Sold/Expired SOLD Oveready BOSS 35 Zirconium (Zr) Light, Oil-slick finish

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This BOSS 35 Zr, Oil-slick finish light is SOLD including shipping from California via USPS Priority in the US. It is in pristine condition with no marks, scratches, etc. and in perfect working condition.

Oveready's BOSS 35 delivers an elite level of design, craftsmanship and construction. It was handcrafted, highly limited in availability and features a solid Zr body, XPL-Hi 4000k Neutral primary and amber secondary LEDs, along with the fully programmable LUX-RC V 5.0 Driver user interface.

Machined by Oveready's craftsmen from solid Zirconium, which is one of the most electrically and mechanically stable materials known to man, the BOSS 35 is polished to a radiant oil-slick finish that evokes images of the Aurora Borealis' northern lights. Its titanium clip is finished in a dazzling burgundy gold.


Powered by a single 18350 battery, and featuring a stunning amber secondary light, which preserves your night vision, the BOSS 35 features the fully programmable LUX-RC V 5.0 Driver designed by Serge Dolgov.

Custom designed and made from the ground-up in the USA, the Zr BOSS 35 is a functional work of art that is decidedly over the top, overbuilt, and over-engineered, while maintaining a pocketable and unique form factor.



  • Special collaboration between Oveready and LUX-RC
  • Precision machined from solid Zirconium (body) with oil-slick finish and burgundy gold titanium clip
  • Triple XPL-Hi 4000k Neutral LEDs
  • Amber Secondary LED
  • Runs on a single 18350 battery (Keeppower 1200 mah recommended for best results)
  • Fully programmable LUX-RC V 5.0 Driver, upgradeable to newer versions when released
  • Supports optical programming via LUX-RC website, battery level check and several programming modes
  • 3.3" (8.382 cm) x 1.0" (2.54 cm)
  • Weight: 110 grams
  • Handmade in the USA
  • Bead shown in photo is not included
 

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Re: FS: Oveready BOSS 35 Zirconium (Zr) Light, Oil-slick finish

If only…
Sweet offering, good luck with your sale.
 

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Re: FS: Oveready BOSS 35 Zirconium (Zr) Light, Oil-slick finish

Wasn't this originally listed asking $1700 ?

Whatever happened to rule #8 that requires sellers to NOT edit out the final sale price? That has been the policy on CPF for a dozen years...

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The Buy/Sell/Trade Forums are provided by CPF for private sales by our members. If you are a dealer or a manufacturer, your sales threads do NOT belong here. See "definitions" below.


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2. Do NOT post a duplicate thread in the CPF Market Place. If you have a custom/ modified light to sell, it may be posted either there or here, but NOT in both forums.

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Item description – make it accurate, and post a picture if possible
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Re: FS: Oveready BOSS 35 Zirconium (Zr) Light, Oil-slick finish

Whatever happened to rule #8 that requires sellers to NOT edit out the final sale price? That has been the policy on CPF for a dozen years...

....

It is the responsibility of all members using this forum to know the Policies that apply, and to abide by them.

....

8. Edit your thread title on completion of your sale to reflect its status as "sold". Then add a post to the end of your thread indicating that the sale is closed. Do NOT remove details of the item sold, or its selling price.

You are correct, there has been no change to that rule.

Closing this, as it seems apparent that OP does not plan to fix the listing.
 
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