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What light(s) do you have incoming?

Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by bigfoot, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. Berit

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    You were at a “party” with mask and “social distancing” your corkscrew was the least of your worries. Haha
     
  2. Willy

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    Just got my hot rodded AAA Tool VN in titanium.
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    Nice. I didn't know the titanium ones came with the rubber boot, I thought it all came with the ti flush button. While the ti button is nice, I think the rubber ones work better.

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  4. Willy

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    I didn't know either but Vinh somehow got a bunch of these for his mods. He said that he does't like the electronic switches as they tend not to be as reliable with hes mods and have a small current draw.
     
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    Emisar D4V2 ti with KR4 driver
     
  6. 0880

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    Aww man, now I've got to contact Vinh again. I already have one of his Tool AAA too. I'm such a sucker for ti it isn't even funny!

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  7. Willy

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    Good luck. I'm thinking of getting another one in a different color temperature. This one is a Nichia 219b 4500k high cri. Had one of his mods with a 3000k but just a bit too warm. May try 4000k.
    Really liking the clicky.
     
  8. 0880

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    I've got 2 different lights from him with 4000k LEDs, one has a Samsung and the other has SST20. Both have great tint and I'm not sure which I like better. The 4000k color temp seems to be my personal sweet spot.

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    Wurkkos FC11 and RovyVon A8U

    Skickat från min SM-G988B via Tapatalk
     
  10. parnass

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    This is a day late. A Streamlight ProTac 90 arrived yesterday. It is shown next to 2 Energizer right angle lights. All of them can be powered by a single AA battery, but the ProTac 90 can be powered with either an AA, AAA, or CR123 battery.

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  11. BigGreenTick

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    I was thrilled when that Energizer Romeo was first released. I was a huge fan of the old Pentagonlight MOLLE lights and it was great seeing someone make a spiritual successor.
     
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    I remember the Pentagonlight. These small right angle lights make themselves useful by letting you put the flashlight down and aim them just about in any direction, freeing your hands for other tasks. I wish the Streamlight ProTac 90 had magnets built in like the Energizer lights do.
     
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    You could always epoxy a small neodymium magnet to the base.
     
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