[Now with Hi-Power Edition!] WTS: 2300k-5800k 5mm LED 95+ CRI

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This 2014… have panel connected but still not circuit and you have to press hold button on
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cq9VZbQXSZ0
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Yeah, that’s probably a working unit. But I trust the customer who took that light apart, uncovering the sad truth. It’s fake all over, not worth of rngwns fine LEDs.

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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L-R: 5800K, 5000K, 4500K, 3400K, 3200K(120mA), 2300K


This one is oposite grouping but you already noticed that

WTB Titanium 4sevens 2xAA tube

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Nice collection, id 30209!

Resistor bypass on the 120mA unit?

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Nice collection, id 30209! Resistor bypass on the 120mA unit?

 

Yup

WTB Titanium 4sevens 2xAA tube

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Very nice id30209.

Anyone know if the C01 3400K is the same as these or different bin?

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Update: 32K-C-EX (3200K 0.5w) is now available in a bigger pack of 50pcs, $19.95/pack.

 

Searching for High CRI leds since 2010...

 

Has finally gotten to the bottom after 10 years of delving deep into that rabbit hole of them high CRI lights...

 

High CRI, high quality lights doesn't need to be expensive, or is it?

 

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They’re spectecular in the C01 especially with the resistor mod Thumbs Up

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Shipping fees table updated.

Ordinary shipping option is now available for $1 less.

Check for updated destination countries here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OGkBLRXkgaOuA-x2N-I2fLe0faBrUXeu/view

 

Searching for High CRI leds since 2010...

 

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High CRI, high quality lights doesn't need to be expensive, or is it?

 

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Arrived safe and sound, thanks rngwn!

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Got mine. Thanks rngwn!

Looking for the best 5mm LEDs out there ;)

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Due to the new UK import law that came into effect since January 2021, I won't be able to accept any order less than GBP135 from UK buyers until the situation changes, (or I am hopefully misunderstood about how this law works).

 

UK Buyers Please Read: Due to changes in UK customs regulation requiring overseas entities to register with HMRC and collect VAT from shipments under GBP135 at point-of-sale, buyers from UK must make a minimum purchase of GBP135 so that I can ship the item out under the old rules. Any UK purchases under GBP135 will not be able to ship out until further notice. Regrettably, I do not find such VAT registration with HMRC a reasonable demand for small-scale selling like this, I expect this restriction will remain in the foreseeable future.

 

Relevant Materials:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/vat-and-overseas-goods-sold-directly-to-customers-in-the-uk

https://file.thailandpost.com/upload/content/__601d0827c4572.pdf

 

 

 

Searching for High CRI leds since 2010...

 

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High CRI, high quality lights doesn't need to be expensive, or is it?

 

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From 11pm on 31 December 2020, consignments of goods with a value of £135 or less that are outside:

  • the UK and sold directly to customers (not through an online marketplace) in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will have UK supply VAT charged at the point of sale

Does this mean if UK customer buys goods over webshop etc., this VAT charge rule does not apply?

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led4power wrote:

From 11pm on 31 December 2020, consignments of goods with a value of £135 or less that are outside:

  • the UK and sold directly to customers (not through an online marketplace) in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will have UK supply VAT charged at the point of sale

Does this mean if UK customer buys goods over webshop etc., this VAT charge rule does not apply?

 

If I understand it correctly, the webshops will be the ones collecting VAT and send it to the UK. So, apparently, if you own the webshop itself, you will need to register with the HMRC and do the VAT collection.

 

The old VAT rules will be in effect once the purchases go over GBP135 though. So as things are right now, I can only do wholesale to UK with that minimum order value or above.

 

Searching for High CRI leds since 2010...

 

Has finally gotten to the bottom after 10 years of delving deep into that rabbit hole of them high CRI lights...

 

High CRI, high quality lights doesn't need to be expensive, or is it?

 

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I finally got around to installing the 3400k leds in 3 of my kid’s GoGlow kiddy flashlights.
The tint is very nice, it completely transformed them to and took their flashlight experience a whol other level Big Smile
Now the output is way more relaxing instead of that horrible cool with Facepalm

Thanks again for the fantastic leds Beer

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rngwn wrote:

Due to the new UK import law that came into effect since January 2021, I won’t be able to accept any order less than GBP135 from UK buyers until the situation changes, (or I am hopefully misunderstood about how this law works).


 


UK Buyers Please Read: Due to changes in UK customs regulation requiring overseas entities to register with HMRC and collect VAT from shipments under GBP135 at point-of-sale, buyers from UK must make a minimum purchase of GBP135 so that I can ship the item out under the old rules. Any UK purchases under GBP135 will not be able to ship out until further notice. Regrettably, I do not find such VAT registration with HMRC a reasonable demand for small-scale selling like this, I expect this restriction will remain in the foreseeable future.


 


Relevant Materials:


https://www.gov.uk/guidance/vat-and-overseas-goods-sold-directly-to-customers-in-the-uk


https://file.thailandpost.com/upload/content/__601d0827c4572.pdf


 


 

GAH. Logged in to place an order I’ve been thinking about since Xmas and see this post Facepalm Tired

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rngwn wrote:

led4power wrote:

From 11pm on 31 December 2020, consignments of goods with a value of £135 or less that are outside:

  • the UK and sold directly to customers (not through an online marketplace) in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will have UK supply VAT charged at the point of sale

Does this mean if UK customer buys goods over webshop etc., this VAT charge rule does not apply?

 

If I understand it correctly, the webshops will be the ones collecting VAT and send it to the UK. So, apparently, if you own the webshop itself, you will need to register with the HMRC and do the VAT collection.

 

The old VAT rules will be in effect once the purchases go over GBP135 though. So as things are right now, I can only do wholesale to UK with that minimum order value or above.

 

If I understood it correctly, selling "directly to customers" (email,phone,forums) is different from selling "through an oniline store" ? What is their definition of "online marketplace"? Is this any website, or big ones which for sure already are registered for doing business in the UK, like Ebay?

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led4power wrote:

rngwn wrote:

led4power wrote:

From 11pm on 31 December 2020, consignments of goods with a value of £135 or less that are outside:

  • the UK and sold directly to customers (not through an online marketplace) in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will have UK supply VAT charged at the point of sale

Does this mean if UK customer buys goods over webshop etc., this VAT charge rule does not apply?

 

If I understand it correctly, the webshops will be the ones collecting VAT and send it to the UK. So, apparently, if you own the webshop itself, you will need to register with the HMRC and do the VAT collection.

 

The old VAT rules will be in effect once the purchases go over GBP135 though. So as things are right now, I can only do wholesale to UK with that minimum order value or above.

 

If I understood it correctly, selling "directly to customers" (email,phone,forums) is different from selling "through an oniline store" ? What is their definition of "online marketplace"? Is this any website, or big ones which for sure already are registered for doing business in the UK, like Ebay?

 

Most likely the big one that's already VAT registered (or looking to register) with the HMRC. If you sell on eBay, eBay will collect taxes from the buyers for you. So, as the current import law is now, someone will have to register for VAT collection eitherway if you want to sell to the UK, be it some online marketplaces you are selling through, or you doing the VAT registration yourself.

 

Searching for High CRI leds since 2010...

 

Has finally gotten to the bottom after 10 years of delving deep into that rabbit hole of them high CRI lights...

 

High CRI, high quality lights doesn't need to be expensive, or is it?

 

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Upgraded the multi emitter portion of old Black and Decker light with 4000k. No before shot but it was typical cold white and beam was narrow than I liked. The new emitters are much floodier.

Below it is a reading lamp with a cold white emitter that needed a 2300k swapped in its place. The 2300k is taller than the original so I had to crack the ice to make it fit.


Ever since I saw Djozz QX5252 clock mod I could not stop myself from upgrading from clocks around the house. Also made a bunch of fairy lights using this circuit with almost dead batteries. This one has been on 24/7 since November. (It’s perfectly visible in the dark but phone camera could not capture it without help )

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