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Questions:

  1. Does it support the use of rechargeable 123 (RCR123a) cells?
  2. What is the LED chip used (ie, Cree XM-L2)? (SF's website doesn't seem to include this, either.)
 

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Questions:

  1. Does it support the use of rechargable 123 cells?
  2. What is the LED chip used (ie, Cree XM-L2)? (SF's website doesn't seem to include this, either.)
surefire approves the use of a certain brand of rechargeable CR123 sold by them.

i got nothing on the chip, SF generally does not disclose what chip they use but i find that the SF lights have better color and more consistent beam pattern then just about any light.
 

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If you use 3.2V rechargeable lithium-phosphate batteries you a will be fine. Stay away from 3.7v CR123a's.

The LED appears to be a XM-L, although they don't give that info out.

Questions:

  1. Does it support the use of rechargable 123 cells?
  2. What is the LED chip used (ie, Cree XM-L2)? (SF's website doesn't seem to include this, either.)
 

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I see the run time on the 1000 lumens is 2.25 hrs...pretty good. I just bought SureFire's 500 lumen and now they double it?:mad:
I'm going to wait for the 5000 lumen with a 5 hr run time...:rolleyes:

I must say, that is a very good price.:hand2:
 
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