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The just released Nitecore NU33 is a triple output headlamp. They are the primary white led, the auxiliary high CRI white light and the auxiliary red led. Equipped with an upgraded unibody optical l...Read more
Acebeam released a 12 high-power LEDs search torch with 80,000 lumens - Acebeam X75 in July 2022. The X75 can crank out the equivalent light output of over 25 sets of car headlights on high beam! Th...Read more
The just released Lumintop Tiger adopts 1*Cree XHP70.3 HI+7*Cree XHP70.2 HD LEDs. The maximum output is 58000lm and the maximum range is 1315m. It has a waterproof rating of IP68, in addition, it ha...Read more
Four years ago, Acebeam's brightest flashlight was the Acebeam X70. And now, Acebeam has released an Acebeam x75 with 80,000 lumens. The Acebeam X75 is much brighter than the 60,000 lumens Acebeam ...Read more
Nitecore P35i has 6 Cree XP-G3 Leds. Nitecore P35i is equipped with spotlight and floodlight with dual lens system, providing a maximum output of 3000 lumens. In addition, Nitecore P35i has a maximu...Read more
Manker Mk38 offers 3 different types of LEDs, 8x XHP70.2 Cw, 8x XHP70.2 NW and 8x Luminust SFT40. Manker MK38 is available in oxidation options, Type-III hard-anodized Oxidation (Black), micro-arc o...Read more
The just-released Nitecore MH40s has a maximum output of 1500lm and a range of over 1640 yards. The Nitecore MH40S has a scratch-resistant lens coating, an HA III-grade finish on a rough aerospace-g...Read more
Just released Fenix HT30R, it is Fenix's first Lep flashlight, its maximum output lumens is 500 lumens, the maximum beam distance is 1500m, and the intensity of the maximum beam intensity is 600000c...Read more
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