WTB RRT01 (2019)

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Kona G
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WTB RRT01 (2019)

Lightly used, not abused..

If your OCD purchased a half dozen NIB, I’d be jumpin up & down for one (:

Emitter mod, I plan to swap to hi cri.. so what ya got?

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These guys apparently have them in stock. I just ordered one but I double-checked with the owner through the Facebook link first. I would suggest that you do the same just in case they send a 2020. I ordered from this company a few years ago and all went well. JETBEAM JET RRT-01 2019

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Thanks for link!
Confirmed HK Equip are still selling the 2019 models, and have about a dozen units in stock Thumbs Up

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My pleasure. I post here again to let you know when mine arrives

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It did arrive about 10 days after ordering. shipped UPS ground via US warehouse. Happy with it but I intend to change the led to a 219c most likely and also to try to source an OP reflector.

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219c looks good in them. A Convoy pebbled TIR makes it a great floody beam. Did that to one of mine. Not super difficult. You have to keep the stock lens and oring because the TIR is just a wee bit short. Seems to keep it pretty water tight though.

I think I still have pics of the step by step I did on it. If you need them shoot me a PM.

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toddcshoe wrote:
219c looks good in them. A Convoy pebbled TIR makes it a great floody beam. Did that to one of mine. Not super difficult. You have to keep the stock lens and oring because the TIR is just a wee bit short. Seems to keep it pretty water tight though.

I think I still have pics of the step by step I did on it. If you need them shoot me a PM.

That’s kind of you to offer. I’ve already had it completely opened to measure the reflector. Looks to be straightforward but if I run into any issues I’ll be sure to do that. Did you use a 45 deg optic ?