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djozz wrote:

I like that one (though a bit on the heavy side). Is there a seller for it that accepts Paypal?

I was in contact with them before. They take PayPal. Here are some emails to try. Maybe you can start a group buy? :bigsmile:
info@szobm.com
Junia obm@szobm.com
sales2@shenzhen-wholesale.com
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Here you go. Smile

http://szobm.en.alibaba.com/product/60152730337-200275902/Wholesale_OEM_...

http://www.szobm.cn/product/60152730337-200275902/Wholesale_OEM_LED_Flas...

I would be in for at least two pieces if we did a groupbuy on this one. 8)
Depending on quality, specs and price of course Wink

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Bytheway: are you really asking Djozz to do yet another GB? :bigsmile: Wink Silly

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i contacted them – lets see what comes back

i also asked if he has a better sincke cell – single emitter throwing flashlight.

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Heres my version of a C8 running a 14500. http://budgetlightforum.com/node/18061

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Any update on this interesting thread?

—>Just to keep this topic on the top of the “recent post” list Wink

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I’m really interested in a nice big thrower like a courui D01 with a nicely driven xp-l.
I’d already have a couple single cell lights so an awesome 3cell big headed thrower would be a great addition to the (small) collection.
I was/am planning to buy one and mod it myself but if we could do a SE GB, that would be perfect.
Although I think, I would buy anyway it as long as it is a big headed thrower within a reasonable price range 0:) .

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got answer -but a Ultrafire HD2010 for 49 USD???

 

According to your requirement, below are two models for your review. 

Model No. QuantityUnit PriceShipping Cost Delivery TimeTotal Cost
SKU 106371pcs32.00USD/PC18.00USD(HK DHL)3-5 Days50.00USD
SKU 56051pcs31.00USD/PC18.00USD(HK DHL)3-5 Days49.00USD

SKU 10637 (You select on Alibaba)

Color: Black
Material: Aluminum Alloy
LED Type : CREE L2 LED 
Mode: High-Mid-Low-Strobe-SOS
Feature: Outdoor Lighting
Switch: Press Switch
Battery: 1*3.7V 18650 Battery (not include)
Net Weight: 230g
Package Weight: 250g
Product Size: 160mm(L) * 62mm(D)*28mm(D)
Package: 
1*LED Flashlight Torch

 

10637.jpg

 

 

SKU 5605

1.Brand Name:UltraFire

2.Model No.: HD2010

3.LED: Cree XM-L T6 

4.Color: Titanium

5.Switch Location: Tail-cap

6.Lamp Cup:Smooth Cup

7.Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating.

8.Mode Arrangement:    High > Mid > Low > Fast Strobe > SOS

9.Case material: Durable aircraft-grade aluminum.

10.Battery: 1 x 18650 Lithium ion battery (not include)

11.Waterproof: Accord to IPX-8 standard.

12.Dimensions: 161mm (L) x 64mm (HD) x 35mm (TD).

13.Weight(g):300/360

 

QQ20150813120853.jpg

 

  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Logo: Customized
  • Payment: Paypal, T/T, Credit Card
  • Quality Assurance: Check twice before shippment

 

Cellia Chen

Shenzhen Zhangyang Technology Co.,Ltd 
Tel: +86-183 1662 9253 | Fax:+86-755- 2573 9272 | Skype: zhao.jack6 
Website: www.shenzhen-wholesale.com 
Address: Room 17A,Block A windows to Mordernization plaza.,Huaqiang North Road , Futian District ,Shenzhen, China 

 

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Now that we know the sku, I found it on their other website.

http://www.shenzhen-wholesale.com/cree-l2-led-980lm-5-mode-flashlight-torch_sku10637.html

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I have forwarded L2 2x26650 model link to Neal 2 weeks ago. Let's wait for good news.

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Any custom BLF light should have square cut threads, not the cheap skinny sh*tfire threads.

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freeme wrote:

I have forwarded L2 2×26650 model to Neal 2 weeks ago. Let’s wait for the good news.


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Jubeldum wrote:
Any custom BLF light should have square cut threads, not the cheap skinny sh*tfire threads.

You tell’em PAL!!! :bigsmile:

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KawiBoy1428 wrote:
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Any custom BLF light should have square cut threads, not the cheap skinny sh*tfire threads.
You tell’em PAL!!! :bigsmile:

If a UranusFire S3 clone can have them, why can’t the rest of them?

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UranusFire….

Sounds like a medical condition I should speak to my physician about.

That price on an HD2010 seems really high.. especially unmodded in any way. I’d way rather have a Courui D01.

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I think that I like this thread better.

The other light is too big for a pocket (as is this one), but at least this one does not pretend.

Thanks,
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Agreed.. if I wanted a pocket thrower, I’d mod a C8 or something.

I want a BIG head Monster Budget thrower. I’m talking 65mm or larger reflector diameter.. 70-80mm is better.

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I would like a blf trower . Personally i like the 3 × 18650.
It gives you more runtime so you dont need to swap battery’s every 2 minutes especially with a high amp led xD

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bigrick wrote:
I would like a blf trower . Personally i like the 3 × 18650.
It gives you more runtime so you dont need to swap battery’s every 2 minutes especially with a high amp led xD

Courui D01 is already a budget thrower and uses 3× 18650 in parallel for long run time. It has been modded lots of times successfully by different people. What I’d like to see, if a BLF Courui D01-SE is born, would be a FET +1 7135 driver with TK’s A6-SE firmware, a XPL High Intensity emitter, and better wiring throughout (tail-cap wiring is currently quite stupid) to keep the amps high to the emitter.

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I’m already a big fan of my thrunite tn31, so a big headed flashlight is no problem for me. It’s kind of fun to bring out the big boy and watch everyone else’s jaw drop in awe.

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^ +1 on Every David just said.

I already planned on a D01 anyhow.. if I can pay a wee bit more and get a much improved light pre-modded to BLF preferences, all the better!

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+1 for the BLF Big Head Thrower! With 4×18650 configurable in 2S2P or 4 in parallel as user desires.

+1 but with 86mm reflector from kaidomain. That would be my Dream with a driven Hard XHP-70 i know it would not be very throwy with this LED but a Monster

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JasonJ wrote:
70-80mm is better.

Is there ANY that size? I’m thinking about the Maxtoch 2X

Its 68mm dia

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Now I think the issue would be either to run a GB for light with the Acebeam K40 kinda build or the plunger styled lights…

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DavidEF wrote:
bigrick wrote:
I would like a blf trower . Personally i like the 3 × 18650. It gives you more runtime so you dont need to swap battery’s every 2 minutes especially with a high amp led xD
Courui D01 is already a budget thrower and uses 3× 18650 in parallel for long run time. It has been modded lots of times successfully by different people. What I’d like to see, if a BLF Courui D01-SE is born, would be a FET +1 7135 driver with TK’s A6-SE firmware, a XPL High Intensity emitter, and better wiring throughout (tail-cap wiring is currently quite stupid) to keep the amps high to the emitter.

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What you have just described is EXACTLY what I want, David!

I have an Acebeam K40M and it needs a THROWY partner:-)

Thanks!
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JasonJ wrote:
^ +1 on Every David just said.

I already planned on a D01 anyhow.. if I can pay a wee bit more and get a much improved light pre-modded to BLF preferences, all the better!


+2 :bigsmile:
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thijsco19 wrote:
JasonJ wrote:
^ +1 on Every David just said.

I already planned on a D01 anyhow.. if I can pay a wee bit more and get a much improved light pre-modded to BLF preferences, all the better!


+2 :bigsmile:

Oh yeah, just remembered – the Courui D01 needs a better thermal path from the emitter. The thin pill/plate that is used in the stock light is not going to work for a hot-rod mod! Some guys have already in the past made and sold replacement pills for this light, so we at least know what we need already. Wink

So, if we’re in agreement about the BLF Courui D01-SE group buy, who’s gonna be the one to get it going? 8)

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Well, I for one like the way you’re thinking, so How About You, David?

Thank you very much!
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chuckhov wrote:
Well, I for one like the way you’re thinking, so How About You, David?

Thank you very much!
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Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha! Big Smile

Oh wait. You’re serious? Shocked

Sorry, haven’t got the time. If I did have any spare time right now, I’d be working on my contest light. Sad

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