For Sale [Central Texas]: The Farthest Throwing Flashlight You Have Ever Seen

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  • 35Remington

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    This light is amazing. It throws and throws and throws, while still giving decent spill in the near vicinity. The magnetic mode-selector ring allows brightness to be set at many different levels, from "Hey, I dropped my keys in the grass," to "Can you tell me if there's a squirrel asleep on that ledge half a mile across the valley?"

    I bought it for hunting, but my buddy just decided to jump into night vision, so this is no longer needed. It has less than 2 hours of total run time, and could pass for Brand New in Box. Not a scratch, scrape, nick, cut, abrasion, or booger. It's perfect.

    It uses a de-domed XPG2 emitter to provide 431K lux. Yes, almost half a million. Your friends will call you the Sun God. "What are the lumens?" When you get to flashlights like this, you don't measure lumens anymore.

    The light was over $300 new in January of this year, and they are now backordered and unavailable for immediate sale. I would like to sell this for $250 locally in Central Texas, or we can work out shipping. It comes with all the original parts and accessories, including a signed certificate of performance by the OSTS producer. Glock provided for reference, and not for sale.

    Here are the manufacturer specs: http://www.onestopthrowshop.com/pro...B0FE5.m1plqscsfapp03?productId=5&categoryId=1

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    35Remington

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    Someone asked for run times. Here you go:


    Level 1: 2000 hours;
    Level 2: 140 hours;
    Level 3: 22 hours;
    Level 4: 9 hours
    Level 5: 5 hours;
    Level 6: 2 hours;
     

    Das Jared

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    Someone asked for run times. Here you go:


    Level 1: 2000 hours;
    Level 2: 140 hours;
    Level 3: 22 hours;
    Level 4: 9 hours
    Level 5: 5 hours;
    Level 6: 2 hours;

    Those are impressive run times if that is battery life.. or is that runtime meaning bulb life?

    Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk 2
     

    35Remington

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    Nice one, Cam. No, SugarLand, it is not fan cooled. Doesn't need it. He has figured out some super high-tech way to thermally conduct heat away from the element which makes it self cooling.

    You can read more at the link I posted up top. This guy really is a genius.
     
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