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    What are all of the possible LED mods/lamps avaliable for a G2? I already have a 3.7V Xenon with a 17670 battery. Thanks

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    BOG 3 watt is what I have. It's ok, especially if you like the G2 form factor.
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    Will that work with a 3.7volt battery as well as it will with two rechargeable CR123 (3.7 v each)? Thanks

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    Is the BOG 3W same as the G&P 3W and would the G&P 3W work with 2 x RCR123s safely? TQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by alantch
    Is the BOG 3W same as the G&P 3W and would the G&P 3W work with 2 x RCR123s safely? TQ
    I understand they are the same. Will they work with 2 x RCR123's, I don't know.
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    Input voltage on the 3W, 5W, and new 7W is 4.5 - 9V

    Hope that helps.

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    BOG and G&P are selling essentially the same item.
    I can highly recommend BugOutGear USA for the 3W / 5W and 7W modules. I've got them all in use.

    I've set up several G2's with the 3W LED module. For my Father-in-law, it runs off of (2) 3.0v 123 cells for 6 volts. I run mine off of the 3.7v li-Ion 17670. It can run off of (2) R123 cells no problem as well.

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