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  • posted byincredibilehulk on 07/16/2013

    Very bright, has a frequency which is very nice and does not bother the eyes. I've used to do it yourself, but you can also use in torches (ultrafire wf 501 or similar). Apparently the 300 lumens he deserves all the orange peel reflector plays its role. Unfortunately I have found incompatibility... Read more

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  • posted byaccount1234 on 09/28/2012

    Good price. Cree XP-G emitter. The three modules I own have a very good tint. The low mode is quite low and should provide very good battery life, but I've not tested that. These are advertised as 18V modules, but appear to be 6V max. The three I have do not function properly at 9V, but work fine... Read more

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  • posted byaccount1234 on 09/04/2012

    Good price for a five mode, XP-G, P60 module. The medium and low modes are very useful for extended battery life. This module uses an efficient driver since it is 18V rated. Mine only does three modes: high, strobe and SOS. High mode is very bright and generates a lot of heat. It seems like the a... Read more

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  • posted bydespista2 on 05/19/2011

    This is BRIGHT. The spot is as bright (but bigger) than the XR-E R2 drop-in module that comes inside the single mode UltraFire WF-501B, and the spill is a bit brighter. This one does have mode memory. The mid mode is pretty low and the low mode is REALLY low. This is a pro for me since these are... Read more

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  • posted byHupplehop on 01/03/2011

    This is a great little upgrade for my standard Wf-501b flashlight, along with other flashlights that take p60 drop-ins. The pros are: 1. It is bright. 2. It's easy to use. 3. It's aluminum. In a world of plastic reflectors, this one's a godsend. 4. It's got a nice, smooth hotspot. The cons I the... Read more

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  • posted bymoregothic on 12/18/2010

    - very bright. Can't judge if really 320lm but it outlights even my P7/MC-E lights - memory actually works - decent build quality - SOS mode does not work. it blinks 3 times then shines permanently - low mode flickers when driven with 2x 18650 or CR123 This dropin was supposed to replace the in -... Read more

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  • posted bysleepy120 on 12/01/2010

    Very Bright, brighter than 3xp4's i have. Inbuilt driver circuit does it's job. Good run-times on 4xAA's. Does get really hot on High mode, uncomfortable to touch. LED was not soldered to board properly and became extremely dim after afew months, this was fixed by pushing in LED with finger on an... Read more

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  • posted byLeoric2007 on 11/06/2010

    1) R5 LED means good light power 2) Memory option is very useful when you need this on you bike for example 3) Price is reasonable for complete drop-in module (LED + integrated circuit board + reflector) 4) low heating Overall quality. Maybe I was unlucky and my particular copy was of such but in... Read more

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  • posted byDoooo on 08/26/2010

    The led is very bright, nice aluminum pill and reflector led is well center. The driver is faulty. It allow the led to draw more than the recommended current. Measured with a dmm, the current increase every second which may cause the led to burn out. When drawing too much current the whole driver... Read more

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  • posted bylasermanathome on 08/18/2010

    Very bright lightsource, the brightest small one for sunfirehousing. That it emits about the same as the R2, I have to disagree strongly.That de thow is less in NOT correct, the emitter needs to be turned back for about a half turn and than the throw is as narrow as wirh the R2, but with much 3 a... Read more

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