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from my last contact with RIC he wanted

21.5usd each

5.15USD by registered HK airmail post

if we can get a group buy going. what does everyone whos interested think? i think $25 SHIPPED is a fair price .

 

Isn't that $26.20.

yes thats what Ric wants but im saying $25 would be a fair price for us.

did you purchase this light? i thought i saw your tag on their site not sure if same person.

 

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Hello guys,

Sorry , we just get back to work from holiday.

All orders for Yezl T8X have been shipped out by Registered airmail post Already. We are abit busy. I will post some close pics of this torch tomorrow.

jamesearljonesisascab:  Please send me an email to discuss the group buy thing. My email adress is cnqualitygoods@hotmail.com

 

Thanks

Ric

 

 

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Ric-CN wrote:

Hello guys,

Sorry , we just get back to work from holiday.

All orders for Yezl T8X have been shipped out by Registered airmail post Already. We are abit busy. I will post some close pics of this torch tomorrow.

jamesearljonesisascab:  Please send me an email to discuss the group buy thing. My email adress is cnqualitygoods@hotmail.com

 

Thanks

Ric

 

Hi, Ric! Could you please check my order 2011042153086? Ordered on 04/21 but still no activity yet Sad

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Zulus wrote:

Zulus wrote:

Zulus wrote:

I asked on mail.but has not got answer

This torch is authentic (genuine)? 

http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=900

I am get;receive answer?

Ric

I much hope to get answer to its question,and much hope that beside you not problems with vision ))

P.S.The Dear members of the forum ,can I shall wrong assign the question?

Ric,

I would like an answer too please. Is this a real Tiablo A9 or is it a copy?

Please answer.

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I ordered this light on the 22nd and so far all the documentation I have on the transaction is my paypal receipt. I didnt register on the site when I bought and I guess I should have but I should still get some notification that I purchased the item or that it shipped. There was an option to purchase without registering and I chose that. No email, nothing. I also tried to send Ric a PM on this site and again nothing. I imagine that the light will probably show up here someday but I would like at least a confirmation, other than my money being gone, that the order was received and dispatched.

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

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For those whose interested at buying this light, it looks like it will be $26.50 shiped w hk registry mail, he'll give $2 rebate, still working out details. So who wants one so we get an idea?

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I sent them an email yesterday and they replied today saying my light was shipped on the 26th, the day I emailed them. Of course this is contrary to Rics statement on the 25th saying they had already been shipped. They also told me I could apply for the discount when I order. I have already ordered so I am giving up on that one. That's my fault anyhow for forgetting about it when I ordered. I have a tracking number now so all looks good for getting the light anyhow.

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

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Might want to post this offer in flashlight general info or deal alerts to gain some new interest. I am still willing to give one a try although somewhat skeptical on why they are still claiming 350 lms on there site and alot of questions asked went on answered.

 

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that being a flood-to-throw, it is ipx-8 waterproof. i also doubt that it is 860 lumens, and i hope it is not just 350 with a xm-l. very interesting though.

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Anything new about group buy and/or about new developmnet Ric mention at post #10 http://budgetlightforum.com/node/2067#comment-33462  ?

Anyone alreay got Yezl T8Xyet? Please make a brief review at least.

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I think mine should show in a few days. I will be sure to post right away. I am very excited about this light.

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

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Thanks Langcjl I'm looking forward to hear from you.

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first pictures of the yelz t8 zooming xml, the dropin are good, aluminiun under the star ok

 

 

http://www.forolinternas.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1942

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That set of beam shots linked to above is not very promising. It does appear to be driven hard enough and the heat sinking looks good.

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

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Thanks for the pics moviles2, I haven't really heard a word from Ric or have gotten any more interest for this light. We'll just have to wait and see.

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Hi I am writing because I pay the amount of my order by paypal and my account still shows the order without paying

Greetings.

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The Yezl arrived today. I will reserve comments and judgement on output until it gets dark. I measure 2.21 amps at the tail cap on a 4.12V trustfire flame 2400. I measured a UF manafont XM-L 3 mode dropin with the same battery @ 3.21A. That dropin measure is pretty much in the known zone so I think the Yezl measurement is fairly accurate. Quality of the body is nothing special at all. The tailcap bezel is crenelated and the cuts are really rough with a bunch of burrs. The knurling by the head is square and seems kind if cheap. The knurling on the tailcap is ok, a diamond pattern and flat. The rear body threads are really short. The tailcap is threaded to accept twice as many threads from the body. They secure the tailcap just fine though so nothing to worry about really. Threads came lubed but really dirty and gritty. Had to be cleaned and relubed. 

           Ill post tonight with how things went in the dark.

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

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Tested out the Yezl tonight. I have never, really, been less impressed with a flashlight. This thing is so unimpressive. It does nothing well at all, The spot is really big and gets its ass kicked by my sipik cK361 Q3. I put the spot on a tree 70 yards away and then put the sipik spot on there and it is twice as bright to the eye. For flood it sucks too. A p60 XM-L blows its doors off. This light sucks. No review needed, i wouldnt even waste the time. I think that what I got was a $30 XM-L to upgrade my romisen.

these beam shots by moviles2 are accurate and show the whole crappy story. http://www.forolinternas.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1942

Its not completely usless, it does shine light. Your going to get that now and then. I have been very lucky with lights so far, so to get a dog like this every now and again is just part of the game.

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

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Langcjl wrote:

Tested out the Yezl tonight. I have never, really, been less impressed with a flashlight. This thing is so unimpressive. It does nothing well at all, The spot is really big and gets its ass kicked by my sipik cK361 Q3. I put the spot on a tree 70 yards away and then put the sipik spot on there and it is twice as bright to the eye. For flood it sucks too. A p60 XM-L blows its doors off. This light sucks. No review needed, i wouldnt even waste the time. I think that what I got was a $30 XM-L to upgrade my romisen.

these beam shots by moviles2 are accurate and show the whole crappy story. http://www.forolinternas.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1942

Its not completely usless, it does shine light. Your going to get that now and then. I have been very lucky with lights so far, so to get a dog like this every now and again is just part of the game.

Thanks for your honest opinions on this light Langcjl. I guess we'll just have to hold off on this one.

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I haven't got mine yet.

 

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There is a review coming. Stay tuned for news.

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

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I'm wondering if this one Edi-T P15-R2000 would be good enough when it comes out. Looks promising, but price might be to high for our tipical budget.

It's about size of C8. I've found it when searched for 38mm aspheric lenses which might get foyed into C8 acording to http://www.forolinternas.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1803&hilit=ultrafire+c8 .

Yesterday I've tried UltraOK zoomie to become a XM-L light. Only partly succeded. I've used 1.4A driver but got only 1.05A at tail. Nevertheless, stock optics isn't good. With some spacers I've managed to get good projection, but it was far less bright. After some reports about Yelz t8 this was expected. I've tried to put 28 and 30mm lenses in front by hand and it gets little better, so I thought even bigger lens would be needed. 38mm might be right dimension for further examinations.

Anyone knows where to get budget 38mm aspheric lenses with zero or minimal shipping costs to EU?

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ledoman wrote:

I'm wondering if this one Edi-T P15-R2000 would be good enough when it comes out. Looks promising, but price might be to high for our tipical budget.

It's about size of C8. I've found it when searched for 38mm aspheric lenses which might get foyed into C8 acording to http://www.forolinternas.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1803&hilit=ultrafire+c8 .

Looks promising... I hope they also sell it as flashlight-only (not kit).

 

 

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I got mine today. Was initially unimpressed , then I realised it had modes. high- med- low. no strobe. It isn't a C8 but it is zoomable light. You don't seem to get the tight hotspot where you can cleary see the led. Overall it is well made. Looks bright to me but I haven't tried it outside. I my recent Romisen purchase already has a snapped o ring and a faulty tail cap after a few uses so this appears to be better made.

 

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edc wrote:
I my recent Romisen purchase already has a snapped o ring and a faulty tail cap after a few uses so this appears to be better made.

The C8? From where?

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Hi there, Ric. What type of switch does the N-Light L2 has? Or it's a twistie?

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Hi Ric I was also wondering about the N-Light L2 can you tell me the diameter of the torch as well as the switch type. I purchased a Yezl Z1 from you and I really like the L2 so I wanted to know the size to compare it to the Yezl before I buy it.

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Yeah, looks like a pocket thrower with that R3 Big Smile Would be nice to know if you (will) have a R5 version too.

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NO.: 2011022316314

Been quite a few months now , just wondering whats happening ?  

Cant take 3 months to fulfil an order ?  

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NO.: 2011022316314

Been quite a few months now , just wondering whats happening ?  

Cant take 3 months to fulfil an order ?  

 

Hello old4570,

Sorry to hear that.

For shipping issue, please send email to cnqualitygoods@hotmail.com

We'll take care of you.

Thanks

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