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Magicshine P7 (MJ-808) Light
#21
Was thinking if Geoman has stock may be able to split the postage on 2 or 3 lights. May be worth dropping a mail to him Undecided
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#22
Anything from the US will be picked apart by customs, slapped for vat, and handling charges.

Deal extreme will not have such hassles.

I could go into why, but you would fall asleep.

It's a risk, but worth taking.

I can't wait to compare my hope2 with a magicshine in the flesh and see how long they last.
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#23
Fill Yer Boots Boys! The UK company selling these (Lumilite.co.uk) have cut their price from 150 to 80. Presumably with a warranty etc. I guess people didnt think the higher price for extra peace of mind.
Bargaintastic!
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#24
Interesting. 5 of these may give me sufficient light to ride at 11mph off road
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#25
Hoping for enough exmas money...
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#26
"MudMonkey" Wrote:Hoping for enough exmas money...

Just go for it. 80 quid with a warranty from a uk company is bargain of the century!
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#27
"Breezer" Wrote:Interesting. 5 of these may give me sufficient light to ride at 11mph off road

Have you seen how bright these are, 5 of these would probably cause a forest fire
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#28
"Si.Ozzy" Wrote:Have you seen how bright these are, 5 of these would probably cause a forest fire

Breezer is a bit high maintenance on the light front.  Wink
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#29
Correct, I am used to ~40 watts of halogen, not led badly spread rubbish
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#30
Not as good at hope 2's don't forget, combining them won't make the difference up.
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