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    Default Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    If i have bought a FourSevens Mini ML how can i determine if it is a XPG or an XPG2 edition?

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    should have been stated from where you bought it

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    thanks but let me rephrase, without the packaging, just by looking at the flashlight how can it be determined whether it is using an xpg led or xpg2 led

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    XP-G2 emitter will look like this:

    Last edited by moshow9; 09-15-2012 at 08:09 PM.
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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    Quote Originally Posted by moshow9 View Post
    XP-G2 emitter will look like this:
    As opposed to the xpg1 which looks like this?It is very difficult to determine which LED it is just by looking at it

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    the outside color is a giveaway. XPG2, as far as preon1/2 goes, has a silver base as pictured vs. the green base

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    Quote Originally Posted by ikeyballz View Post
    the outside color is a giveaway. XPG2, as far as preon1/2 goes, has a silver base as pictured vs. the green base
    Hey do you have any comparison pics?

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    Default Re: Mini ML XPG vs XPG2

    the square out of the silicon head of the led, in xpg it is green in the xp-g2 it is grey, it is very easy to determine!

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