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uncajesse wrote:

Exactly what I was thinking as I was reading this. I like bright torches, but this is getting into the league of having to wear a welding helmet so you can use it and not damage your eyes!

“I wear my sunglasses at night, so I can, so I can,” turn on my torch without going blind!

Awesome lights though Shocked

The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.

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Hopefully this’d be more affordable, 5 XML mega close together. One for throw the rest for flood 3500 lumen high
http://www.spark001.com/Products.aspx?ProductID=30

I’m glad I’m not the only flashlight collector out there, I was beginning to think I was strange.
My name is Kendall and I’m a Flashaholic from western Canada

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CarpentryHero wrote:
Hopefully this’d be more affordable, 5 XML mega close together. One for throw the rest for flood 3500 lumen high http://www.spark001.com/Products.aspx?ProductID=30

http://www.sbflashlights.com/Spark-SP6-p231.html 400$ Silly

 

 
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I actually have the 360CSM Flydragon. Wall of light with big flood. It does have some throw however it is visually lost due to the area lighting affect. Yoy can run it for the life of the batteries- it doesn’t get too hot. Excellent build quaility- not a cheapie at all- professional finish. Biggest draw-back- leave the batteries in, it will drain them in less than 2 days! I think it will be the same with these multi emitters, and they will all be big flood lights. And heavy!

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scheven_architect wrote:
CarpentryHero wrote:
Hopefully this’d be more affordable, 5 XML mega close together. One for throw the rest for flood 3500 lumen high http://www.spark001.com/Products.aspx?ProductID=30

http://www.sbflashlights.com/Spark-SP6-p231.html 400$ Silly

$400? Dang that’s out of my league

I’m glad I’m not the only flashlight collector out there, I was beginning to think I was strange.
My name is Kendall and I’m a Flashaholic from western Canada

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CarpentryHero wrote:
scheven_architect wrote:
CarpentryHero wrote:
Hopefully this’d be more affordable, 5 XML mega close together. One for throw the rest for flood 3500 lumen high http://www.spark001.com/Products.aspx?ProductID=30

http://www.sbflashlights.com/Spark-SP6-p231.html 400$ Silly

$400? Dang that’s out of my league

Just wait until these kind of lights are available as budget brand :d

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX0Q6tLkluU&feature=player_embedded

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL3uhE54DXQ&feature=related

 

 
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scheven_architect wrote:
CarpentryHero wrote:
Hopefully this’d be more affordable, 5 XML mega close together. One for throw the rest for flood 3500 lumen high http://www.spark001.com/Products.aspx?ProductID=30

http://www.sbflashlights.com/Spark-SP6-p231.html 400$ Silly

Its 50 bucks cheaper at HKE.

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Awesome, I love your design-built, about 10 ideas, innovative. Big Smile

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