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vinte77 wrote:
No worries, it’s on my wish list of lights that will probably not come to fruition. But I would love to have the D4S in titanium/copper.

I’m in the same boat. As soon as I saw the D4v2 in TI/Cu I thought it would be great to have a D4Sv2 in TI/Cu or full Copper.

I’m close to buying a MF01 mini in copper but I’m not a fan of charging ports and the multi-colored aux leds.

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Has anyone else had an issue with the lens rattling around with the stainless steel bezel? The regular bezel has a snug fit with the lens, but I’ve carefully screwed on the stainless steel bezel three times and although it’s on correctly, it doesnt rest against the lens.

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heatwaves wrote:
Has anyone else had an issue with the lens rattling around with the stainless steel bezel? The regular bezel has a snug fit with the lens, but I've carefully screwed on the stainless steel bezel three times and although it's on correctly, it doesnt rest against the lens.

 

Had this issue with V1 contacted Hank he sent another bezel, which sorted it.

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fluke wrote:

heatwaves wrote:
Has anyone else had an issue with the lens rattling around with the stainless steel bezel? The regular bezel has a snug fit with the lens, but I’ve carefully screwed on the stainless steel bezel three times and although it’s on correctly, it doesnt rest against the lens.

 


Had this issue with V1 contacted Hank he sent another bezel, which sorted it.

Thanks. I’ll shoot hank a message.

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My fireflies e07 is a great example. Head close to same size as my d4s but I edc the e07 way more often. The d4svn is a lot more bulky to the fat body. Even though it’s shorter than the e07, it’s the thickness that matters. It’s also heavier as well. And when you put your hands in pocket, it feels more in the way due to the fat body.

I’m hoping that if Hank releases a 21700 based d4 that he goes back to the smooth body to make it easier slide in and out of the pocket.

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Kindle wrote:
blueb8llz wrote:
My fireflies e07 is a great example. Head close to same size as my d4s but I edc the e07 way more often. The d4svn is a lot more bulky to the fat body. Even though it’s shorter than the e07, it’s the thickness that matters. It’s also heavier as well. And when you put your hands in pocket, it feels more in the way due to the fat body.

I’m hoping that if Hank releases a 21700 based d4 that he goes back to the smooth body to make it easier slide in and out of the pocket.

I’m hoping for a 21700 based D4S purely for not weird battery choices. The 26650 choices all seem weird and unknown to me.

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Shockli 5500 work very well in the D4S 26650. And I like the feel of the light in the hand.

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I tend to buy two of each battery. One in the torch, one to swap out immediately and then I charge the flat one.

How is shipping/availability in Australia? Problems with authenticating genuine/getting it from a trusted seller?

The Shockli does it give max draw to get all out of the light?

The other thing I saw is KeepPower but I can’t seem to find any unprotected cells in this country. Unsure if I can get cells shipped from overseas without potential customs issues. And then there’s issues of returning and postage costs with returning if it’s a dud.

Edit: I have an Emisar D1S and I have no doubts the D4S or any other Emisar product will be to the same high standard. I just wish I could buy a Samsung, LG, Sony, etc battery for it locally.

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Shipping might be a show stopper, but you can contact Simon at Shockli and ask him about shipping and who might sell them down under; and there are threads about buying batteries there. The KeepPower 6000 is the same cell inside the wrap as the Shockli. If it is protected button top its performance might be slightly lower, but still very good.
With the XPL-Hi someone measured 15.4 amps on turbo. That cell can handle 20 amps and will give maximum without any issues. It is a high capacity cell and will give better runtimes than a high drain cell.
Not bad for a newbie giving you advice, aye?

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heatwaves wrote:
Has anyone else had an issue with the lens rattling around with the stainless steel bezel? The regular bezel has a snug fit with the lens, but I’ve carefully screwed on the stainless steel bezel three times and although it’s on correctly, it doesnt rest against the lens.

Just got mine yesterday – same problem. I looked a little closer, and realized there was no o-ring in the SS bezel. Take the o-ring out of the regular bezel, put it in the SS bezel, and that should take care of it.

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Tumbl3s wrote:
I tend to buy two of each battery. One in the torch, one to swap out immediately and then I charge the flat one.

How is shipping/availability in Australia? Problems with authenticating genuine/getting it from a trusted seller?

The Shockli does it give max draw to get all out of the light?

The other thing I saw is KeepPower but I can’t seem to find any unprotected cells in this country. Unsure if I can get cells shipped from overseas without potential customs issues. And then there’s issues of returning and postage costs with returning if it’s a dud.

Edit: I have an Emisar D1S and I have no doubts the D4S or any other Emisar product will be to the same high standard. I just wish I could buy a Samsung, LG, Sony, etc battery for it locally.

Try and buy the Vapcell 26650 from AliExpress. They should ship to Australia.

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Helios azimuth wrote:
Shipping might be a show stopper, but you can contact Simon at Shockli and ask him about shipping and who might sell them down under; and there are threads about buying batteries there. The KeepPower 6000 is the same cell inside the wrap as the Shockli. If it is protected button top its performance might be slightly lower, but still very good. With the XPL-Hi someone measured 15.4 amps on turbo. That cell can handle 20 amps and will give maximum without any issues. It is a high capacity cell and will give better runtimes than a high drain cell. Not bad for a newbie giving you advice, aye?

How do I contact Simon at Shockli? Also, I don’t know who Simon is at all.

I’ll take all the advice/help I can get – it’s all useful. I’m way newer here than you and even past that life’s about learning.

If I can a reliable supplier of some decent cell I can trust then yeah the 26650 is definitely back on the table. I did recently end up paying for a Cu+Ti FF E07, which I expect will be beautiful and cellable with a Samsung 21700 but have a bit of QC wonkiness.

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cjh1955 wrote:
heatwaves wrote:
Has anyone else had an issue with the lens rattling around with the stainless steel bezel? The regular bezel has a snug fit with the lens, but I’ve carefully screwed on the stainless steel bezel three times and although it’s on correctly, it doesnt rest against the lens.

Just got mine yesterday – same problem. I looked a little closer, and realized there was no o-ring in the SS bezel. Take the o-ring out of the regular bezel, put it in the SS bezel, and that should take care of it.

Exactly. I did the same thing. Facepalm Look in the old bezel. O ring is probably still in there.

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Rbpinto seems to know about shipping to Australia by AliExpress, see above. If that does not work others will chime in with their experiences, but it would not hurt to contact Simon:
E-mail: sales@shockli.com
Website:www.shockli.com
Hope it is not too expensive.

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I also would love to see a Ti/Cu version of the D4Sv2

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Does anyone know of a good holster and diffuser that fits the D4sv2 well?

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I received my new D4SV2 yesterday. So nice! Cyan, Stainless Bezel, floody optic, and SST-20 4000K. It’s pretty awesome for my uses – home, truck, campsite.

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Ucm45 wrote:
Does anyone know of a good holster and diffuser that fits the D4sv2 well?

I’m gonna try this one for my D4SV2:

Diffuser

It’s for flashlight with a head diameter of 38mm, the D4SV2 is 37,5mm.I think it should fit

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Ucm45 wrote:
Does anyone know of a good holster and diffuser that fits the D4sv2 well?

I bought this holster for my D4SV2 and I love it. It’s a bit stretchy so it will fit several other lights with a similar size.
It can be rotated and snapped into 45 degree angles so you can use the light to shine in front of you with your hands free. If you don’t want the rotation at all, just glue the rotating part of it.

For a diffuser, this one in 36mm should fit snugly. I bought a similar one from Banggood, but it’s not available there anymore.

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Emisar D4V2 SST-20 4000K, D4V2 Ti SST-20 2700K, D4V2 Ti SST-20 4000K, D4V2 Ti XPL-Hi V3 1A, D4SV2 SST-20 3000K Noctigon KR1 OSRAM W2, K9.3 XPL-Hi V3 3A + SST-20 2700K | Fireflies PL47G2 XPL HI V3 3A, PL47G2 SST-20 4000K, E07 219B 4500K Lumintop FW1A SST-20 4000K, Tool AA 2.0 Nitecore LR12 XP-L HD V6 6500K, TUP XP-L HD V6 6500K | Sofirn C01S SST-20 4000K, SP10S LH351D 5000K, IF25/LT1-M SST-20 2700K + 6500K w/3D printed diffuser, BLF SP36 LH351D 5000K, BLF LT1 | ZebraLight SC700d XHP 70.2 5000K Hi-CRI, SC53Fc XP-L2 4000K Convoy C8+ SST-40 6500K Acebeam H30 XHP 70.2 5000K | Manker E14 III LH351D 6500K

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Would it be possible and actually a good idea to drive D4S V2 with a 3*AA battery holder?

I’m looking for a good muggle light and this one in muggle mode looks like an interesting option…

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It should be possible but it is not the best idea because you loose a lot of runtime and brightness. Also the AA alkaline batteries are known for leaking.

If you use only the muggle mode with three rechargeable AA batteries it should work well. Most likely they won’t deliver more than 1000 lumen. Maybe you could also use a protected 26650 battery?

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I looked at the topic closer…
Quite a few 26650 lights support 3*AA. But 3*AA holder is actually over 30 mm in diameter. Too large for D4S. Sad
Protected 26650 probably won’t work – Emisar lights don’t tend to support protected cells.
Anyway – while I feel that protected Li-ion cell threadlocked in a rechargeable light would be a fair choice I would still feel better with NiMh.

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A short time lapse of the heat development with XPL-HI V2 5D emitters:

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Chatika vas Paus wrote:
AlexGT wrote:
What improvements does it have over the original D4S?

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