Anybody hear any details on this light. I have seen the pics and videos. I wonder about the run time and release date.
Now i see what your talking about!! I didn't realise Lupine came out with a second flashlight incorporating the Wilma's lamp head,,(very cool).I was wondering about their other TL-1200 flashlight's emitter which futher research has me believing thay are in fact using the SST-90.Cheers!!!suvowner said:it seems they are using the same leds in the current wilma.......looks like they have just taken a wilma lighthead and modified it to receive a direct battery.....
If anyone has a link that shows the proposed Wilma torch I really would like to see what that looks like. I do however like what I'm seeing with the Tesla TL1200. I wish they told you just what LED they are actually using. Since it has been said to use the SST-90 I guess I have to go with that for the time being. Real shame though that they can't put that info on the web site.suvowner said:it seems they are using the same leds in the current wilma.......looks like they have just taken a wilma lighthead and modified it to receive a direct battery.....
Absolutely! The XM-L will fit beautifully in the Wilma TL head. Single XM-L lights are producing 800L with great efficiency. 3 x XM-L would fit nicely and could potentially deliver 1500+ lumens without being driven hard.indebt said:Hi Radirpok, do you know if the XM-Lamp leds will fit as the potential upgrade for the Betty/Wilma? And if so,will the existing driver be enough to see the outputs those emitters are capable of?