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  • posted byadsheils on 10/02/2013

    For all divers out there with an old halogen UK SL6 (or 4) torch, this is an easy led upgrade. First remove and re-instal the batteries in reverse. Next, remove the large spring from the drop-in. To make the drop-in fit the torch, I simple cut a length of 1" pvc pipe about 1 inch long, then... Read more

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  • posted byarbiker501 on 03/19/2013

    Price to lumens upgrade for p60 units is amazing esp with cost of savings for cr123 cells . Just a wonderful vaule. My unit is in my beater host and has been dropped countless times with no issues. Very simple to use no issues there At the time this was one of the few lower price solutions for a... Read more

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  • posted byfffuuu on 09/03/2012

    Very bright, natural cool color of light. I checked the module with 3V to 12 V, quite precisely at 3.6V the output stabilizes - before it is flickering a little. I measured 500mA @ 3,6V Good wide beam - I like that for working in dark places. This is caused by the orange peel reflector providing... Read more

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  • posted byChunWei on 04/18/2012

    great light, seems like it's brighter at higher voltage, I used two 3.7v batteries, and also used on car as light bulb (13Vdc) works great. the color is not bluish white, which is great, its about 5000k temperature. not like some of the Q5 flashlights I have. And on the 12v and 3.9v the amperage... Read more

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  • posted byjhanratt on 01/03/2012

    Very bright for a small drop in module. Fits my surefire 9P like a glove. Much brighter than the expensive LED I ordered from Surefire. Plus Free shipping from DX. The first one I received was a dud it ran only a few minutes then quit. The led was soldered on crooked. DX Replaced it free of I and... Read more

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  • posted byplatonas on 09/27/2011

    It has a little wider light beam that makes it more useful than the majority of other lights. Compared to my other torches with R2 this is much brighter, more then twice the light output. The beam is wider and give a more useful coverage of bright light (compare to R2). It works on a single cell... Read more

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  • posted bysatplus on 11/26/2010

    Lots of light Well regulated at 1A Maybe the light tone is a little cold, but it's personal taste. I'd liked this module with 3 mode intensity control, but I changed circuit board with sku.2611 and now I have a 3 mode module with the same light output. Fits perfect in my ultrafire 502d with 2x is... Read more

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  • posted bydark1 on 09/16/2010

    None I can think of, really. -Output very overrated. Measured at ~220 OTF lumens in integrating sphere. I have an old XR-E Q5 drop-in that's brighter than that -Very high CCT, with annoying angry blue tint -Reflector seems to be a poor match for emitter, focused imperfectly, resulting in floody... Read more

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  • posted byZirges2000 on 05/21/2010

    Excellent product. Like others have said, its a has more of a flood in its beam. But, I found that exactly what I was looking for. The R2 has just a little too small of a beam for me. This light easily lights us the area out to 75 yards in front of you. ...and it seem to be about 20% brighter the... Read more

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  • posted byhyperloop on 04/10/2010

    Very well constructed, the reflector is made of metal and can unscrew off the LED pill, the LED is securely epoxied to the heatsink/pill and the entire drop in feels very substantial and heavier than i expected. Dropin comes with 2 springs, had to remove the larger spring to fit in my Surefire G2... Read more

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