Vinh said the following about that light (direct quote from the lounge thread):
TK61vn V2-V4 Project was a challenging one. There was a
I am in the same boat as to questioning the differences in models and price. What makes the pro more expensive than regular?
I would almost spin this around to ask instead: With the great efficicacy we can achieve today is there a need for cool white LEDs by default ? The small
I am awaiting delivery of two Efest 18350 900MaH batteries I ordered when I placed my order for the EC-11...
I am having a hard time seeing why one is "PRO" and the other not. Beyond the increased price what's the pro? Not being snarky rather also
I don't know, $50 or $60 I guess.. Batteries, I'm not sure, I have a AA charger from a number of years ago, I guess it still works so maybe rechargeable
The old way of forums can be used now. Panjo is just another option. All of my stuff for sale is thread based now...
Thanks for your info Ryp.
Get a programmable light, and program it to have just one mode. For example, I can program my 2xAA Quark to have just a single mode that comes on in moonlight.
Looks to me, you would need throw but still with enough spill. Which price range are you looking at? What for batteries you want to use? (AA, CR123, 18650,
Green brown or yellow g2x. Or malkoff
I agree! This is fun info to have on the Maxa Beam. Thanks Matt!
When I compare cool white to neutral white, there's no contest. The neutral white is the clear winner, when it comes to showing colours. It's well worth
Yes with an alkaline or NiMH you don't even have the option of 500lm.
Wow thanks for all the replies, maybe these images will help more, see below. I take the dog across that small street and she goes to the bathroom on
1 4AA white battery adapter 36.00
1 Shipping 7.00
Thanks for your testing.
I did NOT think there was a thermal step down.Fireclaw18 just did not time his like you
You can avoid the step down by using something other than a 14500 battery. Correct?
Neutral to warm for me. I want a more politically correct color, as in whats natural (or at least close to it). The lumen war that was going on recently
I posted yesterday to another thread that the human eye after becoming acclimated to a darkened area is very poor at determining color. Your pupils are