Need lens for SunwaymanF40A light.. Another Sunwayman design fail.

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Need lens for SunwaymanF40A light.. Another Sunwayman design fail.

I do not have very high praise for Sunwayman lights. every one i have/had, all failed on some way or another. Two P02As they sent me a few years ago failed. (first was a DOA, the second failed a week after) i had a M30 that ate drivers like candy. the over-priced F40A came with a flicker on the low mode, and now the lens shattered due to the poor design of the reflector pressing against the lens due to the outer 3mm LED ring. added to that Sunwayman have COMPLETELY ignored any of my requests for service for the lights that i got from them that failed in the past. I did use the F40A regardless of the flicker though, but now when i picked it up today i seen the lens had shattered, due to the poor design of the smaller metal reflector pressing up against the lens it seems. Any one know where i cam find a replacement lens to fit it? the measurements i got was the lens is 37mm in diameter.

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What is the diameter of the lens?

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BlueSwordM wrote:
What is the diameter of the lens?

37mm i measured the bezel on the inside.

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Sorry I meant thickness LOL

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Sorry I meant thickness LOL

oh, its 2mm thick.

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I’d say 37×1.6mm + a thicker o-ring is the safest bet, but for the cost, I would buy both.

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kaybi wrote:
I’d say 37×1.6mm + a thicker o-ring is the safest bet, but for the cost, I would buy both.

Just found that one on Fastech. Thanks Smile

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