How many S2+'s do you have? Knockoffs Included.

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Nice!!! Thumbs Up

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NeutralFan wrote:
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Around a dozen I think… unused hosts not included.

EDIT to add…. Not exactly sure what a S2+ Clone is, but I don’t believe I have any.

Here’s an example of an S2+ clone that I have: S2 PLUS LED FLASHLIGHT HOST 118MM X 24MM – PURPLE

If anyone is interested, these Kaidomain hosts are of very high quality. I have all the colors. Facepalm I would prefer to buy them from Simon at the Convoy flashlight Store, but he doesn’t offer them.

Thank you for the info NeutralFan, I was not aware of those.

Maybe “not being aware” was a good thing, time will tell. Cash Cash Cash Big Smile Big Smile

Seriously… I see some of those colored hosts in my future. Wink

Here are the Kaidomain blue, pink, red, and purple S2+s. The silver (clear), black, and gray came from Simon.

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Very nice.
How are the tailcaps lit up?

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The tailcaps are lit up with lighted switches: lighted switch for convoy flashlight

I mix and match different color LEDs to make unique colors. Here are some examples:


I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.

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NeutralFan wrote:
The tailcaps are lit up with lighted switches: lighted switch for convoy flashlight

I mix and match different color LEDs to make unique colors. Here are some examples:


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Nice!

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NeutralFan wrote:
The tailcaps are lit up with lighted switches: lighted switch for convoy flashlight

I mix and match different color LEDs to make unique colors. Here are some examples:



I like that NeutralFan.. a lot!! Thumbs Up

What driver is required to work the lighted railcap??

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Lately I’ve been using the Convoy drivers that are compatible with lighted switches – here’s an example: 17mm Driver for SST40 ,12groups , max current output 5000mA, Temperature protection management inside

Thus you don’t need to install a bleeder resistor.

I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.

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Thanks for the driver info NeutralFan. ✅

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