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  • posted byjousam on 07/30/2014

    Pros:Powerful well focused. With this voltage you can do many variations, works well also on 6V nicd batteries. It wants current up to 2Amps, but bright enough on 1 Amp from mlite nicd battery. Cons:For maglite upgrading has to remove some material around this module. DX should get some easy for... Read more

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  • posted bybear123 on 08/13/2013

    - bright - single mode - easy to install - decent throw - easily 700+ lumen with 5d maglite - good build quality - got to manipulate the springs to get them in the right position for a maglite and use something to insulate the positive spring from touching the negative pole in the old maglites. I... Read more

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  • posted byJufo1 on 10/30/2012

    Really bright clean light, long throw, easy to use and best of all really long battery life campared to old bulb. Bit challenging to assembly, depending on a lamp that you are fitting it. Bit too big in diameter for my use. I wanted to have led lamp to my Mglite 5D and this one is really bright.... Read more

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  • posted bysuomesta on 11/05/2011

    Very bright light! Excellent choise for DYI dive light. Haven't seen any so far I'm using this lamp in my dive light and I made this modification to handle 12V voltage: http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=272061 It was a bit hard to remove booster unit (SKU 26106) from the lamp... Read more

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  • posted byDXaccount007 on 04/29/2011

    Very bright indeed, great stream of light until 200 meters. Very easy DIY Police 6D + 5xCree R2 ! (DX Police 6V - 6xD-cells) Just cut the + spring from 5xcree, enlarged a bit the - spring and done (!) This way, the initial xenon bulb can even be replaced if wanted. Not any, used 6x(2xAA) through... Read more

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  • posted bybierbauchbaer on 02/14/2011

    -It´s a very bright, easy DIY upgrade for the UF WF-500. -The spot is thight and the spill is also nice. -The tint is a great white. -The effective Range is about 150- 200 meters, -Nice regulation -The heatsink is to small and the main problem is to get the heat out of the WF- 500 head. - The are... Read more

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  • posted byfitzie on 01/20/2011

    I got this drop in module for my Ultrafire WF600 xenon torch. It is a cinch to fit as it is nearly exacly the same shape as the xenon assembly, just put some light lube on thread when I screwed it in the head of the torch.This whole process took about 5 minutes and I am pleased with the result,I... Read more

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  • posted byperoag on 01/09/2011

    brightest flashlight i ever have after i made it work on a mod 2d mag lite, using 2 18650 batt.Every body at work really noticed the difference and also the brightest flashlight they seen so far. poor build quality but after reading reviews/tips and forums ,i troubleshoot it and made it work on a... Read more

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  • posted byunrealspeed on 12/23/2010

    Bought this drop-in because I wanted more power from my magl_ite, after a bit of fiddling I got a flashlight that was much stronger, like 11 times stronger. kicks all other flashlights I have seen. this 5XCree drop-in converts the dark forest to a sunny beach with the help of this 1200lumens LED... Read more

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  • posted byinzane747 on 12/22/2010

    OK... bought this with the idea that I needed to stuff it in my modded 6D mag host. I had the P7 pill in there prior and I wanted more to justify the weight of the beast. THIS IS IT! I know there are better hosts BUT I have my reasons. I mad a subc 6 cell stick that fits in my dewalt charger for... Read more

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