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No worries Smile  Your driver turned out really nice, I should have taken pictures of it to use as my showpiece.

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It may be on my end, but I seem to be having issues viewing many pages on your site. Sad

“Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data.”

This pops up on 2/3 of links clicked.

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unknown00101 wrote:
It may be on my end, but I seem to be having issues viewing many pages on your site. Sad "Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data." This pops up on 2/3 of links clicked.

It's not just you.  Been having the same issue sporadically since this morning.  It is a server issue, running real slow.  Hopefully it will get fixed soon.

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unknown00101 wrote:
It may be on my end, but I seem to be having issues viewing many pages on your site. Sad "Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data." This pops up on 2/3 of links clicked.

Unfortunately it's not just at your end.  Seems like the server has been running intermittently slow all morning.  Expected to be back to normal soon.

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unknown, works fine on my end, as evidenced by the array of goodies coming on my last order. Wink

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Working fine on my end (though BLF is being really slow today).

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Thanks, fast and all in perfect shape. The V4 is now my high end light.

If only you could do XinTD Skyray host with killer 3-6 led driver, choice of tints and stuff like lighted water proof switches to roll your own Skyray. Well, at least offer the 34 day delivery with smashed box option for the nostalgic Smile

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I know it's a hassle, but I would really appreciate it if those of you who have purchased items from the store could leave brief reviews of those items.  Hopefully the information will help future buyers make a more informed decision and I think it will really help make the store feel more complete.  

Thanks!
Richard 

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I have a cheap beater C8 in the mail so will only mod that one. I agree with Foy, some lights are better left alone..so until my driver mod knowledge improves, I will leave the XinTD alone other than for work light.

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A few new items that will be added to the store soon (no definite ETA, but are already ordered:)

  • Efest 14500 V2 (button top) IMR
  • Efest 18500 V2 (button top) IMR
  • Efest 18350 V1 (flat top) IMR
  • Convoy M1 Host
  • EDC Host (Convoy S3 host without badge)

I also have a ton of restock stuff on the way.  Thanks for all of your support!  As always, questions, comments, suggestions, requests, are welcome.  

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  • Convoy M1 Host

Laughing  Getting harder to resist now!

-Garry

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Glad that BLF is back online! Smile 

Keep those reviews coming, they will greatly help those who don't have as much experience with this stuff as most of you do. 

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Got my 3040mA Qlite + chips and omten switch. Love how they came packaged, Richard. Smile

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I’ll be happy to post reviews, they will have to wait until after Xmas. You can count on it. Smile

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Any chance we could see XP-G2 R5-1A on noctigon?

Perhaps an option to have you transfer one of the R5-1A off the aluminum and onto a noctigon?

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Any chance we could see XP-G2 R5-1A on noctigon? Perhaps an option to have you transfer one of the R5-1A off the aluminum and onto a noctigon?

Yes, I could probably do a run of those.  Going to have to wait another week or so though.

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Those XP-G2 1A’s do really well de-domed and on copper. Nice white tint, tight spot. Just did one today, have another in gas even now.

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Those XP-G2 1A’s do really well de-domed and on copper. Nice white tint, tight spot. Just did one today, have another in gas even now.

That was my idea. Looking for 3 or more of them to place in some upcoming projects. They can wait a while though.

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Got my package of 14500 cells.  They were packed really neat in a cardboard box.  Never received batteries packaged so well.   Professional work Richard!

question... the phone number on the box reads... +852-35011600

first of all, is there an extra number that needs to be dropped?  0?

And is that phone # supposed to be a joke?   I mean reverse phone # lookup  Smile

 

> I don't think you sell a flashlights or hosts that use a forward clicky.   Are there Forward switches that will work with your C8 host?

 

Request for Feilong 6000mAh 32650s. I need some for my Maglites and I think people will want these too. 

 

I used to deal with Fasttech and others... Well this place is my default/go to shop for my flashlight supplies & mods.    Smile

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Lol the phone number on the battery box is for who know's where in China, where those boxes came from.  Goofy, but it keeps costs low.

The only light I currently sell with a forward clicky is the XinTD V4.  

Re: the Feilong 32650, are there multiple versions of this cell?

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I got some 32650 Feilongs a while back.  Those work great and I think they have great capacity.  -from where did I buy them - I believe I got them from Fasttech.

I did try to buy some from Fasttech again, but that order got returned. 

 

yeah, I don't mean the LiFePO4 chemistry.  I'm talking about the Li-ion at 6000mAh. 

 

jayrob used to speak highly of them... This is an old test from CPF.

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MRTdiver wrote:

I got some 32650 Feilongs a while back.  Those work great and I think they have great capacity.  -from where did I buy them – I believe I got them from Fasttech.

I did try to buy some from Fasttech again, but that order got returned. 

 

yeah, I don’t mean the LiFePO4 chemistry.  I’m talking about the Li-ion at 6000mAh. 

 

jayrob used to speak highly of them... This is an old test from CPF.

Ive had my eyes on the 32650 Feilong lico cells for some time now, but the suspected decrease in quality has kept me away. Jayrobs recommendation has switched to the KD 32650’s. Check CPF post 27.

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FlashPilot wrote:

Ive had my eyes on the 32650 Feilong lico cells for some time now, but the suspected decrease in quality has kept me away. Jayrobs recommendation has switched to the KD 32650’s. Check CPF post 27.

A few of us have some of the KD 32650 on the way. I personally can’t do any real capacity testing or anything scientific like that, unfortunately.

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Gosh, and I remember when jayrob recommended Novae 32650’s, which is why I have 4 of them and they’ve served me well. Not the most potent cell I have, but fantastic capacity.

Dale

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I tested Trustfires 32650(thread about results soon,maybe even today),and all I can tell,don’t buy feilongs or others so fast Smile

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led4power wrote:
I tested Trustfires 32650(thread about results soon,maybe even today),and all I can tell,don't buy feilongs or others so fast :)

Here's some tests on the 6000mAh rated cells both 3.2V and 3.7V types:

http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/utena0705/archive/2012/10/22

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Thanks for the link Hikelite,

It looks like I’ll be staying with the King Kongs for now.

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Got my last order, #100, everything is packed perfectly and just as ordered. Already putting some of it to good use! Wink I like the use of the little boxes, neat to see they have padding and all! Have yet to see anything even remotely out of place, all the Qlites are perfect, as are the optics and triples with emitters. Bunch of goodies there! Hope to get a triple made for my Aunt for Christmas.

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led4power wrote:
I tested Trustfires 32650(thread about results soon,maybe even today),and all I can tell,don't buy feilongs or others so fast :)

yeah sounds like good advice.  I thought the old Feilongs were really good, but I could be wrong.  I'd like to do more research and see what's the best.

 

Trustfire review by led4power

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Received my Sanyo 14500 flat top to be used in ZL-SC52. Nice easy fit in battery tube (no rubbing at all,, better fitting than Nitecore.) SC-52 can be picky about batteries. No problem with these flattop Sanyos.

I had only ordered one to see how it would fit. Glad I did. I’ll be ordering more of these in the future.

The packaging is superb. Almost OverKill. Big Smile
I thought I had jewelery sent to me by mistake.
Even has foam inserts. What a package!
Great Going RMM! ShockedShocked :bigsmile:

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