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£450 for a Six Pack Anyone?

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  • kelsenkelsen Posts: 2,003
    :shock: That's not a bike light! That's one of them searchlight jobbies you find mounted under police helicopters!
  • dancookdancook Posts: 333
    The notable details are that it pumps out a blinding 1800 lumens, more than twice the MaXx-D's 960, with a new array of six LED's.

    960 x 2 = 1820. Else I'm missing something :)

    I'll stick to my 2 LED version heh.
  • whyamiherewhyamihere Posts: 7,442
    dancook wrote:
    The notable details are that it pumps out a blinding 1800 lumens, more than twice the MaXx-D's 960, with a new array of six LED's.

    960 x 2 = 1820. Else I'm missing something :)

    I'll stick to my 2 LED version heh.
    You are.

    960x2 is 1920, not 1820. ;)
  • dancookdancook Posts: 333
    whyamihere wrote:
    dancook wrote:
    The notable details are that it pumps out a blinding 1800 lumens, more than twice the MaXx-D's 960, with a new array of six LED's.

    960 x 2 = 1820. Else I'm missing something :)

    I'll stick to my 2 LED version heh.
    You are.

    960x2 is 1920, not 1820. ;)

    I'm so tired!! ... so so tired....

    Thanks :)
  • Agent57Agent57 Posts: 2,300
    1800 still isn't more than twice as much though.
    MTB commuter / 531c commuter / CR1 Team 2009 / RockHopper Pro Disc / 10 mile PB: 25:52 (Jun 2014)
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