Up for sale is some stuff that I don't have much use for. It's sitting around doing nothing and just plain taking up space.
Here are seven single AA to D adapers. I'd rather sell them by the bag as they are pictured, but am willing to split them up. I'm asking $1 per adapter plus shipping.
Next up and lastly, are two three cell magLED drop-in modules. As with the four cell, I'm asking $10 each plus shipping.
I'll ship by USPS priority or first class mail at the buyerís discretion. I accept money orders as well as paypal, but paypal is preferred. If there are any questions, please don't hesitate to post or PM them. Thanks for looking.
Lastly are two silver 2D rebel maglites. These are the newer ones that were just released. I have removed the new reflectors that were in them and replaced them with a standard maglite reflector. For the reflectors to reach the LED, I've had to modify the switches in each. I've taken a piece of 3/4 PVC pipe and dremeled the insides so that it fits the cam shaft of the switch. I've had to cut a portion of the cam shaft off the switches and mount them on the inside of a piece of PVC pipe. I've extended the springs so that they are long enough to reach the LED/driver module. Both light work great, but the LEDs are not quite centered in the reflector. Iíve replaced the clear plastic lens in both lights with my last two UCL lenses with the light defusing film. I warn you, the modifications I've done don't look pretty, but I only intended to get these lights up and working with the standard maglite reflectors I put in them. They do work and they work fine and each has a nice warm tint. I'll also be including the clear plastic lens that came in each when they were purchased. I'm selling each of these lights for $13 + s/h. Both SOLD
One thing I'm willing to do is sell the LED/driver module by themselves. These are the modules that you see in the LED version of the minimags. I've tried one in my 3AA and it works fine. The only problems that I've encountered are that the black plastic piece that fixes the LED/driver module wonít go all the way down the module because the donít have as long flat side like the luxeon III modules. I feel shortening the little plastic holder will fix this. You will also have to sand a small portion of the bottom of your minimagís reflector so that you will get the best focus.
Something else I can do is cut down the switch if you're looking at starting a build for yourself. I'll also add solder to the two connections on the switch if you want. The price for this is the same, $13 + s/h.
Here is an Elektrolumens MT-III 3D maglite drop-in. Here's the product page. This is a reflector/bulb replacement. I've been running it in a 2D maglite with 3 AA cells since I purchased it early last year. I spent just over $100 for it then. I'm asking $75, butl lower offers are welcome. SOLD
Up first are the batteries. All batteries have been stored for about a year without charging. None even have even an hour of use on them.
4x 2700mAh Sony AA NiMH $1.75 + s/h SOLD
4x 2500mAh Energizer AA NiMH $1.50 + s/h SOLD
4x 2300mAh iPowerUS AA NiMH $1.25 + s/h SOLD
2x 1700mAh Energizer AA NiMH $.50 + s/h SOLD
Next up are the reflectors. The one of the left is a fivemega MOP with removable cam and 12.7mm bulb opening. It has very fine scratches from incorrect cleaning. Asking $8 + s/h. The one of the right is a brand new modamag M2 SMO with no cam and a .625" bulb opening. Iím asking $8 + s/h for it as well. BOTH SOLD
Next up is a single maglite drop-in. It's the official maglite drop-in for 4 cell lights that uses a luxeon III. Asking $5 + s/h. SOLD