The longest throwing LED flashlight in the world

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Not sure if this question was ask previously, but what is the rating for this flashlight when it comes to water ?:thinking:
 

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How easy is it to swap the lens ? Is it push fit or do you have to select pre manufacture?
It is very easy to swap the lens out. With the head pointed to the ground you just unscrew the bezel, slide out the spacer and pull out the lens and replace. Thats it. It takes about 20-30 sec.
 

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Not sure if this question was ask previously, but what is the rating for this flashlight when it comes to water ?:thinking:
I consider it water resistant. It is not to be used in water but would probably be fine in rain. The electronics are potted so you would not need to worry about that even if water got in.
 

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Nice pics of the lens! How to clean those lens without scratching them?
 

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Mike hope all is well,

if we wanted to custom fit the light with the P7 pill just curious if it would produce further throw than the pill that comes with it & I know it would cost more, I'd be fine with that.
 

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Mike hope all is well,

if we wanted to custom fit the light with the P7 pill just curious if it would produce further throw than the pill that comes with it & I know it would cost more, I'd be fine with that.
I highly doubt that it would. Only one way to find out though.:poke:
 

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Nice pics of the lens! How to clean those lens without scratching them?
Any normal lens cleaning solution should be fine. I use liquid hand or dish soap and a soft clean cotton cloth that is ever so slightly moist to dry it off as this seems to be the most safe way to do it. The two biggest things are. 1. Don't wipe with a dry cloth. 2 Use a clean cotton cloth. If you have something specific you want to use on it I may be able to give you an idea if it would be ok or not but I have not done any long term studies on all the different chemicals that would be perfectly safe. Rubbing alcohol, and Windex both seem to work ok without damaging the plastic.
 

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Just want to let BMF, Choppers, and KarltheV know that your items have shipped. Should be there in about 2-3 days.
 

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This thread ahs gotten so big we now need to start a new one. This thread will continue here. Thanks to everyone for all your support and patience thus far. -Michael
 
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