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A19 CREE XR-E 1x123 Flashlight HA NATURAL

 [A19XRE_1x123Nat]
 $210.00 

Description

The A19 Cree XR-E flashlight is comprised of an Aleph 19 head, 1x123 powerpack and McTC /McClickie switch.

The head houses a specially designed XR-E Reflector, a Cree XR-E LED light engine and sapphire window with single sided AR coating.

The XR-E LE has a fully-regulated GD(buck/boost) driver which runs on 1 CR123 or 1 R123. A 3.7V Li-ion battery will work too.

HA Natural parts are subject to color variation. Parts that comprise a whole flashlight may not match.

USPS Priority mail is recommended for shipping in the US.

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McGuch Works

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by Stephan Rosos Date Added: Saturday 02 December, 2006
Quite simply: ASTONISHING! By far the greatest "wow" factor right out of the box compared to anything in recent memory, its been a LONG time since something caught me so off-guard with its high performance potential, indeed a huge thrill to be suprised in a good way when something really delivers the goods as this first rate quality custom light does. Justifying its price, it left me slack jawed the first night I tried it, clearly a significant move forward in the evolution of LED technology. I have several other Aleph lights and had spent quite a bit of time using combinations with the A19 head previously, my favorite was usually a 5W Luxeon WWOS with a NG750 driver, which yeilded a remarkably even flood beam character with an uncanny lack of defined center "hot spot", with the big Luxeon it just placed its light in a very even conical shape. Optimized originally for the Cree UV reflector, with Luxeons it seemed to be the ultimate flood beam setup. But along comes the XR-E, and my immediate impression was twofold: 1) the purest, most pleasing-to-my-eye tint of white I have ever seen with an LED. Forget about all my time fine tuning my preferences with the Luxeon color binning nomenclature, being an "X0" or "Y0" fanatic, whatever Wayne picked out for this light is just plum PERFECT, I cant rave enough about how much I love the color. Second immediate reaction: this sucker is BRIGHT !!! and WHATS THIS!?!?! I was expecting a similar even white circle beam pattern devoid of an emphasized center bright spot like the Luxeons... to my suprise and delight the A19 head/reflector with the XR-E delivers a most unexpected major center hot spot.. with a bright corona like the Luxeon V flood, clearly a best of both worlds combo of powerful long throwing spot and bright even spill. It could meet or beat my very best throwing Luxeon III lights, and I was not prepared to get the distance/range I did, a very nice suprise indeed! I didnt see that coming with what I regarded as a flood-biased head from my previous experience with using them with Luxes. I was having a BALL lighting up distant treetops and such, and no price can be put on the little-kid-giggle that I got from using this gem. Later, comparing it to my fave LuxV and III lights, I must admit... there's a new sherriff in town... this XR-E has won me over. Build quality and materials are typical Aleph: top of the range in quality throughout. Expensive, but very worth it IMHO. Don and Wayne with another grand slam home run... just when I was ready to close the chapter (very reluctantly) on the Aleph series, along comes this very nice suprise. I'm extremely curious about the new converter design, I'm presuming is an evolution of the excellent Wiz 2 design. It delivers solid regulation and very even brightness whether I use primary or rechargeable Li-Ions. Huge cheers for the versatility of being able to choose between them without any performance compromise. I took some very brief comparison measurements with my LM-691 lux meter... it was dead even in peak center brightness compared to my best performer: a overachiever U-bin Luxeon III massively overdriven with 1600mA of current to the LED in an Aleph 1 head with McR-27 reflector (an LED "throw monster" setup if there ever was one (so far)) and it measured within 5% of peak beam center lux. But then... as the beam profile suggests.. move the flashlight to shift the beam center to 30 degrees off axis to the side of the meters position... the Cree gives up about half of its peak center beam lux number, 50% of peak center, while the Luxeon setup is one TENTH it peak number.... a FIVE to ONE ratio of intensity difference off center axis... and the Cree setup maintains its surreal evenness all the way to its sharply defined edge cutoff, remarkable indeed! whereas the Lux setup clearly favors directing a majority of the light energy for a killer center... and although the Lux setup's spillbeam is nice and usable, a side by side comparo with the Cree is shockingly hands-down the Cree for my likes. There's some magic here, for sure. I'm now tormented with crazy dreams of building a TripleCree project light for myself for Christmas, guess is back to the Shopping Cart for the Modamag PTS... and three McR-27XRs for a bigger host... I'm having fun again!! Major thanks and praise for Wayne and Cindy's hard work to make these a reality for a select few lucky folks, not to mention keeping a uniquely special interest hobbyist/enthusiast business running. Kudos to you both, and warm regards to Don, the wizard behind the curtain in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, for giving me another reason to get that Clockwork Orange grin going when I need a light! Definitely having fun again..... (now, how can I resist buying another.....?)..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]
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