Show your Sunwayman collection!

ChibiM

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Okay, I will go first..
This is my SWM collection... love them!

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Anybody has more than 1 Sunwayman?

Please show them here!
 

ChibiM

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Hi Shelm, I think something went wrong with your post, there are no pictures, and the letters are really big...
 

ChibiM

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Added a V25C a few weeks ago, but already sold it... not pictured.

just didnt like the 360 degrees variable.. I like to FEEL the low and high, before turning the light on.

anybody else into Sunwayman?
 

Tmack

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My first swm light will be here today. The D40avn. I'm hoping it is a good performer for the size.
 

ChibiM

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nfetterly, looking forward to your pics.

beamhead, you have a few nice ones there!

I really like Sunwayman lights, they are usually DIfferent from others.
 

Tmack

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Left my d40avn on accidentally in the holster for 40min. Insane how hot it was. Not even the low voltage indicators appear. Great light . 1400lm edc. AAx4 eneloop. Perfection.

I now make sure I lock it out now lol.
 

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Left my d40avn on accidentally in the holster for 40min. Insane how hot it was. Not even the low voltage indicators appear. Great light . 1400lm edc. AAx4 eneloop. Perfection.

I now make sure I lock it out now lol.

dang, did it drain the cells much though?
 

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I've been running it on and off since, and I just got a low voltage indicator.

The light seems to be fine. I'm new to leds. I hope I haven't damaged it. If this happened to a laser, it would be done for good.
 

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I've been running it on and off since, and I just got a low voltage indicator.

The light seems to be fine. I'm new to leds. I hope I haven't damaged it. If this happened to a laser, it would be done for good.
gotcha. I think if you did it with a laser, it wouldn't be just the laser done for good, but you'd probably have some pretty severe burns from it burning through your pant's legs or something lol

I have my doubts you damaged the LED because I'm sure SWM does an adequate job with thermals and they might have some firmware in their drivers that limits current draw when heat goes up. :)
 

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I'd see blue light from the hole in my pants for sure. Lol
I don't think I did damage. I just threw in new cells and it LOOKS ok.
 
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