Ti 2x123 McClickie Pak Wave(s)

starfiretoo

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:goodjob: :thanks:
 
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starfiretoo -

Who made the blue (or black) head for you? Doesn't look like a SF.
 
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yup, PR-T

One of his best looking (and performing) designs. The reflector works well with the Seoul emitters too.
 
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I've never seen a PRT for sale, but I'll grab any that come up. Nice looking.
 
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Here's one of my McGizmo built CR2 PR-T = Pocket Rocket-Turbo :naughty:

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Now back On Topic :thumbsup:
 
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Sorry, have to bring it back off topic just one more time.

I love my PR-Ts as well as all the original McLux series!

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:wave:
 
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Man, what did i start? A PR-T revival?:nana:

Let's tug on the McGizmo string...Ti PR-T:eek::eek:oo::tinfoil::faint::eek:

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Just to confirm...

It's snug, but a black AW 17670 with label removed does fit in the Ti 2x123 McC Pak.
 
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Got mine today. Very nice. Have already swapped a few E heads on and off. So much fun and the McClickie action is superb.

My AW 17670 feels like it would fit in there without the label but I'm not jamming it in there.
 
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Mine just arrived in England;






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Beautiful work Don :thumbsup: :thanks:
 
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Man, what did i start? A PR-T revival?
It surely seems that way. BigHonu was kind enough to offer me his, and the Pak & PR-T should arrive about the same time ... this should be a killer lego that will not break the bank:thumbsup:

Was the PR-T offered only in Al, or was it ever made in Ti?
 
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Unless somebody has a secret stash...only in Al:p

On a side note: Unlike the A1 series the LE is not removable in the PR and PR-T heads. As the PR resembles the A1 it would be interesting to see a "A1-T" head.

Was the PR-T offered only in Al, or was it ever made in Ti?
 
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Unless somebody has a secret stash...only in Al:p

On a side note: Unlike the A1 series the LE is not removable in the PR and PR-T heads. As the PR resembles the A1 it would be interesting to see a "A1-T" head.

As far as I can recall the beam patterns between the PR-T and Aleph-1 heads
are virtually identical. The reflector of the PR-T was based on the reflector
in the Pelican M6 light and this led to the McR27 being designed.

The 2 reflectors are so similar that there is hardly any difference in lux.

The Aleph-1 is really a more flexible successor to the PR-T because of its
upgradablilty but the PR-T is still a very cool head and a legacy of the
evolution of McGizmo designs.

I think, despite the appearance that its the PR-T, not the PR head which
functionally is almost the same as the Aleph1.
 

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