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  1. #1
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    And now there are 4

    I haven't seen this posted here yet. It has 4 XMLs and a claimed 3,500 lumens, running on a 2S3P battery.

    LXP B4 4*XM-L U2, 6*18650, 3500lumens Bike light [LXP B4] - $148.50 : Led Flashlight-International Outdoor Store

    *Material: Aircraft Aluminum *Bulb: 4*CREE XM-L U2 1A *
    Brightness: 3500lumens
    *Operating voltage: 9-12V (up to 15V)
    *Power supply (Included): 6*18650/12.6V-4400mAh (2S-3P)
    *Modes: High(100%) - Medium(50%) - Low (10%)
    *Runtime on High:60-80minutes
    *Built-in bike mount, suitable for 22-25mm handlebars
    *Waterproof and shock proof switch with an indicator LED
    *Low voltage protection
    *Thermal protection
    *Battery pack with built-in protection
    *Dimensions (mm): 58(diameter) x 76(lenght)
    *Weight: 450gr (head only)

    Tim
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    Battery spec is wrong. Should be 3S2P

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    Hate to steal your thunder but I posted about that lamp some time ago.

    Still, it deserves another look-see.

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    So has anyone tried it?


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    Double tap


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