10vn - Best Slim LEP Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanDissent View Post
    Is it just me or does that crazy, aggressive strike bezel seem way out of place on a light that is almost useless at close range distances? Thankfully it's reversible, otherwise it would be a real head scratcher.
    I had the same thought when I first started handling it. The beam is so narrow that I think Iíd probably end up disorienting myself if I strike something with it because Iím all of a sudden be in the dark!

    My first experience with LEP so itís pretty impressive:

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