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    Custom light that will be shipped to the customer real soon.

    Delrin cover was installed to hide the wiring and to give a diffuse output. Polished Ti with flutes--color is a bit off, due to the blue natural daylight that the photo was taken under.

    The Nichia 219 Hi CRI LED is driven by a three-level driver, with high at 1A, medium at 350mA and low at 60mA, with memory.
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    I love your mule!

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    Do want!

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    This is just right down my alley...would appreciate a few more photos if possible
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    You know I like that one. Right on.

    Lovely little guy.

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    Wow! Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silgt View Post
    This is just right down my alley...would appreciate a few more photos if possible
    A hastily assembled comp shot:



    L to R: An 18650 light, the 18350 Mule, AAA Ti Killer, and a Mac EDC.
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    That's looks great, it's crazy how small it is with a 18350 battery
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    Mind me asking what the dimensions of the mule are? Length and diameter?

    EDIT: I did try looking up the length of the Killer but had no luck. I'm guessing about 2.5in? Sorry to be so obsessive lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattaus View Post
    Mind me asking what the dimensions of the mule are? Length and diameter?

    EDIT: I did try looking up the length of the Killer but had no luck. I'm guessing about 2.5in? Sorry to be so obsessive lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattaus View Post
    Mind me asking what the dimensions of the mule are? Length and diameter?

    EDIT: I did try looking up the length of the Killer but had no luck. I'm guessing about 2.5in? Sorry to be so obsessive lol.
    Actual length when lit, is 61.56mm/2.42" and 25.20mm/0.992" in diameter.
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    Thanks fellas. It is tiny for an 18350 light that's for sure!

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    Very nice! Short and fat, packing some seriously stylish punch! Well done Fred, always love seeing what your'e up to

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    Nice! Good work!

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    Holy CRAP, seeing it next to a Killer really puts things into perspective - NICE light, Fred!

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    WHOOOHOOO Fred, I went to the post office and picked up this little beauty today. What a wonderful little light this is N219 HiCri beam and 3 great levels. I am more than pleased with this little mule Fred.... Thanks for making me a perfect little light...Robert

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    absolutely amazing
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