Any source for cheap C2 style flashlights ?

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usermode
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Any source for cheap C2 style flashlights ?

Hi,

do you know where can i buy cheap c2 flashlight with xm-l ?
I know only 2 sources: kaidomain 19,46$ http://www.kaidomain.com/product/details.S020177
dealextreme 24,12$
http://dx.com/p/uniquefire-c2-xm-lt6-3-mode-750-lumen-white-led-flashlight-with-strap-1-x-18650-59485?item=15

There are pretty expensive, at this price we can get two C8…

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ok, i found something like this

UltraFire C2 T6 1200LM OP 5-Mode LED Flashlight

ordered, we will see what i get for 17,15$ shipped

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Ehhm. This is just a question from a guy who does not have a C8. What is the difference between C8 and C2 ???

C2 looks a little shorter to me but thats it. Is that correct?

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It has also smaller head diameter ~34mm which makes this flashlight perfect for cycling.

I like c2 for:
-better throw than p60 and also more flood than c8
-excellent heat dissipation (pil screwed into the body)

i dont know why this light is such unpopular

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I did not know it was unpopular but I definitely understand the wish for small and semi floody lights for biking. I just asked because I did not know the difference. TY for clarifying that Smile

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