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#766 flipbull

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Posted 28 August 2015 - 04:53 am

I've emailed them three times still no response the screws have a anti tamper on them so I can't open it up to have a look .


Don't even think about openening it because that will void your warranty.
Just send it back.

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Posted 28 August 2015 - 04:53 am

I've emailed them three times still no response the screws have a anti tamper on them so I can't open it up to have a look .


Don't even think about openening it because that will void your warranty.
Just send it back.

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Posted 16 September 2015 - 02:43 pm

 

 

 

 

Put an extension onto the head mate, like a slieve, leave it out a couple of inches and it tightens it up. I tried somthing similar to this, right size to fit over the head.http://pages.ebay.co...id=170731923084


Did anybody get one of these how ya find it any good?
 
I got one of these, made three different extensions out of the length they send you, so I can mess around until i find the one i like best, tightens the beam right up and reduces the overspill as well.  Not used in anger but you can tell its a definite improvement if the spill and big spot is your concern.

Got one of these now had a quick look last night on half cut just me no dog n it does seem to of improved it a little abit makes the torch look a right bodge up tho lol ; )

 

tride to pm you this mate.

led sport light will blow the k 50 it away and comes with a good red fillter half the price got 5 and a half lamping hours with it the other nite.

 

what make model/link?




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