$59.88 Crelant 7G5MT MT-G2 P0 Noctigon !

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$59.88 Crelant 7G5MT MT-G2 P0 Noctigon !

Special discount from intl-outdoors.

$129.80 $77.88 with discount but only $59.88 with -$18 BLF special discount ! The extra extra bonus is the noctigon copper star with the highest flux bin MT-G2. :bigsmile:

Edited by: Omega_17 on 09/30/2013 - 04:09
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Wow..great price..

Finally something cheap at intl.outdoor. (compared to competitors)

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How does the BLF discount work at IOS?

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I’d imagine this is a pretty warm beam with far less lux than the XM-L(2)s?

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That is an amazing price, though the Bort cannot spare that kind of cash Sad
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How does the BLF discount work at IOS?

You just have to click the option on the product page. I have only seen this special discount on this light so far.
It should be a a way to reduce price without Crelant noticing and complaining about minimum retail price policy.
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to bad my budget is really tight right now Silly

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WOW this is amazing.

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SOLD OUT.
Damn good price. Was this a modded model form intl-outdoor or noctigon is a Crelant standard?

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This is what I have wondered, I just ask them the question but I think it is a upgrade custom version with more lumens but at 5000k instead of 4500k stock.
Since I create this thread the stock went down very fast. :bigsmile:

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Omega_17 wrote:
...... but at 5000k instead of 4500k stock. ......

4500K MT-G2 does not exist, in my post here  you can see the manufactured MT-G2s.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/21371#comment-387042

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So crelant is lying in their ads :

Or maybe they randomly put 4000k or 5000k LED so they display a average number instead, sound more plausible. Or it could depend of the random manufacturing tolerance.

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Looking at their childish ads, they probably have little idea what they’re talking about.

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Omega_17 wrote:
..........Or maybe they randomly put 4000k or 5000k LED so they display a average number instead, sound more plausible. ..................

Could be because of that. You can see that any top manufacturer basically mixes up tints, while on the budget side of flashlights we get picky and we do not want 2S tint but want 1C and we do not 1B but rather 1A and we can basically choose based on personal preference, you have no such control or awareness on jetbeam, swm, etc. flashlights.

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Sold out very fast. Shocked

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Rusty Joe wrote:
I’d imagine this is a pretty warm beam with far less lux than the XM-L(2)s?

There is no way you can compare the two leds. An MTG-2 compared to a XML-2 is a wall of light and makes an XML-2 look like a laser beam either though it is not. I love the MTG-2 as a all round light if you’re not after a light that shines 500 yards.

 

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It looks like the IOS one dropped this line in the specs:

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Tactical tailcap high mode switch and mode changing infinitely variable brightness

I wonder if that omission was on purpose (i.e., does the driver in the IOS light not have the infnitely variable brightness?

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Its the same driver.

Reply from IOS :

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This 7G5MT light uses our own stock of MT-G2 P0 LEDs, so in that regard may be different than Crelant’s. The output should be similar because the circuitry is the same, however this one has a better heatsink and will hold the same brightness more than the stock one in ANSI terms. This model is 5000K 2Step MacAdam which is the most accurate one from CREE’s inventory.
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i see this one sold out before the map police could arrive!

Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
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I saw this thread only today.
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Has anyone got theirs yet?

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I got mine Friday. Awesome light, the head gets hot fast thanks to the the noctigon star.

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Omega_17 wrote:
I got mine Friday. Awesome light, the head gets hot fast thanks to the the noctigon star.

Thanks for the update. Mine’s still sitting at “Origin Post” on USPS, but Track Checker says it went from Shanghaii, to HK, and then to Singapore, and then left Singapore about 10 days ago, but no update since then, so it’s been taking a tour of the Far East apparently :)…