110mm head 3 emitter 6x18650. Crazy huge light

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110mm head 3 emitter 6x18650. Crazy huge light

This thing is just insane anyone seen one before?

http://www.powerwholesale.net/palight-bg003-3x-cree-mce-led-flashlight-p...

Not that I plan on forking over the change to see what it’s about but holy guacamole. Now that would make an interesting host for 3xMT-G2

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Would this hurt throw?

The low mode should be lower.

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I would imagine it would but by how much I don’t know and with MT-G2’s I wouldn’t be going for throw so much as a huge spot with medium range throw at best. It’s just a crazy light altogether. It’s like something a mad scientist would dream up.

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Hmm 3 MCEs, and in a Shocker sized reflector.
The 6*18650s is good for MTG2s.
However I measured the Shocker head at 103mm and there’s a much smaller gap between the edge of the reflector wells and the bezel.

But that being said, even with the OP reflector it would still have a lot of throw just because the reflector itself is huge. You may lose quite a bit of output though due to the fairly aggressive OP reflector.

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If this thing has a 110mm head, the outside of the reflectors has a diameter of 90mm.  BTU Shocker is 84mm.

The low mode should be lower.

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I think the aggressive op reflector is to get rid of the mce cross (four die emitter remember). I think it’d give a lovely beam with mt-g2, assuming they fit ok.

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If that black part around the emitter is the centering ring, MT-G2 will fit just fine. Going to be slightly heavy though J)
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AliExpress:
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/PALIGHT-BG-003-3X-CREE-MCE-LED-Flashlight-torch/336347618.html
Man, that is begging for an SMO reflector.

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now that is my kind of light! not my kind of price though

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Pulsar wrote:

now that is my kind of light! not my kind of price though

The one of the other website was $155 not including shipping. I sent them an e-mail and told them it was outdated and would be gathering dust so they should quote me a better price. :bigsmile:

If I could pick it up for $100 I would buy it.

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Waiting for somebody to say they would get it if only it had moonlight mode and a pocket clip. Laughing

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Gj wrote:

Waiting for somebody to say they would get it if only it had moonlight mode and a pocket clip. Laughing

Ok. If it had moonlight mode and a pocket clip I would get it. Flat Stare

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I did find a sale site with it sold with two (I’m guessing based on ma rating) 32650 cells, I did like the tri bored tube, that’s a nice bit of work there.

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that is a crazy huge light hahah. how did you find it anyways?

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Wowweee. I am curious for beamshots with those MCE! Would be a great candidate for the new MKR!
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I think this a copy of Xtar D-30 howitzer,looks identical in every way.I'm on mobile right now no link,but a little googling will find it for ya.This would be the host to have for a triple MT-G2Cool

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Looks like a great host for a triple MT-G2 Smile

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but Xtar D-30 howitzer had the worst possible heatsinking, if I remember correctly it was a floating dropin
check this with a translator Smile http://forum.fotonmag.cz/index.php?showtopic=1881&hl=howitzer

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Ouch, that is not a great thermal design. Bummer.

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janko.hrasko wrote:
but Xtar D-30 howitzer had the worst possible heatsinking, if I remember correctly it was a floating dropin check this with a translator Smile http://forum.fotonmag.cz/index.php?showtopic=1881&hl=howitzer

Wow thanks for finding that. What a terrible design.

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Bringing this one back from the dead.. at the time of the last comment, XHP70’s didn’t exist.

There were assumptions made that it shared the same thermal design as the howitzer, but I’ve not seen any solid evidence of this. (there may still be hope)

From my hi-tech microsoft paint pixel counting calculations, each reflector is about 50mm in diameter. I think this would be an awesome XHP70 triple host with the 2s3p cells and POTENTIALLY good thermal management.

Anybody have anything to add? Any volunteers for do a review? Evil

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Interesting. I have not seen anyone get this light to test as of yet. And as you said, now we have the more powerful XHP70, added with that OP huge reflector and six 18650 cell capacity, this could be a monster in the making. (as long as it don’t have that howitzer heat sink failed design.

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really surprised no one has done any crazy mods I’d like to as well see the xhp70 and the xhp50 what they could do with some of the newer high drains.

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light junkie wrote:
really surprised no one has done any crazy mods I’d like to as well see the xhp70 and the xhp50 what they could do with some of the newer high drains.

i need a supplier to give me one to review first then to mod one with XHP70’s, :bigsmile:

But as my job ends at the end of this week my purchases of any new lights will be impossible until i can get back on my feet.

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DBSAR wrote:
light junkie wrote:
really surprised no one has done any crazy mods I’d like to as well see the xhp70 and the xhp50 what they could do with some of the newer high drains.

i need a supplier to give me one to review first then to mod one with XHP70’s, :bigsmile:

But as my job ends at the end of this week my purchases of any new lights will be impossible until i can get back on my feet.

Maybe you can catch up on some reading when you get laid off? Wink

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