Sold---Sold---Sold---Slightly wonky Thorfire TK15s for sale. Great price.

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Sold---Sold---Sold---Slightly wonky Thorfire TK15s for sale. Great price.

Please see this BLF link: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55880

This flashlight is for a person that enjoys tinkering, or modding stuff. It has given me just a bit of strange behavior. It is a nice flashlight overall. I paid the outrages price of 29 cents for it via a 99% off coupon to do a review on the light. This is the deal. I will sell it to a BLF member for $6.00 shipped. This $6.00 will cover postage & packaging and maybe a candy bar for me. You agree to do a super simple review of the flashlight. Something like. Here is a picture of the light and unlike 264 it has never acted wonky for me. 264 is full of beans. You get the idea. Paypal and U.S.A. address only please.

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i will take it.
pm me with paypal.
probably an easy fix.

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snakebite wrote:
i will take it. pm me with paypal. probably an easy fix.

Flashlight sold to Snakebite. Looking forward to his review.

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and i found that the wonky strobe is infact a feature.
as for malfunctions i could not provoke any.
and i froze it to 0f and also started it after a hot soak in a black car.
a thermometer in the ac vent showed 135f.
and the light was left on the dash.
i suspect thorfire could have noted the dual speed strobe in the manual.

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That is good to hear that the strobe is not wonky. I did not notice the flashlight had two different strobe modes. Snakebite you are a better flashlight reviewer than I . I guess I was full of beans and hot air about the flashlight.

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sometimes its not a bug its a feature.
none of us are perfect.
and the manual leaves a lot to be desired.
a better explanation of these strobe modes would have helped.
but a large % of our population wont read a manual till the smoke comes out anyway.
ashlight?
ROFLOL!
its a decent light.

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Where’s the review

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Where’s the review

This is what I did: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55880

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and i added my findings to it.
i put it alongside my edc and so far no sign of any problem.
i even stuck it in a bike mount and rode with it over the weekend.
if something was loose that would have made it fail.