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Title : The Jumper Wire Trick
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This trick will be very helpful for me. When reflowing leds (3volt versions) like xhp50.2 and sst40 etc- can I use the jumpers to the mcpcb board with the LED on it before soldering it back into the flashlight housing? That way I can make sure I have my orientation correct on my reflow prior to installing it back into the flashlight housing
Hey Matt, I would have a wish for a new video, maybe you like the idea:
This flashlight banggood.app.link/AqpDvtNszY is all over the internet right now, it is sold under dozens of different names with advertised lumens ranging from 1000 to 3 or tenthousand haha.
You can easily find it on amazon or nearly anywhere.
Most people in the reviews think it’s the brightest flashlight they ever owned and such they have no idea haha.
I am pretty sure this is the most sold flashlight at the market right now, and for averaging 10$ it’s a good price. But it’s everywhere under tons of different names.
I think it has like 350 lumens maybe, but I have no idea.
I would really like to see you test it and compare it to some other throwers, also ones that are much better, but mostly I would like to see you modifying it a little.
I think you could pull a lot more lumens out of it, and for 10$ this would be something many people could try at home without really risking to lose money...They are usually sold in a pack of 2, maybe you are able to take both flashlights and use parts of both to build a single better flashlight. I think there is a lot of crazy shit you could try with those flashlights, and for the price it doesn’t hurt when they brake along the way. This would be the perfect flashlight for me to get into modifying them, and I would have a lot of fun seeing you modifying them to the point they start smoking and melting. And I think many people can relate to this flashlight maybe you can get more attention to the channel when people see the flashlight on the thumbnail and recognize it...
But I think this is the perfect flashlight to try some fun stuff with it because it’s cheap, not bad and so many people buy them right now..
Thanks Matt. I had the similar issue with your 5000 Lumens emitter and had to return it. The issue, later I found out that the tail cap was not connected properly to the short spring. I should have tested with a jumper cable, which, obviously didn’t. I profusely apologize for that. The mistake was all mine. Thanks again for the simple test procedure.
sent you an email last night about an R90TS that is not charging. could you help trouble shoot? new from Neil's gadgets, the first time i plugged it in, both the red and green light flashed once simultaneously, and never came on again. the charger is putting out 19 volts. the light is still working on the charge it came with, now showing 14 volts. thanks.
Great video Matt. I was just wondering, I have 2 - 26650 klarus batteries for around a year that must have "went to sleep" cause they won't take a charge. I probably used them in my klarus g20 maybe twice. I charged them @ 1/2 amp. Now, nothing. The specs said minimum charge is 2 amp. Was that maybe too slow a charge that killed them? Anyway any tips to bring them back or should I buy 2 more? I only have a 1 amp charger but charge all my lithium ion batteries at 1/2 amp. Thanks, and enjoyed the video as always.