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    Default Manker U22vn V2 - Compact 21700 Thrower R

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    The pic in hand looks way more compact than the first u22, like a 38-42mm head... but looking at the Manker website, it still reads 51mm?!? Jeez. I hoped for a size reduction. Something just a step up from the Micro GT, but if I go 51mm, I might as well go 58mm with the U21 haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    The pic in hand looks way more compact than the first u22, like a 38-42mm head... but looking at the Manker website, it still reads 51mm?!? Jeez. I hoped for a size reduction. Something just a step up from the Micro GT, but if I go 51mm, I might as well go 58mm with the U21 haha
    I thought and said the exact same thing.

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    Default Re: Manker U22vn V2

    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    The pic in hand looks way more compact than the first u22, like a 38-42mm head... but looking at the Manker website, it still reads 51mm?!? Jeez. I hoped for a size reduction. Something just a step up from the Micro GT, but if I go 51mm, I might as well go 58mm with the U21 haha

    Yes good thoughts!

    I guess it all depends on how the U22 II compares to the U21. It could have a very efficient reflector and if the performance is really close.... 51mm is still smaller than 58mm. It will be interesting to see. I like that Manker is putting some fresh lights out there.

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    Agreed Patriot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot View Post
    Yes good thoughts!

    I guess it all depends on how the U22 II compares to the U21. It could have a very efficient reflector and if the performance is really close.... 51mm is still smaller than 58mm. It will be interesting to see. I like that Manker is putting some fresh lights out there.
    I am told they are uping quality and coming up with a brand new line of lights for 2020. Everybody stepping up!
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    They need to first fix the Manker UI.

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    Default Re: Manker U22vn V2

    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyownEnergizer250lumen View Post
    The pic in hand looks way more compact than the first u22, like a 38-42mm head... but looking at the Manker website, it still reads 51mm?!? Jeez. I hoped for a size reduction. Something just a step up from the Micro GT, but if I go 51mm, I might as well go 58mm with the U21 haha
    What are your thoughts about the U23vn Baby Delta with 46mm head? The W2 does 200Kcd, so maybe 220Kcd with W2.1 and the W1.1 isn't specified but I'm guessing it could do over 260Kcd. Great heat sinking too.
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    Default Re: Manker U22vn V2

    It looks like the GT MINIvn edges this one out with W2, 260Kcd vs 230Kcd, 50mm head vs 51mm head.

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    U22vn90 is EXCELLENT in every way in terms of performance.

    SBT90 5700K: 4300L, 200Kcd, 894m (Lens On)

    Turn on at over 4800L!
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