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Jack Kellar
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That is a treasure. Love

I see the tube light design is a true transcendent. Too bad our lights today don’t look as classy, even if I love the current slick looking ones Cool

Wonder to myself how hard would it be to make a replica host out of newer materials, with a low-power but efficient driver-LED setup behind it. That’d win Build Of The Year in my opinion!

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Jack Kellar wrote:
That is a treasure. Love

I see the tube light design is a true transcendent. . . .

Wonder to myself how hard would it be to make a replica host out of newer materials, with a low-power but efficient driver-LED setup behind it. That’d win Build Of The Year in my opinion!

Or you could simply drop one of these in for ~$8.25 from bikeco.co.uk

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wjv wrote:
Jack Kellar wrote:
That is a treasure. Love

I see the tube light design is a true transcendent. . . .

Wonder to myself how hard would it be to make a replica host out of newer materials, with a low-power but efficient driver-LED setup behind it. That’d win Build Of The Year in my opinion!

Or you could simply drop one of these in for ~$8.25 from bikeco.co.uk

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wjv wrote:
Jack Kellar wrote:
That is a treasure. Love

I see the tube light design is a true transcendent. . . .

Wonder to myself how hard would it be to make a replica host out of newer materials, with a low-power but efficient driver-LED setup behind it. That’d win Build Of The Year in my opinion!

Or you could simply drop one of these in for ~$8.25 from bikeco.co.uk

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!http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i303/bcvojak/LEDs/comet07_zpsih39m4ft.jpg!

Nice upgrade Smile

That Canadian flashlight guy Eh! -Den / DBSARlight

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