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    Default Introducing Mac XM-L Series

    I have been working on getting out another slightly larger style light with the means of accepting either 2xCR123 or the infamous 18650 cell.

    Specifications

    -Integrated McClicky Switch and Silicone Boot
    -German Quality Mineral Glass Lens
    -O-Ring Sealed Throughout (Water Resistant)
    -6061 Aluminum or 6al-4v Titanium
    -Latest Cree XM-L LED
    -3-Mode Low 150ma Medium 1000ma and High at 2.8a Maximum
    -28mm Reflector with your choice of a Shallow (More flood) or a Deep Reflector (More Throw)
    -18650 Style Length 4.9" (Shallow Reflector) 5.3" (Deep Reflector)
    -Powered by 18650, 17670, or 2x CR123 (CR123 Limited use on High)





















    Last edited by cmacclel; 11-08-2011 at 01:16 PM.
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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    Very cool i love the design When will these be available ?
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    Looks good.....

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    I can't wait, 769 Lumens
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    Sweet

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    Do you have any approximate or actual beam angles for the two reflector options?

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    Latest XM-L (choice of neutral or cool?)

    Love the "more throw" option!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by calflash View Post
    Do you have any approximate or actual beam angles for the two reflector options?

    Sorry I do not know the beam angles of the reflectors.

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    I will take one Mac .Please put me on a list.

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    I'm in for one too!

    WP

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    awesome work mac...would love one
    Choppers

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    Hi Mac,

    I'm in for an Aluminum with a Deep Reflector.

    Mike

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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    Ooooooh ahhhhhhh. Nice!

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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    Does this mean you might be able to do a Tri-EDC 18650 easily too?

    If so, hold my current order and let me know the difference in price so I can PP you extra funds!

    Thanks!

    Stephen

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    Update! Name Change and Interchangabilty for EVERY Battery Flavor. Buy one complete light then separate battery tubes!

    Single R123 / 18350
    2x CR123 / 18650
    26650 Cell
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    Last pic, groove patten on tube second from right. Can that be had on a single cell tube?

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    Mac, when will these be available?

    I am in for the titanium-version, 18650 or 2*Cr123.
    If there is any preorder list.

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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    Quote Originally Posted by skfurr1 View Post
    Does this mean you might be able to do a Tri-EDC 18650 easily too?

    If so, hold my current order and let me know the difference in price so I can PP you extra funds!

    Thanks!

    Utilizing the same design but modifing the Light Engine I could install a Tri-EDC Board. There would be a 4mm border around the Tri-Board though.

    Mac


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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    when will these be available?

    Thanks,
    Choppers

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    Quote Originally Posted by choppers View Post
    when will these be available?

    Thanks,
    I'm working on pricing right now. As you may or may not know Titanium in this size is not cheap

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    Very nice lights

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    Subscribed!!!
    Who needs to see the light at the end of the tunnel when you have friends on CPF?
    My flashlight videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...9TIYcGeuBXa5m0

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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    I'm in for a Titanium one with deep reflector. Is it possible to not have the grip ring?

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    Default Re: Introducing XM-L 18650 Series

    Are the two different lengths of head and reflector backwards compatible with the EDC body's?

    Looks great! and clip plans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by upsidedownviking View Post
    Are the two different lengths of head and reflector backwards compatible with the EDC body's?

    Looks great! and clip plans?
    If you have plans for a clip was the question on my mind too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by upsidedownviking View Post
    Are the two different lengths of head and reflector backwards compatible with the EDC body's?

    Looks great! and clip plans?
    The head is not compatible with my EDC series lights. With the anti-roll tail a clip option will not be available.

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    Will there be a clip option for the 26650 version that does not have the anti roll tail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffemt6263 View Post
    Will there be a clip option for the 26650 version that does not have the anti roll tail?
    Sorry no plans on a clip.

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    Last edited by skfurr1; 11-09-2011 at 06:11 AM.

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    Mac,

    Let's do it! I know the battery tube will be longer (thus more Ti), and some addl labor to fit the Tri engine,
    So just let me know how much more?

    Thanks for being receptive for doing one-offs!

    BTW, I absolutely love my Ti XM-L EDC and Ti Tri-EDC!
    They are works of art!!!

    Stephen

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