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GTALuigi 06-25-09 10:12 PM

Fenix TK11 it's Amazing!
 
it's a perfect fit for the helmet, excellent 200m throw as advertised

now my set is complete

P7 front
P7 rear (red)
TK11 R2 on my helmet :thumb:

all uses the same battery type, now i can swap around the batteries without having to worry about carrying different types :)

pictures later, it's day time outside even until around 10pm ... LOL :lol: it's hard to get a good night shot to show the TK11 R2 in action

Ziemas 06-26-09 12:51 AM

Jaa, for the most part Fenix makes great lights. I've found my LD2 lights to be bombproof.

Absolute 06-26-09 05:42 AM

GTA,
Can't wait to see the pic's, when the sun goes down.
I have contemplated a Fenix, lots of good reviews on them.

Which P7 do you have for the front?
I have the red for the rear and a Aurora, single bat P7 for the front coming soon.

SlimAgainSoon 06-27-09 09:14 AM

I've been looking for a P-7 red light for the rear.

Where can you find them? Any recommendations?

BTW, I have an Aurora 2-mode. Very happy with it.

Also have two Fenix L2D lights. Excellent quality.

But ... none of the three throws red.

RepWI 06-27-09 09:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SlimAgainSoon (Post 9176727)
I've been looking for a P-7 red light for the rear.

Where can you find them? Any recommendations?

BTW, I have an Aurora 2-mode. Very happy with it.

Also have two Fenix L2D lights. Excellent quality.

But ... none of the three throws red.

Here you go: http://www.bikeforums.net/electronics-lighting-gadgets/519548-cheap-powerful-rear-light.html

socalrider 06-27-09 03:38 PM

The rear light referred too in the link is a Luxeon K2, not a P7.. A P7 rear light would be serious overkill.. Consider the K2 luxeon is a 3 watt LED and some of the brighter taillights on the market like the superflash are just 1/2 watt luxeons..

Back to the TK11, I bought one last July, prior to the R2 version.. This is a serious thrower and just super runtime.. I have gotten over 3 hours on Turbo mode with the new Ultrafire 3000 batteries.. I thought is was a little big for a helmet light but coupled with a P7 on the handlebars, it compliments the P7 just great.. Use your P7 as your primary light and the TK11 aimed a little further down the road makes for a great combo.. I prefer the SB L-Mini for a helmet light, one of the smaller 18650 lights on the market and now uses an R2 emitter..

http://www.shiningbeam.com/servlet/t...iniI-II/Detail


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