X70 Now Available for sale
This is insane!
Back in 2017, Acebeam let us took a glimpse of their upcoming ultrabright X70 sunlight, I mean search light.
The first lumen monster with 3 built-in cooling fans produced by Acebeam. 3 fans? How else can you keep this flashlight cooled? Well, that was their idea.
Also check out the new 52,000 lumen Imalent MS12.
Update October 2018: the built-in fans seem to be unrealistic? The fan is now built into the handle, running of a single 18650 cell to cool the light.
So far we know a few details. We will list them here:
- 12* XHP 70.2 LED for massive output....... and heat
- 1* XHP 35 Hi LED for extra throw
- 3 built-in cooling fans//// maybe not. just 1 cooling fan inside the handle.
- 5 year limited warranty....
- Maximum output of 40,000 lumens 60,000 lumens
- Maximum distance throw of 1000 meters
- Built-in rechargeable battery pack with 8 pieces of 18650 size batteries (Sony VTC6)
- Free muscle pain when holding in one hand
- No magnetic control ring, but an electronic side switch
After the Acebeam X60M touching the 10,000 lumens back in 2014, the fight for the most lumens hasn't stopped yet. Now 4 years later we are touching the 40,000 lumens 60,0000 lumens with a flashlight. Who knows when we will be touching the 100,000 lumens?
Utilizes 12 x CREE XHP70.2 LEDs plus a CREE XHP35 HI LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
Max 60000 lumens output
Powered by a built-in rechargeable battery pack combining 8x18650 batteries
Ultra Low: 625lms, 24 hours;
Low: 3250lms, 5 hours;
Med: 8000lms, 2 hours;
High: 15000lms~11000lms, 40 minutes + 15 minutes;
Turbo: 35000lms~15000lms, 2 minutes + 1 hour;
Strobe: 10000lms, 3.5 hours;
Acebeam now claims a max output of 60,000 lumens.. yes, you read that correctly, 60,000 lumens.
They announced availability on September 30, and they changed some specs etc. They got rid of their built-in cooling fans. Probably because of the lack of waterproofness.