Thanks for the great review.LightObsession Today, 01:33 AM
Lol.. I'll just stay quiet on that!
Yeah..so I'm not sure if with the "fixed" tailcaps that the runtime experiments
I'm not aware of the flickering but they did say the early batch had issues with battery rattle due to the tolerances being off, I'm not sure though ifsnowlover91 Today, 01:16 AM
Yah - I think some of them weren't to spec or something and there were flickering & cell rattling issues with some of the first batch.
Was there a post saying Zebralight had made some modifications to the new pogo based on the feedback about flickering or something? Thought I saw ittops2 Today, 01:07 AM
Thanks for the reviews.
I was excited about this light until I saw that it had mode memory and no way to go directly to low, unless it was
The flickering could have to do with the circuit requirements and amp draw. Let's just assume for a minute that the pogo pins are in some way better atsnowlover91 Today, 12:55 AM
Until now I only had my hands on to tiny and medium sized Thorfires, but recently I received a really big one: the S70. As far as I know, the biggestkj75 Today, 12:43 AM
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Keep it rolling - I NEEEEEEED to be convinced the new design sux hella bad so I don't ever buy one.
Sigh. Look Tachead. You might be right. But there is insufficient evidence for a conclusion on either side. You even suggested we all just wait forgunga Today, 12:34 AM
Bud, it's a stupid flashlight, not the 'fountain of youth,' or some new whiz-bang super reactor that's going to save humanity from the oil cartels.ChrisGarrett Today, 12:33 AM
Interest in the KT1.ong54923 Today, 12:31 AM
This would have been around 2000-2001 and it was near a joint Air Force and Navy base. I have no idea what my friend's parents actually did though, soOGnova Today, 12:28 AM