LED Flashlight Torch (3*18650),How about is this.

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LED Flashlight Torch (3*18650),How about is this.

It says:Aerospace Grade Aluminum Body with Anti Scratching Type III Hard Anodization

Is it true?

http://www.brandsdragon.com/products/product_30243.htm

 


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Probably not.

lol.

But the finishing on the body is the least of your worries, these days the TrustFire TR-1200 has a terrible driver which fails to push out anywhere near the light capable from those emitters.

Also.. A very strange first post.

 

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Don't know about the aluminum, but all these generic WF-500/600/700/800/900/1200 bodies are type II anodizing.

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Thanks man..

I am a rookie who know a little about FLASHILIGHT

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No doubt that this is Anti Scratching.

Flashlight may bring me a sunshine~

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I got it... thks

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Aloha and welcome to BLF hzxpop!

 

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If you still like to have one of these. Here is the optional solution:

Get an empty TR-1200 body tube (for ex at LT for 13 bucks) and get the 5xR2 drop-in from DX (for around 33 bucks) . You will end up with a great flashlight that has roughly twice the light output of the above specimen.

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what is the price?

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Sorry I didn't have time to search for it right away.

http://www.lightake.com/detail.do/sku.TrustFire_TR_1200_Flashlight_Body_...

http://www.dealextreme.com/p/5-cree-r2-5-mode-1200-lumen-white-light-dro...

This two items together will give a flashlight with roughly around 1000 lumens. That's a bit brighter than the latest XM-L lights. I have both, the original and this version. The original version is just around half that bright and doesn't worth th money. Note, both suppliers (LT and DX) have free shipping.

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hzxpop wrote:

Thanks man..

I am a rookie who know a little about FLASHILIGHT

 

We wre all rookies once and some like me know littleTongue out

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do you want to buy of this???

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welcome to budget light forums . we are glad to have you here .

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Laughingthanks very much!

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Boaz wrote:

welcome to budget light forums . we are glad to have you here .

doko ni iru no ?

di jo bu....   Anata no kazoku wa daijōbudesu ka?

Whata da pukka yu saya?

 

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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fishinfool wrote:

Boaz wrote:

welcome to budget light forums . we are glad to have you here .

doko ni iru no ?

di jo bu....   Anata no kazoku wa daijōbudesu ka?

Whata da pukka yu saya?

 

LMAO! Now you're speaking my language! :bigsmile:

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Actually the tought of learning Chinese crossed my mind a few times. Unfortunately vanished as soon i was trying to learn logograms (hanzi?).

But it's fun! When someone ask me for a manual i say:

Iit's right there.

...But it's in Chinese!!!

Yes, but don't worry it's simplified...

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