Ultrafire 3*18650 Shortie.

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Ultrafire 3*18650 Shortie.

Is this new?   I certainly have not seen it before.

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Discontinued.......shame really, if only because it'd make a mean 1,2,3,4 or 5 XM-l hostSurprised

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No, it's old. Sold out there but $90-100 elsewhere.

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I couldn't agree more.   A straight-line 3 cell is too much like a bat for my liking but the shortie 3 cells all look terrific to me and are easier to carry and use.   Its funny really, the shortie 3xAAA's are among the cheapest lights around so surely its time that shortie 3x18650 bodies started getting less expensive.

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A good, budget shorty 3x18650 would be interesting even with older, XP-G emitter.

Would have tons of runtime!

Slimmer body, not too large reflector and size would be very bearable. Would make a nice light for blackouts.