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  • posted byNoQueue on 10/07/2015

    Pros: Big size is usable for LEDs with large surface area. Relatively short focal point makes sure that lots of the LED light goes through the lens (approx 100 degrees of the LED output). Cons: Even if most of the LED light pass through the lens, still quite much of the light will not pass the I... Read more

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  • posted byacsgeluwe on 10/11/2013

    The lens is heavy but solid, for this price very well manufactured. Borders have a good finish; not too rough. Good for high power Led light focus. Good glass quality, no air bubbles or visible defects. Even it is clear glass, the surfaces may show some lines in your picture. Checked with a it is... Read more

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  • posted byjbrols on 02/27/2013

    Looks to be very clear glass. I bought one, and it has much, much less molding defects than the one I got from one another place with a word "Good" in its name. Used it in a homemade flashlight. It's not perfect, but I don't think, that molded lens could get much better. The outer rim a... Read more

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  • posted byZanuttoVV on 01/25/2013

    It seems very well built, I couldn't find any con. I've bought for a project of a diving flashlight. Using underwater won't account too much weight but you should consider it's weight for other purposes. A little bit heavy, but if this isn't a problem for your project it's great! It can be used a... Read more

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  • posted bytheperfectlight on 12/06/2010

    A three inch diameter aspheric lense for under 10 dollars! I used this lense in a modified mag light. Installed an SST 50 emitter on a fabricated silver and copper heat sink, made an electronic PWM ballast to run at seven amps, powered it with two D cell lithium ion batteries and the beam through... Read more

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