WTS Nitecore EX11.2 with High CRI Nichia

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WTS Nitecore EX11.2 with High CRI Nichia

update, I have just determined that these light are unregulated on LiIon. otoh, they are regulated on CR123 and work great

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http://budgetlightforum.com/node/72530?page=2#comment-1652624

1. Nitecore EX11.2 w 3000k $85 shipped conus

2. Nitecore EX11.2 w 4500k $85 shipped conus

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pocket clip and glow dot included with the 3000k light

If you have ever wanted a warm lowlight capable torch, this one has a really nice tint!

Im going to be happy to keep it if no one wants to adopt it to a loving home.
PM me if interested, also listed elsewhere.

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Forgive me for asking as I only barely recall the original model. Do these take 16340 or only CR123?

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Totally valid question, glad you asked.

I am using protected 16340 without any problem. CR123 also work.

the CR123 are a little shorter, and make the piston a little easier to press. But these lights do require heavy intentional pressure either way.

The older EX10 models had a softer battery spring, but not these new EX11.2
I think the factory decided to reduce the chance of accidental activation by going to a stiffer spring.

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