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What's Your Edc Flashlight....roll Call.

Discussion in 'Torches and Flashlights' started by Jagdwaffen, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. Jagdwaffen

    Jagdwaffen Suns up guns up

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    Nice @Rattymcrattyface ....haven’t seen much of you on the forum of late, good to see you about bud. The Lensers are very popular and the P7 is a popular gun mounted option....:thumb:

    The only Led lenser I own is a head torch Carl.....they always get the thumbs up the P7.....Aren’t they ran on four AAA batteries Carl? I did read that the plastic battery housing can disintegrate but I suspect it depends on how much hammer you give them like anything really. :thumb:
     
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    Rattymcrattyface hurrr duurrrr

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    Hey Jag same to you dude hope your doing great:D
    Ive got a scope clamp and rat tail for the lenser too so i can use it on top for some old school torching:thumb:
     
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    All good this end mate....good to see you posting :thumb:
     
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    yes they run on 4 aaa and i bought some decent rechargeable ones for it, but they died and i lost the charger when i moved house :( got to buy a new one now... they are decent torches, good and strong and decent weight ally body with a waterproof switch, I've had it a couple of years now after winning it in a meet raffle i only just realised i can focus the beam lol.... the only thing i don't like is the switch, it has 2 brightness settings but you cant turn it off with 1 click you have to go from high to low then off.
    There is a plus, when in low power mode half press the button to temporarily make it go to full beam or half press when off to use it as a momentary switch...
     
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    I bought a new multi charger last year by Nitecore, a D4 intellicharger.....it wasn’t so intelligent last night when I plugged it in having only used it half a dozen times and it’s not charging :mad:.

    Yeah it’s a pain when you have to cycle through the different levels to get back to off :rolleyes:
     
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    Rattymcrattyface hurrr duurrrr

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    maybe a squeeze torch is needed. harder you squeeze the brighter it goes:facepalm:
     
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    Just to add I’ve ordered a replacement for the Nitecore D4 which has given up the goat prematurely...think a cap on the internal board needs replacing, seems to be a common problem :rolleyes:. I’m waiting for an XTAR VC4s to land on the doorstep....hopefully I will get longer than 12 months use out of this model.....

    Anyone looking for one....they get decent reviews....mind you so do the Nitecore D4 :facepalm:

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    https://www.amazon.co.uk/XTAR-Batte...Xtar+vc4s&qid=1603298938&s=electronics&sr=1-2
     
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    Get it copyrighted @Rattymcrattyface :thumb:
     
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    300bhp/ton Engaging Member

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    I’ve always been into torches. But only really been the past 10 years I’ve collected. I enjoyed the budget end of the spectrum and modding/building the lights. Although the game has moved on somewhat.

    Lots of very cool lights available now, much driven by the modders in the flashlight community. But very easy to spend a lot of money on them too.

    Some of my fav lights are quite cheap ones. Although I admit I’m a tint snob. Don’t like PWM and appreciate sensible UI’s.
     
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    It’s a bonus when your able to find something that works well at a good price, some new tech is just out of my range price wise but have to agree on the modding side of things and having something with a decent UI . There are some who really do make an average flashlight into a belter....sadly I’m not capable.
     

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