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    Default SOLD: Mag625R - Double Batteries, Price Drop #4

    Sold:

    Mag625R (4400 lumens) w/ 2 sets of cells.

    This light is a Mag625R similar to AWRs Mag625R except longer. It's built in a 6D Mag body with a 1D extension to hold 11 4Ah 1/2D NiMH cells. The custom Hotdriver is set to 12.7 volts. I placed aluminum foil between the insulation and the inner surface of the Mag body to reflect IR back inside the body instead of being absorbed by the aluminum tube. The foil and refractory insulation are absolutely necessary to allow more than 5 minutes of run time. At 8 minutes the head becomes uncomfortable to hold. There are no marks on this light. It is flawless.

    Included components:
    6D Mag Black
    1D extension
    2 x Osram 64625 Bi-pin bulbs
    Camless MOP reflector
    Boro-float lens
    AWRs Hotdriver (Special for Mag625R)
    KIU ceramic socket
    Ceramic refractory insulation
    Tail spring fix
    11 x 1/2D 4000mAh NiMH batteries
    Another 11 1/2D Cells
    PVC charging tube (I'll put banana plugs or Tamaya connector per buyers choice)

    Shipping will be via DHL ground. I'll cap this at $20 any where in CONUS. Was originally capped at $15 but the weight of the additional cells will raise shipping costs.


    Beam shot comparison with a Mag138. The Mag625R is on the left.



    The first gets it.

    Last edited by JimmyM; 04-18-2007 at 12:20 PM. Reason: Modify deal

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    Thumbs up Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    *DROOOOOL*

    good luck selling!
    Its not going to last too long at this price!

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Holy jesus, And you can use it as a baseball bat too. that thing is HUGE. That's just cool. What is the runtime off of a full charge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallis
    Holy jesus, And you can use it as a baseball bat too. that thing is HUGE. That's just cool. What is the runtime off of a full charge?

    Shane
    Not quite sure. It runs long enough to get too hot to use, then after it cools off. You can do it again. And again. Approx runtime to "HOLY SH*T! That thing is hot"! Is about 8-10 minutes. 8 minutes for those of us with hands used to computer work. 10 minutes for those of us working in the steel industry. I figure 2 full runs limited by temperatire and the 3rd one would drop way out of regulation before it quits.

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    Ahh so its more of a "hey look at my firestarter, flashlight, baseball bat, blunt trauma weapon". It still rocks. getting about 25-30 minutes off a full charge isnt bad at all. Almsot puts it in the practically usable catagory as long as you have a welding glove on while wielding it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallis
    Ahh so its more of a "hey look at my firestarter, flashlight, baseball bat, blunt trauma weapon".
    Of course. I thought that went without saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallis
    Holy jesus, And you can use it as a baseball bat too. that thing is HUGE.
    I picture it being more used as a walking stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuxLuthor
    I picture it being more used as a walking stick.
    Har har har.


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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    What is the approx. light output on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by willrx
    What is the approx. light output on it?
    The numbers work out to ~4100 bulb lumens. It looks like more, I believe, because it's SOOOO white. I think somewhere in these forums it's been described as "scary white".
    Last edited by JimmyM; 02-12-2007 at 01:42 PM. Reason: Correct lumens

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuxLuthor
    I picture it being more used as a walking stick.
    I think I should come up with my own line of lights. "Freud's Flashlights"
    The "John Holmes 625"
    The "Milton Burle 458"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyM
    I think I should come up with my own line of lights. "Freud's Flashlights"
    The "John Holmes 625"
    The "Milton Burle 458"
    You could make a surefire "porcupine" knockoff and call it the "Ron Jeremy - Hedgehog"


    lol

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Quote Originally Posted by Hallis
    You could make a surefire "porcupine" knockoff and call it the "Ron Jeremy - Hedgehog"



    Or the "Peter North - Not all that large. But WOW can it throw."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyM



    Or the "Peter North - Not all that large. But WOW can it throw."



    ROFL!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    I corrected the lumens. It's 4100 not 2200. Oops.
    I was confusing bulb versus torch lumens.
    See this thread. It has all the info you want on the 64625.
    http://candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=110052
    Last edited by JimmyM; 02-12-2007 at 01:43 PM.

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Jimmy, can the hotdriver be set to any other settings other than for your setup? If so is there any reason that it could not be transfered to another light with the KIU socket and set to say 12.1v or so? Thanks, hb.
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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Quote Originally Posted by hburner
    Jimmy, can the hotdriver be set to any other settings other than for your setup? If so is there any reason that it could not be transfered to another light with the KIU socket and set to say 12.1v or so? Thanks, hb.
    No, no reason why not. The "Special" part is a shorter soft-start to save the MOSFET from burning up. AWR could shed more light.

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    Thanks, I may inquire to him about this, hb/.
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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Could be a good partner to my 4D.

    Whats the physical size, ie length?

    How long is the runtime of a full charge of 4Ah batteries?

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    It's 60 mm longer than a standard 6D. I'm not sure how long that is.
    As far as run time. I'd say 2-1/2 eight(8) minute runs.

    Quote Originally Posted by jumpstat
    Could be a good partner to my 4D.

    Whats the physical size, ie length?

    How long is the runtime of a full charge of 4Ah batteries?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Back from some vacation and figure it's time for a bump. so...

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    ...And also a price drop. See the original posting.

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #1



    Nobody?

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #1

    I guess another price drop may be in order. See the original post.

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #2

    Perhaps a

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyM
    It's 60 mm longer than a standard 6D. I'm not sure how long that is.
    As far as run time. I'd say 2-1/2 eight(8) minute runs.
    Go ahead....get your tape measure out. We want to see how long your stick is.

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    Not sure about my stick, but the Mag is about 21-3/4"


    Quote Originally Posted by LuxLuthor
    Go ahead....get your tape measure out. We want to see how long your stick is.

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #2

    whats the brand of batteries?

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #2

    They're Aero 1/2D4000HPJs. I got them here...
    http://www.batterieswholesale.com/nimh.htm

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    Default Re: For Sale: Mag625R - Price Drop #3

    Perhaps a for price drop #3
    This is killing me. I thought it would have gone by now.
    Perhaps I'll raise it back to it's original price and throw in the additional battery pack.

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