Years ago...I'm thinking 10-15, I found this light in the back of a rent-a-car in Florida on a vacation. On the head, it says what I think is ASP, with a number AI13336. When I found it, I wasnt really into all of this and just kept it. Funny, I am totally into flashlights now , and forgot about this guy as I gave it to my roomate as a SHTF light. Uses 2xCR123. The closest I have been able to find online is this:
Anyone have one of these? I took it apart, and it looks like it has an internal focus incan bulb -- where u can get a needle point throw out of it, to a pretty wide hotspot depending on how far you screw in the bulb. It seems like it has a brighter/tighter spot than my E2e incan..although focus im sure has something to do with my perception. The E2e has more spill, but when it comes to having a tight spot for throw is no contest. The tailswitch is very smooth and ridiculously quiet, and I just realized that this is probably my brightest incan. [My dad has a C3 with a P90- but havent had a chance to compare -- its not that bright]. It has a nice grippy foam sheath around the body and is very comparable sizewize to my 6PL.
Either way, curious if anyone has one, where I could get replacement bulbs [current one works, but its NICE] and...just your thoughts. Any clue on lumens? And if anyone knows if they will run AW's RCR123's? already blew a bulb tonight switching my E2e from a LED conversion head to the old incan head and forgetting about the 3.7v.
My first post in the incan forums. Thanks guys.
Next to 6PL
Bulb unscrewed from head
Beamshot ASP, with crappy iPhone. The tightness of the hotspot is actually drown out with the pic. it is a more focused hotspot.
E2e incan beamshot. bigger flood. in person, the ASP seems tighter and brighter.
ASP v. 6PL. I have a lotta LED's, but, the blue...the blue....