TNC Luxeon flashlight

vcal

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Originally posted by witsend:
Looks like a good light. Price a bit on the high side though, compare to Electrolumens lights.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Those lights remind me a lot of Electrolumen's lights.
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Did you notice the general area the company is located in?

p.s.-Wayne is located in Moreno Valley, and the company is in Ontario Ca.
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It does look attractive. The same seller was selling this light on ebay a couple of weeks ago. Myself and others tried to email him but it repeatedly got bounced back. Looking at his feedback he sold a few and has some satisfied customers. Coincidence I'm sure, but may I point out the seller is in Ontario, CA, home of Maglite. :)

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Yup,-but Moreno Valley (where Wayne's CPF stated loc. under his sig line) isn't all that far away from Ontario either.
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Added: One thing is for sure..-I guess they like to make a lot of flashlights in that area.
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That's funny vcal. We are both nothin' but a couple of rumormongers.
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Our overlapping posts have me all confused. I'm going to bed. Buy the light will ya and report back to us. I was the ebay guinea pig last week.
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Originally posted by galavanter:
Our overlapping posts have me all confused. I'm going to bed. Buy the light will ya and report back to us. I was the ebay guinea pig last week.
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Jim
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">My next one's gotta be either the Arc-LS or the E1-E2e/KL1.

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Originally posted by ElektroLumens:
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Wayne;
Could you email me re: price(s)/availability on your Ill pill?
Also, have you got any plans to market any really small LS pocket flashlights?
 

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Well, from the close up shots, I'd say the rocker switch doesn't look very water resistant, the finish is too slippery (a diamond pattern handgrip would be far better) and from the looks of the end of the burgandy coloured light, the final anodising isn't very durable. At any rate he should have used perfect, unmarked models for the publicity/sales shots!

Personally I don't think they are as pretty as the blaster, but that's just MHO...
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Originally posted by vcal:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by ElektroLumens:
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Off topic, but....
Wayne;
Could you email me re: price(s)/availability on your Ill pill?
Also, have you got any plans to market any really small LS pocket flashlights?
</font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I am not really making the pill for sale. I just did it because it was the easiest way to install into the Brinkmann LX mod I did.

What's the matter, a 3D or 5D too big for your pocket?
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I don't really have plans for a pocket size flashlight. I'll leave that up to others to do. I have the flashlight I call the PocketLux, but I should call it the BeltLux, as I wear it on my belt. It is actually my favorite, because I put it on my belt and carry it most of the time. Looks like a pager. There is a thread on it, somewhere, with photos.

Wayne J.
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