Zebralight H600Fd Mark IV XHP50.2 Floody 5000K High CRI Hoofdlamp

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Zebralight H600Fd Mark IV XHP50.2 Floody 5000K High CRI Hoofdlamp

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The perfect colour of light and in addition very bright Review by Matthias
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I really like my new Zebra. I used to have a H53Fc with 4000k. The light was okay with regard to its CRI. But it seemed to be a bit to yellow. The H600Fd Mk IV with its 5000k has got the perfect colour of light for me. The programmable interface is another advantage. The size is still okay.
But it is very important to chose the right battery as not all 18650 fit and you will need a battery being able to provide the flashlight with high current. (Posted on 11-12-18)
The output is almighty: at H2 level it is in eccess of the H1 level of my H600 18650 XM-L2 Neutral White, with 1035Lm against 1020Lm. Review by YVES SOUSSI
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Hi

Thanks NKON for having brought this Cree XHP50 5000K 3-steps tint deviation 1x18650 very good ZL to me.

1) The output is almighty: at H2 level it is in eccess of the H1 level of my H600 18650 XM-L2 Neutral White, with 1035Lm against 1020Lm.

Daniele already wrote a very good review about the Zebralight SC600Fd Mark IV Plus XHP50 Floody Neutral White 18650 Flashlight which is the same as the Zebralight H600Fd Mark IV XHP50.2

So if you have a hundred bucks in your pocket, dont waist your time !

Bien à vous
YVES SOUSSI (Posted on 30-11-18)
Vf of XHP50 is 12 volts but XHP50.2 (of the H600Fd) is 6 volts Review by YVES SOUSSI
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Hi

1) Vf of XHP50 is 12 volts but XHP50.2 (of the H600Fd) is 6 volts

Forward voltage of the XML2 is 3 volts only.

The higher reliablility is for 6 volts of the XHP50.2 (H600Fd) because of the buck converter of the flashlight.

Like an elevator with a longer lifetime if it works in a 6 floors building rather than a 12 floors

Definitely the best choice is the Zebralight H600Fd Mark IV XHP50.2

Bien à vous
YVES SOUSSI

(Posted on 22-11-18)
a Rolls Royce.. Review by YVES SOUSSI
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Hi

1) a Rolls Royce..

What is the most important thing for me = voltage indication

I hate having to replace a mostly charged battery with a newly charged one, right before I go camping, just because I'm not 100% sure how much charge is left.


I am perfectly content with something like the Zebralight H600Fd : it just blinks the corresponding number of capacity left in the battery(s).

I accepted to pay 90 euros and i am happy

bien à vous
YVES SOUSSI
(Posted on 09-06-18)
XHP50.2: new construction: the dies much closer together than the XHP50, Review by YVES SOUSSI
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1) XHP50.2: LED with new construction: the dies much closer together than the XHP50, and no dark cross..

2) When a low 0.5mA current is applied to the led it immediately shows the new construction: the dies much closer together than the XHP50, and no dark cross. so the build is similar to the XHP35, which does not suffer from donut holes. Also the rough phosfor layer can be seen, so probably no dedoming for this led!

3) If you love the Skilhunt H03 RC Cool White (almost "out of stock" today), you will also love the XHP50.2 of the H600Fd Mark IV ! For many reasons

It is brighter = X3 lumen of the Skilhunt H03 RC
It is safe = no dangerous magnetic charging,
It is economical = you can use unprotected Li-Ion
It has electronics management =

PID thermal regulated outputs (three highest output levels)
Builtin battery protections with continuously monitored temperature, current, and voltage, plus a (2.7V) low voltage cutoff
Battery capacity indicator (LED flashes 1-4 times, 4 short clicks to start)
Automatic stepping down from High to Medium, and from Medium to Low when battery capacity is low


bien à vous
YVES SOUSSI (Posted on 31-05-18)
Accuracy of Battery capacity indicator Review by YVES SOUSSI
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1) Battery capacity indicator (LED flashes 1-4 times, 4 short clicks to start)

3 flash is 3.8V = 0.4V

2 flash is around 3.55 V = 0.25V

1 flash is 3.35 V - 25 % of capacity, though it is not good to fully discharge à battery.= 0.20V

EMPTY !!

There is no zero flash response so 1 flash should be the voltage at which high1 drops right to high2 for lack of power.

2) You should use your LI-Ion between 4.2V and 3.3V (Between 4 flashs and 2 flashs) -

3) I cound not live one hour without this flashlight ! I am crazy about it and I am sure it will be "out of stock" soon, and many shortage for 2018 to purchase it through the year. If you read me, hurry up !

Best regards
Yves Soussi (Posted on 20-04-18)
GLS to Paris : J+2 - Phenomenal flashlight Review by Yves SOUSSI
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1) GLS to Paris : J+2 (order wednesday , parcel received Friday @ 10.00 A.M. !!)

GLS Tracking for France

First translate the dutch tracking number from Nkon into the French TN (it is on the web site = https://gls-group.eu/FR/fr/suivi-colis

2) The XLamp XHP50.2 LeD is the next generation of extreme High Power LeDs !!
improves the lumen density, voltage characteristics, reliability and optical performance -

This is amazing LED.for everything : survival, adventure , reading on a PC screen, watching movies. etc

3) Multiple UI Groups

I've programmed my light with the lows in single-click, mediums in hold, and highs in double-click.

4) Product I love !

I write this reviews and I am not an member of Nkon's Staff. I just want to share my pleasure of using the best product on the market -I recommand a product that I love to unknown people around the world , it is a great experience - You will not disapointed if you purchase this flashlight, (if it is not "out of stock") an it will introduce beauty in your everyday life as it does for me from today.

Best regards and thank you to Mithat for listening to me
YVES SOUSSI
(Posted on 13-04-18)

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