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    sadly i don't have the modded 1D maglight. if u want to order or find out more about this particular flashligh, check out http://www.candlepowerforums.com/ub...rt=1&PHPSESSID=

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    flashaholic meetup on this saturday (4th june) pls refer to this thread
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/ubb...=&fpart=8&vc=1

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    My new toy. Blackhawk's Gladius. I love the strobe function. Been blinding my frenz with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilion
    My new toy. Blackhawk's Gladius. I love the strobe function. Been blinding my frenz with it.
    I got a demo of it at Sheares last week. How much did you pay for it???

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    I remembered the price of it is rediculous. No offence.
    Cerimic coating right?

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    You guys know about this new light? 1W , 1AA. http://www.fenixlight.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myfz1
    You guys know about this new light? 1W , 1AA. http://www.fenixlight.com/
    wah, wen's it on sale locally, costs & where 2 buy? looks betta den my Pelican M6 LED manz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvar
    I got a demo of it at Sheares last week. How much did you pay for it???
    Paid a little over $410, can't rem the actual price, I got some other gears as well. Dunno how much discount was given.

    Quote Originally Posted by AtomSphere
    I remembered the price of it is rediculous. No offence.
    Cerimic coating right?
    Yes. It's body has ceramic based coating. And double yes for the price part. After bringing it out for field testing, I think it's still worth it.

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    There's a group buy for the Fenix at http://www.candlepowerforums.com/ubb...=&fpart=1&vc=1

    Looks really good. Might get the L1P.

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    but i think thatz a US website. i dun think that many s'poreans will b getting that light, looking from that list i dun think its local....

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    It's actually a international mass order based in the US. Anybody can join.

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    Can anyone help me get a F1P too? I'm currently running a little short on $$$ and the MO is closing soon. But I want one to replace the Brinkmann 1AAA LS that I have.

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    ooh? but how do i kno wads de total cost?

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    I ordered 1 x L1P for US$42.72.

    Basically the breakdown is:

    =US$38 (L1P) + US$5 (International Shipping) + 4% (for Credit Card purchase)
    =US$38 + US$5 + US$1.72
    =US$42.72

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    How much is the surefire G2 now? Heard that there's a shop near Lian Seah street which has a large collection of lights..Planning to get one G2 soon...

    http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main/...r/16/sesent/00
    http://www.inovalight.com/
    http://www.night-ops.com/
    http://www.streamlight.com/
    http://www.pelican.com/

    Hve looked at the above websites and feel that the G2 is the most value for $$? Any comments?
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    A big thanx to all who helped me bout my torch problems



    The problem was actually the battery, i was told never to let the batt run totally dry...once it does...it's gonna spoil. Luckily i manage to replace with a new one...quite cheap actually bout $12 for a set of batts (two other shops tried to sell me at $20+!! kaoz! heng i asked/see around first), at Sim Lim Square, at a shop which sells mainly batteries...forgotten if it's 3rd of 4th floor.


    Still about torches...know anywhere in Singapore, sells small torches but with powerful beam? Most of the torches you guys discussed here worth around $60 and above...im looking for tight budget ones but still good enough for use in the dark. (white light)



    I have seen a japanese engineer used a small torch with 6 white light LED bulbs, metal bodied with a very strong beam. He told me he got in Japan, costs around SG$5...looks like an Inova torch...but it isn't....think no brand......are there any such in Singapore?
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    +evenstar : G2 or pelican M6 incan are good flashlights, bright and cheap enough. If you're getting the G2, just make sure you buy the one with the new LOTC (Lock Out Tail Cap), so that then light won't get accidentally switched on when you leave it in the car/bags.

    shop near Liang Seah ? You mean Sheares Marketing ?

    sbs99 : haven't really seen the LED light in your pic. Most of the cheaper Made in China LED lights i've seen are similar to those selling at EastGear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseytan
    +evenstar : G2 or pelican M6 incan are good flashlights, bright and cheap enough. If you're getting the G2, just make sure you buy the one with the new LOTC (Lock Out Tail Cap), so that then light won't get accidentally switched on when you leave it in the car/bags.

    shop near Liang Seah ? You mean Sheares Marketing ?

    sbs99 : haven't really seen the LED light in your pic. Most of the cheaper Made in China LED lights i've seen are similar to those selling at EastGear.
    Yup, I meant Sheares Marketing..
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    Quote Originally Posted by caseytan
    sbs99 : haven't really seen the LED light in your pic. Most of the cheaper Made in China LED lights i've seen are similar to those selling at EastGear.

    i juz visited Sim Lim Towers...yah saw quite afew under $20...LED types...but im not sure how bright those are....dare not buy...later end up like the maglite....the brightness isn't really that bright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99
    i juz visited Sim Lim Towers...yah saw quite afew under $20...LED types...but im not sure how bright those are....dare not buy...later end up like the maglite....the brightness isn't really that bright.
    i think better to spend a bit more to get a good LED one once and for all. probably a Pelican M6 or Gerber TX3.0 for example.

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