Convoy S2 Shorty Rechargeable Mule

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Convoy S2 Shorty Rechargeable Mule

A super short Convoy S2, well it’s just the head actually, one i had spare.

XP-G2 S4 2B emitter
Electronic side switch
Olight s10 3 mode driver
200mAh lipo cell
TP 4056 charging board
Charging indicator
Potted
Weight – 32g
Red locator LED operating at 1.5mA

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Oh wauw
Protect the led and I want one Big Smile

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The Miller wrote:
Protect the led and I want one Big Smile

The LED is encased in UV glue Wink

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very cool

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Just how many people are you employing in your custom build factory? I’d guess ten engineers for a start. Smile

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Do you have a link to this glue you’re using? Is it Norland? It’s so clear!

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… what kind of a person takes the head of a flashlight, and thinks of making a flashlight out of it???

put me on the pre-order list again Wink

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Wow!

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Wow, when I saw the title I thought it was going to be similar to the s2+ shorty. Nope! Awesome work dude!

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Nice work! Beer

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No magnet ? Oops
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Great work!!

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I don’t normally like short fat lights, but this one is awesome. Thumbs Up on the “Thumb-Light”

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Yikes. I better get cracking!

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What the heck?? THATS AWESOME DUUUUDE

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Awesome idea! Thumbs Up

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Thanks for all the comments Thumbs Up

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pilotdog68 wrote:
Do you have a link to this glue you’re using? Is it Norland? It’s so clear!

I’ve been using this cheap stuff kafuter, it’s the finishing technique that counts (that’s what she says anyway) Wink

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MRsDNF wrote:
Just how many people are you employing in your custom build factory? I’d guess ten engineers for a start. Smile

No, it’s just the six of us LOL

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saypat wrote:
… what kind of a person takes the head of a flashlight, and thinks of making a flashlight out of it???

See above… Big Smile

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X3 wrote:
No magnet ?

No, this one is meant for just tailstanding or laying on it’s side, the red light has two brightness levels depending on which position. 1.5mA is a little high for a locator light and will require recharging every couple of days but i chose that level so you can read by it or have very low level illumination.

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How much are these and when does the ordering start?

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wonderful, when will the group buy start? Big Smile

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CRX, you’ve got unrestrained imagination mate! Shocked
I don’t know if it gets hot when running, but it’s a very cool work you’ve done!!! !!!!!!!!!
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Thanks very much mate, it has the olight s10 driver and virtually no heatsink so it does get warm on high mode but not excessively so.

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That is some really nice work, would you mind sharing your finishing technique with us?

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Thanks mate, i’m not sure what you mean, do you mean the UV glue? That is applied slowly and very carefully on a flat level surface then wiped over with kitchen roll and lighter fluid then polished with spit & an old cloth. Takes some practice. Good idea to keep some cottonbuds close by for emergency removal of excess glue Wink

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Haha, thanks, I meant the UV glue. I am sure “she” likes your other finishing technique but I am only interested in the UV glue.

Is kitchen roll just paper towel or is it the open weave cloth/fabric stuff that comes in a roll?

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LOL

The cheap stuff i’ve been using leaves a sort of sticky film on top when hardened so yeah paper towels or similar i use to wipe that off, iso alcohol would probably be good too but don’t use acetone or the likes.