Weltool T11 & T10 Long-Throw LED Flashlights
Weltool T11 & T10 Long-Throw LED Flashlights
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When you need to illuminate long distances, Weltool has you covered with the T11 and T10 long-throw LED flashlights. The T11 has a beam throw of 2,231 feet, a maximum brightness of 743 lumens, and a maximum directional intensity of 115,700 candelas on its highest setting Read More

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Leoanger
264
Oct 15, 2020
Wait, no firefly mode? Fugettaboutit. Seriously though, I'm liking the listed features, other than "aero-space alloy" - if the aluminum wasn't salvaged from a bloody space ship, then please drop the hackneyed marketing words. If I do spring for one, I'll get the slightly-less-impressive T11, then either buy or make red and/or green filters.
Leoanger
264
Oct 13, 2020
I'm quite tempted this go 'round. I'm not sure I want to risk permanently blinding an entire ecosystem of critters, but maybe the red or green is a little safer?
Veckincile
3
Oct 13, 2020
On their main website they warn "WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov " now, I wonder what kind of warning is that when it exists on their own website but not here - does that mean we aren't to worry? I'm interested in ordering but I'm also curious about how to handle such a product if lead exposure is an issue; gloves?
Salvador_F
7
Oct 13, 2020
Strange, I'm finding them on Amazon for around $45 USD. You can try nealsgadgets.com, it's a online store based in China. They have a good rep among flashlight enthusiasts. Be aware that shipping does take some time, but their prices are pretty good. https://www.nealsgadgets.com/collections/blf/products/lumintop-gt-mini?variant=12828301230150
Leoanger
264
Oct 14, 2020
In the U.S., I think there are more than a few politicians who would, if they could, have everyone bubble-wrapped for their own safety, then put a sticker on the wrapping warning the wrapped of the risk of suffocation.