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Lumintop GT3

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Lumintop GT3 Flashlight



Emitter:  3*12V Cree XHP70.2  High Intensity,  cool white (6500k) and neutral white (5000k) optional, mounted on copper DTP MCPCB 

Flux:  >18,000 lm  

Intensity:  >8.6K kcd (ANSI throw >580 m)  

Firmware:  Tom  E’s  open-source NarsilM v1.3 adapted by Texas_Ace  

User interface: 

[1] By default, the GT4  is set to use the very intuitive Narsil smooth RAMPING UI. Instant access to a 21 A TURBO mode is also provided.  

 [2]  A more conventional discrete level MODE-SET UI is available as an alternative. Anyone of 12  pre-defined mode-sets can be selected. 

 [3] MOMENTARY mode is useful for signaling purposes or rapidly/briefly lighting up targets. 

Battery:  Four button-top 18650 cells.  Unprotected cells are recommended.  Batteries are not included. 

Driver:  12V, Texas Avenger V2  

Reflector:  62mm inner diameter, aluminum, smooth finish 

Lens:  Glass with anti-reflective coating 

Body:  Aluminum with Type III hard-coat anodizing 

Tripod socket:  Standard 1/4 inch threaded  (1/4-20 UNC) 

Button:  Tactile with back-lit rubber boot  

Ingress rating:  Equivalent to IP68, do not immerse in liquids 

Weight:  Approximately 475g without cells 

Dimensions:  68 mm head x 130 mm length x 52mm tube

Customer Reviews

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Holy crap, this thing is bright. Like brighter than high noon on a clear day with fresh snow (if you’ve ever been snow blinded you know). It also gets very hot on high. Like need an oven mitt to hold it after about 30 seconds. It will also go down to a low candle on step program . Which is perfect for camping or battery conservation. The software has a learning curve with a lot of options that I’m still exploring but so far it seems fairly user friendly. Durability still remains to be seen but it makes a great spotlight for my remote homestead. Easily identify objects and animals at 300M.