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    trail torch 1800..thanks santa...MADE IN THE USA !!!

    Dilemma, canít wait to try out Santaís trail torch 1800, but the day riding has been great in central PA since men who carry guns season is slowing down. Saw one of these from the side, coming in my development in the fall, thought it was a car, moved off the road, was a single speeder with an 1800 trail torch...

    https://www.candlepowertech.com/products.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmblg View Post
    Dilemma, canít wait to try out Santaís trail torch 1800, but the day riding has been great in central PA since men who carry guns season is slowing down. Saw one of these from the side, coming in my development in the fall, thought it was a car, moved off the road, was a single speeder with an 1800 trail torch...

    https://www.candlepowertech.com/products.html
    Interesting story....I'm curious to know how you knew what kind of light it was as you drove by in your car in the dark(?)

    Also, curiously the seller of this light is from the same neck of the woods as you.

    The seller doesn't tell you what LED's are being used. Regardless, I doubt you are going to get 1800 OTF lumen. No mention what mAh rating the battery is either. Nice looking kit though. Still, doesn't look like it includes a bar mount ( unless I'm missing something ). $400 is mighty steep for this kind of setup in my book. I'd take the DesignShine over this any day of the week.

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