[GB-Closed!] Supfire m6 triple - CLOSED!

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[GB-Closed!] Supfire m6 triple - CLOSED!

http://www.supfire.com/product/20130704234_en.html

 

Driver specs:

PWM 500hz

Low :5%-Medium: 30%-High: 100%

2.5A for each LED in high mode

SOS and Strobe, you can press switch for 2 second, it can change from strobe to SOS


Dimensions:

59mm (head) x 55mm (tail) x 133mm (length)

 

3x XML t6

Manufacturer rated at 2000 lumens 

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I have been talking with them, and have worked out $34.65 per piece shipped via China Post. Sorry guys, they are insistent on us paying the PP fees, when it should have been assumed that the $33 shipped included that.

I have also worked out that each member will pay them directly, and they will ship them directly to each member. 

Supfire has also agreed to a 1 year warranty HERE at post #214 in this thread 

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Closed! 

please refer to THIS thread about payments

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list of interested members:

 

Pulsar - 1

fishmaniac - 1

scaru - 2

cellguy - 1

FlashPilot - 1

Livinloud - 1

Haterade - 1

Pok - 1

Pilchman - 1

ChibiM - 1

infinitusequitas - 1

JonnyC - 1

ohaya - 1

RedForest UK - 1

RaceR86 - 1

Aftrburnr - 1

Boro - 1

tjhabak - 1

bawilson2 - 1

flashination - 1

Stittville Ed - 1

reliant_turbo - 1

daveam - 2

Prometheus - 1

ImA4Wheelr - 1

texaspyro - 2

waehrik - 1

ColdFusion - 1

Melven - 1

Jono - 1

Orion - 1

jamjar - 1

zelee - 1

zeremefico - 2

dado1215 - 1

_the_  - 1 

carmantl - 1

markito - 1

relic38 - 1

spoggles - 1

crinklecut - 1

Buwuve - 1

Streamer - 1

FMcamaroZ28 - 1

magnet - 1

sb56637 - 1

TrakTuned - 1

tivo532 - 2

Jagged - 1

teachtom - 1

devman - 1

southland - 1

theoldbill - 1

c5davey - 1

dbramm22 - 1

Komichi - 1

Johm - 1

 

63 pieces claimed so far

 

 

 

 

 

We are well over our 50 piece count, and would like to wrap this up in the next 24 hours. tomorrow at 3:30 us eastern time, i will remove the payment details and get the last of the members shipping information and wrapped up

 

would like to go on to the next one soon

 

 

thank you all for being involved, hope future group buys go equally well!

Nick

Edited by: Pulsar on 07/28/2013 - 23:22
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i dont. i just know supfire has a reputation for being good lights, and this is a damn good looking light. i think it is most likely a redesigned king

i will send some emails and see if i get a response on that. 

 

im hoping if we show enough interest, i can get them to ship the lights to the members, at or below $30 would be great

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That’s sweet S) ! The exterior reminds me of Superman’s “textured” costume (Man of Steel).

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i had sent an email to supfire with driver questions and if they would be willing to take payment directly and ship directly to the members. 

 

if you are interested, please list here how many you would be interested in.

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I would get it for $30 shipped. Looks a bit longer than an SRK and I’m guessing 5 modes?

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i dont speak fluent engrish, but thats how it looks

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Put me down for one. 

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i just want to make this clear right now.... at this point nothing is set in stone. im going to do my best to make this happen, but may not be able to do it

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I would be down for one.

Shipping/customs/payment fees (either wire or Paypal) is likely to be several hundred dollars. For easy math say $300 for 50 pieces via EMS or DHL. Adds $6 more per light. Shipped individually I would guess $8-10. The chore of packaging and reshipping would be substantial. I would guess in the neighborhood of 10 oz, around $3 per light plus packaging.

If they will ship by the piece that is probably the best bet.

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BLF Q8, Thrunite TC20, Convoy L6

 

 

 

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thanks cellguy, i had linked your post in the OP for people to see a detailed breakdown on what costs would be involved if i have to handle this myself

i would eat the package and reshipping time if i have to. small price to pay for what this forum has given to me. 

but i will be pushing to get them to ship individually if at all possible

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Im in, pending final price. $30ish shipped would be a great deal. I have 3 supfire flashlights. Considering the budget price, I can definitely vouch for their high quality and consistency. Photos of this one look great! Driver appears to be held in by a retaining ring for easy access if its under driven. Maybe swap for a TP driver when they get here. Should hopefully be about the same size. The larger head should offer more heat sinking surface area than SRK. Looks like a great find Pulsar. Thanks for trying for us!

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Quote:
Thanks your e-mail. I know you talked with my colleague.
1. The golden flashlight M6 is my old model, they are out of our stock. Now the black flaslight M6 is our new model. They have same driver as old M6. But new M6 is cheaper and more beautiful.
2. Yes, you buy 50pcs single flashlight M6 without battery and charger, $28.26 is the perfect price. if you buy more, the price I can give you the cheaper price. I know you are not retailer.You are a potential wholesaler,but as our wholesaler ,also is that price.

If there anything I can help you,pls contact me

the golden model is what you find if you search “supfire m6”… aka: SRK

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the post right above yours states that it has the same driver as this model:

http://www.supfire.com/product/supfirem6.html

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in pending final price

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Diggin that. Sexy ass light. For $30 that could be a real winner.

Any chance for different tints? Actually… I don’t even see what tint that version is, but my mandarin is lacking.

I like copper

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all i see is t6... after i get a response from my last email i will ask them what tint is in it. im sure we wont be able to pick tints in this deal though unfortunately 

 

im giong to do all i can to make this happen... but just might not be economical for me to do it. at current pricing, according to cellguy's breakdown, we are now looking at $40 shipped in the US. got to convince them to ship them individually. 

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That’s cool. $40 and whatever tint… I’d still be in for one… provided the modes aren’t totally retarded. Her body’s so nice I can allow it. Smile

I like copper

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Yes i would be very interested in one, the battery contact plate looks like it will last a long time.

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Quote:
Thanks your reply quickly. You can not search some informations about this model, because this model is our newest model flashlight. We just produce it out last month. Now ,we will sales them.

Yes, your group can buy this model flashlight from us directly. We also can shiping them directly to them.

here we go guys!!!!!!!!!!!! wahhoooooooo Party

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I’m in.

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so whats the shipping cost from them to us directly?

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now i just need to wait for a reply on the modes it has. they email back surprisingly fast. i feel like a kid in a candy store right now Crown  

edit: i am also waiting back on shipping charges. hopefully that is included into the original quote. i had sent them a link to this thread also, so they can physically see the interest in this light. could be good advertising for them

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Tell me what I'm missing here. It's basically a black SRK but with smaller individual reflectors.  Same or less output (2000 lumens), less throw due to smaller reflectors.  What am I not seeing here? The YL-U2 loo,s far more promising to me.

:~

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Pulsar wrote:
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Thanks your reply quickly. You can not search some informations about this model, because this model is our newest model flashlight. We just produce it out last month. Now ,we will sales them.

Yes, your group can buy this model flashlight from us directly. We also can shiping them directly to them.

here we go guys!!!!!!!!!!!! wahhoooooooo Party


Very cool! :bigsmile:
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they email back fast since its noon time in china opposed to midnight here

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Cool…now lets hope shipping is reasonable. Thx P!

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Depending on Final price, I would take one. Cheers and thanks for the Footwork.

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The lights dimensions is 59mm(head)x55mm(tail)x133mm 

 

Modes are high / med / low / strobe / SOS 

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JohnnyMac wrote:

Tell me what I’m missing here. It’s basically a black SRK but with smaller individual reflectors.  Same or less output (2000 lumens), less throw due to smaller reflectors.  What am I not seeing here? The YL-U2 loo,s far more promising to me.

:~

You may be right. Curious to see how this performs, and what the modes are! (edit: pulsar beat me to it…) To be fair, we don’t really know how the YL-U2 will perform yet either.

Between the two, I think this one looks better. Silly though it may seem, I think that is most of the reason for the interest here. Functional flaws could easily outweigh good looks though.

I like copper

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Thats a nice light.. the tail looks like a nitecore..

Please count me in, especially if they can send directly to Japan,...... not via US, because thats too expensive.

I dont think the YL-U2 is more promising, at least not to me... to each his own taste.
The YL-U2 will have a horrible PWM, like the L3.. and only 2 modes (yes, you can change the output of the first mode, but when you want to have a medium, you have to set it first..)
This one has 3..... (and 2 unnecessary blinkies)

 

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I like “individual reflectors” and more modes Wink

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