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Thread: 2,000 Lumen Tactical Flashlight, USB Rechargeable, Pressure Switch Option - $129.95!

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    Exclamation 2,000 Lumen Tactical Flashlight, USB Rechargeable, Pressure Switch Option - $129.95!

    Colonel Mustard is now retailing Acebeam flashlights and we're sure you're going to be as impressed with the build quality and the value as we are!

    We believe our top-seller is going to be the Acebeam L16 - a micro-USB rechargeable tactical flashlight that utilises a CREE XHP35 Hi Output LED with an output of 2000 lumens and a beam distance of 603 metres!

    It has two independent light switches: a side switch provides access to five modes and a strobe while the tail switch allows one-touch access to turbo mode and tactical momentary illumination. The light is powered by an 18650 rechargeable Li-Ion battery (included) but is also compatible with 2x CR123A disposable batteries. The Li-Ion is rapid-charged inside the L16 by connecting the built-in micro-USB port to any USB power supply. A selection of filters and a remote switch for weapons mounting are available for this awesome flashlight. It even comes with a holster!

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    This link will take you to our flashlight range: Acebeam

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    HELP! I sold my soul to the internet geologist's Avatar
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    2000 lumens out of a single 18650 cell! Wow!
    "Conservation is the mark of a dying civilization. When your technology is not increasing at the same rate as your population growth you are done. Bring on the next contender.".

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    how much and what availability for spare battery packs for the EC60?
    the CGN formerly know as John_in_BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by geologist View Post
    2000 lumens out of a single 18650 cell! Wow!
    We did quite a lot of research on different flashlight brands before going with Acebeam. We've linked independent reviews at the bottom of most of the product descriptions so that you can check out what other people/experts are saying about these flashlights - it seems that they're getting just under 2,000 lumens when tested - between 1675 and 1893 - but certainly within an acceptable range as it's pretty difficult to accurately measure light.

    We have been caught off-guard with just how popular these flashlights are (they have been difficult to find in Canada before now) - we have already sold out of the first batch of the L16's! However, we already have more on order which should be with us on Friday (1 September).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hartman View Post
    how much and what availability for spare battery packs for the EC60?
    We haven't ordered any in yet, but they're in stock at the manufacturer so we can get them with our next shipment - which will probably be within the next 10-14 days given the initial rate of sale of these Acebeam flashlights! Price will be $19.95.

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    Our first shipment of this flashlight sold out in 3 days! We now have more back in stock, along with the EC50 Gen II (which is 3000 Lumens!), EC60, M10 and M20 models.

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    I have no life JR Hartman's Avatar
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    so did you get extra battery packs for the EC60 on this order? and is there a separate charger or do you have to charge it in the light?
    the CGN formerly know as John_in_BC

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    So any CGN'rs that bought first round have any reviews?

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    2000 lumens is impressive for a small flashlight!
    Any idea of the run time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kc34 View Post
    2000 lumens is impressive for a small flashlight!
    Any idea of the run time?
    It'll probably be limited at 2000 lumens by the heat generated and the ability of its small heat sink to dissipate it.
    "Conservation is the mark of a dying civilization. When your technology is not increasing at the same rate as your population growth you are done. Bring on the next contender.".

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