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pod7381 wrote:

Hi Guys, I received my tracking number a few days ago. The DRY + batteries was shipped on 1/7. When I check the status of the shipment, nothing is found for the tracking #. How long does it take after the item is shipped before you can track it? Thanks.

Same here. We should be able to track it by tomorrow.. Correction, mine was shipped out on the 10th. Ric said it may take a few days for the tracking number to show up

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yep same here..it should show up eventually..

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Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

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Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

When did you get your tracking number?

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got tracking info 1/5 ordered 1/3

atbglenn wrote:

jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

When did you get your tracking number?

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quick question. How much brighter will the cw version seem in comparison to the nw? It will be used outdoors ofcourse..
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jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

 

I think they're just loading them now...

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Looks a lot bigger in that pic...
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jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

 

I think they're just loading them now...

 

Picture made me laugh out loud....thanks.

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Just paid for three- one for me, one for brother, one for friend (new year gifts). Paypal ID # 35T16935CD871201E.

 

Now, for the wait....

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My DRY arrived at NY, NY sort facility Jan 11th

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My DRY arrived at NY, NY sort facility Jan 11th

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I'm still waiting for my tracking number to work..

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Awesome, so we should be getting feedback from some of you guys soon! We will need pictures, beamshots, measurements, readings, everything!

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atbglenn wrote:

I'm still waiting for my tracking number to work..

 

Same with me, which is kind of strange since I ordered on the 3rd. I guess it was just a grab bag in terms of shipment priority. I'm still curious why the tracking number wouldn't be working by now. It worries me a little since I just went through a shipping error here in the USA with an item that took 10+ days to get from California on 3-5 day shipping. It's annoying and frustrating to wait around for something that could very well be stuck somewhere. But I'll be patient for now... Smile 

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atbglenn wrote:

I'm still waiting for my tracking number to work..

 

Same here

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Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

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Johnny, I've been meaning to ask the same question.  

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Oops, I seem to have accidentally ordered one of these.. Wink

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JohnnyMac wrote:

Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

it's 99.9% likely a timer not a heat sensor..my zlt sc600 has a 5 minute step down and to reactivate that higher setting you have to turn it off and back on again..doesn't matter how hot it is it's just timed to step down at a certain time..the dry is probably the same way..have to turn it off then on again..what i'm curious is if you cycle through med and low does it go to high again and omit the turbo setting? 

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I'm pretty sure the DRY is timer-based.  There are, however, some budget drivers starting to appear with temp regulation, as well as one triple drop-in.

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Just put another one on order for my bro Smile

 

You guys talking about how many days to receive it, I'm envious!  Don't know if it's due to our custom or due to our postal system being so messy, but the average time to arrive here in Italy is usually 4 to 6 weeks, and sometime worse... Cry

 

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Chicago X wrote:

I'm pretty sure the DRY is timer-based.  There are, however, some budget drivers starting to appear with temp regulation, as well as one triple drop-in.

yeah i've seen the temp ones but that's just a shut-off not a step-down..and they don't turn off at 20 seconds every time..lol

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lol!

that was one quick flight. must be a recordSmile

Processed Through Sort Facility

January 11, 2012, 8:23 pm

ISC NEW YORK NY(USPS) 

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Processed Through Sort Facility

January 11, 2012, 8:13 am

HONG KONG, HONG KONG

 
   

Origin Post is Preparing Shipment

   
   

Acceptance

January 06, 2012, 5:45 pm

HONG KONG

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jamesearljonesisascab wrote:

Your Item's StatusYour item has been processed through a sort facility in HONG KONG, HONG KONG at 8:13 am on January 11, 2012.

this is what i got just now. hopefully its on a plane

 

I think they're just loading them now...

03/04/16 

 

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RedForest UK wrote:

Oops, I seem to have accidentally ordered one of these.. Wink

Happens to me all the time.  There's no cure.

I've checked.

 

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pounder wrote:

JohnnyMac wrote:

Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

it's 99.9% likely a timer not a heat sensor..my zlt sc600 has a 5 minute step down and to reactivate that higher setting you have to turn it off and back on again..doesn't matter how hot it is it's just timed to step down at a certain time..the dry is probably the same way..have to turn it off then on again..what i'm curious is if you cycle through med and low does it go to high again and omit the turbo setting? 

Mine is the version with turbo 20s step down to high. U can immediately switch to turbo again with a half click once it step down. No need to off and on again. Did it 3 times straight. No issue
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Wonder how long you can actually keep it on turbo before it frys.

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MILO wrote:
pounder wrote:

JohnnyMac wrote:

Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

it's 99.9% likely a timer not a heat sensor..my zlt sc600 has a 5 minute step down and to reactivate that higher setting you have to turn it off and back on again..doesn't matter how hot it is it's just timed to step down at a certain time..the dry is probably the same way..have to turn it off then on again..what i'm curious is if you cycle through med and low does it go to high again and omit the turbo setting? 

Mine is the version with turbo 20s step down to high. U can immediately switch to turbo again with a half click once it step down. No need to off and on again. Did it 3 times straight. No issue

Thanks for the reply..you say half press brings you to turbo..do you not have to cycle to medium and low first??

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pounder wrote:

MILO wrote:
pounder wrote:

JohnnyMac wrote:

Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

it's 99.9% likely a timer not a heat sensor..my zlt sc600 has a 5 minute step down and to reactivate that higher setting you have to turn it off and back on again..doesn't matter how hot it is it's just timed to step down at a certain time..the dry is probably the same way..have to turn it off then on again..what i'm curious is if you cycle through med and low does it go to high again and omit the turbo setting? 

Mine is the version with turbo 20s step down to high. U can immediately switch to turbo again with a half click once it step down. No need to off and on again. Did it 3 times straight. No issue

Thanks for the reply..you say half press brings you to turbo..do you not have to cycle to medium and low first??

No need, once step down, a single half click brings it back to turbo.the DRY mode arrangements of the step-down version is from low-med-high- turbo-low. from high mode, the next click will be turbo.well, this is what I experienced and with this arrangement it should be correct too.I did it with 3 step-down straight. Always need just a single click to bring it to turbo.
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MILO wrote:
pounder wrote:

MILO wrote:
pounder wrote:

JohnnyMac wrote:

Here is a question I didn't see asked yet (unless I missed it)...

For the version with the turbo safety mode, after it kicks down to high can it be reclicked to turbo immediately for another 20 seconds of turbo or is there a cool down timer that forces you to stay in high for an amount of time to allow the driver to cool off before turbo mode can be engaged again?

it's 99.9% likely a timer not a heat sensor..my zlt sc600 has a 5 minute step down and to reactivate that higher setting you have to turn it off and back on again..doesn't matter how hot it is it's just timed to step down at a certain time..the dry is probably the same way..have to turn it off then on again..what i'm curious is if you cycle through med and low does it go to high again and omit the turbo setting? 

Mine is the version with turbo 20s step down to high. U can immediately switch to turbo again with a half click once it step down. No need to off and on again. Did it 3 times straight. No issue

Thanks for the reply..you say half press brings you to turbo..do you not have to cycle to medium and low first??

No need, once step down, a single half click brings it back to turbo.the DRY mode arrangements of the step-down version is from low-med-high- turbo-low. from high mode, the next click will be turbo.well, this is what I experienced and with this arrangement it should be correct too.I did it with 3 step-down straight. Always need just a single click to bring it to turbo.

Ok that makes sense..I assumed it went turbo-high-med-low..it's good news to hear we can get back to turbo so easily after stepping down to high..

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