WTS: 2010ish Elektrolumens Firesword 3000 lumens flashlight - $200

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WTS: 2010ish Elektrolumens Firesword 3000 lumens flashlight - $200

This was a gift one year at Google. You can see the google on the head. I’ve never used it and now that I am cleaning up, it’s time to give this a new home. I put four 18650 batteries in to make sure that it works. I don’t remember what LEDs are in this flashlight.

It seems to be a single on/off and the base twists for on/off.

I am asking $200 for the flashlight, including shipping.

The Tenergy charger and four 18650 batteries are $25 + shipping (14 oz). Free shipping if purchased with flashlight.

Sold separately or together.

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https://picasaweb.google.com/107855960503641197230/FireswordFlashlight

Location: Silicon Valley

Edited by: a1penguin on 05/10/2015 - 01:28
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That light is asking for a XHP50 upgrade.

a1penguin wrote:
I don’t remember what LEDs are in this flashlight.
MCE?
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Not easy to upgrade that, the leds may very well be MC-E (non-standard footprint), and it looks like they are mounted on the electronics board.

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djozz wrote:

Not easy to upgrade that, the leds may very well be MC-E (non-standard footprint), and it looks like they are mounted on the electronics board.

You are correct.
http://elektrolumens.com/FireSword-V/FireSword-V.html
FireSword-V

Powered from four 18650 Lithium-Ion Rechargable Batteries (Not included):
New ‘Battle Axe’ Quad amperage regulation circuit board! Each LED is regulated independently from each other. In case of an LED failure (rare), you will not be left in the dark. Two power levels:

Low power setting: 1A, 1,000 lumens (35% of high power) High power setting: 2.8A, 3000 lumens (approximate)
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Nice light.   I would dare to call it more than just a little relevant still.    MCEs are a tad old school, but 3000 lumens is still a sweet light that easily falls into the high powered category.

I see a lot of fine craftsman ship in this light.   Many many hours of development, and a good bit of time even making it.    Looks to me like there is enough heat sinking there to make it a usable light even on the 3K setting.

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Are the four 18650’s you have protected? And could you tell me the brand. Thanks a bunch. (I’m interested in both the light and the batteries; that’s why I’m asking.)

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These are brand new Tenergy 18650s and they say protected. I poked a hole in the wrapper and reading 3.78 V.

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Really old thread I know, but is this light still available?

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Glenn7 wrote:

Really old thread I know, but is this light still available?

The OP hasn't logged in for 1 year and 8 months, so I think you're out of luck.  :-)

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Hmm thanks raccoon
maybe I’ll post a WTB on both sites Thumbs Up