Emisar D18vn - Best SubCompact Popcan R

aginthelaw

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trailhunter

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If vinh can cerakote a d18vn to look something like a Canon L lens (white with an red ring) I'd buy it in a heart beat

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Vinh, thanks a lot for the disassembly video, I don't care about it being unpolished, it's very informative and that's what matters to me. :)
There was however one moment that got me worried. It may have been just the camera but it looked like the MCPCB had some shiny paste-free spots. How is it really?
 

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Vinh, thanks a lot for the disassembly video, I don't care about it being unpolished, it's very informative and that's what matters to me. :)
There was however one moment that got me worried. It may have been just the camera but it looked like the MCPCB had some shiny paste-free spots. How is it really?

The paceste was evenly applied it's just some were on the light and the rest were on the MCPCB
 

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What is Pros and Cons when compare D18vn to MT18vn ?

D18vn pros: smaller, lighter, and has Anduril. Has much lower low levels.


MT18vn pros: has significantly better heat sinking, it's hotspot is larger, and to me, equally if not a bit more intense. 4 cells also means longer runtimes.


For cons: invert the pros


I think I prefer the MT18vn, because it's additional size is of no importance, I prefer the beam profile, and heat sinking in such a light. I'm sure Vinh could flash Anduril to an MT18vn, and if so, it's for sure the one to get IMO. It makes more sense altogether. But I wish it were built and designed as well as the Emisar.....
 

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^ VTC6 (flat tops) does it matter?

Also what is recommended battery (4x18650 protected cells?) for X80vn?

Thx..
 
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Is it mine! is it mine? can"t wait.........................................!

I still use my Jaxman Z1vn SST70 every work day, it's brilliant to this day - it must be 3-4 years old and I still get good coments on it.
 
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