BLF Edition Light-- World's thinest CREE XP-G R3 1xAAA EDC SS Flashlight With BLF LOGO

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BLF Edition Light-- World's thinest CREE XP-G R3 1xAAA EDC SS Flashlight With BLF LOGO

Hello BLFers,

I'd like to bring you one special SS AAA light, it's  probably the thinest AAA EDC in the world, only has a diameter of 11.5mm.

We'll release a batch of 100 pieces with BLF logo on it.

http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=1287

Specs:

Using CREE XP-E R3  CW/NW
Material: 304 SS
Reflector: Aluminum Alloy OP reflector
Glass Lens
Switch: Stainless Steel tailcap click
Single mode 
Brightness: Hi--80lumens 
Current drawn: 210mA
Battery: 1.2v AAA ;Anti-reverse protection
waterproof IPX 6
Size:76mmx11.5mm
Weight: 13g
Gift Wood box included

BLF price: 15usd free HK mail post shipping 

                ADD 2.5usd to get a registered tracking number

                ADD 1.5usd to get a stainless steel claw

If you are intereted, please post "i'll take it" here, we'll ship this out when the logo printing is ready.  

Our Paypal account is scorpiolyons@gmail.com

Thanks

Ric

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Edited by: Ric-CN on 09/13/2011 - 05:06
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It is difficult to see in the photos due to "CN" logo, but the LED seems xpe instead of xpg....

Maybe I am wrong....

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Also, I don't think there is a R3 bin for XP-G is there?

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I like it. Nice piece of steel. Do you have the AA version as well?

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fran82 wrote:

It is difficult to see in the photos due to "CN" logo, but the LED seems xpe instead of xpg....

Maybe I am wrong....

It's XP-E , sorry for the typo.

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fishmaniac wrote:

I like it. Nice piece of steel. Do you have the AA version as well?

AA version is upcoming next week.

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I will take one or two

 

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I'll take it, NW pls. 1 piece definitely.  I'll PP together with the other goods in the email.

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210mAh current draw $15USD with shipping ...  

I will have to [   i'll take it     ]    

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Paypal sent for two of these, both NW with claw.

Thanks Ric!

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Is the box going to say "Cree LED 1AAA   made in China"?

or just a simple "BLF" or even possibly "BudgetLightForum.com"

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Do you have a multi mode version? maybe the AA? tnx

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I want one in NW (what tint and bin is it?)

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Looks like what a smooth SS Tank 703 would look like, including the clickie button.

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Ian2381 wrote:

Do you have a multi mode version? maybe the AA? tnx

Yes, AA sample will come next week, has multi mode and can work with 14500, probably the smallest AA i've even seen.

Thanks

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watkins wrote:

Is the box going to say "Cree LED 1AAA   made in China"?

or just a simple "BLF" or even possibly "BudgetLightForum.com"

 "Cree LED 1AAA   made in China" printed in Box.

 A simple logo "BLF" will be printed on the body of the light. Or any idea do you get?

Thanks

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@Ric-CN - what will be the price of the AA version? Will also have an XPE emitter?

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I'll take one. And the stainless steel claw. Whatever that is. Sounds cool anyway... and registered post.

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I'll be ordering the AA version too.

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I also want to know what the price of the aa will be. Since I already own an F23 and the DQG ii, I don't have much interest in the aaa format. However, since the BLF E07 turned out to be a dud, I'd be all over a super small aa light if the price is right.

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Can you confirm the flux bin of both cool (R3?) and neutral XP-E's used in this light.

 

I'm possibly in for one of each..

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Pantaloonie wrote:

I'll take one. And the stainless steel claw. Whatever that is. Sounds cool anyway...

How to pay? Send a Paypal payment to your address above? Or buy it through the website?

Sending the payment to the adress above is ok.

Thanks

Ric

 

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Could this be the AAA Clicky, that some of us have been waiting?? Smile

Not too many of them available, in good quality, that is.

 

210mA & ~80 lumens sounds VERY nice indeed.

 

I thin I will have to postpone my other investments and say Yes. Probably on both of these.

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Looks nice, but I need modes. Any chance of a multi-mode version of this?

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sb56637 wrote:

Looks nice, but I need modes. Any chance of a multi-mode version of this?

The driver for this light is custom-made. And the body diameter is too thin to get an exsisting multi-mode driver to replace it.

Upcoming AA version will have multi-mode. Will release more info about it next week.

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I am interested in the AA version if it is multimode... but... can you mention the price?

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Pretty... Im assuming this is a reverse clicky, but a forward clicky would be more awesome. 

 

Mmm if the AA would be appealing too, but its got to have agreeable modes to be a buyable torch. LMH (NO memory) would go down well for me. 'fingers crossed'

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I will take one with the claw.

Thanks Rick,

 

Larry

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I can appreciate the effort on this one but already having an F23 I don't have need for another smooth SS AAA torch. Having just wasted $38 on two of that waste of a TANK007 BLF E07 I don't have the cash to justify this one. 

That said I'm going to be all over the AA version you are releasing next week. I'd love for it to be an UL>M>H with no memory!! 

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I'll take one with stainless claw since my F23 was taken from me a while ago.  Thanks Ric.

 

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Hi Ric,

That is a really nice looking light.

How large are the threads on it?

Now with 100% all natural asbestos!

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LarryB wrote:

I will take one with the claw.

Thanks Rick,

 

Larry

 

You mean this....?

 

 

 

That immediately came to mind when I read that. Sorry.. couldn't resist Big Smile

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