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    Default Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting


    The Acebeam X10 is a high-performance rechargeable ultra-compact searching flashlight
    that combines spot and flood light.


    *1 x CREE XHP35 HI LED for the far range to emit the max
    *9 x SAMSUNG LH351D LEDs (CRI≥90) for the close range
    *Powered by customized Acebeam 21700 USB-C 4000mAh 30A battery

    More information is on the way, welcome click here

    Last edited by acebeam; 07-08-2020 at 08:48 PM.

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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    interesting, like the mix of high power and high cri


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    I'm glad to see Acebeam finally found the high-CRI option for the LH351D.

    What's the color temperature?
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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    Customized battery kills it for me. Other than that looks awesome.
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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    Quote Originally Posted by Lou Minescence View Post
    Customized battery kills it for me. Other than that looks awesome.
    It should work ok with most/any 21700's.

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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    Quote Originally Posted by DayofReckoning View Post
    It should work ok with most/any 21700's.
    I will take another look !
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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    If the normal length unprotected 21700 cells are too short, silder blob top, or spring solder top, or longer or stretched springs should suffice.
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    When Acebeam describes a battery as "customized", so far they have meant it has a protection circuit added, and it looks like in this case, a USB charging port. This is different from Olight's use of the same word to mean the light has reduced, or no functionality with a standard battery.
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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    I'm curious too about the Samsungs color temperature. 4k or 5k ?
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    Default Re: Acebeam new X10 7000lm CRI≥90 flashlight now presenting

    I have this light and like it a lot but there are a few things I would love to see offered as an update to this light.
    -For a 5k tint the primary and secondary LEDs` look cool white and not neutral.
    -Not as cool as the Osram emitters that are in My FF07 but certainly not as neutral as the SST20 4k LEDs I have in my Emisar D4V2.
    -I have no way to measure the actual tint mind you, just comparing it to other lights I have.
    -The advertised 7k lumens (turbo)is more like 5-5.5k Lumens (turbo) according to one reviewer who actually measured the levels of both the primary and secondary LEDs.
    -How about different colored secondary LEDs either all green, all blue, all red or all UV or a combination of said secondary LED colors?
    -Would love to see a 26650 flashlight body offered for this light. 27100 is great but I would love to have a little bit wider of a body to hold onto on a light with a head as large as this (no pun intended lol).
    -The ability to run the light on 2 cells would be a great addition.
    -The finish on the light is nice. It`s a matt black finish, not slippery but I would love to see a different battery tube with real knurling on the body.
    -Love having spot and flood in the same light
    This light is serving as my all around/bump in the night/camping light. A little too big for me to carry at work (construction)
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