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  1. d13avo

    What would be the perfect HDS?

    My perfect HDS would be double the brightness on short bursts when needed which would decrease runtime but I always carry spare batteries and the only other thing would be a removable Rotary tail cap so could maintain myself and only send the light to Henry on major failures so therefore never.
  2. d13avo

    Samsung 5000k HiCRI good news and bad news

    Really liking the Samsung 5700K (5400K) emitter.
  3. d13avo

    All Stainless... poor man's titanium HDS

    I am one who is waiting for the Samsung tests to be complete so I can make a final decision but at least now if I’m stuck between two we have twilight now so one for copper and one for stainless [emoji16]
  4. d13avo

    HDS Systems EDC #22

    Lol, Ok put some clothes on the Elf and leave the rest transparent.
  5. d13avo

    HDS Systems EDC #22

    Just sat here thinking about the HDS BeCu Dan and thought of another unique HDS presale. What about a HDS Rotary manufactured in a hard transparent plastic of some type so we can see all the internals, rotary fingers etc, oh and the Elf.
  6. d13avo

    HDS Systems EDC #22

    Thank you RCS1300, really helpful.
  7. d13avo

    HDS Systems EDC #22

    Thank you Random Dan, this sounds like it will be ok for my needs but are there any other mounts you would recommend?
  8. d13avo

    HDS Systems EDC #22

    Has anyone on here ever purchased or used the HDS Handlebar Mount? I was thinking of purchasing a couple of these but was curious to what people thought of them. Are they designed by Henry so therefore reliable? Pro's, Con's etc
  9. d13avo

    NI-AL-Bronze and 464 Naval Brass HDS going on sale...

    My Titanium has the Nichia 219B 4500K HiCri which I like a lot and sometimes wish I had installed in my Bronze but then I have to give myself a quick slap [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]
  10. d13avo

    Noob Rotary love

    Welcome to the addiction michpatriot
  11. d13avo

    What watch you're wearing?

    Thank you will check it out.
  12. d13avo

    Beryllium Copper Rotary Anniversary Run

    Re: Beryllium Copper Executive and Rotary Anniversary Run I was thinking exactly the same as you but I was going to make this my main user so thought 4000K to 5000K would be a more useful light than 3000K. My Brass has the 3500K fitted and it stays on my bedside table.
  13. d13avo

    What watch you're wearing?

    I also like that Omega RBR. What model is that with that colour Lume?
  14. d13avo

    NI-AL-Bronze and 464 Naval Brass HDS going on sale...

    [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]
  15. d13avo

    NI-AL-Bronze and 464 Naval Brass HDS going on sale...

    It is heavy but lighter than the Brass but I also like it a lot, to be honest I think I like the Bronze slightly more than the Titanium which I did not think I would.
  16. d13avo

    NI-AL-Bronze and 464 Naval Brass HDS going on sale...

    Thank you for giving them so much grief.
  17. d13avo

    NI-AL-Bronze and 464 Naval Brass HDS going on sale...

    Cheers Kaichu. If it helps I use Flickr for posting photos now. I always use my Bronze for outside but in the house I use my Brass so I suppose that gets fondled a bit more.
  18. d13avo

    Beryllium Copper Rotary Anniversary Run

    Re: Beryllium Copper Executive and Rotary Anniversary Run Thank you glimmer, most helpful. You wouldn't have any photos?, we like photos :twothumbs
  19. d13avo

    Beryllium Copper Rotary Anniversary Run

    Re: Beryllium Copper Executive and Rotary Anniversary Run Yeah I'm going to wait but I like the Nichia 219B so probably will end up with the 4500K version. I'll have a look on the internet for some comparison beam shots between the 351D and 219B to try and get a sneak preview before the results...
  20. d13avo

    Beryllium Copper Rotary Anniversary Run

    Re: Beryllium Copper Executive and Rotary Anniversary Run I contemplated this 219B 3000K emitter also for the BeCu especially as it's going to be that warm copper coloured light. My Brass is 219B 3500K, Bronze 219B 4000K and Titanium 219B 4500K also but I prefer the 4500K/5000K colour temperature.
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