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    Another Magicshine Question

    Other than runtime and mounting system, does the Magicshine light have any significant functional differences from or advantages over a standard-issue SSC P7 flashlight?

    In other words, should I spend some shekels on a Magicshine or just stick with my P7?

    Geoman, I'm thinking you must have an opinion on the subject.

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    The run time alone really makes it worth the extra money over a P7.

    But if you already have a P7, put it on your handlebars, and get a MS for your helmet and you'll be very happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fightnut
    The run time alone really makes it worth the extra money over a P7.

    But if you already have a P7, put it on your handlebars, and get a MS for your helmet and you'll be very happy!
    AGREED! Or, get a Magicshine 1400 and really "shine"...

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    Those flashlights are usually much larger and more bulky than the MS lightheads are.
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    Thanks

    Thank you all for your responses.

    I probably should have been more clear. A better question would have been: does the MS have a superior beam pattern, longer throw or any other advantage not obvious from simply reading the specs?

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