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    Sorry, me again.
    I'm so impreesed that the spring on my V4 Triple Drop In is fitted into a brass rebate rather than just soldered on. Is it possible to get hold of spare springs?
    When I place my light down on a hard surface it skips modes, so ideally it would be nice to get a longer spring, I am stretching the present one gradually, but a slightly longer one would be ideal.

    Also, are there any plans to make more V5 E series heads in Black, in the near future?

    Thanks, I'll crawl back under my stone now.
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    Edit: ZeroRez, before you ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    I'm so impreesed that the spring on my V4 Triple Drop In is fitted into a brass rebate rather than just soldered on. Is it possible to get hold of spare springs?
    Glad you like it! I've got a few extras, ask for one on your next order.

    But I do recommend a 5mm spacer for your application:
    https://www.oveready.com/flashlight/...-spacers-16mm/


    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    are there any plans to make more V5 E series heads in Black, in the near future?
    They are in process and should arrive this winter but probably not before year end.
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    Thank you Dan, that's something to look forward to.
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    Me again, again.
    I've just found my missing light with my V4 Nichia Drop In. I managed to get another in the Summer, so last night I compared the two. One is definitely slightly warmer than the other, did you make these up with different CTs in different batches? Or is is just the Tint Lottery? I'm thinking the difference is 4500k to 4900k?
    Thanks, I'll try and keep quiet after this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter yetman View Post
    .... I've just found my missing light ....
    Hey, that's great
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    Didm't think you'd remember, thank you.
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    Was wanting to pick up a 35mm moddoolar body and this p60 interface:


    Im either looking right past the p60 adapter or is it unavailbe? Thanks
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    Question re: Zirconium Boss

    That light looks, well, boss. I'm curious though about the thermals - if I'm not mistaken, zirconium based materials with the exception of a couple of alloys, have rather low thermal conductivity. Does the material choice affect the thermals/step-down behavior when compared to more mainstream materials?

    Thanks!

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    I'm less familiar with these "exotic" materials, but it seems that Zr thermal characteristics may be generally very similar (and perhaps a trace better) compared to Ti ... and, of course, far worse than Al
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose Marin View Post
    Was wanting to pick up a 35mm moddoolar body and this p60 interface:


    Im either looking right past the p60 adapter or is it unavailbe? Thanks
    Sorry, they are sold out and won't be available until another round of Moddoolar production, which has been postponed at least once. For the time being, our complete hosts are a better way to go:

    https://www.oveready.com/flashlights/legos/hosts/



    Quote Originally Posted by Rasher View Post
    Question re: Zirconium Boss

    That light looks, well, boss. I'm curious though about the thermals - if I'm not mistaken, zirconium based materials with the exception of a couple of alloys, have rather low thermal conductivity. Does the material choice affect the thermals/step-down behavior when compared to more mainstream materials?

    Thanks!
    As archimedes says, zirconium is similar to titanium. Which is why we've employed our copper head architecture. The head is essentially copper, with a zirconium shell. In practice, the head has better thermal performance than aluminum but worse thermal performance in the body. The average is about the same, and will handle continuous operation.

    The v5 board also monitors temperatures in real time and can be set to a variety of maximum temperatures.
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