Good for you!
As for me I lost my H600w mkii so thats 89$ down the drain. At least I got to use it for 1 1/2 years.
The implication of the Pilot's union deal points toward of pallets of batteries. I agree that a smaller device may not warrant as much scrutiny. Buthangn_9 Today, 10:45 AM
But output will be significantly less with a Nichia. I think there is also no support for 10440.newbie66 Today, 10:44 AM
Same here, the ano on my body is staring to show some wear. I love the way worn lights look.mk2rocco Today, 10:43 AM
I carry mine every day in my coat pocket, shorten the body for summer carry. I actually dropped mine last night pretty hard at the movie theater (watchedboafish Today, 10:36 AM
I absolutely love this light. Pure clean white...not warm or cool.markr6 Today, 10:30 AM
Yeah I am in that thread also. Good to know your an RC guy. It has been my experience that the RC dude's accumulate battery knowledge. A large parthangn_9 Today, 10:29 AM
I got a 4-pack of 4000K high CRI form amazon. Around $15, but I think they're closer to $18 now.
I got the 100w in singles for $13.95 each,
Decided to sell my SC600MK III that USPS lost and finally returned to me yesterday. I love it, but having a mix of cool and neutral tints is too muchmarkr6 Today, 10:26 AM
Thanks for review, I was curious how the MT-G2 version measured in reality. Provided a good sample can be had through a groupbuy it seems like a decentThetasigma Today, 10:20 AM
Yes. Well for the DHL shipping option at least. I paid $20 for my H600Fd MKIII.Tachead Today, 10:12 AM
I can only aspire to owning one of these lights, and have to be content with my lovely Malkoffs.
I haven't read many user experiences with the light