Welcome to Laser Pointer Forums - discuss green laser pointers, blue laser pointers, and all types of lasers



FS: Large Maglite Monster Kits! FlexModP3, Side Button Forward Clicky!

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
Hey, Jayrob, I need a couple mag light batteries for your full upgrade version. What would a pair cost? And do you have them in stock?
32650 Li-Ion's - $22 each. In stock... (plus $7 dollars shipping to the U.S. for a pair) That's based on PayPay fees with priority shipping and delivery confirmation...

Send me a PM! :beer:
 



Patprunty

New member
Joined
Feb 22, 2015
Messages
1
Points
0
Hi.
I want to order the D Mag with aluminium Custom head and the recessed front ( not flat)
I would like the aluminium colour stubby.
Can the stubby hold a batterie sufficient for the new 3.5W diodes?
I would like the key switch and the LED incorporated also.
Also the propper batterie and driver for this diode and G lense.
Plus a charger.
I'm in Ireland (Europe)
Give me a quote for this lot please.
Thanks
Pat
 

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
Hi.
I want to order the D Mag with aluminium Custom head and the recessed front ( not flat)
I would like the aluminium colour stubby.
Can the stubby hold a batterie sufficient for the new 3.5W diodes?
I would like the key switch and the LED incorporated also.
Also the propper batterie and driver for this diode and G lense.
Plus a charger.
I'm in Ireland (Europe)
Give me a quote for this lot please.
Thanks
Pat
I'll send you a PM...

All good except I recommend a 2 cell build at that power...

And make sure you get proper eye protection for 445 if you don't already have some... :beer:
 

Jped277

New member
Joined
Sep 1, 2015
Messages
6
Points
0
I'd like to order one of your normal heatsinks. How do I place an order? Jped277@hotmail.com.
 
Last edited:

Pman

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 28, 2012
Messages
4,450
Points
113
I own a couple of Jayrob builds and I would like to point out that he does wonderful work and regardless of what anyone buys from him you can expect excellent quality. +REP when i can give it again and for sharing how he puts a lot of his builds together.
 
Last edited:

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
I own a couple of Jayrob builds and I would like to point out that he does wonderful work and regardless of what anyone buys from him you can expect excellent quality. +REP when i can give it again and for sharing how he puts a lot of his builds together.
Thanks Pman! :thanks:

These Mags can also be made into a 'shorty' by eliminating the side button and using a tail switch. :cool:

See here...


 
Last edited:

Curiouslink

New member
Joined
Jun 11, 2017
Messages
1
Points
0
Re: FS: Large Maglite Monster Kits! Custom Head Option, Side Button Forward Clicky!

Hi Jayrob I am interested in the Large maglight kit side clicky, I am interested in the Silver 2D maglight host, the Normal Aluminum Heatsink, Prep host w/lead wires, Key switch option, voltage monitor; wired to come on w/key switch, and fiberglass sleeve and tailcap mod. My name is Frank and my e-mail is mister312@aol.com. Quick question, I recently purchased the 6w numb44 diode already installed with a G2 lens and a 20mm module along with the 4.5amp x-drive buck driver already soldered w/leads, can this also work with the normal aluminum heatsink installed into your heasink together with the 20mm module? Thank You! I live in Wallkill, NY 12589
 

paul1598419

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 20, 2013
Messages
15,216
Points
113
Rather than post here, you should send a PM and ask your questions. No need to open a 20 month old thread.
 

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
Re: FS: Large Maglite Monster Kits! Custom Head Option, Side Button Forward Clicky!

Hi Jayrob I am interested in the Large maglight kit side clicky, I am interested in the Silver 2D maglight host, the Normal Aluminum Heatsink, Prep host w/lead wires, Key switch option, voltage monitor; wired to come on w/key switch, and fiberglass sleeve and tailcap mod. My name is Frank and my e-mail is mister312@aol.com. Quick question, I recently purchased the 6w numb44 diode already installed with a G2 lens and a 20mm module along with the 4.5amp x-drive buck driver already soldered w/leads, can this also work with the normal aluminum heatsink installed into your heasink together with the 20mm module? Thank You! I live in Wallkill, NY 12589
Yes to all, sending PM...

P.S. Feel free to post in any of my threads no matter how old they are. That's what they're here for. Of course you can PM me as well... :beer:
 
Last edited:
Joined
Feb 1, 2017
Messages
670
Points
0
Hi Jayrob ,

Nice to meet you ! I've heard about you so much in the past and I've always appreciated your buildings! Jordan has introduced me to your buildings years ago! And I've always been astonished! It is an honor for me to write :beer:
 

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
Hi Jayrob ,

Nice to meet you ! I've heard about you so much in the past and I've always appreciated your buildings! Jordan has introduced me to your buildings years ago! And I've always been astonished! It is an honor for me to write :beer:
Glad to meet you... :handshake:

DTR is the man, I always recommend his stuff. Good to know he is doing the same back at me! :beer:
 
  • Like
Reactions: GSS
Joined
Feb 1, 2017
Messages
670
Points
0

jayrob

Well-known member
LPF Site Supporter
Joined
Sep 21, 2007
Messages
9,867
Points
113
Once you start building it's addicting...

It's about understanding diode and driver requirements, considering the best battery supply needed, and then finding the host you want to put it into.

All those builds are good creativity and the main thing is, they work and you built them.

One point of advice. Think of ways to mount your heatsinks that will allow you to easily take apart and rebuild if you ever need to replace any components. Or if you just decide to swap out your diode/driver for something different.

Have fun and be safe with the eyes... :beer:
 
Joined
Feb 1, 2017
Messages
670
Points
0
Once you start building it's addicting...

It's about understanding diode and driver requirements, considering the best battery supply needed, and then finding the host you want to put it into.

All those builds are good creativity and the main thing is, they work and you built them.

One point of advice. Think of ways to mount your heatsinks that will allow you to easily take apart and rebuild if you ever need to replace any components. Or if you just decide to swap out your diode/driver for something different.

Have fun and be safe with the eyes... :beer:

Of course you! thanks for your advice !

p.s. Your pool is a fairy tale!
 




Top