[PART 2] Official BLF GT Group Buy thread. Closed, but Public sales open!

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Sorry for the reply! Can anyone tell me how I would go about selling my BLF-GT modded by Sky Lumen Throw of 2600 meters. Paid $650 for it. Never really been used except to test.

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Sorry for the reply! Can anyone tell me how I would go about selling my BLF-GT modded by Sky Lumen Throw of 2600 meters. Paid $650 for it. Never really been used except to test.

Thanks.

Martin

Good place is “Flashlight Fanatics” Facebook Group

https://www.facebook.com/groups/396898630419281/

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Can anyone tell me how I would go about selling my BLF-GT modded by Sky Lumen Throw of 2600 meters.

Thanks.
Martin


There’s also a For Sale and Buying section on blf.

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my BLF GT + batteries + Bag and Cap never arrive until now, leo from lumintop and neal went silent
Are you saying it has still never arrived… Or, that it has finally just now arrived??

it already arrive few days ago but come with an issue, the head part is damaged so i was asking neal to send me another head.

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zelee wrote:
teacher wrote:
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my BLF GT + batteries + Bag and Cap never arrive until now, leo from lumintop and neal went silent
Are you saying it has still never arrived… Or, that it has finally just now arrived??

it already arrive few days ago but come with an issue, the head part is damaged so i was asking neal to send me another head.

Glad to hear it arrived… BUT sorry to hear it was damaged. Sad

Good luck getting it sorted out. Thumbs Up

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zelee wrote:
teacher wrote:
zelee wrote:
my BLF GT + batteries + Bag and Cap never arrive until now, leo from lumintop and neal went silent
Are you saying it has still never arrived… Or, that it has finally just now arrived??

it already arrive few days ago but come with an issue, the head part is damaged so i was asking neal to send me another head.


The head is multiple pieces. Due to the high price of parts and shipping, he may want to send just the part you need.

There is also a Outstanding Issues form you can fill out.

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JasonWW wrote:
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teacher wrote:
zelee wrote:
my BLF GT + batteries + Bag and Cap never arrive until now, leo from lumintop and neal went silent
Are you saying it has still never arrived… Or, that it has finally just now arrived??

it already arrive few days ago but come with an issue, the head part is damaged so i was asking neal to send me another head.


The head is multiple pieces. Due to the high price of parts and shipping, he may want to send just the part you need.

There is also a Outstanding Issues form you can fill out.

i try to use rubber strap wrench to open it but it won’t budge, any good trick to open it without make more damage to the head?
my selection of tools to open it is very limited

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i try to use rubber strap wrench to open it but it won’t budge, any good trick to open it without make more damage to the head?
my selection of tools to open it is very limited

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If you have a vice and a helper, you may not need any strap wrenches. The key to opening the GT is to separate the upper and lower head first. This takes the tension off of the bezel o-ring and makes it relatively easy to remove. You basically want to put some padding in the jaws of your vice and hold the lower part of the head. Then you and a friend can grab the big end of the light and loosen it.

When I first tried to take the GT apart I tried to remove the bezel first like most people would do. If the head is still screwed together then the reflector is pushing against the lens and squeezing the big o-ring between it and the bezel. This makes for a crazy amount of friction.

I can take my light apart by hand, without any strap wrenches, now that I’ve got the technique down.

PS, I assume you have a set of snap ring pliers. That should make it easy to remove the switch cover. I would remove that and then put the light into the vice with some type of padding. I use some thick leather gloves. Plastic, cloth or maybe wood should also work.


I think it was Teacher that said he used some wood with a hole, or partial hole, drilled in it to clamp it in a vice without taking the switch cover off. Just put the switch in the hole so you don’t squish it.

If your by yourself then you still might be able to loosen the head by using a strap wrench for extra leverage.

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JasonWW wrote:
zelee wrote:

i try to use rubber strap wrench to open it but it won’t budge, any good trick to open it without make more damage to the head?
my selection of tools to open it is very limited
JasonWW wrote:
If you have a vice and a helper, you may not need any strap wrenches. The key to opening the GT is to separate the upper and lower head first. This takes the tension off of the bezel o-ring and makes it relatively easy to remove. You basically want to put some padding in the jaws of your vice and hold the lower part of the head. Then you and a friend can grab the big end of the light and loosen it.

When I first tried to take the GT apart I tried to remove the bezel first like most people would do. If the head is still screwed together then the reflector is pushing against the lens and squeezing the big o-ring between it and the bezel. This makes for a crazy amount of friction.

I can take my light apart by hand, without any strap wrenches, now that I’ve got the technique down.

PS, I assume you have a set of snap ring pliers. That should make it easy to remove the switch cover. I would remove that and then put the light into the vice with some type of padding. I use some thick leather gloves. Plastic, cloth or maybe wood should also work.

I think it was Teacher that said he used some wood with a hole, or partial hole, drilled in it to clamp it in a vice without taking the switch cover off. Just put the switch in the hole so you don’t squish it.

If your by yourself then you still might be able to loosen the head by using a strap wrench for extra leverage.

You have an impressive memory Jason! Thumbs Up . Beer

That was indeed me who posted that.

I just drilled a hole a bit bigger than the switch area in a piece of 1 × 2…. padded each vice jaw with the 1 × 2’s putting the switch area in the one with the drilled hole.

The hole can be completely through or simply a relief that will accommodate the switch area on the ‘light engine’ while clamping it in the vice.

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Seeing all these unboxing and disassembly photos is making me anxious to get my order, was hoping it’d arrive in 2 weeks~ as indicated but still patiently twiddling my thumbs almost two months now…

You guys still got a smile on your face when lighting up that monster? Big Smile

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Don’t sweat 2 months, some of us have 6 months of waiting invested. Some day, maybe…

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blitzlinger wrote:
Seeing all these unboxing and disassembly photos is making me anxious to get my order, was hoping it’d arrive in 2 weeks~ as indicated but still patiently twiddling my thumbs almost two months now…

You guys still got a smile on your face when lighting up that monster? Big Smile

Where are you from? Paid for mine 1.5 months ago and Im still hustling with customs to get it released.

There’s no replacement for displacement.

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Where are you from? Paid for mine 1.5 months ago and Im still hustling with customs to get it released.

Eastern USA.

Haven’t gotten tracking or any confirmation of payment so I wasn’t sure if it was forgotten or something.

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blitzlinger wrote:
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Where are you from? Paid for mine 1.5 months ago and Im still hustling with customs to get it released.
Eastern USA. Haven't gotten tracking or any confirmation of payment so I wasn't sure if it was forgotten or something.

 

FYI Blitzlinger,

I'm from NJ and didn't have any problems getting the shipment.  It took 3 days to arrive once DHL had it.  I received no notice from Customs and it was right on time.  - Hope this helps!

It's a shame what Maverick1947 is going through.  But that country is notoriously known for the incredible bureaucratic horse manure for getting packages through.  Even when you cross all your (T)s and dot all your (I)s, shipments can mysteriously vanish. I have been there and gone through all that.  Some people call the vanishing, thievery but I call it Selective Predatory Seizure Policy.  Hoping for the best possible outcome for Maverick1947. 

Fingers Crossed

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Eastern USA.

Haven’t gotten tracking or any confirmation of payment so I wasn’t sure if it was forgotten or something.

Like hazG said about his…. all of mine were here in three days once DHL had them. A couple made it in less than 48 hours. Smile (Amazing!!! Thumbs Up )

Have you checked your PayPal account to make sure your payment went through? You should have received a payment confirmation email from PayPal at least.

If your payment did indeed go through…. you can send Neal a PM here on BLF to resolve any problems.

IF it did not go through for some reason, PM him anyway and tell him what happened. Ask him how to proceed.

Just PM Neal. (click on his name.)

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Thanks everyone! I’ve PM’d Neal about this just to be safe.

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I am wondering how people are using the BLF GT. I have been testing it in some dark areas. The other day a friend and I went out at night to a dark area. A policeman stopped to see what we were doing. He was in awe of the flashlight. I have been having a hard time finding a long distance to test the light without shining it in peoples homes or other areas that are not good to shine the light. 

I used it the other day when the power went out. One can really see it well without streetlights. I tight narrow beam that shines a long distance. I did not need it ramped up more than 1/4 of full power. 

 

It is quite a light and solidly made. 

 

Eric

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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elrcpilot wrote:

I am wondering how people are using the BLF GT. I have been testing it in some dark areas. The other day a friend and I went out at night to a dark area. A policeman stopped to see what we were doing. He was in awe of the flashlight. I have been having a hard time finding a long distance to test the light without shining it in peoples homes or other areas that are not good to shine the light. 

I used it the other day when the power went out. One can really see it well without streetlights. I tight narrow beam that shines a long distance. I did not need it ramped up more than 1/4 of full power.

 

It is quite a light and solidly made. 

 

Eric

 

Hi Eric,

You'll find a diverse group of people here that own the GT.  You can have those who possess elementary knowledge to the advance individual who has knowledge about electronics and optical design.
 
Those who really don't have the interest in getting into the modification aspects are driven by owning a flashlight that can deliver outstanding performance.  They might even have a collection of different lights and are satisfied by just owning them versus putting them to any daily use.
 
Then you have the light enthusiast who likes to shine a beam of light just to see how far it will reach.  This person will more than likely will Vlog their experience on YouTube in the attempt of educating their viewers and possibly add some cents to their bank account. 

There might even be some people who get caught up in hype that is going on here in the forum and buy one to only later sell it as a result of suffering from consumer dissonance.

Last but not least you have the individual who has an entrepreneurial mindset and will be involved for producing a profit with the added benefit of showcasing their profound knowledge in providing a finished product that is unique.  This individual might even provide solutions to increase the output of the light for a moderate profit.

You can be one or a combination of the above examples that I listed but the common fiber that links us together is the willingness to be part of something and to share, if for only a moment, our individual light adventure

Personally, I'm a pilot who has been in situations where runway lights have gone out on final approach and a good torch, like the GT, can make the difference between a great landing or one where no one walks away from.  To me, I find the longevity equally as important as the throw.  The GT is not an easy carry flashlight for it's size and the extreme weight.  You would be hard pressed to carry this light in one hand for more than 10 minutes.  There are other and better alternatives for longtime carry. 

(Here's how it looks with the GT saving the day landing with no runway lights)

 
The problem in shinning a beam onto remote things is that it will draw attention and Law Enforcement will investigate.  There are ordinances that prohibit shining lights into peoples homes etc.  Even if you are at public park, they usually have curfews restricting access so, if you are caught, you are at risk of getting a citation or being harassed.  Remember, it takes only one person to file a complaint that they were blinded by your light that could put you in some serious legal hot water and even cause the confiscation of the light.


The GT is a great light and one has to apply great responsibility in using it.  If not, irresponsibility is what people will use to put unreasonable laws in place to prevent the use and possibly the sale of these great lights.

 Happy Lighting!

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Nice picture hazG!!! . Thumbs Up

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Hello HazG,

 

Thanks for the picture. I am an aviation buff of sorts as well. I fly rc planes and have a fair number of people who are pilots that I know. I am just curious where is the airport in the picture and what kind of plane was the one you were flying? Do you fly commercial flights or are you a private pilot? I like the mysterious lighting in the picture. I bet the long throw of the GT is great from a plane and can light up the runway from a good distance to prepare for glide slope and landing as you say if the lights don't work.

Happy flying HazG. (I also have an Olight SR52UT with the skylumens mod.) Not a bad thrower for its size.

Eric

 

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Nice picture hazG. Is it an actual picture of the GT beam from your plane, or a computer construction of how it would look like?

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hazG wrote:

elrcpilot wrote:

I am wondering how people are using the BLF GT. I have been testing it in some dark areas. The other day a friend and I went out at night to a dark area. A policeman stopped to see what we were doing. He was in awe of the flashlight. I have been having a hard time finding a long distance to test the light without shining it in peoples homes or other areas that are not good to shine the light. 


I used it the other day when the power went out. One can really see it well without streetlights. I tight narrow beam that shines a long distance. I did not need it ramped up more than 1/4 of full power.


 


It is quite a light and solidly made. 


 


Eric


 


Hi Eric,


You’ll find a diverse group of people here that own the GT.  You can have those who possess elementary knowledge to the advance individual who has knowledge about electronics and optical design.
 
Those who really don’t have the interest in getting into the modification aspects are driven by owning a flashlight that can deliver outstanding performance.  They might even have a collection of different lights and are satisfied by just owning them versus putting them to any daily use.
 
Then you have the light enthusiast who likes to shine a beam of light just to see how far it will reach.  This person will more than likely will Vlog their experience on YouTube in the attempt of educating their viewers and possibly add some cents to their bank account. 


There might even be some people who get caught up in hype that is going on here in the forum and buy one to only later sell it as a result of suffering from consumer dissonance.

Last but not least you have the individual who has an entrepreneurial mindset and will be involved for producing a profit with the added benefit of showcasing their profound knowledge in providing a finished product that is unique.  This individual might even provide solutions to increase the output of the light for a moderate profit.

You can be one or a combination of the above examples that I listed but the common fiber that links us together is the willingness to be part of something and to share, if for only a moment, our individual light adventure

Personally, I’m a pilot who has been in situations where runway lights have gone out on final approach and a good torch, like the GT, can make the difference between a great landing or one where no one walks away from.  To me, I find the longevity equally as important as the throw.  The GT is not an easy carry flashlight for it’s size and the extreme weight.  You would be hard pressed to carry this light in one hand for more than 10 minutes.  There are other and better alternatives for longtime carry. 


(Here’s how it looks with the GT saving the day landing with no runway lights)


 
The problem in shinning a beam onto remote things is that it will draw attention and Law Enforcement will investigate.  There are ordinances that prohibit shining lights into peoples homes etc.  Even if you are at public park, they usually have curfews restricting access so, if you are caught, you are at risk of getting a citation or being harassed.  Remember, it takes only one person to file a complaint that they were blinded by your light that could put you in some serious legal hot water and even cause the confiscation of the light.



The GT is a great light and one has to apply great responsibility in using it.  If not, irresponsibility is what people will use to put unreasonable laws in place to prevent the use and possibly the sale of these great lights.


 Happy Lighting!

Cool story bro…!!!

Here is a pic of the same field with no lights… Wink

http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/100725-rome-x-no-runway-light...

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I knew it was a picture of a flight simulator. Wink Those clouds in the sky look like procedurally generated. IMHO clouds still look very artificial in flight simulations whereas ground and water textures look extremely detailled meanwhile.

I wonder how one could manage to hold a BLF GT outside the window all the way through the landing procedure, though. Big Smile Or did you mod your airplane and have a “auxilliary BLF GT retractable landing light”. What type of plane is it? I assume it’s not a B747. Big Smile

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Yourrid a few months mentioned having used a flashlight held outside the window of his cockpit while landing. So it did happen at least once! Big Smile

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As I had said in picture caption,  "(Here’s how it looks with the GT saving the day landing with no runway lights)"

This was a simulation of what occurred to me back in the late 1980s.  My light at the time was a 6 D cell Maglight and I placed the light on the dash of the instrument gauge.  One cannot hold a flashlight out of any aircraft or attach it to any part of the plane.   LOL.  tongue-out  The plane at that time was a Beechcraft B60 "Duke".

Ye of little faith tongue-out

Here's the post that I made 2 months ago on April 19, 2018:  Post 1309367

hazG wrote:

Here's how I can see one way in using the Giga Thrower

Being a pilot, I fly day and/or night.  One night I was on final approach into a county airport and while on descent someone turned off the runway and taxiway lights. yell The airport was basically blacked out.  Being experienced and prepared, I grabbed my 6 D cell Maglite, (it being incandescent) which was the cats meow back then, out of my flight bag and shined it out the cockpit to light the runway.  My altitude was 400 feet and dropping fast and my light caught 3 deer on the runway.  As soon as they saw the light hit the runway from my Maglite, they b-lined into the trees.  I didn't have to abort the landing and was able to see the landing strip and land without any incidence. While the Maglite did ok in getting me down, the GT would have really been the light to have if it had existed back then.

You can rest assured that the Giga Thrower will always be in my flight bag. 

PS.  The reason that the landing runway lights went out was due to the local police shutting them off because they thought that my plane was smuggling in contraband/drugs.  I filed a a complaint against them and those involved were dismissed from the police force for reckless endangerment of life.   

But I will say that the police thought they had something when I basically landed a twin engine with an incandescent flashlight.  The officer commented to me that he never saw anything like it. tongue-out  

I have other uses for the GT that I will post here but let's hear from you too.

 

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I have contacted Neal about each of the items that need replacements and he said they would get them taken care of. He was supposed to get in contact with those members to sort out the details.

TA, have you heard anything from Neal lately about the replacement lights and replacement parts?

Has he mentioned if all the things on the Outstanding Issues survey have been taken care of?

This thread has been pretty quiet lately. I don’t know if people have gotten their stuff fixed and not said anything or if they are still patiently waiting.

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I have contacted Neal about each of the items that need replacements and he said they would get them taken care of. He was supposed to get in contact with those members to sort out the details.

TA, have you heard anything from Neal lately about the replacement lights and replacement parts?

Has he mentioned if all the things on the Outstanding Issues survey have been taken care of?

This thread has been pretty quiet lately. I don’t know if people have gotten their stuff fixed and not said anything or if they are still patiently waiting.

Last I heard he had gotten all the missing items shipped out a few weeks ago except for a replacement reflector for one member. That was supposed to be taken care of last week IIRC.

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Final batch folks all get their accessories?

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Tejasandre wrote:
Final batch folks all get their accessories?

Yup I did a month ago, no flashlight though.

Edit: Day 1 accessory order.

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