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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby mikelim » Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:36 am

Uncle Wong,

How about a GB for 18650 batteries and charger? Anyone doing it? It's quite hard for us to buy it locally....

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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:38 am

mikelim wrote:Uncle Wong,

How about a GB for 18650 batteries and charger? Anyone doing it? It's quite hard for us to buy it locally....

Dun need GB for battery la , click on net & pay .
They will send u
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby Redstorm » Mon Jul 05, 2010 7:38 pm

mikelim wrote:Uncle Wong,

How about a GB for 18650 batteries and charger? Anyone doing it? It's quite hard for us to buy it locally....


You can buy it online from http://www.dealextreme.com. Their rates are quite reasonable and I bought all my 18650 batteries from them.
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:53 pm

Olight M20S & Olight M21
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby FrancisTLim » Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:52 am

uncle wong wrote:Olight M20S & Olight M21

Eh?? What are those two grey things that look like buttons at the top end? Are they secondary switches? What are they for?
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:54 am

FrancisTLim wrote:
uncle wong wrote:Olight M20S & Olight M21

Eh?? What are those two grey things that look like buttons at the top end? Are they secondary switches? What are they for?

With the side switch , easy for us to change mode .
High , medium , low , strobe
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby FrancisTLim » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:09 am

uncle wong wrote:
FrancisTLim wrote:
uncle wong wrote:Olight M20S & Olight M21

Eh?? What are those two grey things that look like buttons at the top end? Are they secondary switches? What are they for?

With the side switch , easy for us to change mode .
High , medium , low , strobe

OIC. So the back switch is for on/off and the side switch is for mode change. Good idea. Then I presume the back switch will always be OFF or ON to the last mode used. I know some other torchlights use the same ON/OFF switch to also change modes, so if I have one mode that I use all the time, I have to press the ON/OFF switch multiple times (to get back to the same mode) everytime I use the torch.
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:10 pm

SureFire M2 Centurion .
Very Solid Torch with Very Nice Finishing .
Anti - Shock Head .
Can Change The Original Incan Lamp To Led P60 Drop-In .
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:13 pm

Malaysia Flashlight Forum ( NEW) :thumbsup:
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Re: GPS'ers must carry flashlight(s)

Postby uncle wong » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:21 pm

DIY ( Bore Surefire C2 , M2 , 6P , Z2 , Z3 )
Original Surefire torch using 123 battery .
Bore the above surefire model torch to accept 18650 battery & change the original surefire incan or led to high output Led drop-in .

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