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  • posted by8765563 on 11/21/2014

    Bought as a replacement for my surefire 6p, that went good, I also tried one in my surefire 9p and the lamp module crashed in a few minutes this was my own mistake. The surefire 9p has more power than the 6p. The module is up to 6 volts. Have to get used to the white light instead of the more but... Read more

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  • posted byWonHungLo on 05/22/2014

    simple, easy to install, big plus that is is single mode driver.nice smooth reflector good flood and throw. dont know about the 700lm. i dont have a lux meter but it is damn bright none that i can think of. well maybe one. the threads are not as smooth as i would like but if you hit it with a and... Read more

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  • posted byaekrusty on 01/15/2014

    Rather cheap for a T6, it works well and gives very good light. Good replacement for a P60 host. Accepts voltage from 3,7 to 18V. Very good build quality. Massive reflector, current driver is well designed. Beam temperature is as written, cold, I think it's about 6000K? Very useful for my bike, i... Read more

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  • posted byskipper36t on 09/17/2013

    Very good and powerfull single mode drop in for any use. Has a good reflector with no marks and a nice wide hotspote!Has a good voltage range 3.6~6V Has only one mode, so you have to use another driver if you want more light this modul can defenetly give you. Its good dosent heat up easily.That i... Read more

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  • posted byFuriousCorpse on 04/25/2013

    Pulls 2.2amps (@Tailcap) from my Sanyo 2600mAh 18650s Very Bright, Good Throw with very nice wide hotspot (12"@6ft). Perfect single mode drop in for P60 host. Good reflector, no marks. A little loose in a WF-501B host requiring "foil" to pass heat to hosts body. Gives a nice sized... Read more

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  • posted byali57m on 04/22/2013

    It seems to be reliable, because LED runs on 1 A (maximum allowed for this type of LED is 3 A). Temperature of running module is not very high even without additional heat sink - you can hold it in hand. It runs eco mode only, you cant increase or decrease brightnes switching modes. ?eam is - in... Read more

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