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    Quote Originally Posted by RHoy185 View Post
    Still going strong after six years of good use!



    It's nickel plated right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agpp View Post
    It's nickel plated right?
    Electroless Nickel Plating, Yes.

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    Finally got my hands on a Ti Beta. Hawn Tseng even included a surprise for me with the clip.





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    Electroless Nickel Plating, Yes.
    It aged nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agpp View Post
    It aged nicely.
    They do and will develop a patina. It wipes right off using Sunshine cloths' or Jewelry cleaners. Care needs to be taken not to accidentally rub off the antireflective on the Glass Window. My Delta EN passed through the hands of a few friends last year and is starting to develop a patina .


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    EN is a great finish.
    ... is the archimedes peak

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    I see. Thanks for the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agpp View Post
    It aged nicely.
    Thank you! You can really tell the difference with the original 18650 body next to the shorty setup, its nice and shiny! If I remember correctly about a month after I picked up the RM Jason released the shorty body, its been on ever since.

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    Love my QRV2

    Skickat frŚn min SM-N975F via Tapatalk

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    I am loving my stonewashed Delta with a Nichia 219C 4000k. Beautiful wall of light and a work of art in my opinion.


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    Just received my Alpha classic in stonewash finish and it just says quality when you look at it and when you handle it. The craftsmanship is something to be admired. Iím so glad I was able to get one of these classics.


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    Prometheus lights are hands down my favorite. Now the conundrum is Alpha vs Delta. Here's my black marble finish. I may have to add a third Delta in the future...Titanium vs Hex?


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    One of the best out there. My MCE is 4 with hard use. Many scratches but no failures. Even fell out of a boat in 17í of secluded lake and it lay there for a winter. Dropped my Danforth with a bobber to mark it and the following late June pulled myself down (took three tries) the rode to find it. Dry and tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemantra View Post
    Prometheus lights are hands down my favorite. Now the conundrum is Alpha vs Delta. Here's my black marble finish. I may have to add a third Delta in the future...Titanium vs Hex?

    That finish is superb

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    Completed the family today, Beta, Delta and Alpha.

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    Ti Beta? Looks good! Rare birdÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrr View Post
    Ti Beta? Looks good! Rare birdÖ
    Yes sir, the Beta is Ti, Alpha and Delta are Al.
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    Been very much into Prometheus lately

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    Quote Originally Posted by myrr View Post


    Been very much into Prometheus lately
    Nice, very nice! I want that Stonewash Ti shorty. What LED did you choose for your 3 Alpha lights?

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    I went with the makerís choice 4500k mce on all 3 - itís such a well balanced beam. No complaints!

    I am a big fan of the 319a Nichia with the wide optics on the Delta. Big fan of mules in general, hoping to see more options in the future.
    Last edited by myrr; 06-14-2021 at 11:08 PM.

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