Another SureFire LED Flashlight option?!!

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I guess these LEDs are too useful for SureFire to ignore!

Check out these photos of a white or blue LED as the low-powered option on the SureFire 9AN!

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This means I'm gonna have to buy one now...
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I believe that these are Proto-types at this stage.

I hope SureFire release these in various colours...

The 9AN is about $155.

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Size15s:
I believe that these are Proto-types The 9AN is about $155.
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$155.00 for a ONE LED flashlight?!?!?!?
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Craig, I`m sure that is the price of the standard light...the led option is just an added benifit
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The LED is the low-power option.

The 9AN has two bulbs mounted on the same Lamp Module.
The high output 140Lu main beam, and a low output lamp off-set in the reflector that provides illumination for very close range tasks such as map reading etc...

The LED replaces the low power bulb.

Totally cool!

Al
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This is the one I have been waiting for. Wait ... 9AN was driven by 3.6v, does it mean the LED is drawing 20ma??? It looks pretty bright to me
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By the way, you love Microsoft, don't you? This forum design looks like a Mac though.

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