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  • posted byxcbike72 on 12/06/2011

    - Easy replacment for the P60 bulb in my Surefire G2 - Nice ramping mode - No strobe mode - No SOS - Mine dosen't seem to have the 3 modes. I got this as a replacement for my old Surefire G2 light's P60 bulb, mostly because of the 0 - 100% ramping mode. It seems to me like the Trustfire 16760 I'm... Read more

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  • posted bysanchox on 02/26/2011

    It is a good thrower and when i bike with it I've never seen bikers with brighter ones. Because it is very much underdriven can last very long with a 18650 Measured with a luxmeter at 1m distance at max brightness: 2900 lux with one 18650 7200 lux with two 16340 Mine has a problem remembering the... Read more

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  • posted byMohavedog on 05/01/2010

    I like the 3 levels of output as well as the 0-100% adjustment. I'm happy that it doesn't have the useless for me strobe or sos modes. For some reason the bezel of my older SF 6p will not screw down all the way (with or without the large outer spring. There is about 1mm gap. It still works fine a... Read more

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  • posted bypainkiller1009 on 03/24/2010

    0-100% is nice Where is my 3 modes? Its only 1 mode. 1 half press will let you dial in the amount of light from 0-100% NOT BRIGHT AT ALL. Seems way under driven If this was an acuall 3 modes 0-100% drop in that was driven @ 1.2a then it would be awesome. Seems way to easy to access the ramp mode,... Read more

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  • posted byold4570 on 03/09/2010

    Very nice current draw for light output , I do like the 0-100% feature . 3 modes ???? What 3 modes , mine only has 0-100% function . 18650: Ramping up to the first flashing point [ 5% ] 5% = 0.1A current draw - around 30Lumen output 50% = 0.33A current draw - around 90Lumen output 100% = 0.7A - @... Read more

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  • posted bythefezman on 02/02/2010

    Good brightness level "infinitely adjustable" from very dim to very bright Mode memory seems to work just fine. Able to set it at a very dim level, which is good for most uses, and has good battery life. I wish it was just the 0-100 mode, and no stupid strobe or SOS modes, but oh well. Takes a of... Read more

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  • posted byKLFDX on 08/21/2009

    Nice bright module with easily controlled brightness Mode memory means you can set it and return to the same setting when you turn it on again It only has 1 mode, 0-100% Works as described but only offers the 0-100% mode. But that may be all you need anyhow since it gives full range of brightness... Read more

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  • posted bymcsarge on 08/06/2009

    Dropped into my Surefire 6P Original and turned it into a light firehose! Works as advertised, easy to set from 0-100%. There is a barely perceptible blinking of the light, but it is not bad. The PWM frequency needs to be just a little faster. This is great, cheaper than an incandesent bulb and A... Read more

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  • posted byPedroExtreme on 07/25/2009

    - Bright (could be brighter); - Easy to "program"; - Easy to place in UltraFire WF-502B; - No useless mode such as Strobe and SOS; - Great value for money - Gets to easy in programming mode, maybe it would be better to use the programming mode like the Akoray K-106 (simply tap the 5 no... Read more

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  • posted byhyperloop on 07/07/2009

    Being programmable makes this light very versatile. From the 'on' position, turn it 'off" and 'on' again to enter ramping mode. When you hit the desired level turn it off and wait for more than 2 seconds and when you turn the light on, it will be in your selected output level. I have this in... Read more

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