The Malkoff Potential Group Buy Sounding Board

scout24

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I'd be interested in a 5000k M91N with the same voltage range as the last group buy run. Sorry I missed them...
 

dotCPF

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I added the M61N HOT GB here as well. Not sure if we want to migrate that conversation here too as well. I'd really like to see that one happen!
 

RSLSCKBEKLSHKL

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The Hot neutral ppl want, is it with hi/low installed?
If so, if my suggestion doesn't make the cut, I'd love to have a neutral HOT with hi/low installed. Sounds ideal.

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thermal guy

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Oh. Must of missed that.

Has anybody contacted Gene to see if you can even get a neutral LED and his optic?

I mean the HOT is nice because it's bright and has throw. With a neutral led will you still get 740 lumens and 20,000 lux. ??
 
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dotCPF

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Has anybody contacted Gene to see if you can even get a neutral LED and his optic?

I mean the HOT is nice because it's bright and has throw. With a neutral led will you still get 740 lumens and 20,000 lux. ??


M61HOT uses an XP-L HI, can be had in virtually any K temp, in fact the V6 bin 5000K XP-L HI is currently the brightest/ most efficient, so it would likely be more potent.

The Hot neutral ppl want, is it with hi/low installed?
If so, if my suggestion doesn't make the cut, I'd love to have a neutral HOT with hi/low installed. Sounds ideal.

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Group Buys are generally for the dropin only. You can add a H/L ring to any Malkoff MD# series light. You can buy the H/L ring on the Malkoff site.
 

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" M61HOT uses an XP-L HI, can be had in virtually any K temp, in fact the V6 bin 5000K XP-L HI is currently the brightest/ most efficient, so it would likely be more potent. "


Oh well that makes it a little more interesting 🧐
 
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