*BLF LT1 Lantern Project* (codes going out for more LT1s, second batch shipping!)

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Ilmatic wrote:
Hello,

I thought I asked to be added to list a couple of months ago, but maybe didn’t, anyways, PLEASE PUT ME DOWN FOR 1!

Thanks!


you are number 923 on the interest list. The version in the OP has not been updated since your request, but you are on the master list for 1 presently.

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I’m in for one. Thought I’d already signed up!

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ramping is essential, no preset modes without ramping please. Two – or more – memorized modes is very nice to have…

It has both smooth ramping and stair-step ramping with discrete levels. In both cases, you can set the brightness of the lowest and highest levels, and for stepped mode you can also set the number of steps. This is in addition to remembering which brightness was last used. So… basically, it remembers one level automatically, and you can also tell it two or more other levels to use.

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no need for Powerabnk function…. YOU DON’T NEED A PHONE WHEN CAMPING UNLESS THE CRAP HIT THE FAN.. Powerbanks function is a milleniun/snowflake thing, they can learn to do without and ACTUALLY Look up and enjoy the outdoors!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I’d throw my name in for one. Probably regret it later and want more than one, but let’s start with one.

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I would like to bu put on the list for 1 Smile

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lohtse wrote:
no need for Powerabnk function…. YOU DON’T NEED A PHONE WHEN CAMPING UNLESS THE CRAP HIT THE FAN.. Powerbanks function is a milleniun/snowflake thing, they can learn to do without and ACTUALLY Look up and enjoy the outdoors!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’m not a millenium or a snowflake, and I use my camera/map(yes I have paper maps as well)/note taker/reader/etc when I camp, backpack or bike ride. I actually look up and enjoy the outdoors also.

My response has nothing to do with this lantern, just providing an alternative point of view to those who may have not considered it. Facepalm

Just one example of how one can use one of those nasty phones while on a 20 day backpacking trip taken a little under a year ago after a early season snowfall in the Sierras. Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature:

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Bob_McBob wrote:
I’m in for one. Thought I’d already signed up!

If you had I missed it, but you are on the interest list now at number 977
blammergeier wrote:
I’d throw my name in for one. Probably regret it later and want more than one, but let’s start with one.

blammergeier added to the interest list at number 978. And welcome to BLF! Beer
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I would like to bu put on the list for 1 Smile

CrashOne added to the interest list at number 979.

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sbslider wrote:
lohtse wrote:
no need for Powerabnk function…. YOU DON’T NEED A PHONE WHEN CAMPING UNLESS THE CRAP HIT THE FAN.. Powerbanks function is a milleniun/snowflake thing, they can learn to do without and ACTUALLY Look up and enjoy the outdoors!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’m not a millenium or a snowflake, and I use my camera/map(yes I have paper maps as well)/note taker/reader/etc when I camp, backpack bike ride. I actually look up and enjoy the outdoors also.

My response has nothing to do with this lantern, just providing an alternative point of view to those who may have not considered it. Facepalm

Just one example of how one can use one of those nasty phones while on a 20 day backpacking trip taken a little under a year ago after a early season snowfall in the Sierras. Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature:
!https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-VjsXGuUe7SI/WdRWyqQ5uKI/AAAAAAAABfE/P4xxn4WFG...!

Point taken and I do agree was mostly refering to those types when I run Expodition’s am for ever having to get them to stop and JUST LOOK… Most of the Young ones can’t function without there face glued to a phone etc… And almost die when battery is dead.. And without even taking a photo!!! I use a power bank when away for just making sure I have power when needed and like you I take photo’s with my S6 Active…

Stunning pic by the way!!!!

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Am I down for three???? if not thren three please

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lohtse wrote:

Point taken and I do agree was mostly refering to those types when I run Expodition’s am for ever having to get them to stop and JUST LOOK


Based on your sig I expected you had such experiences seeing folks like that in the outdoors.
lohtse wrote:
Stunning pic by the way!!!!

Glad you enjoyed it, wishing I was headed back there (Sierras) shortly, hopefully next year.

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sbslider wrote:

Just one example of how one can use one of those nasty phones while on a 20 day backpacking trip taken a little under a year ago after a early season snowfall in the Sierras. Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature:

Ehhm, in instagram you added some shrubs and mountains to your backyard pond?
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djozz wrote:
sbslider wrote:

Just one example of how one can use one of those nasty phones while on a 20 day backpacking trip taken a little under a year ago after a early season snowfall in the Sierras. Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature:

Ehhm, in instagram you added some shrubs and mountains to your backyard pond?

Close, it’s the drainage ditch in our neighborhood Wink

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Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature:

OH pick me – pick me!

WATER!

Beam me up!

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and what is happening here?

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sbslider wrote:
Bonus points if you can identify the prominent feature

Looks like a mountain to me!

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A angry mountain, just right of the tree.

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Clearly your backyard is overgrown with big weeds and has huge drainage issues. You also need a tall fence to block the view of the neighborhood’s rock piles.

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Backside of the Half Dome?

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joechina wrote:
Backside of the Half Dome?

Best answer yet. I chose my words poorly when I said “prominent feature”, I was really getting at a feature on the mountain ridge behind all the water. It’s Fin Dome, which overlooks the Rae Lakes area in the Sierras. One of my favorite areas, good times.

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i am interested for one.

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Anyone who wants to be put on the interest list please type

“@listbot add [total number]”

Use the same template above if you want to update your quantity.

We can finally give sbslider a break. Thanks for your hard work!

edit: clarification on [number]

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I assume that people already on he list don’t have to do this anymore? Also IF/WHEN I want one more do I type 1 for one more or do I type the total amount of lights I want?

Idiot proofing something only creates improved idiots.

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dekozn wrote:
I assume that people already on he list don’t have to do this anymore? Also IF/WHEN I want one more do I type 1 for one more or do I type the total amount of lights I want?

You are correct. Previous users do not have to do this to be added.

Type the total number.

Link to interest list.

I am working on updating request after page 85. Almost updated to rizky_p.

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I’m interested for 1 lantern.

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Does anyone know who craig-IL is? He is on the list for 31 lanterns, but I cannot find his profile.

Did he delete his account or got banned?

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Got banned. He did some… questionable things.

Edit: Ooops confused someone else sorry.

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@listbot add 1

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I’m on vacation this week, I am figuring huey18’s bot will catch the folks signing up, or I will catch up when I return.

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