Fire Foxes FF4 Spare Globe

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Fire Foxes FF4 Spare Globe

was just wondering if i could get some info about the globe that is in the FF4? what type is it? where do i get a spare? is it a typical HID type bulb as normally a HID has a inner section which makes the arc and then a outer section that houses a inert gas if i’m correct? the FF4 only has the inner section without the outer globe bit

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sF6_yMxRpz7RR6BfKtfmLx7xJ79f5z4i/view?u...

https://drive.google.com/open?id=11P2bd3VSUgwUHSigGfKckW-l0KtNMgtP

Edited by: DOHC20 on 08/27/2019 - 07:12
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Anyone?…wow HID must be real dead these days.. Facepalm

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I’m looking for one FF4. Yeah, HID is quiet now

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The sellers of the light sold spares back then. I don't think that it is a standard part.

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yeah it seems a real shame that we cant retrofit it with a compatible globe. whilst i prefer LED flashlights it would be a shame to see the FF4 set aside as a dust collector just because the globe is burnt out! its still a cool flashlight imho..it was a great performer for its day and id like to see it preserved for the future..