That is a nice looking light, would really be interested in seeing a review. Recently I was in a store and got to play with a lot of lights, one thing I’ve noticed is the budget brands like ultrafire have really stepped up their machining when it comes to knurling and finish, perhaps at solarforce levels.
Thanks for sharing; it really looks like one of the nicer ’X-’Fire lights I’ve seen (also the first one to appeal to me, visually). I’d probably go with the Crelant at MD-Lightsource considering the price difference is minimal. Or the Blaze X at ShiningBeam for similar performance with a different UI.
The host looks great. Its to bad that most dual voltage x-fire lights dont regulate on a single cell and only achieve max lumens on 2 cells. Unless someone proves otherwise with this particular light, this will be a pass for me.
So is the Crelant version infinitely variable for brightness?? Is the ultrafire the same? I’ve been wanting a ramping side switch light for a long time. Have a finally found a good looking budget version?
I though the poster was referring to the 7G2CS, which I owned. It’s a well-built light (noticeable step up from Solarforce, for example), but the ramping was a bit slow and he CW tint was a little too cool for my taste. It’s still a lot of light for the current sale price @md.