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    Default Re: List of sub-CR2 size lights

    Quote Originally Posted by StandardBattery View Post
    I'd like to add the 10180 based CooYoo Fermion light to the list. This is a very cool little light. The Stainless Steel version (not sure if there are any others) it really nice and the housing seems very well built. Very nice square threads and good o-rings, much better than the little 10180 neck lights in terms of robustness. I'm impressed with the build of this light.
    That Fermion looks almost to cute not to buy. I could find only one review of it and there were only two posts The 6000 to 7000 color temperature is what concerns me is it blue looking or more white? The features and form factor would seem to be quite useful.

    What is the mode sequence and UI?

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    Default Re: List of sub-CR2 size lights

    Hi all,

    I've only found out this very interesting list today, thanks.

    Magellan, you might add a 10220 DQG XP-G2 Stainless Steel, currently sold by Banggood.

    I wonder which, among all these flashlights, can still be currently purchased and where.

    Also, the DQG charger doesn't seem to be on sale with the chinese websites. Any suggestion for an alternate charger for these tiny Li-Ion batteries?

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: List of sub-CR2 size lights

    Quote Originally Posted by Cemoi View Post
    the DQG charger doesn't seem to be on sale with the chinese websites
    Sorry, I was wrong: it is still available at Fasttech.

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    Default Re: List of sub-CR2 size lights

    Thanks for updating that.

    Nice to see some action on this interesting, old thread.
    It is better to buy a beautiful, expensive, custom flashlight than to curse the darkness.

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