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    Default >>> Pocket Power Series<<< 3x XPG2, XHP-50, and XM-L2

    Hi everyone,

    Welcome to my New Sub-forum ( thank you Greta). Also the official announcement of the website.
    http://asflashlights.com/

    As my first roll out for this forum I would like to introduce the Pocket Power Series every day carry lights.

    Shop now!
    http://asflashlights.com/35-pocket-lights-edc











    Three XP-G2 option added and new host choice as well.



    Last edited by vestureofblood; 03-23-2016 at 11:07 AM.
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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<<

    Great work!
    Is the 18350 edc a clicky UI?
    I was trying to look at your pictures.
    Thanks, and congrats!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<<

    Bookmarked.

    Wow, nice stuff!

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    Nice lights!

    That first one [18350 IMR/U4] is the EXACT same host as Vinhs SL2c!!!

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...28Must-Have%29
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUSH FAN View Post
    Great work!
    Is the 18350 edc a clicky UI?
    I was trying to look at your pictures.
    Thanks, and congrats!
    Thanks. Yes, they are clickies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Capolini View Post
    Nice lights!

    That first one [18350 IMR/U4] is the EXACT same host as Vinhs SL2c!!!

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...28Must-Have%29

    LOL! I guess it was bound to happen sooner or later.

    HHmmmmm..., looks like he's getting more money for em than I am. Maybe I should raise prices .
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vestureofblood View Post
    Thanks. Yes, they are clickies.




    LOL! I guess it was bound to happen sooner or later.

    HHmmmmm..., looks like he's getting more money for em than I am. Maybe I should raise prices .
    Do I get a cut of your sales for the suggestion to post lumen output for each mode?! lol! That was me who emailed you!
    Environment molds a person. Perseverance changes them. ,,,Capolini 10.21.2003

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capolini View Post
    Do I get a cut of your sales for the suggestion to post lumen output for each mode?! lol! That was me who emailed you!
    No, but I'll share my bag a popcorn with ya..
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
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    Great Job Matt. Congrats. Robert

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    I could NOT find any warranty info?

    I clicked "ABOUT US" and it was in some unknown language!! Terms and conditions[usage] was just about warnings and dangers about the lights.

    I realize your starting out but warranties, terms and conditions[outside of usage] need to be in writing so potential buyers are aware of what they are/are not getting when they purchase your products.

    I noticed something else! when I clicked "Our Stores" it had a map of Miami, FLA, area and when you put the mouse over the icon, it is read, HOLLISTER,MO.!
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    Thanks Capolini,

    I appriciate your feedback on this. I decided to start a separate thread for this type of thing so that all these type of issues can be discovered and repaired.

    Here is the link to the new thread.
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...he-website-%29

    Thanks again.
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
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    I just want to chime in with kudos for Matt.

    In my experience VoB is a real pleasure to deal with.

    His builds are just excellent and fairly priced.
    Thanks, CPF!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Three XPG2 option added as well as a new host choice. Pictures and links in OP.
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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    These look real nice!

    I would suggest you name your modes L-M-H-Turbo as opposed to ML-L-H-Turbo. You have no mention of Medium and ML is not a good description of 4 lumens. That is Low.

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    Thanks Tixx, I appreciate you saying so.

    Out of curiosity what do you feel like moonlight should be?
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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Quote Originally Posted by vestureofblood View Post
    Thanks Tixx, I appreciate you saying so.

    Out of curiosity what do you feel like moonlight should be?
    Moonlight should be sub 1 lumen.

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Hi,

    I'm interested in one or two lights from you but is it possible to have the four modes without memory (always start on moonlight) ?

    Thanks !

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    VOB do you take PayPal?
    Looking for a HDS 4K Rotary.


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    Hi Str8stroke,

    I sure do.
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
    FS: Pocket Power Series Custom Maglites , + DIY parts and more!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Any idea of the runtimes on the T1?




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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    On a 700ma cell I would expect around 12.5 min on burst, 25 min on high, 3.5 hours on medium, and bout 17.5 hours on moon.
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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    I bought a K2 a few weeks back. It puts a smile on my face everytime I use it.

    Rob

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Are the T1-3 built to order? And if so could one be ordered with XP-E2 emitters. I much prefer the throw of the E2 emitter verses the G2 emitter in a triple arrangement.
    #75

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Hi jdboy,

    Yes, they are made to order, and I could also use XPE2s.
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    What material is the 18350 3x XP-G2 made of?

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyArrow View Post
    What material is the 18350 3x XP-G2 made of?
    The host? They should be aluminum host

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    Quote Originally Posted by DellSuperman View Post
    The host? They should be aluminum host
    This is correct. The host is aluminum. The upper part of the heat sink is copper and the lower threaded part is brass.
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
    FS: Pocket Power Series Custom Maglites , + DIY parts and more!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    And what would you say the beam profile is (flood, throw, flood/throw etc.)?

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Hi Monkey,

    I would say that is a wide beam with a large smooth hot spot. Spot and spill blend well, and the effective range on it is about 125 yards.
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
    FS: Pocket Power Series Custom Maglites , + DIY parts and more!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    TTT...
    In Him (Jesus Christ) was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.
    FS: Pocket Power Series Custom Maglites , + DIY parts and more!

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    Default Re: >>> The Pocket Power Series<<<< Cree XHP-50, and XM_L2

    Just wanted to post a picture of my new favorite EDC light I take with me everywhere now. I love it and I have Matt here to thank for this beast. It's a brute and gets hot on turbo In like 30 seconds, so can only use it on full blast for a minute or so at a time, but even so, having a 2800+ lumen EDC flashlight in your pocket whenever u need it is awesome! Originally it was an S8 with XHP50 that VentureofBlood sells on his site, but he offered to make a dedomed XHP70 version for me and it came out awesome! But I needed a sleeker host so just swapped out the internals and put it into a Convoy S2+ host, which fits perfectly and Legoable.

    Just wanted to make sure everyone knows, that his work is top knotch and affordable too! I love his stuff so much I also ended up picked up an XHP70, XHP50 ,and M2GT P60 drop in from him as well, since he gave me a really good deal for all of them. Defiantly check out his work and he takes custom jobs too and honestly he's a good guy and won't charge u an arm & a leg for it too.


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