CRX KnuckleHead II

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CRX KnuckleHead II

CRX Brass KnuckleHead IICree XP-L2v5 HD 4000K
Noctigon MCPCB
Black oxidized
Magnetic tail
Twisty switch
Max - 300lm
Length – 37mm
Width – 19mm
Weight – 69g (With 10250 cell)CRX Brass KnuckleHead II
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Edited by: CRX on 08/05/2019 - 11:49
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So cool! I really love it, would be great for pocket carry!

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Very cool !

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Sweet. What do you oxidize brass with to turn it black?

 

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Very nice !
Oxidizing brass? Wow

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Wow, I didn’t know those Veleno 10180’s could put out 2.5A current! Those Nukes are awesome too! Maybe I need to get a couple of those.

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Really cool looking light!

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MRsDNF wrote:
Sweet. What do you oxidize brass with to turn it black?

I use birchwood casey brass black.

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DavidEF wrote:
Wow, I didn’t know those Veleno 10180’s could put out 2.5A current! Those Nukes are awesome too! Maybe I need to get a couple of those.

Yes they can but output drops like a rock, I don’t recommend stressing the 10180’s that much. The Nukes can handle it a lot better, great for their size.

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Do you think it would be difficult putting Rey’s driver into this?

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Not familiar with that driver, what size is it? You could definitely fit a 10mm driver in this one.

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I thought it was 10mm, but now I have seen it’s bigger (AA light). But if 10mm would fit was what I wanted to know. Thanks.

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Very nice indeed!!!!! Thumbs Up

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Very nice CRX! I like the black color and how small it is. And it won’t roll off the table like my Supfire M6 did last weekend.

I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.