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xnoobx
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Overall   (4.2)
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- very high value/price
CONS
- switch excessively sensitive and unstable
I can't measure the actual lumen but it really is bright. I like this nicely finished metal casing that feels kind of heavy in my hand and everything is satisfactory but the switch is a bit faulty. It is little too sensitive it makes the light blinking-like unstable even with a very slight pressure on the switch button. I am looking for a way to fix this.
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i have tried hangsen's menthol and mint flavors too and i think this is the coolest (in the sense of temperature) among the lineup.
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Overall   (4.7)
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wear it on your head or tie it to whatever you find around. very useful. they should come up with different sizes of the silicon holder part.
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Overall   (5.0)
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I seen people not knowing many li-ions of larger capacities require higher charging voltages than typical 4.2V and not so many popular chargers out there support 4.35V output. This one is a decent choice when big capacities are getting more common every day.
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I think I can use this for safely charging all sorts of batteries, power your bread board, etc. All you got to do is get a power adapter like 24V/3A and find battery specs like full charged voltage and charge current recommendation. Proper battery holders like SKU4816900 might be a good idea too. You first set the voltage and current with the knob and then the output changes. It is not like the readings change as you turn the knob around. It looked like the values are digitally controlled but i'm not sure. Values read on the digit pannel are pretty accurate and stable. With an input from 9V/1A DC adapter, the biggest voltage difference between the panel and my multimeter was 0.02V. (0 - 0.01 most of the time) I wasn't so sure placing an order but i'm perfectly satisfied now.
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