Anduril on AA? YES!
Firefly of 0.01 Lumens? YES!
Congrats, what did you get?Does Anduril require an electrotonic switch?
I just got my first Anduril and it sure is nice.
Congrats, what did you get?
Yes, like HDS/Novatac, Anduril requires an eSwitch
Anduril lights with tailswitches, such as the FWAA, require a signal tube in the body, similar to the function of the spring in a novatac body tube.
Anduril lights with sideswitches in the head, avoid the need for a signal tube.
imo Anduril offers the ramping UI benefits of the discontinued Nitecore D10 (AA/14500 like SP10 Pro), and the discontinued Nitecore EX10 (16340 like SC21 Pro)
fwiw, the SC21 Pro also has built in charging. illuminated switch button, and a tailmagnet. Review here
Jon, what emitter is in the red SP10?congrats on your nice Copper light!
yes, Anduril is very flexible.. it is my favorite UI, after a Jetbeam Rotary
fwiw, there is a sale for the SC21 Pro and SP10 Pro w code S7ECOBGO (not affiliated)
the LT1S lantern is on sale also, code FQPPKKTD
The SP10 Pro uses Anduril 2, has a low 0.01 lumens, and runs on AA or 14500
the SC21 Pro uses Anduril 1, has a low of 0.1, a lighted switch, built in charging, and a tailmagnet.. uses 16340.
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14500 is my preferred size and my EDC.I would think Anduril UI would be perfect UI for deep red.
I'm thinking of ordering from Sofirn a SP10 Pro, like the idea of NiMH/14500 and overall size..
Is the above photo, comparison with green SC21, SP10 with stock LH351D 5000k ?