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    High Beam Light

    I would like to find a light which is not about flood but purely about a single straight and powerful main beam for distance stuff... any suggestions from what is currently around.. cheers..

    My current light is good enough for all of my near-field needs and in the past I have used the Trail Tech 30w 12degree Spot HID which was perfect but I would like an LED version of the same kind of ability.

    Cheers.

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    There is a xeccon (not sure of the model, maybe cat-man-do can chime in) that was supposed to be a monster thrower. Simple, single emitter light. I think it was the s12 or something but I don't remember

    Edit: I believe it was the s12 two. I think Cat reviewed it at some point and still considers it amongst the best spots
    Last edited by manbeer; 04-20-2015 at 09:21 AM.

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    Here's what I did. Using virtually any flashlight. This happens to be a super wide beam. One can use a Ranger band or an inner tube like I have . Very secure, rock solid. Top or bottom mount, plus way more battery options. Just a thought.


    Pedaling
    Last edited by rjedoaks; 04-20-2015 at 05:57 PM.

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    Cheers for that.. batteries are not an issue as I already a 16.8v LiPo setup so plenty of power available.

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