Litra Torch vs Lume Cube?

1 year 6 months ago #604916 by Juan Anthony
Dang, last year I bought a Lume Cube and thought that was a pretty good light.  Unfortunately, I lost that light and need to buy a new one.  But now I see there is another option called Litra Torch.  It seems like a better priced option, and you get more goodies with it.  

Have any of you tested the Litra Torch?   I don't suppose you have compared it to the Lume Cube?  

Please share anything that you can.  Thanks!


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1 year 6 months ago #605092 by Tim Dordeck
I have 2 Lume Cubes and they are durable, bright and good value.  With that said, I've not heard of this other company, but just looked up their Torch and it looks very good.  I would try it out. 


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1 year 5 months ago #608605 by Andrew AG
I have a Lume Cube and when I use it, it's awesome.  Never heard of the other one.  Did you pick up one yet?  


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1 year 5 months ago #610183 by Ted Helm
Did you try the Litra Torch?

If so, please let us know how that went.   


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1 year 2 months ago #625297 by Ruby Grace
Litra just released 2.0 light at CES and it's priced less

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1 year 2 months ago #625711 by Ian Stone

Ruby Grace wrote: Litra just released 2.0 light at CES and it's priced less


Did you order one yet?  


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1 year 2 months ago #625858 by Chris Briggs
Both are pretty kick ass.  For me, it's going to be who has the better price.  But with these, you need to get the 4 pack.  When out in the field, you won't have time to charge one quick enough.  These don't have that long of battery life.  


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1 year 2 months ago #626830 by Camera Diva
Hi Juan,

My husband got me a couple of these Lume Cubes for Christmas, they are cute and they do work very well.  There is an app you can use to control them as well, stuff like brightness and duration.  

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1 year 2 months ago #628107 by Soccer Mom
PM me, let me know what you got and what you thought about it please.  I've been reviewing reviews on both and on the fence.  

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10 months 2 weeks ago #644082 by Cara Wilkins
I have the original Lume Cube which is so darn cute.  But Santa last year got me one of those Torches and it's such a better light.  Perhaps the newer Cubes are better than their original, got me.  But the Torch is so good.  Aputure makes one too, it's just not waterproof.  


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10 months 1 week ago #644382 by George F
Do either of these companies have an app that will control multiple lights at once? 


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9 months 3 weeks ago #647255 by Chester Foster
They both need to get an app to use and control.  I like the Litra Pro version, but they fail because Torch doesn't have app control.  :toetap:


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8 months 4 weeks ago #649847 by Sanford
Go with the Pro version, it's larger, better battery life, app supported and brighter.


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8 months 1 week ago #651989 by Raymond Z
Lume Cube is brighter than the Litra Torch isn't it?


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7 months 2 weeks ago #655164 by Red Tail
I have one, but can't find the darn thing!  It would be cool that they had an app that helps you find a lost or misplaced light.  It's been lost for 2 months now.  But I will say it's bright as hell.  


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