What tool do I need to remove the new style Zebralight clip with the three holes? Nothing I have around the house works. Not that I'm looking forward to buying a tool for one thing, but this clip is annoying. (I'm not sure this is a great place to ask this, but nothing better jumped out.)
You might already have found out, but it arrives in Config 3. I'm surprised how warm High will get. Based on the fact that mode memory is widely used, I assume it's liked by most people, right, and that I'm the odd-ball who isn't a fan?
I can separate the two halves of the head, but can't unscrew the light module from the bezel. I see what you're saying about the battery tube. Maybe brass mates with itself *very* well, but I wouldn't count on it being more than water resistant.
V-04 is a mule with 12 Refond 2835 0.5 watt 4000K 85 CRI. U-04 is a a cool white XP-L HI driven at ~4amps. Both run on an 18650. They're both good lights, but completely different. While the U-04 runs longer than the thrower I have, and is smaller (though not narrower at the body), I have no...
Can someone help me out with what I assume is common knowledge for folks around here? RMSK is not Peak, even though that lists a host of Peak flashlights (https://em-mgt.com/newsite/peak-led-solutions/)? Meanwhile, the Peak site I can find seemingly hasn't been updated in five years...
Yeah. It arrived today. I thought only the Kickstarter ones had the reflector. Javier really needs to update his website. And I was sent a U-04 instead of a V-04, so I'm 0 for 2. This day just keeps not being a good one.
I have one on the way. I can't believe I haven't been able to find out which bulb the FA-5 used. It looks like most of the bulbs of that size and voltage are 6-10 lumens. The FA-5 seems to have had a short reflector of sots, but I assume the beam would be mostly a mule.