WTS: Real CREE XP-G emitters. as low as 20 cents each!

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WTS: Real CREE XP-G emitters. as low as 20 cents each!

EMITTERS for sale… (message me for information)

Cree XLamp XP-G Series 4.9W 4500K LED Warm White XPGWHT-01-0000-00GE4

prices… (all payments by Paypal)

the BULK price (50+ emitters)? is .20 cents each… thats 5 for a dollar.

2 for a dollar (50 cents each) = less than 10 emitters
3 for a dollar (33-1/3 cents each) 10+ emitters
4 for a dollar (25 cents each)) = 25+ emitters
5 for a dollar (20 cents each) === 50+ emitters

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so far, over 1200+ have already shipped out worldwide. real shipping costs thus far is down to 4.16…

yes, you read that right…

you can buy 50 xp-g emitters, shipped to your door in the US, for 14.16
you can buy 100 xpg, shipped to your door in the US, for 24.16

my intention in doing this? Honestly, i just wanted to get a “nice sized handful” of the emitters on my shelf, for future playing… to get the low price, though… i had to buy a lot of them… so? I got what i wanted, and i am selling the rest at almost “cost” if you buy them in lots of 50+

My reasoning is this… everyone complains about all the fake emitters in all the cheap lights. This way?? I am temporarily flooding our market with real CREE emitters, to hopefully replace multi-emitter lights, for example. Not to mention, xp-g was always a decent performer in a 68 or a 98. the 2A max for a copper thermal board with an xp-g, is pretty reasonable for the 68 or 98 platform.

at as low as 20 cents apiece? I say “stock up !” and get 50 or a 100 put away, and worry about “what” to do with them for future projects later. do several soda can multi emitter lights? maybe a light bar or work light… with spares put back for a few zoomies later on.

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International shipping available!

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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Reel #1 = Out of 1000 emitters, 985 are shipped and 0 are pending shipping soon. 15 left on the reel Reel #2 = Out of 1000 emitters, 350 are shipped and 0 are pending shipping soon
650 left on the reel
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shipped Reel #1
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SWIB (100) *** PM me if your shipment had issues
StaticX57 (50) Paid
Lightrider (200) Paid
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CALEB (50) Paid
Tru3s1Lv3r (50) Paid
Lightbringer (55) Paid
vwpieces (50) Paid
Teacher (100) Paid
Gunga (50) Paid

- MILESTONE: I am now fairly comfortable and “accurate” shipping domestically, and can somewhat accurately predict shipping costs

yclongthrow (50) Paid
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snakebite (50) Paid
Boaz (20) Paid
C11MAN (100) Paid
sac02 (50) Paid

- MILESTONE: I discovered all my domestic shipping HAD a tracking number, it was “buried” in the 172 lines of fine print my post office wastes the ink printing around the really important information, a tracking number being a prime example

Hunter (+10 Bonus)

Reel #1 END – 15 left over – Reel #2 BEGIN
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Hunter (50) Paid
Clemence (100) Paid
Valor (100) Trade MILESTONE: first “trade”!
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Gisewhcs (50) Paid
Lazy-R-us (50) Paid
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With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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i think “on the warmer side of neutral” or something like that… i am not a tint expert.

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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My emitters are on their way:)
I plan to update the lighting in the garage. Upgrade some cheep zoomie lights. Make an outdoor floodlight for the driveway. And mod a cheep light bar.

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What’s the flux bin? This is xpg not xpg2?

Shipping to Canada?

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GUNGA:

canada? why not…

if you tell me what address to send it to, you are already paying the “real” envelope-postage… I honestly dont care “where” it goes? I just care that i can do it at the post office, lol.

LightRider said:
“Ya. It’s an r4 brightness bin. 130lumens at 350ma.”

“Yes exactly. 2amps is max. Anymore and you start losing output because of its low ability to handle heat. So 1.5-2amps is a safe range.”

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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I’ll take a hundred. Paypal OK??

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Vancouver,BC, Canada?

For 50 LEDS?

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GUNGA was the “test” for overseas shipping.

The post office employee would NOT give me the “couple dollar” first class overseas rate, it cost somethng ridiculous like 9 or 10 dollars.

I popped the couple bucks out of my own pocket, just because i was curious…. they claim the cheap rate is only for “paper thin” envelopes and the emitters are over 1/4” or something…

which makes international shipping back to too expensive… although if a bulk order is worth it to you, i will do it.

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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Received 200pcs today:)
Every thing looks good at first glance. They appear to be genuine. Hopefully I can get to using them soon.
Thanks Sedatar! Glad you brought us this service!

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Tru3s1Lv3r (50) Paid
Lightbringer (55)
vwpieces (50) Paid

Whups… don’t forget to tick my entry. I don’t want to be known as the class deadbeat. Big Smile

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My 100 LED’s were waiting on me when I arrived home the other day from a trip.
Thank you for the great buy and the smooth as glass transaction………. Thumbs Up

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So tempting… glad to see the good response. This is quite a deal.

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i will take 50
need paypal address.
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Is this the kind of stuff I rub on my gums to check its quality? If so I will take 100 of the good stuff

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i was tempted to get 100 but dont think i would use that many before they were completely outdated.
i am sure others can make better use rather than sitting in my obsolete parts box.
all those purple latticecraps that need replacing are getting their eviction notice.
not every day someone gets a deal on a whole reel of crack leds and spreads them around.

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i was tempted to get 100 but dont think i would use that many before they were completely outdated.
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well, define “outdated”. in the middle of the “xml2” craze (when i got here couple years back) I would see threads where someone was showing off their “classic xml” that must have been some special bin and ran HIGH amps. For lower power applications? many times the difference is academic.
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i am sure others can make better use rather than sitting in my obsolete parts box.
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well, in my case? I wanted a “fistful” to basically sit in a baby food jar “at that price”.Idea being that when i figured what to DO with some? they are there. If i wanna buy a cheap multiemitter? and see about replacing 12 saladbrughts? baby food jar! i wanna make xmas gifts with cheap 68 lights? baby food jar! under every shelf lighting? one guy said i should make light bars.i’m thinking bout fiddling to make lights to replace my basement lights. i wanna try to make “pucklights” and maybe a “perfect fishing lantern”. For THESE uses? they are perfect.
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all those purple latticecraps that need replacing are getting their eviction notice.
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Thats the spirit! I have been LOOKING at cheap light bars? to get “real” emitters is REAL expensive. Same giant light bar? with cheepies? really inexpensive… i can make a CREE light bar for next to nothing over the cost of the generic one.
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not every day someone gets a deal on a whole reel of crack leds and spreads them around.
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I know,lol… everytime i *think*about making a light bar or a lantern or cabinet lights? I cant justify spending several dollars on every LED.what if i blow 10 of them learning what i am making? once you want to just “play”? cost stops you on multi emitter projects

so yeah, you know how you “see that about as often as a unicorn“phrase?

Well… i guess i am breeding unicorns,ha ha.
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seriously though, theres another reel… and the guy i bought them off of? contacted me recently… i might be able to get some more of these, apparently this happened because of something to do with stuff left behind in a big warehouse, that rents subdivided space… and the renters sometimes “subdivide” their big “subdivision” to others…

apparently,my 2 reels were some of the only things they knew what they were… I think i am gonna take a trip, and see what i can get.

if this works out, i plan on flooding our little market with whtever i get…

these things arent THAT outdated… they re perfect for multiemitter projects, and, for replcing blue sald brites in multiuemitter setups.

iknow i plan to make a “worklight”… so,the more the merrier.

i figure we can all put them on our shelf. PLus? at least ONE overseas guy liked the idea? but int’l shipping is too expensive…if i get any more of these, i might see if he wants a whole REEL, because it should be cheap for HIM to send them to other guys on his continent…

my new hobby? “breeding unicorns”,haha

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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if i DO manage to get more? i am thinking about reflowing them onto inexpensive stars… reason being? only guys that reflow at home get to have fun now… if i can provide them on cheap stars? then anyone that can unscrew a light can have fun too…

i’m just having fun off of working all summer…

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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Still available? I’d like 50.

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sedstar wrote:
these things arent THAT outdated… they re perfect for multiemitter projects, and, for replcing blue sald brites in multiuemitter setups.

Well, there’s “outdated” and then there’s “outdated”.

For someone who wants 1253lm instead of the 1248lm he’s cranking out now, it might be worth it to him to get one bin brighter, or the latest’n‘greatest incarnation of the G or L emitter.

For someone who wants a nice under-shelf lightbar to just throw some light into an otherwise dark nook, a bunch of old XR-Es will do. He just uses 10 lightly-driven emitters instead of 8. Bfd.

You want to light up a path? Forget the anæmic solar-powered crap. Just run some 22ga twinlead to each “station”, and have a nice XP-G and diffuser light up the walkway so that you can actually see what you’re walking on. No need for a G2 or G3, let alone an L. You can wire a dozen in series and use a cheepcheepcheep buck regulator to provide the fleapower to light up each chip with maybe a half-watt each, not even a whole watt.

And again, for something like that, even XR-Es would be fine.

So yeah, if you “need” to wring every last lumen out of a chip, last week’s latest will be “outdated”. For most normal people, even chips from a few years back will be perfectly serviceable, provided they’ve got a nice tint, etc. No one wants Angry Purple™ no matter how many lumens they can belt out.

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I think i’m gonna put some of these on aluminum stars……

people that dont reflow? need them to replace FAKES in the cheap 68 lights

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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sometimes having obsolete parts is a blessing.
i bought several hundred reels of parts 10 years ago.
now some are in big demand and the market is flooded with remarks.
and i often use these now unobtainium parts to repair industrial stuff.stuff where you cant just buy a new board or spend $1m on a new machine.
or just do silly stuff with them.
like put altilon 1×4 in a desklamp.
price that one out.if you can buy them at all.
but if you get more i will add to my stash.
at your price one can do silly things with them with impunity.

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funny to think i will be paying more for a metal slug with traces on it than an led.
you should link a few good tutorials on diy led reflowing in your original post.its really easy.will boost sales.
i do them with a temp controlled heatgun and plain ol kester “44”

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I think i’m gonna put some of these on aluminum stars……

people that dont reflow? need them to replace FAKES in the cheap 68 lights

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Shipping for 50pcs , in Greece ? thanks

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snakebite wrote:
funny to think i will be paying more for a metal slug with traces on it than an led. …
sedstar wrote:
I think i’m gonna put some of these on aluminum stars……

Have you guys found a good and inexpensive source for aluminum stars? None of these will be going in high power lights, so no need for copper. Just want a decent-but-inexpensive AL star option.

Edit: just found this:

https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10001841/1133802-star-base-plates-fo...

$1.38 for 10pc (~$0.14/ea), or quantity discount would be $5.60 for 50pc (~$0.11/ea). But to get the 50pc price obviously then you would only have one size star.

Seems like OK price if quality is acceptable.

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too bad the 3 up isnt series

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sac02 wrote:
https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10001841/1133802-star-base-plates-fo...

$1.38 for 10pc (~$0.14/ea), or quantity discount would be $5.60 for 50pc (~$0.11/ea). But to get the 50pc price obviously then you would only have one size star.

Seems like OK price if quality is acceptable.

I was going to mix’n‘match 20mm, 16mm, Al, Cu, etc., just to stock up. Wasn’t planning on using the same stars for everything.

These look okay. No reason I can see to not get them.

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I haven’t mounted any yet or lit one up.
Anyone have?
Got pics?

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giorgoskok——>

i sold to a member GUNGA in canada? to test int’l shipping… it was EXPEN$IVE.

I only charged him “like he was in the USA”, and paid it out of my pocket? because i was curious about int’l shipping…

it actually would be “okay”, but… anything thicker than a piece of paper? it goes thru the roof…

I will check when i go to the post office and see?but be prepared for sticker shock… that said? I’ll ship it to the planet JUPITER if the customer pays the shipping.

With enough black coffee and cigarettes? all things are possible…

I am currently still shipping… REAL GENUINE CREE xp-g emitters, the classic… brace yourself? as low as 20 cents apiece!! Check out the SALES THREAD, everyone is happy… then PM me

SALES THREAD:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/52528

if you are into reloading? this is my site… I inherited the remains of what was once arguably the best reloading site on the internet… its the “BLF” of reloading sites…

http://reloadbench.freeforums.net/

if you think night vision would be cool? It IS… this site i am a member of, and its basically the “BLF” of home made scratch-built digital night vision. They are at the leading forefront of advanced DIY for digital night vision, and thats gun mounted or handheld… builds rival and exceed commercial offerings…

http://nightvisionforumuk.com/

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I received a padded envelope from the US , without tracking , last week , for 4.5$ shipping .

Take a look when you have time. Thanks

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