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    *Flashaholic* fyrstormer's Avatar
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    Default Time for more photos.

    Time for me to post some decent pics of my non-Gizmos. (well, mostly. ) And what the hey, let's throw in a few spare parts for fits and giggles.

    McGizmo Sapphire and Lummi Raw Ti


    McGizmo Spare PD Piston


    Peak McKinley Ultra-Power and Muyshondt Nautilus


    Same as above, with emitters turned on


    Arc Flashlight Arc6 on a McGizmo Ti-PD Pak


    McGizmos Ti-PD-XR19 and Haiku XR-E, two iterations of the same ideal


    Same as above, heads separate from bodies


    McGizmo Ti-PD Piston with battery, spare Ti-PD head, and spare Ti Bezel


    Cree MC-E Neutral emitter, posing on a US quarter for scale


    Nitecore EX10 GDP in a JHanko Ti shell, and a PhotonFanatic Tasklight Two


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    2011 EDIT: More pics!

    Custom TnC Ti E2C Adaptor, custom-shaved Fireworm F1 Ti bezel, and Dereelight drop-in


    Three custom TnC E2C Adaptors in Ti, Brass, and Copper


    Another custom-shaved Fireworm F1 Ti bezel, TorchLab Tri-XPG drop-in, custom Copper TnC E2C Adaptor (now aged), and McGizmo 2x123 Clicky Pak


    Both lights from above, fully assembled


    Muyshondt Nautilus (barely used) and Muyshondt Aeon (carried every day with other metal tools), posing on a Fenix E05


    Muyshondt Aeon from above, after some well-deserved but totally-unnecessary polishing


    Jetbeam PC25, showing off its cool mode-changing side switch, and Jetbeam's new aesthetic for their lower-cost lights


    McGizmo Sundrop XR-U with a UV emitter, lighting up the UV-reactive quinine in a bottle of tonic water


    Custom TnC E2C Adaptors from above, posing next to some other fine EDC equipment


    Nitecore EX10 GDP in a KuKu Ti shell with red tritium markers, posing in front of a mirror, with a bit of UV light reflecting off the knurling


    Jetbeam TC-R2, my EDC for most of the past year, showing off its freshly-polished Mini Blunt Strike Bezel
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    Default Re: Time for more photos.

    Really nice pics there, fyrstormer. Now I must mop up my drool.

    Geoff

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    Default Re: Time for more photos.

    You mean liquid praise, right?

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    Default Re: Time for more photos.

    A year and a half later, I finally get around to adding some new pictures.

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    How is the UI on the sun drop

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    Default Re: Time for more photos.

    The SunDrop UI is the same as all new McGizmos: lightly press the switch to turn the light on, quickly release-and-press-again to change to the next mode, press fully to lock the switch in the ON position.

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    Default Re: Time for more photos.

    Fyrstormer, I'm jealous...for real. BUT I did just get my first:

    ...and He separated the light from darkness. Check out my lights.

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    Great photos!

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    Those are some nice lights!

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