3 x xm-l hd2010

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3 x xm-l hd2010

http://lightake.com/detail.do/sku.UltraFire_HD2010_Cree_3XT6_3_LED_3_Mod...

Ignore the seller, I just googled hd2010 this morning and this was the top od the list, dd seems to have them too, anyone pulled the trigger?

What are the thoughts? The hd2010 is a well driven single emitter in a large reflector, will more actually be less? Yes you have three emmitters but, you lose that huge reflector although you do get a larger than average “triflector?” (not heard that word before, but good word) so is the hd2010 ruined or improved?

Edited by: gords1001 on 06/11/2012 - 16:31
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Actually the 3 x XM-L HD2010 type flash light has been around for a while, as Beamtech BT-4000
I think (unless I am mistaken) I saw a review somewhere here… however I don’t recollect having seen beamshots of this light anywhere yet…

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Here a link to thread about it is. 

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/6255

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Just read the review, answed all my questions.

I don’t mind being late on it in December 2011 I was more concerned that the doctors felt our baby was too small. They should see the little bugger fight now! 8)

Me and toni just breed compact little battler babies, no worries. 8)