Apparently it would cost far more to switch over to AAs than could ever be saved, at least in one lifetime. That was the main reason the notion wasn't
Can someone please send me the code as well. I have been waiting a long time for a light like this. Simple yet powerful.
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 on geekwire. The one startup, called cota, is smart, directional, and called crazy. One watt, which would make me happy.
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