'a pain' is mildly said for what was needed to get it al out, but I got it done with a major amount of controlled brute force:
But looking now at the construction I actually think it could have been done easier. The lens is plastic so what you can do is stick your tiniest screwdriver or knife at the side of the lens and work it outwards until it pops out. Then remove the o-ring, then the reflector can be easily pushed out. This way you do not have to push the reflector through the o-ring, this o-ring is namely pressed sideways instead of outwards when the reflector is pushed out, making it so hard.
I use the Fenix ALB-10 on the handlebar w/ a standard flashlight (I use various modded EE X6s). For an angled light, you could mount it on the stem instead. It can rotate about 30**, but not 90**. It’s super stable for bombing down bumpy trails, can accept a light w/ battery tube up to about 30mm in diameter.
Any beamshots or comparison shots against similar output level on “known” lights?
Also, anyone more expert than me (almost everyone) can suggest a better driver for this, with more modes and at least a double power output?
Also is 1h runtime with as low as 85lm just too low even for a low efficent driver?