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    I really like your arsenal of high-cri lights Mark. Some very high quality beams coming from them, no doubt.
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    Thank you Daniel for the kind words, i must admit i am a little partial to some hi cri goodness watered in 4000-5000k flavouring. As much as i love high output/far throwing/wide flooding lights, the most use for me is close up. So if i have to work on something, even look for anything, i simply want my eyes to be happy. No strain, no washing out, dont even need exaggerated colours. Just realistic, what to expect at mid day or early evening light works for me.


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    Don't start lusting for the High Noon and 3 O'clock HDSs. There will be no way back. Just scored a 170 Nichia HDS, should be here at the end of the month, just in time for the long dark evenings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    Don't start lusting for the High Noon and 3 O'clock HDSs. There will be no way back. Just scored a 170 Nichia HDS, should be here at the end of the month, just in time for the long dark evenings.
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    You will be surprised at how 170lm is more than enough. In todays lumens it seems like nothing, however it kicks out light far above what figures may suggest. A light that you will not put down, at the pub it will be in the opposite hand holding the pint................

    Its you also who has to be careful P

    I have a nice 5000k 219c in my 120, the 5700k i have in a drop in for work(L2T) which i do use a bit(in my tool bag ). It is pretty nice, just a single mode.......colours accurate etc etc but............but ​its a tad cool . I prefer a little warmer..........

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    This one is 4900k apparently, around my sweet spot.
    I've been wonering if this is the thin end of an expensive wedge,
    I'll let you know how I get on, once it arrives with a few other goodies from the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    This one is 4900k apparently, around my sweet spot.
    I've been wonering if this is the thin end of an expensive wedge,
    I'll let you know how I get on, once it arrives with a few other goodies from the US.
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    Cant wait P, i am almost as excited as you! Yes thin end of the expensive wedge, no need to let me know on that one..................no need to wonder anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    This one is 4900k apparently, around my sweet spot.
    I've been wonering if this is the thin end of an expensive wedge,
    I'll let you know how I get on, once it arrives with a few other goodies from the US.
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    Oh dear Peter, you don't want to go down that route. I did and look what happened to me! If it was 100 years ago I'd be in a straightjacket locked up in an asylum!
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    There would be a load of us from CPF Daniel, all side by side in padded cells

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    My favorites, at the moment.

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    can you pick one Ozy?
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    Yes, if you could pick JUST one what would it be lol

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    Oh man that's a hard one. Those who know me might know I flip lights often. These are the ones I can't see myself parting with, It's really difficult to answer because they're all my favorite in different areas.

    The copperhead is dear to me as it's one of a kind, same with the Action Light, for its rarity and what it represents.

    If I'm choosing just one all arounder, it will be the 18650 aluminum Sigma, for its looks, quality, practicality and I have a special place in my heart for handmade products.
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    Awesome variety ozy, i just want to reach out at the screen and grab all of them ..................taking extra care not to drop the action light on my foot! That is a beast

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    Beautiful Ozy that action light is awesome Green

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    Excellent collection Ozythemandias!

    You have some awesome lights.
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    Decided to get a recent pic of my work lights, only counted 9...................

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    They must be the envy of your work colleagues Mark .... at least those that can appreciate beautiful flashlights!
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    You got the best job in the world... you can work and play at the same time. @ven
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    Don't know about that , I would prefer proper dark use instead of artificial light in/under machinery. A few have seen some lights, pretty broad knowledge I have a thing for torches . Trouble is most drool over lenser catalogues so don't fully understand. Still a few have seen the light and see the benefits.

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    Friday night light, few to use this evening and tonight................boys and their toys

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    Excellent photo Mark.
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    Thank you for the kind words Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ven View Post
    Decided to get a recent pic of my work lights, only counted 9...................
    Very nice collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlumen View Post
    Very nice collection.

    Thanks NL, it does change around from time to time to break things up. The olight m20vn as been a bed side light for near 4yrs! Now getting some use in work with the single mode 219b. 5 different hosts, the g2 with the c2 head has an OR mule in, the 6p a nichia 219b triple. The L2T stainless has a nichia 219c 5700k. This L2T has had a good few years use, dropped,beaten and full of fine scratches and dings.........................a very solid(heavy too) host.

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    Aint she perdy?

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    Very cool pic mr fixer

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    In the distance (and out of focus) is a sail boat going in the opposite direction as the 15-25mph sustained wind. That always amazes me to see that.... a wind powered vessel moving towards the wind.
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    Simply wicked!
    Dark rainbow PVD & ZircuTi Nucleus lights just arrived over the weekend!

    (L to R - Copper, Brass, Titanium, Dark rainbow PVD, Damascus, Mokume Gane, MokuTi, ZircuTi)
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    Beautiful!!! Now which key chain are they all going on

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