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  • posted bytonighx on 10/04/2012

    - very small board - cheap - wide range of input voltage - keeps a minimal light on even when the batteries are extremely low, going into a kind of "low-strobe" mode the memory and modes controller died after the first time I drained the batteries completely. since then it only works in HI mode I soldered two cables to the contacts on the ... Read more

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  • posted byLollerkopter on 06/11/2012

    - It's very small and compact. - I like the high, middle and low modes - One, or two serially connected Li-ion battery cell is an accepted power source. - The memory mode is very useful. - Strobe and S.O.S. modes is useless for me - The factory soldered cables is very thin, both cable is loosened immediately (not a big a cons, I replaced the thin cables ... Read more

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  • posted byABC1950 on 07/02/2010

    Curcuit board is as described. The board is very easy to mod despite the fact that it came without any instructions. Memory mode works fine. All 5 modes are working nicely. The Mid and Low mode are really useful, mid being bright enough for distance throw and low being not too dim. Board looks a little fragile. So pay a little attention when modding.... Read more

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  • posted byfiveseven808 on 04/27/2010

    CHEAP Moddable Works great! Did I mention cheap? This product is amazing I tell you! I tried sticking it in a sku.23653 (which I ordered from ebay and has a broken driver board) and I have to say that High is just as high as direct drive (or at least I can't tell the difference)Low is exactly what I need and Strobe seems very tactical if I do say so ... Read more

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  • posted byLaciSupreme on 08/06/2009

    -cheap -4 usefulness settings (hi/mid/lo/strobe) -good efficiency -Good sandwich, but component isn't outside (has little protected) -The medium and low settings is flashes very fast. (I think it's good, because I'm looking more light.) -isn't hot -Cell's voltage is high, then the driver efficiency. -isn't 1,2 A power -The negative pole to emitter and ... Read more

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