Darren and I discussed Wuben flashlights on sale during Black Friday. Thank you Wuben for supporting this live stream!
The Wuben E7 is a new tool by Wuben. The torch can be converted into a headlamp with an optional headband. The runtime can be extended with an optional 18650 extension tube. And the torch can be controlled by waving a hand in front of the optional sensor.
The Wuben X2 with a white micro-arc oxidation finish is a lighter version of the EDC torch and it feels smooth.
The Wuben X0 is the smallest of the Lightok range so far. It takes a flat top 18350 cell and has a Samsung LH351D emitter.
Today I am taking a look inside the Wuben factory in China to see how flashlights are made. Thank you Edison, Mr Tan and Wuben for being extremely welcoming and for the opportunity.
The Wuben X3 prototype that I received has a white Samung LH351D emitter and a red 670nm emitter. There are some nice features: a display, wireless charging, two blue aux lights at the back, a glow-in-the-dark case and magnets. A charging case was also included.
The Wuben X1 is the bigger brother of the Wuben X2 and it is capable of producing 10,000+ lumens. It even has a fan with a heatsink to keep it cool!
I noticed a new EDC range of torches by Wuben appear on Kickstarter. This range is particularly unique because they have moved away from the traditional cyclindrical shape and opted to build EDC torches in the shape of a rectangle.