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Here's a picture of the Fenix RC40

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wonder what the price tag will be?

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Pretty!

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I’d love to stuff my 26650 in that

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Why no flash used? That is a blurry picture.

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soytnly wrote:
I'd love to stuff my 26650 in that

Meh, 32650 is where it's at. Silly


But seriously, why the proprietary battery pack?

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DENGOH wrote:
Why no flash used? That is a blurry picture.

Yeah Rick!!! You slacker!!! LOL!!

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Nice light. I want one.

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ILIKEFLASHLIGHTS wrote:
Nice light. I want one.

Who would have guessed? Silly

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Hehe… just try to calculate how many LED in it. But find it is too blurry. Glasses

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Dale wrote:
DENGOH wrote:
Why no flash used? That is a blurry picture.

Yeah Rick!!! You slacker!!! LOL!!

Sorry it’s the best I could come up with… This will be my next light!!!

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DENGOH wrote:
Hehe... just try to calculate how many LED in it. But find it is too blurry. :glasses:

4 XM-L U2s, and Rick did you actually get to go? I'm jealous...

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scaru wrote:

DENGOH wrote:
Hehe… just try to calculate how many LED in it. But find it is too blurry. Glasses

4 XM-L U2s, and Rick did you actually get to go? I’m jealous…

No, I found the picture… I wish!! They say there are suppose to be 4 led’s

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What flashlight?

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scaru wrote:

DENGOH wrote:
Hehe… just try to calculate how many LED in it. But find it is too blurry. Glasses

4 XM-L U2s, and Rick did you actually get to go? I’m jealous…


Oh no! Why not 5? Four will be similar with Terminator, 5 will at least fill the up the gap between Terminator and X6. More efficient and less heat.
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scaru wrote:

soytnly wrote:
I'd love to stuff my 26650 in that

Meh, 32650 is where it's at. Silly


But seriously, why the proprietary battery pack?

Yeah, what happens when the battery finally craps out? I wonder if you can rebuild the pack?

I'd pass on this one..

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That runs on 6 – 18650 battery pack sort of like the Olight SR90.

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atbglenn wrote:

scaru wrote:

soytnly wrote:
I’d love to stuff my 26650 in that

Meh, 32650 is where it’s at. Silly


But seriously, why the proprietary battery pack?

Yeah, what happens when the battery finally craps out? I wonder if you can rebuild the pack?

I’d pass on this one..


It will be high current and temperature flashlight. I think Fenix is worried about safety. To me, that is what responsible brands do.
But why not use NIMH batteries instead? That is safe enough that my wife can also use it.
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CEHepp wrote:
What flashlight?

I had to look at the picture a couple of times before I saw a light too. Lol.
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rikr wrote:
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Ok, so where's the RC40 in that photo. I don't see it.

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For those of us who have trouble seeing the light I created an alternate image. Silly

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The TK70 head is 105mm. I’d bet money that Fenix made this head another 1” in diameter or 25.4mm bigger to accomodate the extra LED. So I’m gonna say 130mm size head.

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I think RC40 can really hit 3400 lumens with such big head, as it is good for heat sinking.
BlackShadow Terminator head has not enough mass to do that.

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huh?.... F the flashlight

Who's the chic?

 

First thing that came to my mind.... OL, that's how i read your post as well..with sigh of relief

 


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please tell me you hit on her

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double post.    re: shift thread focus inline

 

I bet she's got a few RC40 at home

 


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Another pic with specs:



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Dangit. I think its rather homely (and of course, too big).

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Rusty Joe wrote:
Dangit. I think its rather homely (and of course, too big).

I think it's rather handsome for a homely flashlight Smile Does that even make sense??  lol

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Some off you have been conned. Take another look. Its a lady boy with a very slight bit off Photoshop done.

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indenial wrote:
Another pic with specs:



!{width:75%}http://dl.dropbox.com/u/59778985/RC40.1.jpg!

Are those silver things the buttons or charging nodes Wink

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