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Old 03-23-2012, 02:15 PM   #61
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Light arrived fast and looks great. Gotta say, got back from lunch today and had a message on my phone--

"Steve, thisis Darrel, how do you like the light? Call me toll free with any questions, etc...."

I can truly say that I've never gotten a followup call from an internet purchase....well, except for CJ, but that's a whole different kettle o fish...

Great service.

Steve

PS-Hey Darrel, it warns about stationary use and overheating.....how bout using it in the cold and wind for a snowblowing light? Think it'll get enough cooling at 20-30 deg and windy, but without much forward motion? I'm tired of about getting run over...

Thanks Steve..
The warning is mostly for protection. It wont be a problem. We and several customers use it as a camp light and frequently use it as a work light. The case will get warm if left stationary for extended periods. The light has an auto dimming feature to prevent serious overheating.
Thanks again!!
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Old 03-23-2012, 02:51 PM   #62
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See? Great service.

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Old 06-12-2012, 05:59 PM   #63
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Reviving a great deal

We just received a new shipment of our new LED ADV lights. An unbelievable price on the a great multi purpose light. Most here have the P7 version. The new for 2012 units run an XML emitter.
I hope everyone is enjoying theirs..

This time around we are offering the new XML light kit with an female harness and head mount
(to wear without helmet) for 125.95,
reg price with all the extras would be 163.95
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...products&id=96

All you need to do is use the current adv rider discount code " ADV"and I will make sure you get the extras at no farther cost.
Or for personalized service give me a call at 1 800 624 0278
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Old 06-15-2012, 10:30 AM   #64
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I'm in. How are the power settings controlled? I plan on wiring it to come on with my high beams on the motorcycle and want full power every time it comes on.
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Old 06-16-2012, 09:12 AM   #65
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I'm in. How are the power settings controlled? I plan on wiring it to come on with my high beams on the motorcycle and want full power every time it comes on.
This light has a button on the back to control the 3 power settings or modes. It can be wired to a bike, but in order to turn them on and rotate between high, low and strobe you would need to push the button on the back of the light.
I primarily use mine as a emergency or task / camp light and have ran them as aux lights when in the back country.
for a primary bike mounted light I would recommend another option like the NXG LED
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...products&id=82
or the NXG Prime
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...roducts&id=136
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Old 06-16-2012, 09:31 PM   #66
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This light has a button on the back to control the 3 power settings or modes. It can be wired to a bike, but in order to turn them on and rotate between high, low and strobe you would need to push the button on the back of the light.
I primarily use mine as a emergency or task / camp light and have ran them as aux lights when in the back country.
for a primary bike mounted light I would recommend another option like the NXG LED
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...products&id=82
or the NXG Prime
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...roducts&id=136
Nope, this is perfect. The reason I asked is that some lights toggle between power modes by turning off and on while others always start on a medium power when first turned on and you have to hit a switch to run on high.

With this light I can:
  1. Have an electrical lead powered on high beam and mount the light on the motorcycle turn signal post for an on and off road auxillary light to boost the bike's headlamp,
  2. Mount on my motorcycle helmet for the same use with the beam pointed where I'm looking,
  3. Un-mount and plug into the Li battery for around camp and emergencies,
  4. Strap it on my mountain bike handlebars or helmet with the Li battery for night races,
  5. Strap it on my road bike handlebars or helmet with the Li battery for night rides and fall commuting,
  6. Strap it on my ski helmet for off-piste night skiing,
  7. Use the head mount for night XC skiing, walking the dog, hikes, climbs, hunting zombies, or whatever.
I think this may be the ultimate adventure light. Nice design at a great price.
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Old 06-18-2012, 08:46 AM   #67
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Nope, this is perfect. The reason I asked is that some lights toggle between power modes by turning off and on while others always start on a medium power when first turned on and you have to hit a switch to run on high.


With this light I can:
  1. Have an electrical lead powered on high beam and mount the light on the motorcycle turn signal post for an on and off road auxillary light to boost the bike's headlamp,
  2. Mount on my motorcycle helmet for the same use with the beam pointed where I'm looking,
  3. Un-mount and plug into the Li battery for around camp and emergencies,
  4. Strap it on my mountain bike handlebars or helmet with the Li battery for night races,
  5. Strap it on my road bike handlebars or helmet with the Li battery for night rides and fall commuting,
  6. Strap it on my ski helmet for off-piste night skiing,
  7. Use the head mount for night XC skiing, walking the dog, hikes, climbs, hunting zombies, or whatever.
I think this may be the ultimate adventure light. Nice design at a great price.
Thanks for the order!!!!
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www.cyclopsadventuresports.com
1-800-624-0278
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:21 AM   #68
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New design

We have these lights back in stock with a few new details.
New higher capacity Batteries, new chargers and the latest XML T6 emitter.
On the negative side they will no longer run on 12VDC so battery is the only way to run them.
I am making up a special kit for ADV members with the light, battery, and mounts to make it a bicycle helmet mount, a motorcycle helmet mount, a handle bar mount and head strap for use as a work or camp light.
This deal will only be available threw PMs and with Paypal or phone in CC.
special price is 110.00 plus shipping
warranty is 1 year on battery and charger 2 years on light head.
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:37 PM   #69
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Order placed, thanks Cyclops!
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