Made of titanium TC4 Alloy and copper, last for many years.
Unique Stonewash Polished / Mirror Polished /Burnt Titanium & Stonewash Polished / Micro Arc Oxidation (MAO) Finished, & precise CNC machining.
Integrated one spinner and 6 pieces tritium socket (3x socket on the spinner, 3x socket on the tail).
Utilize open-source BLF A6 UI, Max. 2200 lumens output, adopt 4x CREE XPG3 LED.
Ideal as collectible gift for your valued friends.
Emiter type: 4x CREE XPG3 LED
Circuit Driver: A17DD-L FET + 1 Driver
Light Tint: 6500K
Material: Titanium Alloy & Copper
Group 1: Moonlight – Low – Med1 – Med 2 – High1 – High2 – Turbo (Short press <0.5s)
Group 2: Low, Med, High, Turbo (Short press <0.5s) + Moonlight – Turbo – TACTICAL Strobe – Battcheck – Bike Flasher (Medium press 0.5s – 1.5s)
Battery configuration: 1x 18350 / 16340 battery
Switch type: clicky
Switch location: tail of the flashlight
Impact resistant: 1 meter
Maximum 2200 lumens output
Working voltage: 2.8 – 4.5v
Waterproof standard: IPX-8, 2 meters
Weight: 155g (without battery)
Size: 94mm length x 27mm body diameter
Brightness Levels & Runtime:
How to play the spinner flashlight Mankerlight Timeback II? Please view the GIF image below
What’s Mankerlight Timeback II’s UI?
Special edition with a direct-driver FET, so it has the brightest turbo mode you can get.
– special-edition with a regulated lower-power second channel for stabe and efficient low modes.
– True moonlight mode.
– Up to 2200 lumens from four CREE XPG3 emitter in a small tube light (with the right battery, and a spring bypass mode).Closer to 1600 lumens with no modes and lower-AMP batteries.
– User-toggle-able mode memory.
– User-toggle-able mode groups.
– Well-spaced visually-linear output modes.
– Includs some hidden modes for those who want them.
– Battery check mode!
– Clicky-switch stock light with botth forward and backward mode navigation in a single tap (short / medium press).
– With mode memory off, the user can access 4 different modes (includeding the highest and lowest) within 1 second.
– Fast PWM so the pulsing won’t be visible.
– The firmware and the driver designs are available for anyone who wants to modify them.
Manker Timeback II Reviews:
YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/V9vqZoaBMwA