How did you do that engraving? That's nice!
SW that looks awesome. Have you put it in the sphere yet?
Maybe he need the editable file,such as PSD or CDR format files.
I have indeed, but the results will be in the forthcoming review
The engraver software specifies vector graphics files and a vector EPS (rather than bitmap eps). I supplied a few different versions, but I think once you get beyond simple text, you need to put in a lot more time to get the engraving path worked out. A combination of only just getting the engraver and lack of time to play.
Ok, couldn't get some good photos but man.. Wauw! I like it Beam/hotspot is spread-out evenly and gives a wide view in front. Lowest mode is enough in the city where streetlights are present. When you enter a darker spot you bump it up to 200 lumens. Have cycled for about 20 minutes and changed between 100 and 200 lumens. No car-drivers flashed at me, meaning that I'm blinding them. Of course you must aim the beam towards the ground and max 5-6mtrs in front of your bike. And when it really gets dark or to signal pedestrians, 1800 it just a press/click away The pedestrians I passed-by really looked at me with a face of "dude.. You have light and it's bright". (So many people here who don't have light on their bike)
Small downside: the velcro-strap for the remote pressure switch is to long. So long that I can't attach it on my handle-bar. It does fit onto the handles.
It's bright, NOT intense. If the beam was (too)intense you would blind yourself.Is it really so bright/intensity of the beam?
It only has the same intensity, of the Fenix BT20 and the Fenix old E21. And that is not really intense. its only a bit over 5000 cd.
Please explain. When you are oncomming traffic for me, with your BC30, at 1800 lumen...how bright/intense will that look to me?
Ok, its not a TK75, with 100000 cd, comming towards me, i know.