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Totally Cool!

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Fun!  Smile 

Reminds me of summer camp where we'd practice morse code flashing from across a little lake, maybe 200m shore to shore at the points we used.  Of course the lights back then were all dim halogens and any strobe was entirely manual. 

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Sounds cool! Thanks for sharing, CRC.

What’s turning out to be your top favorite mid/small sized throwers?

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Considering the Astrolux WP3 has a range of 2.9 km, that would really open their eyes…. and you’d be able to see it! Smile

I also don’t “need” a LEP, but I do “have” one…..

Someday I’ll go look for a safe area to play with it. Not a good light for just walking the dog, unless you have a greyhound maybe….

CRC wrote:
xevious wrote:
What’s turning out to be your top favorite mid/small sized throwers?

The Manker MC13 is my only thrower besides my Lumintop GT Nano.

Its really fun to have the ability to light up “way over there” with such a small pocketable device.

Im thinking of getting a proper thrower with usable spill for more practical usage though.

And I’d really like an LEP for some extra fun but dont “need” it lol

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Ha I love it.

Closest I’ve come to that was when I lived in a condo complex years ago and there was a pool below mine. Some jerkoffs were yelling and making all this noise one night at like 1 AM so I held my Nitecore TM26 (this was a long time ago) out the window and blasted them with 4,000+ lumens on turbo for like 5 seconds. It was pitch dark – fully open pupils I’m sure.

They were all shouting “WTF was that??!!!”

Lucky for them I hadn’t bought my Imalent MS18 yet (:

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Photon Master wrote:
Ha I love it.

Closest I’ve come to that was when I lived in a condo complex years ago and there was a pool below mine. Some jerkoffs were yelling and making all this noise one night at like 1 AM so I held my Nitecore TM26 (this was a long time ago) out the window and blasted them with 4,000+ lumens on turbo for like 5 seconds. It was pitch dark – fully open pupils I’m sure.

They were all shouting “WTF was that??!!!”

Lucky for them I hadn’t bought my Imalent MS18 yet (:


Ballsy. Now a days they might shoot back.
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pennzy wrote:
Photon Master wrote:
Ha I love it.

Closest I’ve come to that was when I lived in a condo complex years ago and there was a pool below mine. Some jerkoffs were yelling and making all this noise one night at like 1 AM so I held my Nitecore TM26 (this was a long time ago) out the window and blasted them with 4,000+ lumens on turbo for like 5 seconds. It was pitch dark – fully open pupils I’m sure.

They were all shouting “WTF was that??!!!”

Lucky for them I hadn’t bought my Imalent MS18 yet (:


Ballsy. Now a days they might shoot back.

Ha true. Well I was hiding behind the rail on my balcony and it might’ve been even less than 5 seconds.