The thicker design definitely has its advantages. Although it feels clunkier in your pocket, it definitely feels better in your hands. The nice, solidStorminMatt Today, 03:28 PM
Definitely nothing wrong with buying two different modules and reselling the one that doesn't fit your needs as well.
Or better yet, just buy another
Good advice that especially beginning CPF members should take to heart! (too late for the folks that have 100+ lights already ). Shortlist for myself:RetroTechie Today, 03:12 PM
It's all of that "Free" BS that keeps me from ever ordering anything from them - Hell, I don't want no stinkin coin, I want a Flashlight!chuckhov Today, 03:11 PM
Up for sale is an all black 17670 HDS legacy clicky.
These legacy setups are getting harder and harder to find, especially with the extended tube.
My M61L showed up today. Very nice! Well packaged and it shipped quickly. The module itself is awesome! Luckily it's the correct one for my light andRob Babcock Today, 03:01 PM
Ugh. Without getting into details, let me just say I've killed close to half a roll on occasion. Just sayingmarkr6 Today, 02:51 PM
I guess it depends on how you use the light. You get 3 mins vs 1 with the NIMH and most people would be using the turbo for very short bursts. Also ifsnowlover91 Today, 02:44 PM