Sounds interesting and good luck towards it. BUT, if you are talking about the most versatile UI for a tactical light, that is not it (at least not forRWT1405 Today, 06:27 AM
Come to think of it, I think you're right (which explains the difference in amps). I stand corrected.
Was doing a little reading on Energizer
Ok. Thanks for info!Tim W Today, 06:23 AM
And another price drop on the 6P for the weekend.BigBluefish Today, 06:15 AM
Agreed. The 16340 is longer and I have a harder time switching modes with it in my Haiku.qmtu Today, 05:56 AM
I've had a very positive experience with these.
No batteries/special adapter required!
I have this light and I really like it, superb performance from a single cell. I've used it a lot while hiking, usually the low mode when walking aroundLessDark Today, 05:43 AM
Maybe Apresys? They produce outstanding long distance range finders.pvsampson Today, 05:05 AM
Wow that's an impressive rangefinder. I'm looking to get a new one myself. But I know can't afford one like you have, not at the moment anyway. What islumentia Today, 04:47 AM
Thanks for the recommendation. That's one I hadn't encountered. It looks like it's still available, but the maximum candela of 4600 means it's not optimal.bluemax_1 Today, 04:10 AM
I haven't had a chance to play with the HDS, but if you were say, in the Momentary Maximum or Strobe mode, what steps exactly, are required to switchbluemax_1 Today, 04:06 AM