They emailed me this info $300 without the battery - no thanks otherwise sounded good.:fevans said:The website says they aren't available yet, so how'd you get yours and how much are they going to cost?
Thanks for the info and keep us posted. :thumbsup:
Tha Hope looks interesting, but isn't out for another couple of months which is towards the end of the night season.RedBlueGreen said:
Chain Reaction say the Hope 4 LED will be out in 12 days from now: "Due In Stock 30/01/2008".bonesetter2004 said:Tha Hope looks interesting, but isn't out for another couple of months which is towards the end of the night season.
I've just gone with the iBlaast. This has a proven 4 year record with plenty of excellent feedback here, and it's upgradeable. For a helmet mounted HID bar mount complement I'm sure it'll be fine...
My responseEverything with "1000 Lumen will be using 4 seoul P4 Leds
Everything is availible off the shelf to fit these parts
The complicated bit is to regulate the heat build up. You can do this
really crudely and never get the full light output. or use sophisticated
microprocessors to measure the current and voltage draw to regulate them.
Our lights are built with the latter method and so are lupines, Im waiting
for a set of hopes to investigate them
Cheers, Neil (superstarcomponents)
I was speaking to Chain Reaction a few days ago about something else and asked about the Hope release date. They said Hope (and other manufactures) are usually optimistic about when product will be ready.RedBlueGreen said:Chain Reaction say the Hope 4 LED will be out in 12 days from now: "Due In Stock 30/01/2008".
I agree with you Bonesetter, the iBlaast is a Blast
Thanks for the thumsup BTWRedBlueGreen said:I agree with you Bonesetter, the iBlaast is a Blast
Yes, I've been following the DIY threads with some interest. It does look fun being able to build your own, might well have a go...RedBlueGreen said:I've never been a fan of tiny companies that make very bold claims for brand new products...especially when their claims aren't technically capable of being achieved. I might be being overly cautious but if the math doesn't add up...it doesn't add up. Plus I don't like being a beta tester when paying top dollar.
Good job I'm not in the market for a new light atm, but by September time I'll be looking to build my own with all the satisfaction that will bring.