pk has been real busy LED for Surefire will premier at SHOT

Lonewolf

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR> Guys,
Replacement LED Bezel for M2, 6p, etc.
Model KL04: 15 Lumens, DLRT (Damn Long Run Time), will ALSO be one of the SS 2002 item to show.
ETA: soon, pretty soon.
Cost: TBD.

Thanks,
pk

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Speaks for itself.
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123 batts : not interested....majore failore IMO. Sorry, no cigar. Maybe if I had a camera with a flash I could dispose of the batts. Later!
 

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Ooo! I only wish I could be at the Shot show, sounds like a whole lot of fantastic things are coming our way that will be there, but it`s a little too far to go from Wales, I expect the return bus fare would be horrendous....
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Guess I`d better start saving for one, my instincts say they`re not going to be cheap. And I`ll have to buy a M2 too! Oh well, if I must
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Maybe they`ll make one for 9 volt lights (the 9Z) too?


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Badbeams3

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LS and regulated...ok...I take back what I said in my post before. I might want one. How much will this cost me?
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by geepondy:
Why not one for the E2???<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Yes please!

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I hope they make one for the E2 as well, since I just bought one. I would get one of those for sure! Maybe they will announce one for the E2 but will be available "soon" like the 25 lumen bulb was.
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Yes! Yes! Yes! For the E2.

You could do it w/o optics if need be, and use a beamshaper option for broad light. Or you could change the reflector to broad beam. A spot LED of this brightness would not be so useful.

Then again, since it's voltage regulated, you could do it with the E1 for that matter.

I think this will be a banner year for LEDs. I'm all goose pimply.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Guy Guyer:
Yes! Yes! Yes! For the E2.

I'm all goose pimply.
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Hmmm. That must be the E2 rash. I've got it too.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Daniel Ramsey:
I hope other end consumers (the public) can see it in the Rayovacs, Maglites,and such.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Not until LS could be shipped with constant supply in mass volume.

Alan
 
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