New good looking P60 hosts, derivated from... ¿502b and L2?

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New good looking P60 hosts, derivated from... ¿502b and L2?

Hi guys

Those flashlights arrived at DX.

These FandyFire are P60 hosts which seems to be derivate from 502B and L2. They look very good. They seems to be mechanized in different way. Look at the head and tailcap. Dont know the heatsinking capabilities:


FandyFire F102 R2 5 mode http://www.dealextreme.com/p/fandyfire-f102-cree-r2-wc-5-mode-250-lumen-...

FandyFire F101 R2 5 mode http://www.dealextreme.com/p/fandyfire-f101-cree-r2-wc-5-mode-250-lumen-...

I can say that they are the best looking P60 host I have seen.

 

Semi-offtopic: Also arrived another C2 with XML

UniqueFire C2 XM-L 3 mode http://www.dealextreme.com/p/uniquefire-c2-xm-lt6-3-mode-750-lumen-white...

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Hey, I dig that C2 XM-L.  If it does not say Fandyfart on it (looks like it doesn't) I might consider it.  Why does it have a dark spot in the middle of the spot?  Because of the flat base reflector?  I really like this flashlight.  Also; does the market really demand a strobe?  Is that why every multi-mode Chinese light has a flashy strobe, because your buyers absolutely must have this feature?  Not a deal killer for me but if it was high-med-low it would be a deal enhancer.  I would think a seller might prefer the latter.

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Poor FandyFire marketing guys.

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

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You know, for not too much money I would imagine they could make use of one/some of us as a consultant to write presentation copy for thier listings and/or help them avoid train wrecks like Fandyfire.

Jim? (or any of the others)  I'm available and I guarantee you, people would respond differently if I wrote your listing descriptions.

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Flashlight Foy wrote:

Jim? (or any of the others)  I'm available and I guarantee you, people would respond differently if I wrote your listing descriptions.

ImjustsayinFoy

....and the World is really hanging out for FandyFoy flashlights.

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Yeah, well, they could avoid it rather easily.

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Yep, I like the UniqueFire C2, it looks better than the previous C2 shown at DX (brynite C2 which the LED is feed with only 1,5A).

If really this UF C2 is feed 2,8A to the led it will be another good candidate. With SMO reflector... yeah!

I think it will not be as throwy as the C8 because the reflector is a bit swallow compared to the C8, but it will be more floodier... despite it has SMO reflector

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Flashlight Foy wrote:

You know, for not too much money I would imagine they could make use of one/some of us as a consultant to write presentation copy for thier listings and/or help them avoid train wrecks like Fandyfire.

Jim? (or any of the others)  I'm available and I guarantee you, people would respond differently if I wrote your listing descriptions.

ImjustsayinFoy

Not picking on you at all since you are my favorite foy ....

but

12 year olds could make up better descriptions than poor  computer translaters ..

 then a hung over soccer moms...

and finally .. the fantastic foyer'.

Ya get what you pay foy.

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Flashlight Foy wrote:

narcissistFoy

FoyFire!

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Whatever opinions may be, I know how to draw/retain web traffic in that format.  There are few things I feel more confident about.

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