Official Thread for COMETA Refunding - Problem solving

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I'm just trying to find out, as best we can, what happened. Buddha keeps claiming Cyberscudo didn't receive a Cometa final sample, but we have those pics staring at us from his post. So I'm thinking now in all innocence, the pics that show the Cometa branding was not in his hands, just that he put together a collage of pictures to document the production light as best he could. I might have done the same thing under the circumstances - he probably honestly wanted to present all the info he had together in one post. Sadly, there was some shell game, or just really bad or missed communications goin on he probably wasn't aware of that was in progress, or about to happen.

Well, this is all a possible scenario anyways... I passed along my order info, so sure whatever happens will take time. All I got invested so far is some parts (about $20 - replacement lens for the cracked one, LED) and some modding time.

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“We have not reached a deal about the refunding of the shipping fees.”

If I have to pay the shipping costs myself this will be a no go for me as it is about $70 tracked for me to receive a $40 refund Facepalm
I will wait to see if a deal can be struck for either BG to cover the shipping costs or not require the return of the light before pm“ing my details.
One thing, & I am no way disrespecting the work you & Buddha have put in to try & sort this out, but why are our details even required ?
BG will already have all the necessary details surely ?

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The Miller wrote:

And correct me if I am wrong
CPF Italia wants my:
Email
PayPal
Order number
Tracking number

Is it OK to change some letters to an X because I really feel like I should not give this info.

We need
your Banggood email, your paypal email, your order number, transaction number and tracking number.
We know it’s a lot to ask.
If you (The Miller, or any other member) send us a partial number (with the XXX), we don’t know if it is enough.
If you send us a partial number, we may ask you again for the whole information in the future.

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bella-headlight wrote:
“We have not reached a deal about the refunding of the shipping fees.”

At the moment, the member who are unhappy don’t have pretty much choiche.
If you stick with what we asked, we may come up with something Smile .
We don’t know the details yet.

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One thing, & I am no way disrespecting the work you & Buddha have put in to try & sort this out, but why are our details even required ? BG will already have all the necessary details surely ?

Banggood asked me these details because based on the number of users who demand a refund, they will decide whether to give it or not.

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Our order numbers alone should be sufficient to prove we have the lights and to tally how many refunds might be necessary. Frankly, there isn’t a need for all that other stuff.

And, if they were to actually offer full refunds- which they won’t, this is just another way for them to stall- people would come out of the woodwork wanting to be added to the list because, as it stands now, only the really vocal ones are even discussing their dissatisfaction openly.

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I too have a Cometa and I am unhappy with it.
It works, but does not consistently change modes correctly and rattles unless it is fully zoomed.
The led is not centered and appears to change positions.
I did the spring gasket thing for safety’s sake.
The annodized disc looks okay and solder points look pretty good, although the wires are small.
I have not burned myself on a hot spring and the light itself does not seem to get too hot. It also does not get as bright as I thought it should.
There appears to be a slight fogging of the lens after it is on for 30 seconds or more.

I started to file a claim with BG, but they would not accept it without pictures and or video.
The light I received is not the light that I ordered and I would like a refund, but don’t want to jump through hoops to get it.
They know there is a problem and just don’t want to fix it.

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Well to aid in this all I pmmed the asked info
It is good work is done so thanks for that.

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hallo.my friend wanted to buy this one..
http://www.banggood.com/XPL-HI-1300LM-26650-Foucsing-LED-Flashlight-p-10...
is it still light with issues?i was not following this thread,cos i dont want zoomie anymore…but i read many many reviews with different experiences….and not sure to buy this one for user,who is not able to repair or fix the parts…

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Didn't know it still was around. I sure wouldn't buy one at that price, but I haven't, and not aware of any recent purchases and experiences.

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Lots of cautionary videos on YouTube showing the problems and what to fix to prevent the flashlight from short-circuiting.
See the many related videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-WvUj2rsSA

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When Jeromel visited me I had the chance to compare my jaxman Z1 with his Brinyte B158
http://www.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_263535.html

Still like the jaxman a lot but the Brinyte is really nice and good, same price as this Coeta with who knows what problems for about the same price. Either buy a cometa from a BLF so you know what you get or get another zoomie is my recommandation

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vresto wrote:
hallo.my friend wanted to buy this one..
http://www.banggood.com/XPL-HI-1300LM-26650-Foucsing-LED-Flashlight-p-10...
is it still light with issues?i was not following this thread,cos i dont want zoomie anymore…but i read many many reviews with different experiences….and not sure to buy this one for user,who is not able to repair or fix the parts…
No, don’t buy it at that price (I am seeing $59.95) ….

If you can get it for $20 – $25 US go for it as long as it is working when it arrives.

Then do the simple fixes that are outlined, BEFORE YOU USE IT and all will be well.

BUT… do the simple fixes………………

Or just go here and get the real deal…….. a Jaxman

Jaxman Z1 XML2

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its ~$33, still Brinyte is better I think for that price.

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Banggood claim that they have solved the problem in their reply to a review…

“Dear, thank you for your review and the product have been upgraded,adding a insulating ring.If you have any question,please email to the service@banggood.com,our guys will help you solve the problem,thanks!”

I dont know if it is true but the EU warehouse price is quite tempting (32.69$), so I would be very grateful if someone who have the “upgraded” version could maybe shed some light on this?

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Only choice I am seeing for the USA is $59.95…… may be different elsewhere. Wink …. Thumbs Up
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Sukoi wrote:
Banggood claim that they have solved the problem in their reply to a review…

“Dear, thank you for your review and the product have been upgraded,adding a insulating ring.If you have any question,please email to the service@banggood.com,our guys will help you solve the problem,thanks!”

I dont know if it is true but the EU warehouse price is quite tempting (32.69$), so I would be very grateful if someone who have the “upgraded” version could maybe shed some light on this?

IF you do buy the thing…… DO NOT pay any attention at all to what Banggood says.

Do a search here on BLF and do the simple things that are outlined & fix it yourself. That way you know it is done properly. (if you do it properly that is… Wink . )

It cannot be said any plainer……….. Wink

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Well recap of real issues:
the disc protcts from short from using cells with wide top, this must be covered so not an issue anymore.
The pill however can cut through the wires (the sharp edges of the pill and the dtpstar can be too tight.
AFAIK this is not fixed and even a “fixed pill” they send me had the same issue.

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Confirm for 32.69$ from EU Warehouse.

I was going to jump at this price once I know for what to be careful when I buy it.
I have Cometa and Jaxman Z1 is on the way.

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Here is a link to every simple thing you need to do to a Cometa to make it, or make sure it is; completely ready to use.

Follow these simple instructions BEFORE you install batteries and power it up.
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Making &/or Making Sure MY Cometa is Ready to Use
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Nothing to do with safety, but see this also concerning Lens & Wire upgrades

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Bonham wrote:
Confirm for 32.69$ from EU Warehouse.

I was going to jump at this price once I know for what to be careful when I buy it.

That price is pretty good & everything you need to know is in the link posted above, Thumbs Up

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Remember also that the lens has a poor tint & a lot of them were delivered with varying degrees of damage to the lens.
I bought genuine Jaxman Z1 lenses & fitted them to my Cometa“s.
A much better lens with nicer tint, nicer beam & more lumen output.
With other mods (fitted heavier gauge led wires like it was supposed to have in the first place & did a spring bypasses) I have got the output up to over 1,200 lumens (1,260 iirc) where as stock my Cometa was under 1,000 lumens so short of the claimed 1,300 lumens.

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Buy a Jaxman and get a nice driver in it, like Texas Avenger

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@vresto, it seems the owners’ conclusion is that the European price is good enough for the offer. teacher has indicated the checks before use.
As I wrote above, I would buy at this price …
Very good form factor. Something like the father of sk68. Smile

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bella-headlight wrote:
Remember also that the lens has a poor tint & a lot of them were delivered with varying degrees of damage to the lens.
I bought genuine Jaxman Z1 lenses & fitted them to my Cometa“s.
A much better lens with nicer tint, nicer beam & more lumen output.
With other mods (fitted heavier gauge led wires like it was supposed to have in the first place & did a spring bypasses) I have got the output up to over 1,200 lumens (1,260 iirc) where as stock my Cometa was under 1,000 lumens so short of the claimed 1,300 lumens.
Good point… I added a link to your post up in #171. Thumbs Up

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Tom E wrote:

I’m just trying to find out, as best we can, what happened. Buddha keeps claiming Cyberscudo didn’t receive a Cometa final sample, but we have those pics staring at us from his post. So I’m thinking now in all innocence, the pics that show the Cometa branding was not in his hands, just that he put together a collage of pictures to document the production light as best he could. I might have done the same thing under the circumstances – he probably honestly wanted to present all the info he had together in one post. Sadly, there was some shell game, or just really bad or missed communications goin on he probably wasn’t aware of that was in progress, or about to happen.


Well, this is all a possible scenario anyways… I passed along my order info, so sure whatever happens will take time. All I got invested so far is some parts (about $20 – replacement lens for the cracked one, LED) and some modding time.

The “missing in action” cyberescudo has recently re-appeared, now doing light reviews on CPF.

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stephenk wrote:
Tom E wrote:

I’m just trying to find out, as best we can, what happened. Buddha keeps claiming Cyberscudo didn’t receive a Cometa final sample, but we have those pics staring at us from his post. So I’m thinking now in all innocence, the pics that show the Cometa branding was not in his hands, just that he put together a collage of pictures to document the production light as best he could. I might have done the same thing under the circumstances – he probably honestly wanted to present all the info he had together in one post. Sadly, there was some shell game, or just really bad or missed communications goin on he probably wasn’t aware of that was in progress, or about to happen.


Well, this is all a possible scenario anyways… I passed along my order info, so sure whatever happens will take time. All I got invested so far is some parts (about $20 – replacement lens for the cracked one, LED) and some modding time.

The “missing in action” cyberescudo has recently re-appeared, now doing light reviews on CPF.

I started to say… “Are you serious??” Shocked

But of course you are if you posted this!! Thanks for the heads up on that stephenk….. Thumbs Up

I’ll be sure to avoid any & all lights cyberescudo has any contact with at all…. if for nothing else just as a matter of principle.

Oh yeah, does anyone know for sure if “cyberescudo” is male or female?

Back during the Cometa fiasco I had it on supposedly good intel the answer was female. I never could verify however.

Just curious upon once again hearing “that name” mentioned……… Wink

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What a hoot…….. Facepalm

Cyberescudo missing in action (as far as posting goes) on CPF from 04-23-2016, 11:49 AM to 03-28-2017, 02:45 AM…. almost a year.

Then come back hawking…. THIS , THIS , and trying to get picked to do one Here for MANKER . Facepalm

Wow………. Facepalm

So far that is Fenix, EagleTac, & possibly MANKER off my list due to ole’ cyber reviewing them….. Crazy
If the reviews of other brands keep coming I may have to rethink my original statement…….. Big Smile

And still MIA here on BLF…………..

The last time the wiley cyberescudo posted here on BLF was………. Mon, 05/09/2016 – 12:39 #1522
And the last time signed into account was…….. Cyberescudo / Offline / Last seen: 4 months 1 week ago

Imagine that…….. Facepalm

This is hilarious, and if it were not so outright pathetic… it would be really hilarious. FacepalmBig Smile

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teacher wrote:
vresto wrote:
hallo.my friend wanted to buy this one..
http://www.banggood.com/XPL-HI-1300LM-26650-Foucsing-LED-Flashlight-p-10...
is it still light with issues?i was not following this thread,cos i dont want zoomie anymore…but i read many many reviews with different experiences….and not sure to buy this one for user,who is not able to repair or fix the parts…
No, don’t buy it at that price (I am seeing $59.95) ….

If you can get it for $20 – $25 US go for it as long as it is working when it arrives.

Then do the simple fixes that are outlined, BEFORE YOU USE IT and all will be well.

BUT… do the simple fixes………………

Or just go here and get the real deal…….. a Jaxman

Jaxman Z1 XML2

Jaxman Z1 XHP50”:https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/JAXMAN-Z1-Turning-Optical-Zoom-...


The xml2 Z1’s are about 30% the throw, 65% of the output, and 200%(modded to cometa specs) the price of the cometa though. Smile

They are still labeled cometa btw, I picked one up a couple weeks ago for like $40. It arrived today. Seems like the same quality as earlier cometas. I haven’t broken it down yet.

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The xml2 Z1’s are about 30% the throw, 65% of the output, and 200%(modded to cometa specs) the price of the cometa though. Smile

They are still labeled cometa btw, I picked one up a couple weeks ago for like $40. It arrived today. Seems like the same quality as earlier cometas. I haven’t broken it down yet.

Where are you getting your Cometa Specs?

From what they were to supposed to do (in writing) or from what they actually in reality did do? Smile

Oh I don’t doubt they are exactly the same….. Banggood just waited for the “ruckus” to die down a bit. Wink

I’ll have to break both of mine out again and do some testing…. I do not remember my Z1’s being behind the Cometa at all.
Nothing like you are saying anyway……. Wink

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