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Not to mention the 30% off coupons from cnq… Wink

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I found a single 18650 power bank with exchangeable battery, I know some guys here are looking for power banks with removable batts…
6 different colors 3.99$

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I negotiated and managed to get a short promotion for DQG lights: 15% off with coupon bgfmc

DQG 26650 for $36.54 (same price for NW)

DQG 18650 II NW for $37.58 (CW for $37.39)

DQG AAA Ti for $42.49 (SS for $36.03)

DQG AA for $26.94

Note that these prices may not last long. Or as Neal said: “It’s for the Black Friday,so it won’t last longSmile

Thanks for the coupon the !

I have been eyeing that DQG 26650 for a while and I figure for the price (with coupon) it was worth a shot. Can’t wait!

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Small sun ZY-F01 clone for around 6$
It is unbranded and cheaper than the small sun F01 or UltraFire W610 versions.

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2000 Lumen CREE XM-L T6 Mini LED Flashlight 1×18650

http://www.banggood.com/2000-Lumen-CREE-XM-L-T6-Mini-LED-Flashlight-1×18650-p-90080.html
6.99

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2000 Lumen CREE XM-L T6 Mini LED Flashlight 1×18650 http://www.banggood.com/2000-Lumen-CREE-XM-L-T6-Mini-LED-Flashlight-1×18650-p-90080.html 6.99

I have that flashlight, and switch is crap, broken after few days using, and is impossible to remove it for repair, only way is use a drill and remove it with destroy.
Driver is DD and next mode memory.
Not recommend.
For host much much better chice is convoy s2.

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Happen to see the deal but i never order. Your feedback will be useful for those who intend to get.

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The colour looks crappy too.
I have looked at this light several times and Always decided against, I also got the newsletter and thought: this? Again?
Also it was not much more before this Boxing Day deal….
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They listed the solarforce Z2 lights today 19.95$ with BLF coupon

Edit: I was wrong, this is no good deal,on solarforce sales they reduced the price to 17$!

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Also may be interesting:
NITECORE P12 – > US$47.83 (with blf code)
I believe it is in thesegment of Fenix PD35 but cheaper Wink
click the img.

and one very handy thing + pretty cheap -> US$8.15
but since it is not a flashlight no discount for it…
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Interesting new light, cheaper than anything I can find that looks the same as it. Not sure about the UI though, will be a shame if it is 3 mode, even if the strobe is hidden the lack of a medium ain’t ideal imo

$11.03 / £6.94 / €8.38 with BLF code

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Ultrafire CREE XM-L T6 2000LM 3Modes LED Flashlight 18650/26650

non aff

Appears to have already sold 1, I’m going to guess that 1 is someone on blf?

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furythings wrote:
Interesting new light, cheaper than anything I can find that looks the same as it. Not sure about the UI though, will be a shame if it is 3 mode, even if the strobe is hidden the lack of a medium ain’t ideal imo

$11.03 / £6.94 / €8.38 with BLF code

aff link
Ultrafire CREE XM-L T6 2000LM 3Modes LED Flashlight 18650/26650

non aff

Appears to have already sold 1, I’m going to guess that 1 is someone on blf?


I like the side switch and the 26650, but those vertical cuts in the handle.. Bleehhh. Not for me.
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Use coupon code deal30 to knock this down from $15.99 to – $10.99 / £6.92 / €8.35

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Ultrafire CREE XML T6 1000LM 5 Modes Zoomable LED Flashlight 1×26650

non aff

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furythings wrote:
Use coupon code deal30 to knock this down from $15.99 to – $10.99 / £6.92 / €8.35

aff link
Ultrafire CREE XML T6 1000LM 5 Modes Zoomable LED Flashlight 1×26650

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Nice! Looks just like my Keygos M12, which I like a lot Smile

Thanks!

-Jamie M.

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They added some drivers, ld29, ld30 and this:

Nanjg106

It is a driver based on the ax2002 chip. 1 A buck driver.

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My NCRB’s arrived very well packaged. Ordered on the 16th of last month.

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Is it typical to have to wait over 33 days and still not receive a package from Banggood?

Thier ain’t no bones in a hot dog. F. York

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Werner wrote:
I wouldn’t worry I get untracked packages from 2 to 8 weeks.

I guess that’s the reason I usually order from US based sellers. Haven’t ordered overseas since the Manafont days a few years back. Oh well……. Shocked They were just some cheap zoomies anyway.

Thier ain’t no bones in a hot dog. F. York

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Don’t know if this is the right place to post this question but I’m interested in the xin td x3 that’s on sale at banggood at the start of page 1 but there are 5 choices of design ,emitters I guess ,I vaguely remember a tutorial at one of the websites explaining which does what but what I want is one that’s warm and throwy. Could someone help a noob out,lol.

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Beachlogger wrote:
Don’t know if this is the right place to post this question but I’m interested in the xin td x3 that’s on sale at banggood at the start of page 1 but there are 5 choices of design ,emitters I guess ,I vaguely remember a tutorial at one of the websites explaining which does what but what I want is one that’s warm and throwy. Could someone help a noob out,lol.

Go here..bins then go here cool to warm
You will see the U2 gives the most output, but 1A is also the coolest. The higher the number (ie 7A) the warmer it is.
For various lights, output depends on amps,, more amps, more output. For you I would suggest the T6-4C.
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Beachlogger wrote:
Don’t know if this is the right place to post this question but I’m interested in the xin td x3 that’s on sale at banggood at the start of page 1 but there are 5 choices of design ,emitters I guess ,I vaguely remember a tutorial at one of the websites explaining which does what but what I want is one that’s warm and throwy. Could someone help a noob out,lol.
Go here..bins then go here cool to warm You will see the U2 gives the most output, but 1A is also the coolest. The higher the number (ie 7A) the warmer it is. For various lights, output depends on amps,, more amps, more output. For you I would suggest the T6-4C.

Thanks for your help

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FENIX TK76 CREE XML2 3 Head 2800Lumen High Light LED Flashlight

who is going to be the first to get this puppy :bigsmile:
Holidays are here, time for some irrational spending Big Smile

Click the pics if you like Silly and don’t forget the coupon code blf

 

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Panasonic 3100mah for $11.67 a pair with discount code blf. $11.25 a pair for 3 pairs.

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They added fluke 17B and fluke 15
These are low cost variants of fluke dmms for the Asian market.

They also added the LD33 driver for 7.3$, intoutdoor charges 9.5$

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Yesterday I ordered 4 Samsung ICR 18650 3000mAh for about 17.84 USD with BLF coupon.
The cells today are about same price, 4.59 each with BLF code.
I know these are 4.35v but charging them to 4.20v still gets arround 2500-2600mAh and should almost double the cells life, so I guess is a good deal, taking in consideration that because of Airlines rules its getting very difficult to buy li-ion cells at a low price.

http://www.banggood.com/18650-3000mAh-3_7V-Lithium-Rechargeable-Battery-...

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My 4x Protected Protected Panny NCR18650B’s got here… NOT! Waited an entire bloody month for batteries for my SRK, and they send the wrong freakin’ batteries.

I received 1 Protected Button top and 3 Unprotected FLAT TOP… Looks like someone is getting a refund, and that refund is going straight to RMM. Smile

Each battery is wrapped individually and bar-coded… it’s like they did it on purpose or didn’t even bother to scan them.

Referring to dealing with BG’s Customer service, What is the fastest, most efficient way to contact them to get these pieces of crap out of my house, and converted back to cash?

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unknown00101 wrote:
My 4x Protected Protected Panny NCR18650B’s got here… NOT! Waited an entire bloody month for batteries for my SRK, and they send the wrong freakin’ batteries.

I received 1 Protected Button top and 3 Unprotected FLAT TOP… Looks like someone is getting a refund, and that refund is going straight to RMM. Smile

Each battery is wrapped individually and bar-coded… it’s like they did it on purpose or didn’t even bother to scan them.

Referring to dealing with BG’s Customer service, What is the fastest, most efficient way to contact them to get these pieces of crap out of my house, and converted back to cash?

http://www.banggood.com/Contact-Us_hi29_111.html

if you cant get through to them file a paypal claim if you paid with paypal

Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
Best wish, May
Tmart service team

 

Soumil wrote:

PLEASE HELP ME GEARBEsT! IM LITERALLY CRYING!

 

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jmpaul320 wrote:
unknown00101 wrote:
My 4x Protected Protected Panny NCR18650B’s got here… NOT! Waited an entire bloody month for batteries for my SRK, and they send the wrong freakin’ batteries.

I received 1 Protected Button top and 3 Unprotected FLAT TOP… Looks like someone is getting a refund, and that refund is going straight to RMM. Smile

Each battery is wrapped individually and bar-coded… it’s like they did it on purpose or didn’t even bother to scan them.

Referring to dealing with BG’s Customer service, What is the fastest, most efficient way to contact them to get these pieces of crap out of my house, and converted back to cash?

http://www.banggood.com/Contact-Us_hi29_111.html

if you cant get through to them file a paypal claim if you paid with paypal

Thanks, perhaps in a few hours so I don’t rain furious anger down upon them.

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Nitecore EC1 for $44,29

I think that this price is nice, FT price is $54,52

I don’t know if additional coupon codes can be added.

http://www.banggood.com/NiteCore-EC1-CREE-XP-G-R5-280Lm-5-Mode-LED-Flashlight%281+CR123%29-p-68901.html

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nikanon wrote:
Nitecore EC1 for $44,29

I think that this price is nice, FT price is $54,52

I don’t know if additional coupon codes can be added.

http://www.banggood.com/NiteCore-EC1-CREE-XP-G-R5-280Lm-5-Mode-LED-Flashlight(1+CR123)-p-68901.html

If you use standard blf code, it will get it down to $40.75

 

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If you’re looking for a budget Soldering Iron Station, Parts Express has the Stahl SSVT Variable Temperature Soldering Station for $14.86

Great little iron.

http://www.parts-express.com/stahl-tools-ssvt-variable-temperature-solde...

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