Just pulled the trigger on the Thrunite Tn30 neutral..

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Just pulled the trigger on the Thrunite Tn30 neutral..

also got 3 panasonic 3100 18650’s and a sysmax charger for 250$..bought it from hke…pretty happy i’ve been saving for this light for months and I finally saved enough!! pretty happy right now..

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That is a nice light. Let us know if it lives up to your expectations after you get it.

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That is a nice light. Let us know if it lives up to your expectations after you get it.

for sure..i’ll do a comparison with the Dry as that seems to be a benchmark with triples..I love the Dry and find I use it more than anything so that was my reasoning to get the Tn30..love the wall of light and the neutral will be a perfect hiking/camping light

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Congrats! That’s a fine light, I’m jealous Smile

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Well congratulations. Feels good to finally get what you have been wanting doesn’t it?

Make sure to post some pictures and give us your thoughts when you get it.

That’s a nice light.

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ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
Well congratulations. Feels good to finally get what you have been wanting doesn’t it?

Make sure to post some pictures and give us your thoughts when you get it.

That’s a nice light.

thanks!

it sure does feel good..took a lot longer than I had hoped and I really suck at saving..so maybe that’s why it took so long..lol

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Congrats you lucky dog Smile
I’m still saving.

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pounder wrote:
ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
Well congratulations. Feels good to finally get what you have been wanting doesn’t it?

Make sure to post some pictures and give us your thoughts when you get it.

That’s a nice light.

thanks!

it sure does feel good..took a lot longer than I had hoped and I really suck at saving..so maybe that’s why it took so long..lol

All good things come to those that are not only patient, but can put a plan into action. And you did that.

That will probably become your new personal favorite light.

I can’t wait to you get it.

Heck I may be as excited as you.

I’m wanting the TN31 really bad as well. So I know how excited you are/

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ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
Well congratulations. Feels good to finally get what you have been wanting doesn’t it?

Make sure to post some pictures and give us your thoughts when you get it.

That’s a nice light.

thanks!

it sure does feel good..took a lot longer than I had hoped and I really suck at saving..so maybe that’s why it took so long..lol

All good things come to those that are not only patient, but can put a plan into action. And you did that.

That will probably become your new personal favorite light.

I can’t wait to you get it.

Heck I may be as excited as you.

I’m wanting the TN31 really bad as well. So I know how excited you are/

lol yeah the tn31 is pretty tempting also..might be the next one I save up for..I need a good thrower also..the t40cs is pretty tempting too and easier to gather up the cash to buy it..it’s had my eye for awhile..

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The T40CS is one awesome flashlight.

It’s one of my favorite throwers.

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ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
The T40CS is one awesome flashlight.

It’s one of my favorite throwers.

yeah! I think it’s my next one for sure..they upgraded it to a U2 bin xml and it’s 845 lumens i’ve been told..should put it close to 50 000cd I think? I love the SWM stuff..

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pounder wrote:
ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
The T40CS is one awesome flashlight.

It’s one of my favorite throwers.

yeah! I think it’s my next one for sure..they upgraded it to a U2 bin xml and it’s 845 lumens i’ve been told..should put it close to 50 000cd I think? I love the SWM stuff..

I heard that. Thaat sounds about right. It might even beat 50,000cd.