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  • posted byebombar on 09/25/2013

    The build material is excellent. The cable length and quality is very good. The metal that contacts the battery is a solid one piece metal, not some crappy spring. The alloy, painting and the build quality is great. The length of the cable is also more than enough for your rifle attachments. The pressure switch is just two seperated metals, no switch ... Read more

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  • posted byAleksey755 on 02/17/2013

    Bought to fit on a gun flashlight for night hunting. Very good build quality, all closely approached. It is convenient to include a flashlight and immediately make a shot. It's fast, good quality package. Great seller, on occasion I will buy it again. Cons were detected, all while works well, everything is kept tight. good product, good seller! Cons ... Read more

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  • posted byBlitzOne on 02/07/2013

    Solid flashlight pressure switch. I originally purchased it for a different flashlight, but it was too small. Luckily it fit and worked with my laser perfectly. The cord is a bit too long for my purposes, but that was remedied by some electrical tape. The pressure switch requires a bit of force to activate, but it's nothing unmanageable. I haven't used ... Read more

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  • posted byEinslake on 12/31/2012

    The inner, essential components( just a direct circuit that connect to the switch) can easily be transferred to a flashlight switch of another dimension. The extension chord is really, really long, and you can virtually place the light and the switch anywhere on a single firearm. They are not water proof. I did use some Nextorch silicone grease later ... Read more

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  • posted bymimoSK on 11/23/2012

    Works with C2/C8 flashlights. The cap is very vell built, threads on easily to an C8 flashlights. Very good value for the money. Impedance of wires inside cable. For professional use with fashlights with AMC7135 drivers, where constant lumens are required as much as possible i would to recommend exchange of cable with lower impedance. Could be a bit ... Read more

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  • posted bycorvette1969 on 11/10/2012

    Works with FandiFire C8 http://www.dx.com/p/90605 perfectly. Get it now!! The cap is well built, it has no rough edges and it screws on the flashlight very well. It's perfectly watertight, so you can depend on it. Could be a better built remote switch, if you press it in the edges it kind of 'blinks'. You have to press it firmly/tightly. Don't hesitate ... Read more

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  • posted byDarrenAllen on 08/28/2012

    Simple, effective and easy to use. The brief "only stays on while pressed" remote switch is a major benefit to rifle shooters using this product attached to one of the compatible torches. A complete contained unit with no trailing wires and very bright flood-type when used in conjunction with the C2 torch. So far it's remained reliable after ... Read more

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  • posted byrmjchas on 01/21/2010

    High quality of build with little or no roughness to the cap threads. Threads on easily to an Ultrafire C2 flashlight. Pressure pad works well, and is held down easily by rubber bands. cord is just a little on the long size, but better too long than too short. No other cons that I can see. Makes the Ultrafire C2 flashlight into an excellent tactical ... Read more

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  • posted byRecycledElec on 12/13/2008

    This switch works with the listed UltraFire C2 lights. It also works with Romisen RC-G4 lights, like this one: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7418 It did not work with Ultrafire 501A/501B/501C/501D, 502B/502C/502D lights, like this one: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.16240 That light needed this switch: Superfire Gun Mount Pressure ... Read more

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  • posted byneilf1999 on 08/13/2008

    First, let me say that I didn't try this on any flashlights, I just used it for parts. The build quality seems to be reasonably good. The contact switch is momentary. Being a momentary switch, it may cause problems with flashlights that have multiple modes. You may end up switch modes accidentally. The plastic covering the switch is rather stiff, and ... Read more

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