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ALL LIGHTS SOLD. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING.

 

 

UltraFire UF-009 is SOLD.

 

YEZL T9 is SOLD. 

I am selling these lights because I would like to purchase a ThruNite Neutron 2A in neutral white. I am asking 20USD for each of these lights and I will cover the cost of shipping to the US ONLY. Or, a trade for all of some of the lights plus money for a ThruNite Neutron 2A in neutral white is acceptable too.

 

The YEZL is new and needs nothing. The YEZL is SOLD. The LumaPower Trust Model 2 has been converted to a flood light by polishing the reflector and etching the lens. It works fine. The UltraFire UF-009 need a lens due to three chips around the perimeter of the lens. Aside from that, it also works normally.The UltraFire is SOLD.

 

Thank you for viewing my listing.

Zebralight S6330 – Zebralight SC600w – Zebralight SC52 – Zebralight SC51w – EagleTac D25A Ti 219 – 4Sevens Quark Turbo AA2 219 – FourSevens Preon PenLight -

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Is it possible to convert the LumaPower back into a standard light (like buying a lens at DX)? If so, I'll take it.

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Yes, you will have to replace the lens and the reflector for a price of about 15USD by ordering the parts from the manufacturer. I was going to do it but I don't like XPG LEDs at all any more so I have decided to just sell the light for a huge loss (paid over 60USD for the light and barely used it).

Zebralight S6330 – Zebralight SC600w – Zebralight SC52 – Zebralight SC51w – EagleTac D25A Ti 219 – 4Sevens Quark Turbo AA2 219 – FourSevens Preon PenLight -

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By polish, do you mean removing all semblance of reflective material? Do you know the size of the lens and reflector (if it absolutely need replace) to see if anyone else sells similar or maybe I already have one? $15 isn't excessive, but paying as much for conversion as the light just feels a bit odd. 

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agenthex wrote:

By polish, do you mean removing all semblance of reflective material? Do you know the size of the lens and reflector (if it absolutely need replace) to see if anyone else sells similar or maybe I already have one? $15 isn't excessive, but paying as much for conversion as the light just feels a bit odd. 

 

No, I removed the "orange peel". The reflector itself has been polished into a smooth mirror finish but this will leave you with an unbelievably ringy beam if just the lens is replaced. I do not know the size of the lens nor the reflector. The reflector is likely proprietary because the base of the lens is threaded.

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i'll take the uf 009

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Sending  PM about the T9.

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Trust 2 is sold. :bigsmile:

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Recieved the Yezl today in great shape. Thanks.