Acebeam X75 news

Finally, another High Power flashlight by Acebeam, with 80,000 lumens.

Acebeam X75

80,000 lumen flashlight

Intro: Since Acebeam introduced the Acebeam X70, about 4 years ago, it has been one of the brightest flashlights on the planet. Until Imalent dethroned it with the Imalent MS18 soon afterward. In the meantime, Imalent built a couple of other high-power flashlights, including the MS08, RS50, and the MS12 Mini, which beats the older Acebeam X70.

Acebeam added the X50 along the way, but it wasn’t as bright as it was claimed.

Acebeam finally responded in July 2022 with the X75. A supposedly 80,000-lumen flashlight with 12 high-power LEDs.

And powerful it looks!

Acebeam X75 Specifications:

80,000 divided by 12 equals 6,666 lumens per emitter..

Here are the Key Features:

  • Max output: 80,000 lumens
  • USB Type-C PD60W fast charging (Standard); 1.5 hours for full charging. Also can compatible PD100W fast charging(Max); 1 hour for full charging.
  • Built-in dual intelligent temperature regulation systems.
  • Detachable, maintainable and waterproof cooling fan(IP68).
  • Intelligent cooling fan and Intelligent thermal control module.
  • Can set the Windy mode or Non-wind mode
  • Up to 98% high efficient constant current circuit.
  • Momentary-on Turbo activation rapidly responds to emergency situations.
  • Pure copper heat dissipation piece for high efficient heat dissipation.
  • Color-changing silicone sleeve monitors the temperature of the flashlight and protects for anti-impact.
  • Patented mechanic safety lock – No accidental activation.
  • Dimensions:
    • Length: N/A
    • Head diameter: N/A
    • Battery tube: N/A
  • IP rating: IP68

I wonder what kind of cooling they use, but it seems like it is using fans.


  • There is no mention of the battery pack yet. But it seems to be 4*21700. But to reach the claimed output, those batteries need to be very high-drain batteries, like the Molicell P42, or the new Molicell P45B?

Early Verdict

I personally don’t believe it can reach 80,000 lumens from 12 LEDs, and 4 batteries. But I like to be wrong. The Imalent MS12 Mini has the same setup, but just reached above 60,0000 lumens, and that was a stretch. The output drops really quickly, because of the immense battery draw, and heat built up.

As usual, we hope to be one of the first reviewers to get our hands on one, so we can test it agains all the other bad boys, including the MS12 Mini, and its older brother, the X70.

Acebeam X75 price?

Regular price is $429

Use our special 11% discount code at 1lumen323

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