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Sold/Expired SOLD Macs Custom Tri-EDC Copper

sigfan

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Excellent condition Macs Custom Tri-EDC copper with neutral tint. Light has been modified with a moonlight mode, so now has four stages (moonlight L,M,H)
Green glow powder in lens.

$560 SOLD shipped US Only

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RUSH FAN

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Re: FS Macs Custom Tri-EDC Copper

Congrats!
Nice pick up.
That tri-edc is showing some nice patina.
 

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thanks. I'm gonna enjoy this. I miss my copper knurly, but man, was that thing heavy! This should be a little lighter.
 

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thanks. I'm gonna enjoy this. I miss my copper knurly, but man, was that thing heavy! This should be a little lighter.
I wouldn't bet on that! The copper Tri EDC copper is still very heavy! I've never held a copper knurly, but I imagine the weight is comparable.
 

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the Tri EDC will be heavy, but still lighter than the Cu Knurly. the Knurly is the same length as the tri-EDC, but it's the full thickness as the head, for the whole body! but bored for a 18350, so the body tube walls are super thick.

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RUSH FAN

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Beauty, eh!

the Tri EDC will be heavy, but still lighter than the Cu Knurly. the Knurly is the same length as the tri-EDC, but it's the full thickness as the head, for the whole body! but bored for a 18350, so the body tube walls are super thick.

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The patina on that light is gorgeous. It's funny, aged copper is growing on me as I get older; I used to only like shiny new copper, but nowadays I appreciate a nice patina a lot more.
 

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The patina on that light is gorgeous. It's funny, aged copper is growing on me as I get older; I used to only like shiny new copper, but nowadays I appreciate a nice patina a lot more.

I'm on a copper Binge since getting my first Tri EDC in Cu! I'm almost mesmerized by the look of the Patina.

My friend Pete said it best:"the Cu Tri EDC looks like it belongs in an antique shop! But there it is with it's ultra modern emitters, and beam dispersion Technology" amazing.
the Tri EDC will be heavy, but still lighter than the Cu Knurly. the Knurly is the same length as the tri-EDC, but it's the full thickness as the head, for the whole body! but bored for a 18350, so the body tube walls are super thick.

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Had no idea the knurly could POSSIBLY be heavier than the Tri, wow.

I have to make sure I wear a belt when I carry the Cu Tri, I can feel my shorts sagging with every step.
 
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