Pretty incredible deal on the Ultrafire UF-H2 (similar to Zebra H501), Only $16

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Got two without the boxes. No problem, less garbage.

I think the most has been said before and they work perfectly.

Thanks a lot for the deal!

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Wow, I should check out this sub-forum more often, this flashlight looks amazing at $16...too bad I missed it.

 

Ive wanted one in that shape for a looooooooooooong time where the head part is at a right angle.  I wish more flashlights were like this because its kind of rare.

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http://www.nzrimfire.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1911

did try to set one up here on our kiwi forum, but did not get much support.

Not sure if the coupon still works or not

II'z

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Doesn't work anymore. Frown

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Dam, i missed this :(. Ordered A KD c8, a DRY and as finishing touch a great headlight as this would have finished it all off :). Gonna check this subforum more often!

 

 
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Hi

They should do a group buy again for this baby. Im sure will be a real success (again).

I know I want some ...

Anybody?

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torelu wrote:

Hi

They should do a group buy again for this baby. Im sure will be a real success (again).

I know I want some ...

Anybody?

 

I would get one.

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UFH3 is better

 

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Gurus in Electronics: any idea where I could get a new micro-switch for my firends UF-H2?

His boy ate the rubber cap and smashed an apple with the light : light is constantly on / ramping :bigsmile:

Rubber caps needed also, thanks!!

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i missed it..

 

i've ordered a UF headband instead..

*FMI* i got 4 i/o sh
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I wouldnt mind on buying one either, so Im waiting :D!

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vēer wrote:

I wouldnt mind on buying one either, so Im waiting :D!

 

If you can get it for under US$40 delivered (including all taxes/fees) it is very well worth the money. If you can't. Buy a Zebralght H50/51 (r whatever the numbers are up to these days)

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0ApkFM37n_QnRdDU5MDNzOURjYllmZHI...

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kreisler wrote:

i missed it..

By around 7 months Wink

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i heard that the parasitic drain is quite substantial (e.g. after 4 weeks) Wink

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Yep, if you forget to lock it out... threads are anodized. 1 or 2 turns at the tailcap stops parasitic drain.

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Any more good group buys going on, or planned for soon?

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I was going to say yes, but having read the caution above by the person who wrote

> PWM  ... definitely not for use as a headlight for when I'm working in the workshop....

> ... not fun at all with a strobing light.

I'd've skipped it.

 

Not to mention it's an old long-dead topic that got revived somehow.

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Don wrote:

vēer wrote:

I wouldnt mind on buying one either, so Im waiting :D!

 

If you can get it for under US$40 delivered (including all taxes/fees) it is very well worth the money. If you can't. Buy a Zebralght H50/51 (r whatever the numbers are up to these days)

Thanks but for 30$ Id rather get Fenix HL21, not quite the same versatility form-factor wise as H2, but still from reputable brand and much better looking spec-wise IMO for that price+has warranty.

If it goes on sale for 16$ then I might consider, tho some comments regarding switch issues and PWM made me wonder+short battery life on HI with NiMh (~1.5h?!) is not that steller either!

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