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New categories for 21700 lights

Hi everyone, 21700 lights are looking like the next big thing, so here are two categories to cover those topics:

Please let me know if any current threads should be moved there. (Thread OPs can move their own threads.)

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First! Big Smile

Thank you Sb! 

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Yes, the 21700 category is definitely needed. Thank you, sb56637, for adding it. I will have to move my Sofirn C8F 21700 review there.

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Thank you SB for this and for a lot of other things with the site. Much appreciated.

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You can move my review of the Zebralight SC700D. 

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/65105

 

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Terry Oregon wrote:

You can move my review of the Zebralight SC700D. 

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/65105

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/40847

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Thanks, done.

My reviews: , My personal collection of lights LINK,  J5 Tactical V1 Pro review LINK,  Thirteen Optical Sensors review LINKZebralight SC700d review LINK,  Ray-O-Vac Super Power Sportsman review LINK,  Convoy S2+ color combos LINK,  How To flash D4V2 LINK.

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Lux-Perpetua wrote:

First! Big Smile



Thank you Sb! 


Nooooo!!!

Uch I was waiting so long for this category to be first to move my review there Crying

Anyway, now the most reviews in this category are mine! Party

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Thank you for the new forum section.

 

I am looking for a single 21700 light with three or four reflectored emitters in somewhere about 45mm/1.75 inch head diameter, to yield about 7,000 brief burst lumens and a little bit more throw than TIR optics can yield.

I have searched the Sofirn and Astrolux and Convoy, etc websites, but not yet seen.

Normal people walk around with big dogs. They look normal. I walk around with big flashlights. My flashlights have bitten less people then Teds' dog.

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The flashlight you are looking for has not been designed yet. It would be a great one, though. Crazy

There are some single reflector 21700 flashlights or 3×18650 or 26650. You would need to build this kind of light by replacing a single reflector with a triple or quad and a spacer.

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I'm very glad for this section to appear. 21700 lights sparked my interest for something new and improved, I wouldn't mind if they became more widespread soon.

Just for a moment... Okay I may stay a little longer

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Great idea SB! Big Smile

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richbuff wrote:

Thank you for the new forum section.


 


I am looking for a single 21700 light with three or four reflectored emitters in somewhere about 45mm/1.75 inch head diameter, to yield about 7,000 brief burst lumens and a little bit more throw than TIR optics can yield.


I have searched the Sofirn and Astrolux and Convoy, etc websites, but not yet seen.


What about this?
https://www.nealsgadgets.com/products/nightwatch-nsx3-led-flashlight?var...
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That configuration is exactly what I am looking for! I would love to latch onto a few of those to make gifts of. My only question is in the area of durability. I will have to research NightWatch and see what the buzz looks like. 

 

Thank you for locating that for me!

Normal people walk around with big dogs. They look normal. I walk around with big flashlights. My flashlights have bitten less people then Teds' dog.