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Shadow TC750X

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looks like klarus xt20 clone

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Looks good.

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Bad saw it earlier 3 mintues on high only. Crying

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niiice, and it’s half price of klarus xt20 Big Smile , and I personally like the 3 minute step down to 50 % …

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As long as they are going to just rip off other lights, let’s see a Shadow TN31 clone….

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It’s as nasty as the original I’d say.

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Tecmo wrote:
As long as they are going to just rip off other lights, let’s see a Shadow TN31 clone….

I don’t think, that Shadow will produces much clones. Most of their flashlights have an own design (which is great and the built quality is great, too).

Light up the darkness.

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Tecmo wrote:
As long as they are going to just rip off other lights, let’s see a Shadow TN31 clone….

That i really want. The Crelant 7G5 ver II is really “redundant”.

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Buwuve wrote:
Tecmo wrote:
As long as they are going to just rip off other lights, let’s see a Shadow TN31 clone….

I don’t think, that Shadow will produces much clones. Most of their flashlights have an own design (which is great and the built quality is great, too).

Well, I just hope the TN31 is where they get their next inspiration Wink

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Ledsmoke wrote:
It’s as nasty as the original I’d say.

Amen brotha, that is one big ugly stick

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If ugly is bad i don’t want to be pretty.

This one’s on my list!!

 


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That’s really not a pleasant looking light, if it works well then fine, but its not going to win any awards for being pretty.

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these lights always remind me of wall-e

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It appeals to me, but it would appeal to me een more with wider reflectors.

Ilike different designs and especially shapes of flashlights… and this one is surely different Smile

Still out of my desirable price though, and I think that on dinodirect you could have get the original, with some coupons, for not much higher price.

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I would like to have this 1 Smile
not a single video on youtube about this fl :~

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
I would like to have this 1 Smile
not a single video on youtube about this fl :~

Working on it!
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Post a link when your done, thanks Smile
Any progress on that video jet???

 

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I don’t even have it in hand yet. I’m getting samples of all the Shadows, TC350,500, 750, GF1, JM07, BL1 and the new ones SL3 and JM26 :bigsmile: . Should have them in hand soon

The one I want the most is the TC350 SL3 and JM26. They’re all nice lights though

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Jake25 wrote:
The one I want the most is the TC350 SL3 and JM26

I just watched TC350, this moment :- )
They are all nice but I would love to try just 3 models TC750X (Double XM-L U2) over all, BL-21 (bike light), and JM07 Wink
P.S. do you have pictures for those two new models, can’t find them on Intl-Outdoor???

 

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Wow, must be nice to live in china J)

 

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Hi Jake, thanks for the heads up Wink

I’m really interested in the shadow TC750X, but the 50% step-down after 3 mins in high is a real ball breaker. If there’s a way to mod it or remove the step down I would probably buy it…

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I have the 750 and im impressed with the output. Its not as bright as SR King , although its a fair
comparison. Build quality is very good. A get a little battery rattle but not too bad. The twin U2
will drain two Panasonic’s 3400mah in 45 minutes . The best feature are the pitched reflectors and
the tight beam it forms..Price should continue to drop, i recommend this light if your looking at
at multi emitter lights.

 


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just 45 minutes from 2 × 18650 (3400mah) on 50% (because it automatically reduces output to 50% after 3 min.) that is not impressive at all…
I was a little disappointed because of that “down shift after 3 minutes to50%” feature but I would buy it nevertheless, now I’m not so sure!!!
Looks very nice, but 45 minutes is just not enough. I can’t imagine what it would be if there is no downshift, it would suck up two batteries in 15 minutes!!!

DarkSide, did you write any review, posted pictures somewhere?

 

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DarkSide wrote:
I have the 750 and im impressed with the output. Its not as bright as SR King , although its a fair comparison. Build quality is very good. A get a little battery rattle but not too bad. The twin U2 will drain two Panasonic’s 3400mah in 45 minutes . The best feature are the pitched reflectors and the tight beam it forms..Price should continue to drop, i recommend this light if your looking at at multi emitter lights.

Wow only 45mins? Is the 3 minute step down working? Sounds like it must be driven hard…

I like. :bigsmile: Although I’m very suspicious of that step down function raining on my party if I buy it…. Flat Stare

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Hi darkside, can you share some information? Do you have a DMM for tailcap readings? Is the stepdown function working? It’s interesting what you’ve said, as the description online portrays a conservative runtime monster:

http://www.intl-outdoor.com/shadow-tc750x-double-xml-u2-1200lumnes-21865...

I’d be interested if it wasn’t softly driven.

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A month is gone and still no news on this topic!!! :~

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
A month is gone and still no news on this topic!!! :~

Indeed. Would be nice if those that have this flashlight, either by personal means or perhaps through dealership, would be able to share some information.

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turboBB73 promised to do a review of this flashlight “soon” Smile

 

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It's here now but given it arrived with a bunch of other lights, it's in my review queue. I should have preview in the coming days but in the meanwhile, any q's just ask.

Cheers,
Tim

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TurboBB, I’m really interested in any pictures of the dual head and its interior. It’s been at the back of my mind as a project light. Tc350 tube with a pair of 18350’s for one. If LED’s could be swaped out easily? Or the if the bezels are common to the SF thread pitch?

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