Me too. Weird thing is you have to turn the part with the holes clockwise to open it.
I know my phone averages 500 ma during use. I would assume makers will be targeting at least this for the rezence devices. For a worklight application,
I have a Streamlight Excalibur with the rubber bullseye switch (1970's?) I think I'd try to and modify it, but it appears to have a different switch system
Read article. The one startup is smart, directional. One watt, which would make me happy.
I would be happy with one watt at 15 foot.
Ummm... people... this is a PUBLIC FORUM ON THE INTERNET... ABOUT FLASHLIGHTS!!! Seriously... if you are THAT paranoid about your "reputation"
I think I recall some fake or "alternate" chips out there, which may or may not be part of what you are seeing. I've just tried a quick search
I don't know about Philips, but I don't think that Cree has released any of their newer products in 230V.
I did get a good laugh at the image
How about this sturdy Grote unit which can be bought on Amazon.
The Grote 64071 would fit the bill. These aren't el-cheapo, break 'em before you can get 'em installed buckets.
Comes with a free* set