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yep or simply rip out the PCB and metal strip Smile
Do you have an pictures or instructions on doing this? I think people that get the MKII and have protected batteries will want to do this. -Jamie M.
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I don’t understand. Why would anyone “destroy” a good protected cell instead of buying an unprotected one?

why spend more buying an unprotected when you could simply “liberate” the cell Smile

protection PCB wastes a lot of energy, just compare the graphs from HKJ so for all my single cell lights i use unprotected. and for zebras it’s even better coz they have built in overdischarge protection

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We now have Pangea Design's Pickpocket in stock! This titanium bottle opener can be used as a clip or keychain accessory. It also comes in a hex design for 1/4" wrenches or driver bits.

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How’s the MKII’s comin? Smile

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How's the MKII's comin? Smile -Jamie M.

We've emailed ZebraLight asking for an update and are waiting. The only reason we put up the pre-order is because we heard reports that other dealers were receiving their stock and  estimated ours would be shipping/arriving this week. Keep in mind everyone is free to cancel their pre-order for a full refund. 

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CalvinIS wrote:
We’ve emailed ZebraLight asking for an update and are waiting. The only reason we put up the pre-order is because we heard reports that other dealers were receiving their stock and  estimated ours would be shipping/arriving this week. Keep in mind everyone is free to cancel their pre-order for a full refund.
No rush from me Smile Looks like it’s amazing from those that have received theirs already! Hopefully ZL comes through soon for ya!

Not my pics:

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How’s the MKII’s comin? Smile -Jamie M.

We’ve emailed ZebraLight asking for an update and are waiting. The only reason we put up the pre-order is because we heard reports that other dealers were receiving their stock and  estimated ours would be shipping/arriving this week. Keep in mind everyone is free to cancel their pre-order for a full refund. 

Hi,

I’ll just leave my money where it is now, on the pre-order with you all…

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Geez it's UGLY.  I've fallen in love with what I thought were ugly lights before though.  Definitely looks like a maximum flood light.

Are there reviews of it yet?  I can't find any... 

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Geez it’s UGLY.  I’ve fallen in love with what I thought were ugly lights before though.  Definitely looks like a maximum flood light.

Are there reviews of it yet?  I can’t find any… 

Hi,

Which light are you talking about? The SC52 or the SC600, or both?

If it is one or both, I can relate… When I started (not that long ago), I kept hearing about Zebralight lights, but (1) they were expensive and (2) I thought that they looked kind of weird.

Then, eventually, I got an SC52 (from IS) and when I tried it, I went “WHOA!”. It was so darn bright(!), plus, it was A LOT smaller than a lot of the pictures that I’d seen.

So, now, even though I still think the SC52 looks somewhat odd, I love it because of (1) it’s brightness, (2) it’s size, and (3) the UI.

So, if you are talking about the Zebralight SC52, at least, I have to say that you won’t “get it” just reading about it, and looking at pictures… you really have to get it in your hand and see for yourself.

IMO

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Geez it's UGLY.  I've fallen in love with what I thought were ugly lights before though.  Definitely looks like a maximum flood light.

Are there reviews of it yet?  I can't find any... 

Hi, Which light are you talking about? The SC52 or the SC600, or both? If it is one or both, I can relate... When I started (not that long ago), I kept hearing about Zebralight lights, but (1) they were expensive and (2) I thought that they looked kind of weird. Then, eventually, I got an SC52 (from IS) and when I tried it, I went "WHOA!". It was so darn bright(!), plus, it was A LOT smaller than a lot of the pictures that I'd seen. So, now, even though I still think the SC52 looks somewhat odd, I love it because of (1) it's brightness, (2) it's size, and (3) the UI. So, if you are talking about the Zebralight SC52, at least, I have to say that you won't "get it" just reading about it, and looking at pictures... you really have to get it in your hand and see for yourself. IMO... Jim

I'm talking about the SC600 MarkII.  I think even the original 600 looks a bit nicer... and frankly I would have gone for deeper reflector in design, but oh well.

I know EXACTLY what you mean about the SC52.  I was on the lookout for a good AA/14500 for a while, and tried several.  The SC52 always looked a bit odd to me, and I couldn't stomach the price.  Until one day I decided I already spent more on AA lights I don't like, so might as well try it.

I got it, and I... I LOVED IT!  The size, seeing it for the first time, was a bit of a shock to me.  The UI took a bit to get used to, but feels well thought out.  On an eneloop it's brighter than any other AA light I have ever seen.  On 14500 it's a match to any other 14500 light.  And it won't overheat, and steps down when battery is running low!

The SC52 definitely won me over big time... unlike most lights that I would scrap if I wanted to design/upgrade one, on the sc52 only three improvements I would really love to see, and none of them are even a big deal.

So basically, as a result of me getting the SC52, zerbralight is now solidly on my radar, and the SC600II is a must have... ugly or not.  Even if I end up hating it (doubtful) I'll consider it a win to try it out, and resell for a few bucks less.

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Geez it’s UGLY.  I’ve fallen in love with what I thought were ugly lights before though.  Definitely looks like a maximum flood light.

Are there reviews of it yet?  I can’t find any… 

Hi, Which light are you talking about? The SC52 or the SC600, or both? If it is one or both, I can relate… When I started (not that long ago), I kept hearing about Zebralight lights, but (1) they were expensive and (2) I thought that they looked kind of weird. Then, eventually, I got an SC52 (from IS) and when I tried it, I went “WHOA!”. It was so darn bright(!), plus, it was A LOT smaller than a lot of the pictures that I’d seen. So, now, even though I still think the SC52 looks somewhat odd, I love it because of (1) it’s brightness, (2) it’s size, and (3) the UI. So, if you are talking about the Zebralight SC52, at least, I have to say that you won’t “get it” just reading about it, and looking at pictures… you really have to get it in your hand and see for yourself. IMO… Jim

I’m talking about the SC600 MarkII.  I think even the original 600 looks a bit nicer… and frankly I would have gone for deeper reflector in design, but oh well.

I know EXACTLY what you mean about the SC52.  I was on the lookout for a good AA/14500 for a while, and tried several.  The SC52 always looked a bit odd to me, and I couldn’t stomach the price.  Until one day I decided I already spent more on AA lights I don’t like, so might as well try it.

I got it, and I… I LOVED IT!  The size, seeing it for the first time, was a bit of a shock to me.  The UI took a bit to get used to, but feels well thought out.  On an eneloop it’s brighter than any other AA light I have ever seen.  On 14500 it’s a match to any other 14500 light.  And it won’t overheat, and steps down when battery is running low!

The SC52 definitely won me over big time… unlike most lights that I would scrap if I wanted to design/upgrade one, on the sc52 only three improvements I would really love to see, and none of them are even a big deal.

So basically, as a result of me getting the SC52, zerbralight is now solidly on my radar, and the SC600II is a must have… ugly or not.  Even if I end up hating it (doubtful) I’ll consider it a win to try it out, and resell for a few bucks less.

I feel exactly the same, it may not be pretty, but at only 20mm longer than the SC52 and 900 lumens, that’s pretty insane. Flood is more useful to me than throw, so I’m happy with the reflector and the way it outputs its lumens.

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Geez it’s UGLY.  I’ve fallen in love with what I thought were ugly lights before though.

I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks so. I love my two Zebralights, but they sure are ugly. It would help a lot to offer colors other than military drab. However, the functionality is so nice that I consider them my best lights despite how they look. (the RRT01 is a strong contender though — nicer UI for dim modes, and is pretty too)

The SC600 mkII seems to be roughly the same size as a fully-extended SK-68, only with a wider head and no narrow section on the body. I’ve EDC’d a SK-68 before, but I don’t think I’ll be getting a SC600. It’s a bit large for my EDC taste, I don’t like the clip-on clip, I already have other lights for biking (Convoy S3), it’s ugly, it takes way too many clicks to switch between sublevels (like, 14 to 18 clicks to switch between 9 and 27 lumens, or between 0.6 and 0.1), and it seems a bit redundant for me since I already have a SC52 (the SC600 only goes one step brighter, so its main appeal is run time… which the SC52 is already very good at).

However, if they ever fix the UI to allow easier access to all levels, I still might consider getting one. (use 4 level groups (high/med/low/firefly), eliminate the 12 clicks to enter programming mode, eliminate distinction between primary level and sublevel)

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I forgot to mention we have the Veleno Designs Quantum D2 on sale for only a week. These are the lowest you will be seeing these prices for a long time. 

Tax Season has come to an end. Treat yourself with our insane Veleno Designs Quantum D2 deal. Use coupon code "Taxday" for 30% off. 

The Quantum D2 is the successor to the wildly popular Quantum DD, arguably one of the best EDC lights of all time. Powered by a tiny 10180 li-ion battery, the Quantum D2 has a sapphire crystal window with a Cree XP-G2 cool white emitter at its heart. The D2 has an improved light engine and redesigned QTC assembly and magnet placement. The D2 is infinitely variable from 0 to ~150 lumens with a minimum run time of 8 minutes of the highest level. For modders, we also sell a quantum pill package which comes with the pcb board, retaining ring, and magnet.

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Any update on when those XPG-2s 5000k 3d tint are going to be back in stock?

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Any update on when those XPG-2s 5000k 3d tint are going to be back in stock?

CREE said 7-8 weeks, however we're looking at a different source and should have it within a week.

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Any update on when those XPG-2s 5000k 3d tint are going to be back in stock?

CREE said 7-8 weeks, however we’re looking at a different source and should have it within a week.


That’s great news. I’d recently looked at Cutter’s selection of XP-G2s and saw they removed the 3D from their listing Shocked
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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth. 

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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth. 

Calvin,

ALL RIGHT!!

Thanks for providing the update.

But, you said “SOME of our inventory”. Do you know if you’ll have enough to fill existing pre-orders?

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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth. 

Calvin, ALL RIGHT!! Thanks for providing the update. But, you said "*SOME* of our inventory". Do you know if you'll have enough to fill existing pre-orders?

That was the exact wording in Zebralight's email, I wish I knew what quantity "some" meant. As usual, all pre-orders will be fulfilled in the order they were received.

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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth. 

Calvin, ALL RIGHT!! Thanks for providing the update. But, you said “SOME of our inventory”. Do you know if you’ll have enough to fill existing pre-orders?

That was the exact wording in Zebralight’s email, I wish I knew what quantity “some” meant. As usual, all pre-orders will be fulfilled in the order they were received.

I kind of figured that you didn’t have that info yet, but figured I’d ask. As always, I appreciate the frankness that you all provide.

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CalvinIS wrote:
For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. … getting more information from them is like extracting teeth.

If you think that’s fun, try getting them to consider a new idea. ;P

(I’ve been trying to convince them to get rid of the 12 clicks required to enter programming mode, and instead just rotate through all sublevels with double clicks… at least on med and low modes, so it’d actually be feasible to switch from 9 to 27 lumens on the new SC600, or switch between 0.6 and 0.1 lumens… among other, less-important changes)

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CalvinIS wrote:

I forgot to mention we have the Veleno Designs Quantum D2 on sale for only a week. These are the lowest you will be seeing these prices for a long time. 

Tax Season has come to an end. Treat yourself with our insane Veleno Designs Quantum D2 deal. Use coupon code “Taxday” for 30% off. 

The Quantum D2 is the successor to the wildly popular Quantum DD, arguably one of the best EDC lights of all time. Powered by a tiny 10180 li-ion battery, the Quantum D2 has a sapphire crystal window with a Cree XP-G2 cool white emitter at its heart. The D2 has an improved light engine and redesigned QTC assembly and magnet placement. The D2 is infinitely variable from 0 to ~150 lumens with a minimum run time of 8 minutes of the highest level. For modders, we also sell a quantum pill package which comes with the pcb board, retaining ring, and magnet.

Received my Quantum D2 yesterday – wow!! love this tiny pocket rocket!! i thought the DQG AAA was small – but this is even smaller and MUCH brighter. So tiny and light – goes on my keychain and hardly know it’s there. With the discount Illumination Supply is offering i had to get one. Thanks Calvin! Comes complete with charger and battery (10180). Hurry – I believe the sale is ending very soon.

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Did Zebralight release the final details for the new SC600?

Mainly I'm curious to see what LED they end up with, and run times.

Also is there a large number of pre-orders?

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Did Zebralight release the final details for the new SC600?

Mainly I’m curious to see what LED they end up with, and run times.

Also is there a large number of pre-orders?

Main Features and Specifications

LED: Cree XM-L Cool White (Norminal CCT 6300K)
User Selectable Levels: 3 main level (High, Medium and Low). Each main level can be configured to one of its two sub-levels. Light Output High H1 900Lm for the first 5 min and then step down to 500Lm (tbd) or H2 500Lm (tbd) / 270Lm (tbd) / 4Hz Strobe Medium M1 90Lm (tbd) or M2 27Lm (tbd) / 9Lm (tbd) Low L1 3Lm (tbd) or L2 0.6Lm (tbd) / 0.1Lm (tbd) / 0.02Lm (tbd) Runtimes will be tested using ZebraLight ZL631 batteries. Light output are ANSI out the front (OTF) values. All levels are current regulated. Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V – 4.2V Battery: One 18650 size (up to 68mm long) 3.6/3.7V Li-ion rechargeable battery. Batteries are not included in the package. Parasitic Drain: Negligible (much less than the self discharging of batteries) Beam Type 80 degree spill 10 degree hot spot Dimensions Head Diameter: 30 mm Body Diameter: 25mm Length: 101.6 mm Weight tbd Features Battery capacity indicator (LED flashes 1-4 times, 4 short clicks to start) Lanyard ring Automatically stepping down from High to Medium, and from Medium to Low when battery capacity is low Builtin over-discharging protection with 2.7V cutoff Electronic soft-touch switch Smart user interface provides fast and easy access to all brightness levels Precision machined unibody casing from premium grade aluminum Durable natural hard anodized finish (Type III Class I) Ultra clear lens with anti-reflection coatings on both sides Orange peel textured reflector Battery reverse polarity protection Pocket clip Waterproof to IPX7 (2 meters, 30 minutes)

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Did Zebralight release the final details for the new SC600?

Mainly I'm curious to see what LED they end up with, and run times.

Also is there a large number of pre-orders?

Main Features and Specifications *LED: Cree XM-L Cool White (Norminal CCT 6300K)* User Selectable Levels: 3 main level (High, Medium and Low). Each main level can be configured to one of its two sub-levels. Light Output High H1 900Lm for the first 5 min and then step down to 500Lm (tbd) or H2 500Lm (tbd) / 270Lm (tbd) / 4Hz Strobe Medium M1 90Lm (tbd) or M2 27Lm (tbd) / 9Lm (tbd) Low L1 3Lm (tbd) or L2 0.6Lm (tbd) / 0.1Lm (tbd) / 0.02Lm (tbd) Runtimes will be tested using ZebraLight ZL631 batteries. Light output are ANSI out the front (OTF) values. All levels are current regulated. Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V - 4.2V Battery: One 18650 size (up to 68mm long) 3.6/3.7V Li-ion rechargeable battery. Batteries are not included in the package. Parasitic Drain: Negligible (much less than the self discharging of batteries) Beam Type 80 degree spill 10 degree hot spot Dimensions Head Diameter: 30 mm Body Diameter: 25mm Length: 101.6 mm Weight tbd Features Battery capacity indicator (LED flashes 1-4 times, 4 short clicks to start) Lanyard ring Automatically stepping down from High to Medium, and from Medium to Low when battery capacity is low Builtin over-discharging protection with 2.7V cutoff Electronic soft-touch switch Smart user interface provides fast and easy access to all brightness levels Precision machined unibody casing from premium grade aluminum Durable natural hard anodized finish (Type III Class I) Ultra clear lens with anti-reflection coatings on both sides Orange peel textured reflector Battery reverse polarity protection Pocket clip Waterproof to IPX7 (2 meters, 30 minutes)

That's all still pre-release information.... 

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Received my Quantum D2 yesterday – wow!! love this tiny pocket rocket!! i thought the DQG AAA was small – but this is even smaller and MUCH brighter. So tiny and light – goes on my keychain and hardly know it’s there. With the discount Illumination Supply is offering i had to get one. Thanks Calvin! Comes complete with charger and battery (10180). Hurry – I believe the sale is ending very soon.

Mine is being delivered today Big Smile

How appropriate that you’re comparing it to the DQG AAA, that’s what I have on my keychain right now. I think there’s room for both :bigsmile:

Thanks for the great sales guys!

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That’s all still pre-release information….

Don’t hold your breath. They haven’t even updated the page for the S6330 yet, and they’ve had three months to get data from production samples.

I’d really like it if Zebralight would pay more attention to their public interfaces, like their web site and their facebook page. Or, basically, be more like IlluminationSupply (and spend the effort to interact with the community). I wonder if their hermit tendencies are a matter of company priorities or if they’re just understaffed.

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Hi,

I was just over at the other forum, and Craig posted this morning @ 10:00:

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Zebralight said they were shipping some units to us next week!

Craig

About the SC600 Mkii

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Hi, I was just over at the other forum, and Craig posted this morning @ 10:00:
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Zebralight said they were shipping some units to us next week! Craig
About the SC600 Mkii

That's the same as what I posted earlier on Thursday.

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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth.

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Hi, I was just over at the other forum, and Craig posted this morning @ 10:00:
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Zebralight said they were shipping some units to us next week! Craig
About the SC600 Mkii

That’s the same as what I posted earlier on Thursday.

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For everyone waiting on the SC600MKII, we finally got an update from Zebralight after several emails. They told us that we would be a getting some of our inventory the coming week. Again I apologize for the delay as getting more information from them is like extracting teeth.

Hi,

Ok, thanks. That post on the other forum was from today, so I wasn’t sure if that was new news and which week was the “next” week.

Apologies for any confusion.

Jim

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Hi, Ok, thanks. That post on the other forum was from today, so I wasn't sure if that was new news and which week was the "next" week. Apologies for any confusion. Jim

No problem Jim, I could see why there would be confusion. Sometimes there's a delay in communication between me and Craig and we post at different times.

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