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"Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)

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One guy from Germany has built this amazing flashlight. He named it Fat Star. It has 18,000 Lumens.

1 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


2 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


3 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


4 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


5 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)




6 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


7 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


8 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


9 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


10 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


11 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


12 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


13 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


14 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


15 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


16 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


17 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


18 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


19 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


20 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


21 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


22 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)


23 "Fat Star" Octa 8x SST-90 Colossus Led Flashlight (23 pics)

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№1 Author: candysack (27 Nov 2013 02:29) Total user comments: 1436


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pretty neat...i just wonder how long the batteries last when switched on
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№2 Author: Episteme (27 Nov 2013 02:54) Total user comments: 27


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candysack,
was thinking the same thing. Surely it drains it very fast.
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№3 Author: adzhoe (27 Nov 2013 05:06) Total user comments: 14959


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Wow...thaty's one hell of an intense light!
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№4 Author: 1234 (27 Nov 2013 05:34) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: if you saw that light you would think you either was at the pearly gates or aliens are after your rectum :07:
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№5 Author: Louie (27 Nov 2013 10:44) Total user comments: 8189


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omg
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№6 Author: babis (27 Nov 2013 14:39) Total user comments: 0


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Led lights, batteries last a lot
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№7 Author: Robnick (27 Nov 2013 15:48) Total user comments: 83


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i thought it was gonna be a masturbation device!! :13:
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№8 Author: Snade (27 Nov 2013 18:05) Total user comments: 52


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For sure the batteries last longer than you think. Leds have very little consumption.
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№9 Author: xxak (27 Nov 2013 20:35) Total user comments: 64


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datasheet of LED says input power from 10 to 30 watts. I don't see any regulator or anything. As the LEDs are in serial connection there is not much current... The power source is a Li-Mn pack, so 2 or 3 amps is not a problem...
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№10 Author: CarlCarlCarl (27 Nov 2013 22:08) Total user comments: 0


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Messeturm Frankfurt FTW!
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№11 Author: No (28 Nov 2013 05:07) Total user comments: 0


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12 V * 3A = 36 W
36/10 = 3,6 hours with 10 W led
36/30
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№12 Author: overdog (4 Jul 2014 21:50) Total user comments: 0


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runs over 400W (4,2V x8 x13,8Amps)- runtime less than 10 minutes... :-)
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