Uniquefire UF V3 (XM-L T6) | A Look Back

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Uniquefire UF V3 (XM-L T6) | A Look Back
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Thanks for the walk down memory lane.

This brother light came first I believe;
https://budgetlightforum.com/node/7131

Have both and really like the light weight and pocket ability.

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Muto wrote:
Thanks for the walk down memory lane.

This brother light came first I believe;
https://budgetlightforum.com/node/7131

Have both and really like the light weight and pocket ability.

Ah , cool. Thanks. Didn’t know of that one. I do remember Dongrus.

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Yes, that’s been my thrower for almost 10 years now, always ready in the front closet. It has proven to be all the thrower I need for practical use. …Maybe because I live in the woods and it gets very dark here. It just doesn’t see a lot of use as I find an S2+ beam profile more suitable for most use. The UF-V3 has a nice clean tightly focused beam. I like it!
Mine has a 3 mode driver, don’t recall if I replaced it or not. I might consider an LED upgrade but it’s so well focussed now I’m reluctant to mess with it.