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    Gemini Xera flashlight

    Sorry if this has been talked about but I can't find a thread.

    I need a new helmet light and want just cordless. Read the info on the Wiz1 but just saw this and it's now 49.

    I'm wondering if anyone has one and 2 things. Is it really 850 lumens and does it stay at 850 lumens or does if dim during run time or initially drop power like the Wiz1.

    Also, how does this work on the helmet.

    Thx

    MB

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    I wished I had known about this sooner. I would have put this on my Christmas list. It looks like a great deal.

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    All led lights drop output shortly into being turned on. Doesn't matter if you pay $1000, when the light heats up, the output will decrease. The difference is if the manufacturer rates their light at what the output settles at (with air flow but after warm up) or if the rate it at the output at cold start.

    Im 99% sure Gemini rates like most, max output at cold start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb323323 View Post
    Sorry if this has been talked about but I can't find a thread.

    I need a new helmet light and want just cordless. Read the info on the Wiz1 but just saw this and it's now 49.

    I'm wondering if anyone has one and 2 things. Is it really 850 lumens and does it stay at 850 lumens or does if dim during run time or initially drop power like the Wiz1.

    Also, how does this work on the helmet.

    Thx

    MB
    We're just about to release an all in one unit called the CX Urban. Modeled on the X2 but with internal batteries. 900 lumens, 2hrs runtime. Helmet mounted with gopro style attachment. USB Charge and can even be used as a power pack. Keep an eye out!
    Gloworm Lights - 'Create Your Escape'
    High End LED Light Designer - New Zealand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloworm Manufacture View Post
    We're just about to release an all in one unit called the CX Urban. Modeled on the X2 but with internal batteries. 900 lumens, 2hrs runtime. Helmet mounted with gopro style attachment. USB Charge and can even be used as a power pack. Keep an eye out!
    Interesting. What's the price point.

    Thx

    MB

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb323323 View Post
    Interesting. What's the price point.

    Thx

    MB
    We're looking at $135 USD for the 900 CX Urban and $179 for the 1300 CX Trail.

    We should have some previews up soon!
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