Solarforce AA 820 Lumens XM-L (18650/2AA)

Since Solarforce isn't producing the L2R (2AA) right now, solarforce sales is offering a lego variant of the L2. I wonder how that drop-in performs with 2AA, when it's designed for 1x18650. Also the batteries would rattle a lot in a 2AA setup, I assume.

Yeah that's what I thought too about the sagging as the batteries deplete. My manafont XM-L dropins wouldn't like the 2AA setup. The question is why SFS even considers to bundle these lego parts. Is the dropin better regulated than any other 3.7 V dropin out there? This is either ingenious or a really bad idea.

And they have the low-voltage XP-G module still in their line-up, which I believe is better suited... unless I'm overlooking something here.

I hate their stupid website

I started to look for just the extender and realized ....lifes to short

Hey oldbobk why aren't you using the tennergy nimh D cells ?

Here are the "conventors"

I try to thread high-jack all of Vertrex's posts ....I'm still humming the playtapus tune ..

The AA is of great interest to me since my brother recently found the eneloop and wants AA lights only ..