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Nice looking host: I'm in like All-You-Can-Eat Enchilada Wednesday at Rancho Grande!


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It sounds like the XM LEDs won’t really be suitable for flashlight use. Pity…

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I’m in, thanks!

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I’m not in; my L2m is the only P60 I need. I just wanted to say thanks for your contributions. Smile

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bump – this give away will be closed in about 10-12 hours

last chance!!

Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
Best wish, May
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PLEASE HELP ME GEARBEsT! IM LITERALLY CRYING!

 

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ok – no more replies all day – this is closed now! winner coming up shortly!!!

Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
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Soumil wrote:

PLEASE HELP ME GEARBEsT! IM LITERALLY CRYING!

 

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WINNER

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allan d!

 

please pm me and i will send you your solarforce host! Smile

Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
Best wish, May
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Soumil wrote:

PLEASE HELP ME GEARBEsT! IM LITERALLY CRYING!

 

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Congrats Allen_d.

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Congratulations!

to the winner and the 3k posts Wink

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i do not work in "reviews, deals and codes" for the time being
maybe M4D M4X will return one day, but until then:

THANK YOU FOR YEARS OF YOUR SUPPORT AND FRIENDLY CONTACTS!

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Congrats to Allen and thanks again to JMPaul!

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Don't be confused, my Username has been changed from "Cone" to "T.H.Cone".  I'm still the same clown.

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Congratulations, allan d!

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Thanks for gaw and congrats to the winner alan d.

 

I no longer need a wallet. Thanks BLF! 

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Congrats allan d and thanks jmpaul for having more to say about flashlights than 99.99% of the world's population! Surprised

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Congratulations Allan d!

Thanx Jmpaul320! Beer

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Thanks for giving the chance of winning….haha

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Thank you Justin.

Now to build another P60 with custom Star firmware, my newfound passion.

PM sent

Allan

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Nah, Im not doing it, I refuse to be happy someone else won. Silly

Lucky bastards… sassin frassin wrassin Dick Dastardly.

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Ejected Filament wrote:
Nah, Im not doing it, I refuse to be happy someone else won. Silly Lucky bastards... sassin frassin wrassin Dick Dastardly.

 

That brouht a smile to my face. Haven't heard that name in years.

I no longer need a wallet. Thanks BLF! 

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Congratulations Allan d!

Thanx Jmpaul320!

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Thank you again. The L2D will be right at home with it’s siblings. I used an older IO XML drop-in until the XML2 T6 4C on a noctigon arrives. The 10 × 7135 105c with Star firmware is just waiting for the emitter to arrive.

L2M shorty with a shortened drop-in, takes an 18500
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L2P 2 × 18650 with KD 365 nm UV

Allan

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Would you mind keeping the wrong flashlight?
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PLEASE HELP ME GEARBEsT! IM LITERALLY CRYING!

 

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allan d wrote:

L2P 2 × 18650 with KD 365 nm UV

Does this one work well?

Ive been considering one for checking my automotive AC’s. Well, thats the excuse really but it would need to do that well for the excuse to work.

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I have never tried it with the refrigerant dyes, but it works much better than 380 nm on bank notes. The output on two cells is much higher than with one cell.

Allan

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Cheers for that. It seems to be a consistent view of the KD with 2× 18650s. Im just not sure how well the 365 does 390nm dyes (the range of the dyes is supposed to be around 390nm). I read 365nm will do better fluorescing dies requiring 390nm than a 380 will do fluorescing dies requiring 365nm. But I dont know how well that translates to being the 365nm is great for the job of AC investigative light at 390-400 or whatever it is.

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I have a 380 nm drop-in that came as a package deal in a SKY RAY S-R5 host. I is better on many common items, but puts out a lot of visible light. Performs better when wearing orange or yellow glasses to block much of the visible light.

Allan

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allan d wrote:
L2P 2 × 18650 with KD 365 nm UV

I have a L2m with KD 365nm UV drop-in and two 18350 cells. It works quite well, and indeed does have much higher output on two cells.

It performs much better on all objects than a 375nm 12-LED light I got a couple years ago, but I suspect it’s not actually 375nm. Way too much visible light, and even with yellow glasses it doesn’t fluoresce a lot of items which are very bright under a 365nm light.

In any case, that’s my only P60. The form factor is a bit weird, but it’s a great way to host odd drop-ins. It’s also my only forward clicky, and I wouldn’t really want a forward clicky on any other light. With UV though, it’s nice to just briefly flash the thing to see what stands out, without draining the batteries much. I get a run time of only an hour (maybe 80 minutes), so I don’t want to leave it on for long.

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