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    arrgh, my Inova T1 went bonkerz! d light flickerz, i went back Sheares, a helpful staff is helping me by sending feedback 2 Inova USA.

    now waiting 4 update. hopefully its jus a 1 off flaw w/ my unit & not d whole T1 batch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by egg
    Any of you guys interested in the new ARC AAA ?
    I did a Mass Order / Group Buy for local CPFers for the Arc AAA-Premium version, due to some miscomm, I now have an extra piece, send me a PM if you're interested.

    cheers
    Dear All
    Thanks for the good response - the last piece of ARC-Premium is currently reserved.

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    any1 here has a Coleman Headlamp (2AA)?

    wonder if its gd....

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    For headlamps, get one of these.- Princeton Tec EOS, Black Diamond Zenix IQ or Petzl TIkka XP. You can't go wrong with these! Or if you have the cash go for Speleo Technics Nova 3, this is super!!! Very bright

    Or easiest, go and get a headband with a compartment that hold small torchlight like a headlamp, can go google search for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    For headlamps, get one of these.- Princeton Tec EOS, Black Diamond Zenix IQ or Petzl TIkka XP. You can't go wrong with these! Or if you have the cash go for Speleo Technics Nova 3, this is super!!! Very bright

    Or easiest, go and get a headband with a compartment that hold small torchlight like a headlamp, can go google search for it.
    ur recommendations rather costly ler , i kno they r highly rated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sORe-EyEz
    ur recommendations rather costly ler , i kno they r highly rated.
    Sorry. Ignore my recommendation then.
    Last edited by Piper; 24th November 2005 at 02:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlim
    Surefire has stopped making the D series lights. The 9P will replaced the D3, both are actually the same light except the D series got the clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    Sorry. Ignore my recommendation then.
    its ok, sometimes oni premium products will do. if my line of work need such a light, will get it / if i got spare $$. but now oni, window shopping, so jus like 2 kno if any1 using it...


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    http://www.flashlightreviews.com/reviews/fenix_l1p.htm

    The Fenix L1P is the Premium model of the Fenix L1 series. Use 1 watt Luxeon LEDs for illumination, are powered with a simple, easy to find AA alkaline or rechargeable cell, and are very small and lightweight. The premium model uses an RXO Binned Luxeon (higher quality) and has a type III anodize hard coat finish.


    & NEW & Coming!



    L2P (Premium Model) Features:

    Employing 1-watt 100,000-hour R bin Luxeon LED, no need for fragile bulb
    Constant brightness: 46 Lumens
    Two 1.5V AA batteries , cheap and easily available
    4-hour full brightness with Ni-MH battery
    5.58" (L) x 0.79" (D)
    Made of aerospace grade aluminum
    Type III hard anodized finish, highly durable
    69-gram weight
    Waterproof
    Toughened ultra Clear Lens with special coating
    Push-button tail cap switch, it can also serve as a twist switch
    Capable of standing up firmly on desk, serving as candle
    Colour: Black
    Accessories(include) : Belt Pouch, Lanyard, Extra O-Rings, Spare tailcap boot.
    Last edited by CatEYE; 25th November 2005 at 02:40 AM.

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    Where can I get Fenix L1P in Singapore and what is the price like? PM me.Tky.

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    L1P, CEJ selling for $65.00 PM him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    L1P, CEJ selling for $65.00 PM him.
    CEJ = CatEYE.

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    PM rec'd Tky.

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    The L2P is another great torch, seems slightly brighter than the L1P & has longer runtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrilng
    The L2P is another great torch, seems slightly brighter than the L1P & has longer runtime.

    L1P's or L2P's design is also highly water resistant...


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    Does anyone know where to get the Princeton Tec EOS headlamp? I'm looking for one. How much is it?

    Also, where to get the Streamlight 4AA Luxeon? How much?

    Thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlim
    Does anyone know where to get the Princeton Tec EOS headlamp? I'm looking for one. How much is it?

    Also, where to get the Streamlight 4AA Luxeon? How much?

    Thanks...
    Some camping stores carry the EOS. Try around town. For Streamlight 4AA Lux, it is better to get from overseas. The local price is rediculously overpriced!
    Last edited by Piper; 11th December 2005 at 03:38 PM.

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    thanks... hv found site to get the SL4AA online... USD22.95 plus shipping...

    I might check out beach rd later...

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