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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    One of my favorites, SO much smoother than the Ti version.

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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    One of my favorites too! Very smooth. The tint/beam = beauty. The coloring on this one looks FANTASTIC! This one should not be here long. . ..
    And an AWESOME seller too!
    Someone buy this classic light.
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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    Quote Originally Posted by F250XLT View Post
    One of my favorites
    Quote Originally Posted by smarkum View Post
    One of my favorites too
    Thank you!

    This is the grail light in aluminum. If someone does not know what the mizer version is, here is a description from Don:

    "In the advent of the new generation of power LEDs the McLuxIII-PD will use the Seoul P4 LED offering more light with less heat in a very similar beam pattern. The driver is the newer GDx2 driver.

    With the now way brighter and more efficient LEDs public demand created a "Mizer" option for the PD which has a high level current of 300mA instead of 525mA ... and increases runtime greatly while maintaining the brightness of the older U-bin LuxIII PDs (approximately)."

    This light was upgraded to the GDx2 driver, Seoul P4 LED and mizer option by Don some years back.

    Thanks again,
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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    I just had my PDs upgraded with neutral XM-Ls - WOW. THey are my favorite lights again! Highly recommended. I've got alot of briight lights (triples, quads, triple triples - but I edc the PD). Even without a LED transplant they are highly recommended.


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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    I am having a few of mine upgraded to HICRI Nichia 119's and one will be muled.
    You really can't beat these lights, they are full of win!
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    Default Re: FS: McGizmo PD-S mizer

    Quote Originally Posted by nfetterly View Post
    I just had my PDs upgraded with neutral XM-Ls - WOW. THey are my favorite lights again! Highly recommended. I've got alot of briight lights (triples, quads, triple triples - but I edc the PD). Even without a LED transplant they are highly recommended.
    Quote Originally Posted by chaoss View Post
    I am having a few of mine upgraded to HICRI Nichia 119's and one will be muled.
    You really can't beat these lights, they are full of win!
    I was thinking that someone would really go for the mizer option "as is"; it puts out a reasonable amount of light in a very nice tint and runs longer than the stock output PD-S. After you own the light you might want to upgrade it, but I like it as it is configured. I did upgrade another PD-S to one amp with an XP-G and that one was pretty bright!
    Frank



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