Update 2020-10-20 10:30 SD05 and LT1 OUT OF STOCK
Apologies for posting so often; I'm posting the codes as I get them. Due to the fragmentation of previous posts (ie. not one post per item in some cases), it's not 100% reliable to update the old post with a new code. If I'm in the wrong here, please let me know; I'd like to be doing the right thing.
I've got codes today for four of Sofirn's torches/flashlights, including some that people have been asking for - all these lights come with batteries, and either inbuilt charging and USB cable or, in the case of the SD05, comes with a charger; everything you need to get up and running with it.
SP36 NarsilM kit:
$81.99 $69.69 - XIQAW6NG
A four-emitter workhorse with slightly cool white Cree XP-L2 emitters. It runs NarsilM, a firmware that's designed for ramping up and down. I personally prefer the Anduril version as I find the UI more intuitive, and I prefer the lower colour temperature and high CRI, but this has a higher output and higher efficiency of emitters (more lumens per watt).
46.99 $39.94 - VGQWP4LE
A nice right-angle headlamp with inbuilt charging. Also comes with a "shorty" tube for use with an 18350 battery (which is how I run mine, with dc-fix over the lens), but that's sold separately.
LT1 kit: $93.99 - XNH88VV3 OUT OF STOCK
This is the lantern. Running a tweaked version of Anduril, this is the lantern that was designed in collaboration with people over at budgetlightforum (project started in 2016!) to create the ideal lantern for camping/outdoors. Light temperature is adjustable from 2700K to 5000K, output up and down, with a few other bits of Anduril still left in. Total battery capacity on this one is 12,000mAh (4x 3000mAh 18650). It also fits pretty well in the JBL Flip hard case for travel…
SD05 kit: $37.49 - NQ6BAS7F OUT OF STOCK
I previously posted a deal on this, but I can't mark it as expired nor edit the price on it now. It had a $5 price drop from before, and then 25% off with the code. It's a diving light with a simple magnetic rotating switch, but as I'm not a diver, I can't really vouch for it personally. There's videos linked on the previous deal link.
If you've read this far, thank you - I (and Sofirn) do have one more request, but not at all mandatory; if you do end up buying one of these lights, please consider leaving an honest review on the item itself. Reviews help the brand grow, and with growth comes better ability to develop new lights at good prices.
Additional info: Anduril and NarsilM are firmwares for torches; they've been developed over the years by some pretty good coders. Basically instead of "on/off" and some simple mode changes, there's a whole bunch more to them, you can ramp up or down, or set it in stepped mode for defined spacing, there's optional modes like different strobes, battery voltage checks, etc etc.
It can be simple (click to on, hold to ramp up, release and hold again to ramp down), or very complex.