There's a first look video here. You were right, the anti-roll is relying on the side switch and appears pretty lame. And it does tail stand properly.
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Oh yes, this particular team soldier C2, I kick myself for missing out on this one. Very different from the more common team solder C2 out there, I would
So I'm torn between getting a Seek Thermal or waiting to see how good the new Flir One is with its updated design and resolution. To wait or not to wait,
I use sanyo eneloops in both my e25 lights,great AA cells and recommend them
As I thought, thanks, the head is about the same size, and the tube is still smaller than the head, I think the 52 with the oversized head to body ratio
Check out GeoBruin's post & Bad JuJu's post for photos of SC62 & SC52 side by side.
Well be sure to checkout the battery section here over at CPF. Lots of information there about all kinds of batteries and chargers. Yes, the E25 works
Very interesting points. Yes I do mean holding the light almost parallel. I actually prefer the spill of TIR to reflector because it isn't a cone of light
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just to check if Iam still lucky;
NiMh are by definition rechargeables, and yes, Eneloops are the gold standard. Get a newer decent charger that chargers cells individually, but anything
Indeed. This light certainly has my attention and I'll be following its progress with great interest. As you say Vinh is certain to utilise the 88mm or
+1 for Illumination Supply.
Picked up another TM26 (3800 lumen version) from them a month or so ago. Couldn't pass up the light for the price.
500lm for 3 minutes on the Eneloop. I guess that means until it steps down, right?
LOL! I liked the SOS mode.
+ think what vinh could do,this really has the makings of a potential No1 seller imo.........k60vn with led options(be it XHP50 or XHP70 or even a de-domed
I'll take the TK09.
just want to try one.True to say,I hate getting something for free.I believe that only earned things lasts.So if I ever get