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    Default Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    I have a McGizmo Haiku and am wondering the specs, I can see there are allot of options...

    Is there any way to tell the specs from looking at it?

    ...and how would one go about posting pics on here?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    Pictures can be posted using any of a variety of online image hosting sites (paid or free)

    What specs are you wanting to know ?

    Some may be identified by careful inspection of parts.
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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    Ok, pics below. I really don't know any of the specs, so all helps...










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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    I do know it's 3x phase with a constant on click-on tail cap.

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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    gunlove,
    I have the exact same light.
    Its a 2 tone beadblasted Haiku with a 3S converter,XP-G emitter.
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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    Thanks!

    Yeah, it's a friends light and he got it as a gift himself. Thus, why I don't know.

    what's a 3S converter, the tailcap?

    what lumens are runtime are on a XP-G emitter?

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    Default Re: Info Request on McGizmo Haiku Specs?

    Quote Originally Posted by gunlove View Post
    Thanks!
    Yeah, it's a friends light and he got it as a gift himself. Thus, why I don't know.
    what's a 3S converter, the tailcap?
    what lumens are runtime are on a XP-G emitter?
    This light doesn't have a separate tailcap, the McClicky switch threads directly into the body. The "3S" is the driver/converter name, and is a 3-mode (3 Speed) driver. Per the original thread on this light, looking at about 185 lumens with the XP-G, and about 50 minutes before significant drop in output on high with a fresh CR123.

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