A chinese light, single U2, tiny profile
I brought one of these:
From Ebay seller “Chinavally”
I thought it would make a nice helmet light direct mounted, and I could use/modify the clamp to work with the Solastorm I have.
Anyway, it turned up, and as a light its nice, tiny, probably crap battery but seems ok so far.
But the Bar clamp is not as shown, not quick release, cheap, sharp , brittle plastic, so I wasn’t happy about that.
I`ve opened a case through ebay.
But does anyone recognise the light ? or know where its available with a better clamp arrangement (Or even the one shown)
CheersPosted 4 years ago
I bought one from a different ebay seller and it came with the pictured clamp (it also only cost 13 quid).
A crackin’ little light. Nice & compact with three light levels and a decent run time. It takes up almost no space on the bars. The clamp is fairly robust, but the wire ‘clasp’ bit can slide off the bit it clamps onto if tightened up too much.Posted 4 years agoAlexSimonSubscriber
Probably listed at £99 to try and boost his other auction:Posted 4 years ago
Is this (roughly) the same thing? If so, with the same chip and voltage, why is there such a huge difference in claimed lumen? I’m sure there is somebody on here who understands the tech on here. Trout?
Also, looking at the other lights the leads are the same, what happens if you just plug in one of the much more common 4 cell packs with ?double the voltage?Posted 4 years agolightmanMember
Because its not driven very hard, and also, DX have a forum where people really give them hell if they keep putting stupid fake lumen figures up that their suppliers give them.
An XM-L can be driven at 3000mA, but you need some good cooling to stop it frying itself.
Your voltage question should be quite obvious 😉Posted 4 years ago
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