Flashlight Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Flashlights' started by EDCP-MIKE, May 17, 2015.

  1. jds1

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    Traveling light, today. Today, it's just these two:

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    Left: Zebralight SC600w Mk II L 2
    Right: Zebralight SC600w Mk III
     
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    So much goodness in this one. I'm shopping for a SF for edc pocket carry. Which is your favorite?

    Sent from my SM-G930T using Tapatalk
     
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    I'm probably not the best person to ask because I haven't purchased any new SF in a while, but I did get an LED drop in for the E1 which I really like. My most recent SF is this Titan which is also a nice EDC.

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    I too am looking..
     
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    Today's on-person carry. The trusty two, once again...

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    Proper nice.


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    The Convoys:

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    S3 with XM-L2 T6 4C, S2+ Blue with XM-L2 T6 4C, also in Green, but with XM-L2 T6 3B, M1 with XM-L2 T6 4C, C8, with XM-L2 U2 1A De-domed, with Guppydrive firmware- a little bit on the greenish side, tint-wise, for me; and finally a pair of C8s, with clear finish, and XP-L U3 7A, with Biscotti firmware (currently programmed for 5-modes, from moonlight to blasting). These are among the warmest LED lights I own, tint-wise.

    All of the Convoys are 7135 x 8 (except for the Green S2+, which is a 7135 x 6).
     
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    Well - not a flashlight - but definitely flashlight-related.

    This is the new Nitecore SC4 charger. I just received it a few days ago, and am loving it, so far.

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    I'm afraid my pictures don't seem to do the charger justice. Nitecore did an amazing job, with their website pictures, though (as they always do).

    So far, I've only charged a handful of 18650 batteries (and some AA NiMhs, as pictured above) in it, but it does exactly as promised, and has the ability to charge at up to 3 Amps, through two of the slots (perfect for the bigger 26650 batteries, for speed charging).

    The spring tension feels a little bit wimpy, compared to all of my XTAR chargers, but that's just being nit picky.

    The display is a far cut above that of the D4 it replaced (both, clearer, and more colorful - although these pictures are in Black and White lol). It is not defeat-able, but dims, after three minutes of non-use.

    It's significantly larger than the D4 (taller, deeper, and wider), but that's not a big deal. The heat sinking in this one is certainly better (it barely warms up, to the touch, even with bigger batteries - compared to the D4).

    I like that they placed the buttons on top, rather than on the side, as the D4 had, so I could set these, side-by-side, without locking access to the buttons.

    I'm still getting used to the program-ability of the individual charging slots. Maybe in the next few days or so, I'll try and get some better pictures of it, and have some more comments; but I can say that I liked it so much, I've ordered a second one (through BLF Group Buy - killer deal).

    This one arrived in a little over a week.

    I'm still an avid XTAR charger fan, but this is really a step up, for Nitecore (I previously had a pair of i4 V2s, and a pair of D4s, before these two), and I'm glad to have made the purchase.
     
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    Great review
     
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    Thanks, brother. Much appreciated!
     
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