'T' series torches arrived

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by bobjs » 23 Jan 2015, 13:49

cheers David.

all sorted.

kind regards and thank you

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by VEG » 23 Jan 2015, 21:13

Do you supply a full kit eg.

IR T20 triple mode with rat tail charger, battery and scope mount if yes how much posted?

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by some bloke » 23 Jan 2015, 23:56

VEG wrote:Do you supply a full kit eg.

IR T20 triple mode with rat tail charger, battery and scope mount if yes how much posted?
Sorry I have just sold my last T20.

I supply scope mounts free with the torches as has been shown in this thread. I also supply pills and remote tail switches as shown in my advert.

I refuse to sell batteries or chargers for several reasons. :angel:

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by Farmerben » 26 Jan 2015, 14:37

Hi Dave, could you tell me the difference between the t20 and the t38. Will be looking for remote switch and white green red and IR pills. Bit of a noob here so have patience! :wtf:

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by some bloke » 26 Jan 2015, 15:17

Farmerben wrote:Hi Dave, could you tell me the difference between the t20 and the t38. Will be looking for remote switch and white green red and IR pills. Bit of a noob here so have patience! :wtf:
Hi Ben, Apart from being easier and quicker to take apart they have the same lens diameter, LED and 18650 battery - offering comparable performance. The battery also goes in the same way - button end forwards.

I personally use free unprotected batteries that are salvaged from inside redundant lap top battery packs. There is usually only one faulty battery or balance charging component in the laptop pack thet leads to low voltages. Their capacity is is maybe only half that of quality protected new 34000mah new cells - but they came free so I don't mind carrying spare ones in my shooting truck.

If I had to find pocket space for them if I were on foot I'd shell out for premium ones like these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271676067660

And these are a top rated charger:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NITECORE-i2-i ... 1526461555

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by Farmerben » 26 Jan 2015, 18:00

some bloke wrote:
Hi Ben, Apart from being easier and quicker to take apart they have the same lens diameter, LED and 18650 battery - offering comparable performance. The battery also goes in the same way - button end forwards.

I personally use free unprotected batteries that are salvaged from inside redundant lap top battery packs. There is usually only one faulty battery or balance charging component in the laptop pack thet leads to low er-18650-26650-CR123A-Universal-Mod-Battery-Charger-/111526461555
Thanks, so would that be the T38 be easier to take apart?

Got plenty of batteries that I use in my E cigarette so well geared up in that respect.

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by some bloke » 26 Jan 2015, 18:14

Farmerben wrote:
some bloke wrote:
Hi Ben, Apart from being easier and quicker to take apart they have the same lens diameter, LED and 18650 battery - offering comparable performance. The battery also goes in the same way - button end forwards.

I personally use free unprotected batteries that are salvaged from inside redundant lap top battery packs. There is usually only one faulty battery or balance charging component in the laptop pack thet leads to low er-18650-26650-CR123A-Universal-Mod-Battery-Charger-/111526461555
Thanks, so would that be the T38 be easier to take apart?

Got plenty of batteries that I use in my E cigarette so well geared up in that respect.
Yes - it is much quicker and easier to swap the different pills into it.

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by banjo48 » 08 Feb 2015, 08:00

Hi Dave, Do you post to Australia ? if so what postage costs for a T38 and remote tail.

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by some bloke » 08 Feb 2015, 15:18

banjo48 wrote:Hi Dave, Do you post to Australia ? if so what postage costs for a T38 and remote tail.

Post code 6180 W Australia
Hi, welcome to the forum, and yes I do but there must be somewhere nearer to get them?.

I'd hazard a guess at £12 postage with no tracking outside the UK.

Online qoutes don't always match the post office counter so if it costs more at the post office I'd want to delay posting till I can re-bill you for the rest.

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Re: 'T' series torches arrived

Post by no1idiot » 08 Feb 2015, 21:56

Dave
Can you do me a T67 White pill please

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