It is very impressive. I have two HDS rotaries modded with 519As. One started as a 5700, but dedomed is about 4200k, the other started out 4500k, but dedomed is about 3500k. While I don’t have the equipment needed to test candela, they both appear to illuminate as well at 50 and 100 yards as my NLT325 (with a slightly tighter hotspot).88% spot intensity increase is very impressive.
I have two HDS rotaries modded with 519As... dedomed.... they both appear to illuminate as well at 50 and 100 yards as my NLT325
I would be curious to know if the referenced XP-L was dedomed. Looking at the numbers, I am making an uneducated guess that it probably was.
yes, XP-L Hi is a factory domeless LED:I would be curious to know if the referenced XP-L was dedomed.
XP-G3 (NLT) should be similar spec. to the one on your link listed as:
Modded - XP-L HI 3D 322 6200 cd 157 meters
The HDSRB bezel is great, but makes the light a little too wide to easily pocket.
fwiw, that calculates to an increase in throw of 37% by DeDoming the 519a 5700K.88% spot intensity increase is very impressive.
The idea is cool but I think there is top lese demand for it. I habe in mind if 10 HDS Lights are sold only one or two are clickies.Hogo, can we get some black stainless steel tail caps for Clickies? Just because I want them. Thanks
The clicky is being discontinued?The numbers just don't support much with the Clicky. The Clicky now has more of a cult following. When our stock of the parts for them are gone, they will most likely be discontinued.
If someone else wants to start an interest thread for a stainless clicky, go for it, but I honestly don't think you will get the numbers required for a run. The smaller the number, the more expensive it gets as well.