THIS in XM-L would be great.

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THIS in XM-L would be great.

Why the heck have UF never released an XM-L version of this.Cry   It looks perfect for an XM-L and the tailcap on/off plus a separate mode ring looks super sweet too.

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I can't believe I have never seen that one before, nice find!

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Similar to UltraFire UF-980L.

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SashiX wrote:

Similar to UltraFire UF-980L.

Nothing like it.Smile   Go check that 850L out again.   The 850 has a much larger/wider reflector (56mm head) and a twist mode switch.  Its a beauty but very rare it seems and only available in MCE.   UF are really missing a trick not bringing an XM-L version to market.

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Nice find, this might be going to the top of my wish list Smile

 

EDIT.... your right tho about the XML... if it was I would be looking for the add to cart button instantly.

.... EDIT AGAIN... looks like their pretty spendy at $54 http://ultrafire-shop.net/UltraFire_Shop.php?category=10&view=productListPage&postPage=2

Funny its the first time I have been to the official ultrafire sales site... looks like they have a lot of cool lights!

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VFMaddict wrote:

SashiX wrote:

Similar to UltraFire UF-980L.

Nothing like it.Smile   Go check that 850L out again.   The 850 has a much larger/wider reflector (56mm head) and a twist mode switch.  Its a beauty but very rare it seems and only available in MCE.   UF are really missing a trick not bringing an XM-L version to market.

Yeah, I know. That emitter is much bigger than XML, so you need a bigger reflector as well. The body is similar to that model I mentioned before, except for that ring, a nice add IMO Silly Cheap, btw.

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Yeah , nice find !   ...

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That is one sweet looking light! I don't have an MCE yet. I just got my first P7 so this might be a good move.

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Well the Ultra fire site sells the MCU-C88 for $45 so maybe we will see the 850 for mid thirties at MF or similar.

With the XM-L costing less than the MCE, the price may come down further (and have a better emitter).

Either way, it is nice to see some budget (ish) lights come out with this style of mode selection. 

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Probably easily moddable-just swap emitters.

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I just noticed its even a Hi-med-low, you people really make this addiction difficult Cry

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jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Uf 860 L sscp7 49.95 @ MF

With an MCE and a P7 version having been produced it is even more surprising that an XM-L version has not.

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VFMaddict wrote:

jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Uf 860 L sscp7 49.95 @ MF

With an MCE and a P7 version having been produced it is even more surprising that an XM-L version has not.

Did anyone get this light. just sparked my interest again.

http://forum.fonarevka.ru/showthread.php?t=3719&language=en 

also noticed this sst90 uf rl 3328 same ring mode change. too much

 

 

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