No probs I am quite good at spending others money.....apparently !
The cheaper one will do fine, I just look ahead and it would save
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Thanks for that great explanation. Sadly beyond my abilities. Vinh said he would replace driver for me with his. I think that would solve the problem?
Great stuff, can't beat a tank that gives good flavour reliably! I am having strawberry milkshake from vampire vape and its like vaping a Macy's milkshake
Wowser thats expensive!
I will just stick with the cheaper one for now and upgrade in the future.
Thanks for your help
Reylight and Insingo
How well will the PB400 charger work with a solar panel?
Hmm, after the BOINC Android update last ~Friday my phone stopped getting new workunits, would only complete & return what workunits it had. Now though,
Yes I like that but which one is more useful the UV version or Red/Blue/Green???
I'm not a pro at this.
High discharge orbtronic 18650s won't activate the turbo mode. 2100mha, 30A
Charger Xiaomi ZI5 PB400
This is a very small 4 channel NiMH usb charger with power bank functionality.
Ok so what the best Nitecore Lights out there
I thought I was convinced and ready to buy the MH20GT and then I spotted the MH27
HI LOOKING FOR SOME INFO ON THIS LIGHT! I LIKE THE LOOK OF IT, JUST WANT SOME REVIEWS FROM PEOPLE WHO OWN ONE OR OWN KLARUS LIGHTS IMPARTICULAR, WHAT
Hi just wondering what the Ultimate Light is for Brightness and Throw?
Size no Object!
I fish at night and run a river checking limblines that I have baited, for catfish. I have a Nitecore TM16 to spot for snags and stumps as I run up/down
Does anyone have any (true) specifications on these 18650 cells?
All my searches come up with mixed answers
These are my choices:
Hey, just curious I purchased some eagtac 18650 batteries from an Australian shop and 2 of them wont charge fully. Itís a nitecore D4 charger and the
Hello. Over the years i've been building little amplifiers for friends. I generally use 8x AA NiMH batteries to power them. It's important to me that
I am after 16 x protected batteries.
Happy to spend $10 to $14 per cell.