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    Wink2 New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Just got in a couple of these at the intro price. Very Cool and light weight.
    They use an XML and have a great high power output level.
    http://www.em-mgt.com/LED/TnC.html

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    I'm in for one.
    Will there be brass as well?

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgen View Post
    I'm in for one.
    Will there be brass as well?
    Copied right from the description:

    "They are available in Natural Bead Blasted Aluminum, HA, Brass and in the near future Stainless Steel & Titanium."

    Looks like its only a matter of time

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Jorgen I should have the Brass ones in next week, the week after HA.
    In March SS and Ti versions.
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    Outstanding! I can't wait for mine to arrive.

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Is there any clip option? Even if it is a third party clip that will work with this light?

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Just got in a couple Ultra-Lux 18350 in Brass
    Thanks
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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    I received my brass light and it is a fine piece of machining with a perfect beam and 3 well saced levels.
    The UI took me a little while to get used to as it is unlike any other light I own. You change modes from the off position with a soft click. i am used to doing this when the light is on, but it was not a problem at all and the light memorizes the last setting if it is on for a couple of seconds.
    A lanyard hole in the tail cap would have been a nice addition.
    EDIT: The attachment issue has been splendidly resolved thanks to the addition of a Solarforce clip. Just a slight reaming of the washer top and the exchange to a thinner o-ring give not only a pocket clip but a ring for a lanyard.
    I now EDC the Ultralux in my coat pocket or on my belt without fear of scratches or dings. It's the best $7 add-on I've ever found
    Last edited by jorgen; 03-28-2013 at 01:41 PM.

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    Default Re: New 18350 Ultra-Lux BB Natural AL

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgen View Post
    I received my brass light and it is a fine piece of machining with a perfect beam and 3 well saced levels.
    The UI took me a little while to get used to as it is unlike any other light I own. You change modes from the off position with a soft click. i am used to doing this when the light is on, but it was not a problem at all and the light memorizes the last setting if it is on for a couple of seconds.
    A lanyard hole in the tail cap would have been a nice addition.
    EDIT: The attachment issue has been splendidly resolved thanks to the addition of a Solarforce clip. Just a slight reaming of the washer top and the exchange to a thinner o-ring give not only a pocket clip but a ring for a lanyard.
    I now EDC the Ultralux in my coat pocket or on my belt without fear of scratches or dings. It's the best $7 add-on I've ever found
    Do you know what size oring you used and a good place to get it from?

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