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gords1001 wrote:
I got this yesterday:- http://forum.difflock.com/viewtopic.php?p=710317#710317 :bigsmile:

That is an awesome rig, I wish we had more turbo diesel options for offroaders in the states. I love my old XJ Jeep it was next to impossible to find a stick shift 4.0 liter 6 banger it took me almost 2 years of searching.

I am already visualizing the duct tape over your mouth.

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It’s under tyred and needs an intercooler, and the pump turning up but I got it for less than the average price of a stocker. Stick my winch on at weekend then its ready for the school run….. :bigsmile:

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I got package from Verosale:

- 2 x Silver Sipik SK68 clone (Says "Ultrafire", 3 Mode)

- Poplite diving light clone (Yellow, with 4 x AA included - even though not mentioned in the description!)

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I have got 2 of these battery cases for 12 AAs each. They are really nice made. It looks and feels very sturdy. The inside is made of rubber, so the batteries don’t rattle inside. Protected 14500 fit also nicely.
http://www.batteryjunction.com/tpea-taacase.html

I have got my first Nitecore light: The EC1.
http://www.batteryjunction.com/nitecore-ec1-explorer.html

A quite big SMO reflector, but very tiny overall. The switches could be a bit more sensitive for my taste, but the UI sure is a winner. Another interesting part is the tailcap thread. Steep, wide and square cut, it needs just one turn to close the cap. The red power indicator light flashes once all six seconds, making it easy to find the flashlight in the dark. This can be either switched off, or permanetly on. The strobe and SOS modes are hidden.
I will probably get the 2AA version too.

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I got a UniqueFire UF-V1 from Tmart today. It’s a really sharp looking light and very bright can’t wait for dark…. http://www.tmart.com/UniqueFire-V1-CREE-T6-10W-1200-Lumen-5-Modes-Waterproof-Flashlight-Silver-and-Brown-118650_p148185.html

 

 

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rikr wrote:
I got a UniqueFire UF-V1 from Tmart today. It’s a really sharp looking light and very bright can’t wait for dark…. http://www.tmart.com/UniqueFire-V1-CREE-T6-10W-1200-Lumen-5-Modes-Waterproof-Flashlight-Silver-and-Brown-118650_p148185.html
That’s way too much that they are asking for that light. You can get it on ebay easily for $16-$23. Tmart need to drop the price majorly. Awesome little light though!
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JohnnyMac wrote:
rikr wrote:
I got a UniqueFire UF-V1 from Tmart today. It’s a really sharp looking light and very bright can’t wait for dark…. http://www.tmart.com/UniqueFire-V1-CREE-T6-10W-1200-Lumen-5-Modes-Waterproof-Flashlight-Silver-and-Brown-118650_p148185.html
That’s way too much that they are asking for that light. You can get it on ebay easily for $16-$23. Tmart need to drop the price majorly. Awesome little light though!
I just looked on ebay and here’s what I came up with, I know there are cheaper ones and then you have the SkyRay version the A0 or something like that….

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p4712.m570.l1313&_nkw=Uniquefire+...

 

 

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I got this and this and also this Wink

 

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I got the giveaway XTAR TZ20 just today! This light is absolutely great! Low mode is perfect and this is my first forward clicky light.

Not exactly in the budget light range but quality is top notch.

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I got my skyray king today…I think I have as bright a flashlight as I will ever need. This thing is being noticed by people a whole city block away! Best purchase I have ever made ( except for that 1979 Honda CBX demo a grand under list). I am waiting on it to get dark,,,but will there ever really be darkness again? Yeah, I like it.

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On April 27th I ordered some 1A boards with and without mcu’s from Dx along with 8 35mm op reflectors. In may I got the boards and finally today I got the reflectors. Also picked up some 1/4” Alu plate stock from local scrap yard. A couple of days ago I received some 5V voltage regulators that look just like amc 7135’s. I initially ordered the boards for sandwich makings(I sometimes have toast) but I’m also trying out an alternative plan for making smoke that makes use of the voltage regulator chips. The reflectors and plate are for a 7 or 8 x XML dive light that I may attempt to reflow to copper slugs that are then set into the plate. I also picked up an order from Kd that included some of those little stator spacers for XML’ and some for xpg’s along with 2 uv dropins and 2 bare blue LEDs. The “violet” dropin is pretty dim. The stators fit the chips very well and have a slightly raised circle that seems to fit well in xre holes. If the direct reflow does not work out, I may be ordering 8 16mm round XML bare boards. The pills for the dropins do not have the same thread pitch as the 35R’s. Looks like the dropins are 24tpi and the 35R’s are 32tpi or similar metric sizes.

Three Tanna leaves to give him life, nine to give him movement. But what if he eats the whole bag?

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I got my TN11S today. Love at first sight! :bigsmile:

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Monday i got a second hand Canon 70-300 L IS, and today i got 4 Trustfire 3000mAh 18650 batteries from MF (ordered for the Fandyfire UV-S5 “King”).

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2x Tank007 E09 gun gray. Won in the lottery - reflectors are both flawless. :party:

Congrats Horst!!

My cannongray was shipped by DD today .. and i am still looking for the preview photo lol

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I got a couple Nanjg 105C drivers to replace all the ones I used on the UF2100 deal

I am already visualizing the duct tape over your mouth.

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E1320 wrote:
I got a couple Nanjg 105C drivers to replace all the ones I used on the UF2100 deal

!{width:100%}http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd395/erikkress/Picture118-1.jpg!


Whoa! 8)
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I came home from a short vacation,

 

during which I had got:

1. Fenix E05 from DD:

 

2. Another yellow diving light from eBay seller

- looks remarkably better made than my earlier one

- has a bit different design

 

and 

3. Some packet from China (at local post office - let's see what that could be - I don't remember, really LOL

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I got a box of cool stuff for my lathe. A couple of nice sets of cutting tools, a live center and a bunch of really nice pieces of stock to get started with. All courtesy of ChicagoX. That was one very heavy package. My wife tried not to let on but she was a little worried about what I may be up to when she lifted that package from the box. Thanks CX, a very nice gesture from a nice guy.

Piers said " ....but who wants enough light, when you have the option for far too much "

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I got a hd2010 from hi-etech on eBay todAy. Ordered last Friday. Looks great. No dings or scratches. Reflector looks great.

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2 x UF C3 SS from BLF deal alert

Ps. The yesterday's mystery package was two additional Ganzo G706s (Exduct was again faster than expected!)

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manafont sell this light for $31 and the better quality v1 version for $45.

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2 x UF C3 SS from BLF deal alert

Ps. The yesterday’s mystery package was two additional Ganzo G706s (Exduct was again faster than expected!)

Have got my two G706 also. Nice, I’m very satisfied with this.

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I got my UFH6 yesterday. 5 Days 12 hours from order to delivery. That has to be a record.
Today I got my fandyfire hd2010 3 xml from Tmart. Nice 3xml but I don’t need it. Only bought it as I got a giftcard.

 

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i got 2 tank007 e09s HML w/memory
tried a trustfire 10440 and even though it worked i could not get the cell out. had to use a pick.
aaas work ok.

03/04/16 

 

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Order placed with Manafont on 7/13. Order recieved today.

Small Sun ZY-T16. Xml flashlight. The head of this light looks just like a UF-T60. It throws really really good. Runs on 1 or 2 26650’s.

UniqueFire UF-S7. Bright. Bright. Bright. I’m running it on 2 26650s now. Its debatable between this one an the TRJ12 just eye balling it.

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Cooter wrote:
UniqueFire UF-S7. Bright. Bright. Bright. I’m running it on 2 26650s now. Its debatable between this one an the TRJ12 just eye balling it.

That one’s on the top of my list. I have $74 in MF ponts now, and I’ll be using those to pick up a multi-XML flooder and the S7 looks like it should do nicely. How about a full review? 8)


Keepin’ the “B” in BLF

Don wrote:
It sounds like the XM LEDs won’t really be suitable for flashlight use. Pity…

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Horst Horstmann wrote:
How much force did you use? If it's been a grey protected TF10440 - they're too -beaucoup- long. But you can solve that quite easy, just make a little split ring out of a paperclip and put it into the head. The split ring has to be small enough to get it in there and big enough to be hold in position by the threads: !http://i.minus.com/ibviPiRFCDeeXt.jpg![/quote]

Nice foto Horst, nice split ring! it looks so kreisl-round, how did you do it? Amazing handicraft. I've quoted your post in the E09 review for reference. this is maybe even better than copper sealing washers!

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I’ve got lots of things yesterday but I dont want to be off-topic

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Horst Horstmann wrote:
kreisler wrote:
how did you do it?
!{width:100%}http://i.minus.com/ixXv7cmlI6oJs.jpg![/quote]

Wink

*FMI* i got 4 i/o sh

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