GUN nobody will accuse me of small penis syndrome now! (fenix light pics)

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  1. jehan60188

    jehan60188 New Member

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    just got my fenix P1D CE Q5 in the mail. it's tiny!

    compared w/ G26 for scale, and my old flashlight ($12, 5 years ago, works like a charm, just not as bright, definitely keeping it around)

    i'll report in on how well the diffuser works as soon as it gets dark!


    i love the little holster it came with!

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  2. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    There is so much stunted growth going on in that pic. All it's missing is some azn titty.
     
  3. jehan60188

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    haha, i didn't realize that- subcompact gun, netbook laptop, and two lights, both of which i purchased for portability!

    also-

    NOT WORK SAFE

    http://ccgals.com/ht/photos/taki/01nu/03.jpg

    NOT WORK SAFE
     
  4. Sardaukar

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    Well shit. I guess I have a tiny pecker.

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  5. jehan60188

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    sardauker, love that last pic
    also, nice collection!
     
  6. LancerV

    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    :ugh:

    razor.jpg
     
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    ibdiffuserlookslikeavibrator
     
  8. jehan60188

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    well, it's dark now- the diffuser works just fine. no major spots, or anything
    with my light, i would say one or two people could read a map, or other fine detailed work, and several people could read large print
    definitely replacing the lantern in my camping equipment with this (much, MUCH) smaller light!
     
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    Actually, I was just going to say that.

    Add a vibrating attachment and you'd have to use it as an impact weapon to keep women away(and it wouldn't take those pesky proprietary vibrator batteries:mamoru:)!
     
  10. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    Yes, yes it does. I can't decide if I want to get one for exactly that reason.

    Glad to hear it's working well.
     
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    "boy, if we had a lantern that could flash sos it would be seen from all angles; but thank goodness we don't have anything that resembles a vibrator!"
    seriously, it's $5, and ridiculously helpful, who cares what it looks like?!
     
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    that diffuser actually works exceptionally well.

    picwhoring :o
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    my feelings exactly.
     
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    with the pushbutton types, it looks like you can't make them "stand on end" (like a candle would)
    except the left two look like they've got "legs" that stick out past the button on two sides (is that what they're for?)
    i know it's a minor detail/feature to look for, but it's one of my favorite features on a light, so i notice it...


    also, are those individual/unique serial numbers printed on the heads, or just model/non-unique identification information? (definitely took pictures of it for insurance, so hopefully it's the former!)
     
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    yeah, afaik only the smaller fenix lights allow you to stand them on it. works great combined with the diffuser.

    and it appears as though the numbers are a SN but i can't confirm.
     
  16. Sardaukar

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    With the exception of the E20, the slimmer P and L and E series lights will tail stand. The TK series has crenulations in the tailcap to prevent accidental activation only. :hs:

    If the number beings with U (for US), then it is the serial number for that light I believe.
     
  17. how do these compare to surfire
     
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    I take that back. T1s tail stand. I'll check my TK10 later.
     
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    Mine have been reliable.

    EDIT: Since I don't have Surefire, I can't really compare them.
     
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    They're made in China, but the stigma about stuff made in China doesn't even remotely apply. Fenix makes lights as good as anything else I've seen from any other company, and since they don't pay their workers shit the price is right too.
     
  21. The TK10 doesn't tail stand.
     
  22. deusexaethera

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    :clit:

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  23. Think about what makes a light a good light. Rugged, bright, good battery life. Based on those categories, I have to say my TK10 is as rugged as my Z2L. It's definitely MUCH brighter. It also gets better battery life. The fact that it's considerably less expensive than a Surefire is just icing on the cake.
     
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    So I took my P1D outside last night and pointed it at some trees that were across the street + several parking spaces away from me. On the high setting I could clearly distinguish the branches at the tops of the trees. That is regoddamndiculously bright for a single-battery 3V flashlight.
     
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