Copper & Aluminium Zoomie Build

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Copper & Aluminium Zoomie Build


I built this aluminium & copper zoomie light out of some plumbers pipe, aluminium tube, magnets and other bits ‘n pieces from the spare parts box.
This light is 18650 powered but can also accomodate 20700 cells.

XM-L2 U2? 1A on KD 20mm DTP MCPCB
BLF A6 Driver
Reverse clicky tail switch
Length – 118 mm
Width – 25 mm
Weight – 170 grams (with cell)
Max – 1000 lm/ 580 lm

Edited by: CRX on 05/07/2018 - 12:51
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that’s incredible work and the shell looks amazing.

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“normal size” haha Silly

Here’s a big zoomie:

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+1 on what carboni said. That is an incredible little, sorry, incredible normal sized light. Smile

 

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wow wow wow!!!!

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It’s not huge… but it’s cute! Shocked Big Smile

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You always amaze me with combinations of materials/build methods—-Very nice indeed

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Thanks guys Smile Thumbs Up

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Neat, clean work throughout, especially the custom pull wire.

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Lush – as per usual.