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Old 01-23-2013, 04:05 AM   #3016
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Good quality for the pricepoint, and very good light output. They are small, but nicely plated, and mount easily. Even the wires coming out of them is good quality.

I'll let you know as I get more miles on them, but so far they are great!

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Old 01-23-2013, 06:14 PM   #3017
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How about a sneak peek at these bad boys huh?
Here ya go. Availabe NOW at www.ADVmonster.com

Model 61, single XML T6 LED $40


Model 62, two XML T6 LEDs


Model 64, Beam Me Up
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:53 PM   #3018
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Model 64, Beam Me Up
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Do you have any mounting point details?
How does this light compare in size to the model 60 (side by side comparison)?
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:49 AM   #3019
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Sanjoh,

the picture of "tree in spotlight" also shows lots of lightning in the area just in front of the bike/setup. Understanding the new models are spot lights I guess this "front lightning" is from another source. Could you explain which ones these are?

To help understand my question please note that I was hoping for a 3600lmn spot but similar in size as the 60 (and other) models. If you have a another picture of "a 60 and the same setup with tree" that would be a nice way to guestimate the difference in light output. Now if that other source would be "only a single 60" we have a fine way to compare

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Old 01-24-2013, 12:58 AM   #3020
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Model 64, Beam Me Up
Do you have any mounting point details?
How does this light compare in size to the model 60 (side by side comparison)?[/QUOTE]

More pics & dimensions are on his website.
The new lights look great John, but the 44's with a dimmer suit my need better, order placed.
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Old 01-24-2013, 04:36 AM   #3021
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Model 64, Beam Me Up
Do you have any mounting point details?
How does this light compare in size to the model 60 (side by side comparison)?
The Model 60 is roughly half the size of the M64.

The M64 mounts using a single M8 bolt (included) on pivoting bracket. Here is a picture of the mount.


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the picture of "tree in spotlight" also shows lots of lightning in the area just in front of the bike/setup. Understanding the new models are spot lights I guess this "front lightning" is from another source. Could you explain which ones these are?
No front lighting or addtional lighting. The lights have no cutoff. If you look closely at the picture, those are stars in the sky! This is a long exposure (~5 sec) picture to capture all the light output (and it still does not do it justice).

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To help understand my question please note that I was hoping for a 3600lmn spot but similar in size as the 60 (and other) models. If you have a another picture of "a 60 and the same setup with tree" that would be a nice way to guestimate the difference in light output. Now if that other source would be "only a single 60" we have a fine way to compare
With current led technology a 3600lm spot in the size (55mm diameter) of a model 60 is not possible. Here is the same shot of a model 60.


M64

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More pics & dimensions are on his website.
The new lights look great John, but the 44's with a dimmer suit my need better, order placed.
Thanks for your business Bob.
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Old 01-24-2013, 05:38 AM   #3022
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New models

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Here ya go. Availabe NOW at www.ADVmonster.com]
HA !
That's what I call perfect timing on my side !
Oh well... The lights arrived in customs yesterday, hope to receive them soon...
I'll let ya now how it goes!
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Old 01-24-2013, 05:53 AM   #3023
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The single is only 2" x 2" square overall size? So reflector is 1.5 - 1.75" diameter, somewhere in there? That's a perfect size for aux. light IMO.

Those look really, REALLY good, sanjoh!! Then I see $40 for a single unit and my cheap ass almost has a heart attack!!
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:14 AM   #3024
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The single is only 2" x 2" square overall size?
2" (50mm) square frontal area, length: 3" (79mm), 3" (76mm) from mount to top of light.

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So reflector is 1.5 - 1.75" diameter, somewhere in there?
1.6" or 41mm

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Those look really, REALLY good, sanjoh!!
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:34 AM   #3025
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[QUOTE=sanjoh;20563007]The Model 60 is roughly half the size of the M64.
The M64 mounts using a single M8 bolt (included) on pivoting bracket. Here is a picture of the mount.


Thank you. I was looking for a side by side picture, both the model 60 and 64 from the front.
Mount seems substantial, the U-bracket is very compact, I guess you can still swivel the light up and down, curious to see more pictures of the light mounted to bikes.
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:37 AM   #3026
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Well I just ordered 2 of the M61's and 2 waterproof connectors. Also just noticed these only pull .6 amps!! Great for me because my trail tech stator puts out only about 110W max. I prefer a H4 headlight for my main light so 60W is gone right away minimum. But,,,, now I can run 2 of these and a 70/65 osram bulb. Perfect!! I really dig the bigger reflector and the fact they are still very small. Can't wait,,, I love new toys!!!

I'll post pics as soon as I can but we are elbow deep in snow now so it'll probably be a while.

Sanjoh, is the model 30 beam approx 15 degrees as well?
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:42 AM   #3027
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Thank you. I was looking for a side by side picture, both the model 60 and 64 from the front.
Let me get a pic. The M64 is much larger and heavier than a M60, due in part to cast aluminum housing on the M64 and the depth of the reflector.

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Mount seems substantial, the U-bracket is very compact, I guess you can still swivel the light up and down, curious to see more pictures of the light mounted to bikes.
The light will swivel up down on the mount bracket. It will swivel up to 90degrees to mount on a vertical surface.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:43 AM   #3028
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Well I just ordered 2 of the M61's and 2 waterproof connectors. Also just noticed these only pull .6 amps!! Great for me because my trail tech stator puts out only about 110W max. I prefer a H4 headlight for my main light so 60W is gone right away minimum. But,,,, now I can run 2 of these and a 70/65 osram bulb. Perfect!! I really dig the bigger reflector and the fact they are still very small. Can't wait,,, I love new toys!!!
Thanks for your business.

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Sanjoh, is the model 30 beam approx 15 degrees as well?
Yes
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:57 AM   #3029
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Is there a way to get a static camera shot that shows every light you offer? You did it with the new ones 61, 62, 64 but the 30, 44, 60 have no comparison.

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Old 01-24-2013, 12:28 PM   #3030
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Is there a way to get a static camera shot that shows every light you offer? You did it with the new ones 61, 62, 64 but the 30, 44, 60 have no comparison.

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The 30, 44 and 60 all use the same housing and mount system, the internals are the only difference.
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