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Company STCT Street Cat Current Offers and Coupons

Dear All,

STCT Street Cat currently has a rechargeable zoomable LED headlamp that is being discounted on Amazon.

 

Product 1: STCT Street Cat 4 modes waterproof rechargeable headlamp,CREE LED headlamp flashlight for cycling,hunting, running, dog walking, camping, hiking, fishing, night reading and DIY works

List Price: $17.99

Deal Price: $15.69 ( No need code 

 

If you have any questions, please leave comments here or PM me, or contact me: Stephanie@stctstreetcat.net.  You would be served within a short time. Hopefully you would like this deal.

Best regards,

Stephanie from STCT Street Cat

 

 

STCT Street Cat company is committed to selling high-quality, high-performance and popular outdoor products. In order to meet the needs of the majority of outdoor sports enthusiasts, STCT Street Cat constantly introducing new products with new ideas, providing better and better service. Put customer's needs and customer experience in the first place,serve customers with heart and soul.

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I think most people here would only be interested in that as a host, but there’s a message I want to get to all budget torch manufacturers:

If you make a torch with three modes, please make them low, medium, and high – don’t put strobe in the main mode group.

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On the bright side, at least it’s not being advertised as 40,000lm or more, so that’s a good thing.

Info on the emitter? CT/tint?

Yeah, I might grab a few for hosts, especially if it’s got a cheap emitter. The driver for sure gotta be replaced, as it’s probably just one of those 3-pin controllers and a half-dozen chip-resistors acting as a ballast.

4bux, though, unless it’s really crappy inside, that’s quite nice!

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Would be nice if this light was also made available to BLF-members outside the US.

I always think long and hard before I say something really stupid.

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Henk4U2 wrote:
Would be nice if this light was also made available to BLF-members outside the US.

+1

Sorry for my bad English (gogole transtorla)

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skinny_tie wrote:
I think most people here would only be interested in that as a host, but there’s a message I want to get to all budget torch manufacturers:

If you make a torch with three modes, please make them low, medium, and high – don’t put strobe in the main mode group.

Thank you very much for your valuable advice. As a seller, we are very honored to receive suggestions from customers about our products.
I will give your suggestions to our product engineers and manufacturers. Thanks!

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Henk4U2 wrote:
Would be nice if this light was also made available to BLF-members outside the US.

Thank you very much for your comment. Our products will soon be sold in other areas out of the US, such as Europe, Japan, Australia, etc. At that time, we will also have a very favorable discount for the products. Thanks!

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Stephanie wrote:
Henk4U2 wrote:
Would be nice if this light was also made available to BLF-members outside the US.

Thank you very much for your comment. Our products will soon be sold in other areas out of the US, such as Europe, Japan, Australia, etc. At that time, we will also have a very favorable discount for the products. Thanks!


Thanks!
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Stephanie wrote:
Henk4U2 wrote:
Would be nice if this light was also made available to BLF-members outside the US.

Thank you very much for your comment. Our products will soon be sold in other areas out of the US, such as Europe, Japan, Australia, etc. At that time, we will also have a very favorable discount for the products. Thanks!

That would be nice, very nice indeed!

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The code is still available.
In addition, the flashlight’s packaging contains no batteries.
But if you are a member of the BLF, you can contact me after purchasing the flashlight.We can send you 2 rechargeable 18650 batteries for free.
Thanks!

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Not wishing to look a gift horse in the mouth, but...

 

What batteries are they?

Great... Carnac the Magnificent tells me I just signed up for yet another expensive hobby.

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slmjim wrote:

Not wishing to look a gift horse in the mouth, but...

 

What batteries are they?

Only the best!  :THUMBS-UP:

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Let me guess G.I.F = Good In Flashlight when only the bestus will do

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Only the best!  :THUMBS-UP:


Although these are probably G.N.F Good For Nothing

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Oh, I missed out on getting that C8-looking light for 4bux. I’m so deeply saddened by this.

I’m not currently in need of any more headlamps, unfortunately.

Is there a remedy for this troubling situation?

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Okay, I got one, so here’s a little “review” of the C8-ish light… Big Smile

It came in brown box, no damage at all from bouncing around in the rather huge Amazon box.

The light was in a drawstring carrier, like for a very very short umbrella, the light itself in a bubblewrap baggie, not a scratch on it.

Semigloss black ano, quite nice. Very very lightweight, threads are not anodised (so no tailcap lockout), but are buttery smooth.

Switch has a nice crisp click to it. Standard “pogo-stick” design. Half-press works nicely.

Now the disappointing parts… Sad

Looks like a pretty cool (6500K+) XP-E, no thermal goop on the shelf, so it’s just floating around on there.

Plastic(!!) reflector, but glass front. Don’t go swapping an XP-L and pushing 10A through it, or the reflector will melt on ya.

Looks like a generic cheap driver, unregulated except for parallelled chip-resistors and probably the typische 3-pin µC doing the modes.

Thin spring had my flat-top LG bouncing around in there only making intermittent contact. Had to physically pull on the spring to stretch it to make good contact with the cell. I’m at work, so no meter to measure tailcap current in the different modes.

Speaking of which… modes: high, low, single-freq strobe. Could be good for light-painting. Big Smile

Throws a nice tight hotspot, so it’ll reach, even if it doesn’t belt out 1000lm.

Now the really disappointing part. I was nicely offered a pair of 18650s, but they clocked in at only 1650mAh and 1250mAH on my brawny-but-not-almighty Opus ’3100. Eep! Shocked

So, all in all, it’s a C8-ish light, has some nice qualities like a nice finish and smooth threads, but I’d ditch the reflector and driver. The emitter might be usable, but I prefer warmer CTs. The reflector (plastic and all) and spacer fits nicely over the XP-E and holds together a decent beam, so it should be easy to swap in a colored XP-E2 (red, green, etc.) if you want a decent “hunting light”.

I mean, let’s face it, for 4bux or even 6bux, it’s not going to be in the same class as a C8F or C8T or anything, but it’ll be easy to do a little swapping and make a decent light out of it, even keeping the plastic reflector.

And since I still can’t find a Black Cat (made in Gemany), having a Street Cat is pretty kewl. Big Smile

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