Seoul P4 Custom MagLite *CLOSED*

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

fleegs said:
Does this flashlight have water resistance? Can I drop it in a puddle without any fear?

rob

IMO, it needs water resistance from the drool. :drool: :laughing:

Cmac,
That is one awesome light! I have a P4 on the way for my cutdown 2c with flupic. I hope mine is a bright as yours.
 
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XFlash

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

Hi Mac,
I'll take 1ea Silver -Style 1 powered via a single 18650 cell and will include a PVC sleeve to center the cell. 175.00
with all the below
-Finned Head $20
-Fluted Head $30
-Grooved Body $15

Total - 240.00

Are style 1 and option 1 the same in the discription, just want to be sure about the runtime.
Thanks for the great work.
 
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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

fleegs said:
Does this flashlight have water resistance? Can I drop it in a puddle without any fear?

rob

Should'nt be a problem if you dropped it in a puddle.


Mac
 

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XFlash said:
Are style 1 and option 1 the same in the discription, just want to be sure about the runtime.
Thanks for the great work.


Sorry for the confusion I updated the first post. Option 1 = Style 1, Option 2 = Style 2.

Mac
 

jch79

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

Hey Mac,
Is this sucker focusable, or fixed?
I haven't followed Mag modding too much, and don't know what the standard is for these types of mods. Thanks!
:) john
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

doesn't 3 x 17670 = 3 x 3.7v ? I thought the flupic is only rated for 6v max?

Very nice work Mac

Phil
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

philw3 said:
doesn't 3 x 17670 = 3 x 3.7v ? I thought the flupic is only rated for 6v max?

Very nice work Mac

Phil

The holder is parallel.

Mac
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

WOW-- very nice. Too bad I already spent my flashlight money for next month--
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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

jch79 said:
Hey Mac,
Is this sucker focusable, or fixed?
I haven't followed Mag modding too much, and don't know what the standard is for these types of mods. Thanks!
:) john
Was my question that dumb? :(
 

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jch79 said:
Was my question that dumb? :(


Sorry I missed your question, and no it's not dumb :) The light is fully focusable but I never understood why you would unfocus the beam. In every flashlight I have seen there is only one sweet spot where the beam is optimally focused.


Mac
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

cmac, any chance that an option 2 that's not tri-bored for the 3 17670's would be able to run off a li-ion D?
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

mcmc said:
cmac, any chance that an option 2 that's not tri-bored for the 3 17670's would be able to run off a li-ion D?

That should'nt be a problem. You could just order an option 1 then when and if the "D" Li-Ions arrive you could just knock out the spacer sleeve.

Mac
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

Got it. Cool, thanks! =)
Btw, is the one in the pics pewter, or silver?
 

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KDOG3 said:
That is a metal reflector right?

A metal reflector is not required for LED use. Also the stock smooth reflector in my experience is better than the aftermarket carley smooth reflectors. Metal reflectors are only required in high heat applications.

Mac
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

Mac, I just got one of those Meterman 631's and am amazed at how easy it is to peg out the 20,000 Lux with all of my Maglite hotwires, depending on a slight adjustment in distance (ideally a perfect 1 meter), and getting the hotspot on the sensor.

I'm just wondering how your reading was standardized and how it compares to say some SF lights like the L2, M4, M6. I'm still very inexperienced with appreciating this LED area.
 

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Re: Seoul P4 Custom MagLite

LuxLuthor said:
Mac, I just got one of those Meterman 631's and am amazed at how easy it is to peg out the 20,000 Lux with all of my Maglite hotwires, depending on a slight adjustment in distance (ideally a perfect 1 meter), and getting the hotspot on the sensor.

I'm just wondering how your reading was standardized and how it compares to say some SF lights like the L2, M4, M6. I'm still very inexperienced with appreciating this LED area.

Lux these light meters like the popular LM631 where purchased to measure led lights. High power hotwire are in another class all together. In order to measure higher power lights you need to move back to 3 meters then times the output by 4 I believe.

The L2 only outputs around 2000 lux on high but this only means it not a "thrower" it still outputs 100+ lumens. When measurling lux your only really measuring throw.

I don't know about the M4 but the M6 will max the meter out at 1 meter.


Mac
 
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ryball

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:grin2:I want one. :eek: I best stop buying other things so I can save up for this.
 
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