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the good news is that I did get a reply from my PM to George at ZL regarding the shipment I ordered but never received last year and it looks like I'll be getting a refund which is good news.....only had to wait 9 months. Now I can buy a new ZL H600, woohoo!
No problem with the site here either.
Pre-ordered the H600
For all the guys who have preordered... Have you paid already or only when it "ships"...?
soooo, no neutral white?
It was my b-day just a couple of days ago, and more spouse said she wanted to get me a headlamp. I just needed to pick one out, I asked if I can wait for ZL's announcement. Is there any chance that someone can fill me in, she is getting eager and I don't want to miss this opportunity. If not, I will get the Sparks nw460.
Then again, certain aspects of the ZebraLight website are kind of funky and maybe the updates to the "Compare All Models" spreadsheet can't be taken at face value. Perhaps release will be more to the sooner side than the later side, but I don't see anything on the site or in the schedule of recent releases to lead me to believe it will be otherwise. I'd rather be wrong about that, though.
Zebra said they're just waiting to find a source for the right LED bin... it shouldn't take 6 months. I would sure want to get my hands on my H600W tomorrow, but the delay gives me a chance to catch up on other buys, like SC51c, SC31W, SC80W...
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Zebralight's discussion about sourcing for the emitter with the right neutral white BIN is in the SC600w thread, and since both SC600 and H600 uses the same emitter, we can safely assume the discussion applies to both. So, you did not miss the discussion here.
Ha!--Yeah, with about a dozen ZebraLight discussions pretty much always going on simultaneously, it's kind of hard to keep up at times.
you guys think it's safe to just ask for the sparks?
Does anyone know anything about a clip for the H600.
The clip for the SC600 will probably be too large for using with the H600, what you think?
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What? Me? Derail a thread?
I have to say that I'm disappointed in the lack of support for cr123 primaries. The next headlamp I buy will be used for x-country skiing down to -10°F (-23°C). Li-ion rechargeable do not perform adequately at these temps. Zebralight - any chance of a version that accepts primaries?
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Been looking forward to the h600. Why don't they have a YouTube video already?
This light doesn't seem to have a clip. The switch looks smaller and more recessed than the one on their current headlamps, which means no more incidental activation.
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What is the maximum compatible cell length for the H600?? I know it says 67mm on the website, but could I get away with a 68mm cell such as the trustfire tf2400?
Seems like a logical answer to me. Guess I didn't think it through. Thanks for the help!I don't think there's going to be any way to know that for sure until people start getting the H600 in hand and testing different batteries. Then again, maybe the design of the old H60 might give some indication (if someone could comment on that)...but I don't think we can be certain about the comparison, either. If the H600 actually starts shipping on Oct. 21 as indicated on the ZebraLight site, we should know more pretty soon. You'd have to imagine that a 68mm cell should have a pretty good chance of fitting, though.
I've got my eye on this one too, but I'm not going to order until the reviews are out. I know they had some defects with the SC600 when they first released it, so I'd like them to get the first batch out of the way before I order. Maybe in the new year.