Zebralight sc700d ordered!

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Geronimo
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Zebralight sc700d ordered!

And it’s this places fault lol. I wanted a 21700 light with ultralow moonlight, and no problem with submersions. Will get back to you on how I like it.

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Is this your first Zebralight?

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No, I have had a sc64w hi since I got here and love it.

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Nice! Now you need to post your thoughts once it arrives Big Smile

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I have heard of Zebralight but never really looked until I read your post. What an impressive flashlight. I love the UI, just like my Armytek Wizard pro v3 where you have groups of modes. This SC700D is now at the top of my next list!

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Majoroverkill wrote:
I have heard of Zebralight but never really looked until I read your post. What an impressive flashlight. I love the UI, just like my Armytek Wizard pro v3 where you have groups of modes. This SC700D is now at the top of my next list!
Zebralight is an underrated, unusual brand. They invest a great deal of their revenue in perfecting designs rather than scrapping & going with new designs. One model you might want to consider is the SC64 series. It’s a really nice form factor, while delivering a respectable amount of light. Zebralight isn’t the brightest on the block, but they tend to be more efficient. Also, their over-sized recessed switch is excellent. I never have an accidental activation.