Silicone Grease at DX. ($2.70)

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Silicone Grease at DX. ($2.70)

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.47418

 

- Silicone grease
- Preferred lubricant for "O" ring and threads of NexTorch flashlights
- High temperature toleration
- Compatible all NexTORCH flashlights
- Capacity: 22g

 

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Nice find!

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Also available at LT, you save a whooping Cent. Wink

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cpf wrote:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.47418

 

- Compatible all NexTORCH flashlights

 

 

Can i use with other brands ? Wink

Current flashlights: Mrlite KC-05  -  Ultrafire C3  -  Ultrafire C3 Stainless Steel  -  Romisen MXDL RC-G2  -  AKOray K-106  -  Fenix LD10 R4  -  X2000  -  Trustfire WF-502B MC-E&nbs

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juhi81 wrote:

cpf wrote:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.47418

 

- Compatible all NexTORCH flashlights

 

 

Can i use with other brands ? Wink

Of course , you can use it to other brand flashlight !

My shop on aliexpress , welcome to visit my shop !

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znmzdx wrote:

juhi81 wrote:

cpf wrote:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.47418

 

- Compatible all NexTORCH flashlights

 

 

Can i use with other brands ? Wink

Of course , you can use it to other brand flashlight !

 

It was a joke! Laughing

Current flashlights: Mrlite KC-05  -  Ultrafire C3  -  Ultrafire C3 Stainless Steel  -  Romisen MXDL RC-G2  -  AKOray K-106  -  Fenix LD10 R4  -  X2000  -  Trustfire WF-502B MC-E&nbs

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juhi81 wrote:

znmzdx wrote:

juhi81 wrote:

cpf wrote:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.47418

 

- Compatible all NexTORCH flashlights

 

 

Can i use with other brands ? Wink

Of course , you can use it to other brand flashlight !

 

It was a joke! Laughing

 

I was in the process of writing a reply when I realised too...

 

If it hadn't been for the smiley, I probably would have put up the reply.

 

Me, I now use engine oil

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

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I received today the LT grease. With the 22 grams you can take half a lifetime to finish it.(a bit like the FUJIK thermal glue...)

I applied to my flashlights threads and orings without electrical contacts problems.

 

...and I can confirm it works on other brands of flashlights. Silly



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Be sure to use it on flashlights only. Big Smile

You don't want nasty surprises on more delicate appliances. Big Smile

kragmutt wrote:

They're gonna send you a green redcat with a black LED.

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Why? in the blister is written: "Work on other lubricable situations"

...and does not harm silicone or latex...But ok, I will wait for someone to do a review first... Wink

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One from DX arrived, via ChinaPost
It seems to be genuine, come with original package.

Hard silicone grease without any heat-conductive/polishing particle, nice fit for twisty threads and zooming tube.
approx 5g NET, 22g was GROSS.

Keep it away from loose electronic contacts, clicky switches, driver's plus-pole plate, minus-pole springs.

It's not a contact oil/grease.

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there is one that looks like it's a 5 gallon bucket but it's 2 inches tall .. is this it ??

 

man where's that link ..it's too funny

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I read the review on DX and it seems it is not good for long term use. Personally i use the mini bottle of machine oil that came with a braun hair trimmer or razor. Doesen't harm rubber or aluminium.

kragmutt wrote:

They're gonna send you a green redcat with a black LED.

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I vividly remember reading about  someone  who bought a flashlight and had just finished "MODDING "  it . The Mod was grease and upgrading the o rings .....  I still shake my head in disbelief .. Did he just say he modded something ?  < My first exposure to the wonderful world of flasholism..I knew right then this was my kinda people ..

 

It awakened something  deep and primal in me

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High Purity Silicone Oil Lubrication for Flashlight Torch (10ml/2-Pack),  $2