Special discount for the XM-L2, 1A/3D/4C, until stock lasts.

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Special discount for the XM-L2, 1A/3D/4C, until stock lasts.

Special discount for the XM-L2 LED, including XM-L2 U3 3D, U4 1A, T6 4C,
get them while stock lasts.
And the Noctigon XM16, XM20 MCPCB.

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2B is one of the best possible cool white tints possible? Could you clarify better what you mean by this?

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RaceR86 wrote:
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Edit:
2B is one of the best possible cool white tints possible? Could you clarify better what you mean by this?


I wasn’t sure about that either, so I ordered a couple. I love comparing tints.
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I wasn’t sure about that either, so I ordered a couple. I love comparing tints.

Big Smile .. thumbs up!

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Hank - great news, we really would like to see those copper stars come back in stock too! Also, appreciate these neutral tints, but I would like XM-L2 U2 1A's also, or U2 1B/1C's, as I mentioned in my email. Even a U2 0D would be a great tint to de-dome!

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Nice unboxing video! Smile

Thanks for stocking up LED’s with clearly labeled tints.

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Thanks for showing us the real reels! That’s pretty cool. 1,000 LED’s per reel.

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2B is one of the best possible cool white tints possible? Could you clarify better what you mean by this?

As you can see the color temperature is lower for a cool white, 5700-6100K. Basically if you do not compare it to other neutral white tints it will look like a pure white tint. I know this is subjective but it’s a very good tint in my opinion compared to E1 group.

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Tom E wrote:

Hank – great news, we really would like to see those copper stars come back in stock too! Also, appreciate these neutral tints, but I would like XM-L2 U2 1A’s also, or U2 1B/1C’s, as I mentioned in my email. Even a U2 0D would be a great tint to de-dome!

Noctigon copper MCPCB with 16mm & 20mm XM & XP MCPCBs, 20mm MT-G will be available at the beginning of next month.

Ordered a long time but no news yet on receiving the U2s, especially since the tints we are looking for are not really available.

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Wow, Noctigon mt-g stars!!! Party

Thanks Hank

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MT-G2 on copper, I foresee 40W monster lights!! 

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Hank Wang wrote:
As you can see the color temperature is lower for a cool white, 5700-6100K. Basically if you do not compare it to other neutral white tints it will look like a pure white tint. I know this is subjective but it’s a very good tint in my opinion compared to E1 group.

I wont disagree to that! Smile
Personally, I would just take a NW instead since its same BIN. But its all subjective.

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Ordered a long time but no news yet on receiving the U2s, especially since the tints we are looking for are not really available.

I hope you are talking about fairly similar tint. Earlier I requested XM-L2 U2 that was down towards 5700K (along with some warmer XM-L2s). Should be the golden middle way between highest output and NW (since its closer to NW compared to the typical U2s.). Love

Will you be offering MT-G2 emitters in the near future too?

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Noctigon MT-G stars? Definitely getting some of those.

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Noctigon MT-G stars? Definitely getting some of those.

I'm i for one too! Got my MT-G2 wait'n for a copper home...

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Hey guys, this is something slightly offtopic but I’m curious about it. I’m probably remembering it wrong but were the Panasonic 3400mAh intl outdoor cells not around 20 bucks last week (per pair) as opposed to 30 now?

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Im pretty sure they have always been right below 30. This week last week, the week before, and several months back..
So they are more expensive than the green version. But on HKJs test, they seem to perform marginally better (although basically the same) They are also slightly shorter (which is some lights are essential) but they are also slightly thicker than the green ones which could be an issue in some lights..

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This is offtopic but I just sold my old ones (same model from intl outd. but the 3100mAh version) and am interested in getting this new 3400mah for the Skyray king *and *TM26. Any experience anyone?
The 3100 black version fitted very nice in my old sold TM11 and I doubt they would make trouble in the King but those are my concerns….

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Anzycpethian wrote:
Hey guys, this is something slightly offtopic but I'm curious about it. I'm probably remembering it wrong but were the Panasonic 3400mAh intl outdoor cells not around 20 bucks last week (per pair) as opposed to 30 now?

I think you refer to those warehoused in Germany? http://intl-outdoor.com/2-pcs-panasonic-ncr18650b-3400mah-protected-de-p...

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Thanks for coming through for us again Hank. I’ll be ordering more soon.

Can you get XP-E2 R3? Many of us have been waiting for them.

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I see now that there is 2 prices on the site, 1 from Germany. Maybe that’s what I originally saw.

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Hi Hank,

interested both in XP-G2 and XM-L2, but are you going to offer them also reflowed on the copper stars?

What about to reflow them on order?

I would be interested both for the 16mm and 20mm stars.

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: Will you be offering MT-G2 emitters in the near future too?

Yes

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Rockspider wrote:

Hi Hank,

interested both in XP-G2 and XM-L2, but are you going to offer them also reflowed on the copper stars?

What about to reflow them on order?

I would be interested both for the 16mm and 20mm stars.

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Hi Rockpider,
Yes, we will try.

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A yes and a possible yes? This hobby is getting better all the time Smile

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A yes and a possible yes? This hobby is getting better all the time Smile

A definite “Yes”, thank you!

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Thanks Hank! We need MT-G2 on copper! GIVE US COPPER mounted emitters!! :bigsmile:

What about XP-E2 R3? This is the new LED for ultimate throw.

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Lots of great news in this thread..

Ill be looking forward to try MT-G2 (on copper).

While you’re at such a good streak with new and future products lately (Qlite driver, copper MCPCBs, some newer emitters and MT-G2). Do you have any plans for Nichia 219?
And maybe some more TIR optics and suitable MCPBs (triple 20mm XP-G parallel, Quad XP-G parallel).

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We just last week received some of your XML-U2 2B Cree Leds. One will go in a light toward the middle of the week. I'll try to get some beam shots to post before the customer picks up the light.

In bench testing I am VERY impressed with the Led!! Smile Great Tint! We will be ordering more...

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I can definitely say there will be a lot of good products, like those been mentioned above, but there’s a limit to what I can say publicly…. not to mention that having your own stocks is a true challenge.

We have now all the LEDs in the OP on various MCPCBs, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm and 20mm, please check out new products page: http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new

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Thanks Hank for providing the neutral tint emitters.

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These are good prices. Thanks for the links.

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