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  1. kaichu dento

    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    LoL! California legislation should never be introduced into a conversation about anything practical…or rational either!
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    Pretty incredulous that so many record buyers are just simply collecting them, but it's also true that there is a fringe out there who has actually given a new market to turntables, and a couple of my friends are in that grouping. Not me though. Tube amplifiers are a totally different subject...
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    Who makes the most expensive flashlights?

    I got the first version of the Tri-V when it was speculated that no one would pay $2100 for a light, then they all sold out and are still going strong.
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    Never got the Mako, but still have three Aeons in steel, titanium and bronze and the copper Maus that's been the subject of the thread. Nary a problem with any of them.
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    Oldest LED lights you own

    Had a camo Arc but sold it to another member. Still got the red one though.
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    Oldest LED lights you own

    Always nice to see these old Arc AAA lights and I've still got two of them, one of which is the rare old CPF labeled version. I've also still got another really rare one in the Arc AA. Then there's my old bronze Aeon, McGizmo Lunasol 20, Surefire E1e and a couple of Modamag Draco models.
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    Your insecurities were verified the moment you chose to read it that way dude. Of course you live life looking for the negative in everything, so found it in a statement that your opinion was simply one among many. Prove yourself right, you're the one who made the ridiculous statements in the...
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    ...says the lonely keyboard warrior! You really have no idea what you're talking about concerning the resurgence of sales in both records and turntables, not to mention the fact that the continued popularity of tube amplifiers.
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    With the tremendous popularity still held by many with vinyl records and tube amplifiers your analogies show how difficult it can be to disparage any previous technology. More often than not, it's a case-by-case algorithm, yet the 'newer is always better' advocates will never cease to point...
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    My two favorite lights are one of the earliest and one of the latest. Bronze Aeon and copper Maus, but the latter on a neck lanyard really has been a greatly functional light for me.
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    Picture of your GIZMO !

    I really need to get the Centauri for my LS20 so that I'll actually start carrying it again.
  12. kaichu dento

    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    I may have to track a couple of these down. Wouldn't want to replace all the LED's with them, but there are just some lights that really benefit from an old incan.
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    I still have my incan E1e and E2e lights. Absolute pleasure to use.
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    Nearly half of U.S. households use LED bulbs for all or most of their indoor lighting

    Halogens are my absolute favorite for both household and automotive lighting and if they can ever tweak the LED's into giving us that look I'll be a very happy buyer. That said, my main car now has HID's which are cooler than my preference and all of my home lighting is done with LED bulbs...
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    Yes, actually I did, but tried to get back on course and ignored the most negative part of your post in hopes of going back to the subject. My great faith in the N cell, as you put it, has more to do with a pragmatic understanding of life and being able to accept that while most things are far...
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    Don't know what your problem with reality is but you started saying that there were no good N batteries even though many of us have had great luck with them. Your insecurity shows when you can't even stay on topic. Sorry about the hurt too, but since there was nothing said that would affect a...
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    Despite your 'chicken little' mindset, I've had zero issues and I'm sure that you must also be in favor of never leaving the house, because it's dangerous out there.
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    What is the longest you have carried the same EDC light?

    I wore a Modamag Draco for probably at least a decade before finally putting them into semi-retirement when I got the copper Maus about 5 years ago. I'd still be wearing the Draco if there had been a more modern UI available with better output balancing. That's my first Draco in my user...
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    Muyshondt has really disappointed. I will never buy from him again. Am I wrong here?

    Your dislike of these odd battery sizes noted, there are other reasons that many of us have bought lights using them outside of 'stupidity'. The Maus still remains a very nice light and I'm just glad I haven't had any problems with mine. Size, format, beam pattern and tint are all excellent for...
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    HDS HDS Systems #23

    I've always left my locator beacon active and since I have to recharge anywhere from daily to weekly, not enough drain to matter.
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