For Sale 12W LED Canister Light made by 350Xfire on the board
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12W LED Canister Light made by 350Xfire on the board
For Sale is a 12W LED Canister Light made by 350Xfire on the board. All of the information can be found here. It has the red anodized head and black canister. It has been barely used purchased in Febuary. There are a few scuffs around the light head. It has never been dropped and has no issues. Comes with the charger aswell. Selling because hardly use it and want to fund a new camera.
$325 shipped to CA. Girlfriend paid for GUE course as a birthday gift, but I have no light and very little cash is the truth of it. Would appreciate if it works out to be a win/win since you have no more use for the light. I'm not familiar with the manufacturer. Is there a warranty on the light?
You can probably borrow/rent a primary from the instructor. It's also not a required piece of equipment for fundies, but just saying, you might want to ask about borrowing a light for the course if you don't end up purchasing one.
however required or not, if you are training GUE, chance are you plan on doing some diving that youll need the light in the long run ... and my understanding of these particular lights is 100% positive .... and good luck with class.... enjoy
I have one of 350Xfire's lights I got on the board. It is amazing. I purchased it for the extra burn-time, it's a LED so it uses a lot less power and is tougher than a regular HID bulb. They are very well built and so far I have not had a bit of problems with it.