MecArmy PS16 @ BladeHQ

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MecArmy PS16 @ BladeHQ

Saw this on BladeHQ thought it was pretty nice, thought I'd post about it. An upgrade to the PT16?

 

MecArmy PS16 Stainless 18350 flashlight 2000lm (4xXP-G3)

Fully Polished: https://www.bladehq.com/item--MecArmy-PS16-Stainless-Steel-USB--79659

Stonewashed: https://www.bladehq.com/item--MecArmy-PS16-Stainless-Steel-USB--79658

 

 

 

* MecArmy posted a sneak peek here back in November: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/57568

 

* More details here: http://www.mecarmy.com/product/details/241/288

 

* My list of 18350 lights: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/59323

 

 

 

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weighs as much as THREE!!! PT16
has no moonlight and no Low mode, the lowest mode is 20 lumens
Low CRI,
Green Tint XP-G3

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jon_slider wrote:
weighs as much as THREE!!! PT16 has no moonlight and no Low mode, the lowest mode is 20 lumens Low CRI, Green Tint XP-G3

Thanks for pointing out.
Weight is always an issue with SS lights, they look great but feel like a roll of quarters.

In comparison it’s about the same weight as (slightly lighter than) the SS Astrolux S42:

MecArmy PS 16……5.12 oz.
Astrolux SS S42……5.47 oz.

The Astrolux SS S42 is also nearly three times heavier than the AL version.

S42 AL………60g
S42 SS……..155g