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We had a couple of days of mid 30s and now we're going back down to the teens and single digits for a bit. The nice thing about March is that the lows
I have or have had Fenix, Foursevens, Eagletac, and Nitecore lights and none have failed but I am not rough on them, I have dropped my Fenix and Foursevens
Unfortunately this new cell 'MJ1' will be 4,20V only. Nevertheless it will be a verry interesting cell, I guess.
IIRC the light didn't get to hot until like ~7 minutes...I might be wrong. Let me check later
Vivian and I talked today. We "ended" our relationship on a peaceful note. We will be friends for now. It will be the most difficulty thing
There is certainly some truth to that, but it is not completely irrelevant. CRI is a good general indicator of color rendering ability, but not a perfect
Interesting comparison. Also take note that most 4.35v cells have a rated average voltage of ~3.75 to 3.78v @ 0.2C discharge. The Panasonic on the other
Aweman that's sucky why were you eating on it ? I assume u used it to eat on...what was special about the plate to you ?
Some flashlights have a low voltage notification that causes blinking. If the batteries are overdischarged they will shut off 100% with no warning, so
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Keep strong Vinh! I know it's easier said than done, it's funny and ironic you and I were talking about wedding registry and I mentioned I'm also planning
Maybe the color LEDs
I didn't even notice it was such an old thread. I was just trying to findout if anybody still sells those bulbs or if there even made anymore since I
I just received this light recently, and decided I an do without the amazingly high CRI on it. My colorblindness just doesn't appreciate it. So I'll be
The red is much better, thanks!
Like these ones?
It depends on the application.
I think it is better to use lower color temperatures in smaller rooms, and higher color temperatures in wide