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    Default SOLD!! McGizmo PD-S

    SOLD: Slate PD-S - : Excellent condition. stock, the emitter is an SSCP4. This light is buttery smooth. Beautiful coloring. . .both outside and with the stock emitter. $325. SOLD


    SOLD: Natural PD-S - Very good condition. This light arrived to me with a tiny nick on the trit end. Current was bumped up by Will (darkzero), he also swapped out the SSC P4 emitter to a USVOH. . . $350 - $340
    Both lights do come with the Ti clips. I had taken them off and will get them back on . . . forgot about that prior to pics.

    Please send payment via PP (smarkum@kc.rr.com) gift option. US shipping is included in price. Please PM for international shipping info.

    First "I'll take it" gets it OR them! (anyone recognize the hand model?)




    Last edited by smarkum; 09-07-2011 at 08:58 AM. Reason: SOLD
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    I recognize that hand and I also recognize that these are two great lights!
    WTB: Mac's Customs Tri-EDC (aluminum) in excellent condition & bored to accept an 18350. Also an Oveready Custom Black HA C2 body (or complete host) in excellent condition.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Anything for a fellow Jayhawk! BTW, the beam color on both is a nice milky white, leaning more towards neutral than cool. Very pleasing.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Shelby,

    be really careful if you do reattach the clips. Titanium screws, although very tough, are also easy to mess up unless the driver is a dead perfect fit.
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by precisionworks View Post
    Shelby,

    be really careful if you do reattach the clips. Titanium screws, although very tough, are also easy to mess up unless the driver is a dead perfect fit.
    She's got the Thorp driver, so she's all set.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    I realized after doing a little research last night that I had these guys priced way out of market. . . oops. So, I've adjusted the prices to reflect what I found when I looked into it further.

    Slate one if SPF!
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    I love PD-S, but have to pass on them for now.

    Free bump.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    I had these guys priced way out of market. . . oops. So, I've adjusted the prices to reflect what I found
    You are nothing if not a quick study They might have eventually sold at the higher prices, but eventually sometimes means weeks or months.

    She's got the Thorp driver, so she's all set.
    Thanks, Dad. The only reason mine have never been removed is that I don't have a Thorp allen driver

    However, this thread motivated me to buy more tools (which doesn't take too much to do). Best web price on the Thorp drivers is at http://www.hobbywarehouse.com/s.nl?s...rp+hex&x=0&y=0

    Get 10% off at checkout with coupon code bestservice
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    SO tempted to buy this one back

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    n/m, sorry!
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    On the Natural PD-S.

    What is the current drive current..say off li-on CR123????

    Is it the same current to the LED with Primary Surefire type CR123 vs. Rechargeable li-on???

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by bigchelis View Post
    On the Natural PD-S.

    What is the current drive current..say off li-on CR123????

    Is it the same current to the LED with Primary Surefire type CR123 vs. Rechargeable li-on???

    Thank you,
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    I don't know the answer to your question. Maybe someone else can chime in . . .

    Both lights are available. . .
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Can't believe these are still here! I've held these (obviously) and they're spectacular!

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    These PDs probably have the original buck/boost WIZx2 board that has a high of 525 mA and low of 25mA. It is the same with either a primary or rechargeable cell


    Quote Originally Posted by bigchelis View Post
    On the Natural PD-S.

    What is the current drive current..say off li-on CR123????

    Is it the same current to the LED with Primary Surefire type CR123 vs. Rechargeable li-on???



    Thank you,
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    Cheers from the McGizmo state.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by maxspeeds View Post
    These PDs probably have the original buck/boost WIZx2 board that has a high of 525 mA and low of 25mA. It is the same with either a primary or rechargeable cell

    Actually, darkzero bumped the current on the HA Nat to 775 mA IIRC.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Do these have trits already installed?

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    They both have one. Green trit in piston.
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by F250XLT View Post
    Actually, darkzero bumped the current on the HA Nat to 775 mA IIRC.
    If darkzero did the mod then you know it was done right!

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Okay SPF pending arrangements as per your PM!

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    the Slate one is SPF . . .
    Last edited by smarkum; 08-16-2011 at 05:58 PM. Reason: clarity
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    didn't catch that there was a nick or I would have taken the natural sorrry
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    sending pm now
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Natural still available. Slate SPF. . .
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by olrac View Post
    didn't catch that there was a nick or I would have taken the natural sorrry
    It is a very tiny nick. . . and it is NOT in the metal of the light. Only on the surface. . .
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    natural pd still available . . .
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Price Drop on PD. . . this one won't be here long . . .
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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    PM send with a trade offer

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Dang, how many times are people gonna back out of a sale with you... These are fantastic lights, you'll be hard pressed to find better specimens than these.

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    Default Re: McGizmo PD-S

    Quote Originally Posted by F250XLT View Post
    Dang, how many times are people gonna back out of a sale with you... These are fantastic lights, you'll be hard pressed to find better specimens than these.
    Agreed, on both comments. I don't think I've ever seen a light that's SPF then available so many times. Amazing, too, as these are spectacular specimens. The little nick is crazy small and insignificant.

    Bump!

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