"The Big Mac"

Wurkkos

easilyled

Flashaholic
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
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Location
Middlesex, UK
Awesome design, electronics and machining. :thumbsup:

Strangely enough, after looking at the Olight SR-90, I was thinking that rather than having such a long, thick light to carry, that it would have been nicer if it had been designed along the Polarion lines.

I think another nice variant Mac, would be to have just one top-bin SR-90 in this body with a single large smooth reflector, powered to the max, for maximum throw.
 

smokelaw1

Flashlight Enthusiast
Joined
Oct 23, 2006
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1,282
Location
Switzerland
Mac,

I am two hours away. I can be there once they plow the roads and will take beamshots. Got anything you'd like it compared to? I hear you have a few nice flashlights. What's the beam like on this beauty/beast?

Oh, and :faint::faint::drool::drool: that's a beautiful creation.
 

cmacclel

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Joined
Jul 15, 2003
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Location
Boston
ermmmm .... how do you turn on the thing?

what kind of switch it uses?


It has a 10amp Tail switch. The plan was originally to have 2 tail switches, one to control On/Off and the other for High / Low.

Thanks for all the comments guys!

Mac
 

clg0159

Enlightened
Joined
Aug 3, 2007
Messages
446
Location
North Texas
Sorry I put the light together 2 weeks ago and made the mistake of looking into the lens and I finally have recovered enough to post some pictures.......though I can still see 7 distinct white dots where ever I look :)


J/K soon!


Mac

You must have been looking to see if it was time to recharge :nana:
 

737mech

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Apr 11, 2009
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443
Location
Seattle
WoW! That thing looks like its fake. I had to double check to make sure it was not just a computer generated image. You have a real talent for producing lights. I would love to see that thing in person.
 
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