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Tamulmol

Hi! I've been searching for led flash light, I keep seeing this 10,000 watts led flashlight powered by 1 18650 batt. What do they mean 10,000 watts, do they really mean 10,000? is that possible?

Paul__B

#1
Jan 13, 2015, 11:58 am Last Edit: Jan 13, 2015, 12:15 pm by Paul__B
Err, no!





Mind you, it depends on what you mean by a "flashlight".

A 10 joule photoflash, if it discharges in 1 millisecond, will in fact produce 10 kW during that 1 millisecond, and of course can readily be powered (charged) by batteries.

weedpharma

http://www.bilhinonline.com/products/flashlight-10000watts

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This says they exist so it must be true.

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Note the extra handle so you don't burn yourself on the case.

Do you get spare batteries to reload every 10 seconds?

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Tamulmol

That's the flashlight im talking about lol

AWOL

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Jan 14, 2015, 11:50 am Last Edit: Jan 14, 2015, 11:51 am by AWOL
Two 18650 batteries!

10000mW?
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Legoman39

Whatttttt I whant too sseee thhatt (Trans: Thas crazy) :smiley-eek:

DiyDan

maybe more of 10000 Lumen, odds be just a sale rep typo that has no clue on Volts/Amps/Watts

Isaac96

Probably 10,000 picoamps.
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