• STOP USING PAYPAL FRIENDS & FAMILY
    Please, help us prevent you getting ripped off because someone got their account compromised by reusing their email & password. Read the new best practices for using the Exchange FAQ page.

>>BF Sale for Members- Thanks, Spark<<

Tim Flanagan

Moderator - Auto Forum
Moderator
Joined
Oct 2, 1998
Messages
573
[ Posted here with the permission of Spark.- Thank you Spark. ]

Come early August, we're changing locale a bit, so to aid in cleaning out and moving some product, and to give you all a heckuva nice deal (great for your Y2k emergency packs!), it's about time for a nice ol' SALE.

The following special will run from July 1 until July 31, 1999. Due to other time commitments and the fact that this isn't my full-time job (although the hours seem to match), shipments will be sent out only on Monday's (i.e. July 6 (Holiday closing), 12, 19, 26 and Aug 1) via USPS. Shipping is FREE in the US (foreign orders, please inquire for shipping costs).

On to the sale:
All Photon2 MicroLights® are keyrings but include a free lanyard as well as one change of free lithium batteries:

Color----------------Sale Price
  • White...(incl. 2 CR2016)..........$20
  • Blue....(incl. 2 CR2016)..........$20
  • Green...(incl. 2 CR2016)..........$20
  • Turquoise..(incl. 2 CR2016).......$20
  • Yellow..(incl. 1 CR2032)..........$17
  • Orange..(incl. 1 CR2032)..........$17
  • Red ....(incl. 1 CR2032)..........$17

The Extreme (180°, 360°) line of Krills® are also on sale- just $25 each, rather than the usual $30. However, delivery has been a little dicey of late, now that NASA is testing them, NATO countries are ordering large numbers as well as the US Military (good stories I can't tell you!
smile.gif
)- but they now have a NSN. These little lights are designed to replace your old Cyalume® glow-sticks that die and get thrown away. These run on 2 AA batteries and will last for 50 hours before you need to replace them- they have a rotary ON/OFF switch so when you're done using them, you can shut it off, unlike the Cyalume® versions. Water resistant to 150 feet (tested depth, but are designed for 500'+ of pressure). Made of super-tough polycarbonate, they are built to last. Available in 6 colors, six- count 'em! Green (the brightest), Blue, White, Yellow, Orange and Red, in order of brightest to least (which isn't dim by any means). Also, available as a 180° version that has Velcro® on the other side so you can attach it to things- like your motorcycle gas tank, fender, bike, scuba tank (great markers!), dog, child, (don't use Velcro on your pets or children, please
smile.gif
) etc. Incidentally, the 180° version is brighter than it's 360° counterpart for all colors, with the Green Extreme 180° being the brightest. You can clearly see any of these from a block away in the dark. Fishermen have reported greater catches with these tied near the bait (used as a sinker). The normal Krill® that burn for 120 hours at a lower light output can be had for $23, rather than the usual $25, but for the difference in battery life v. light output, the Extreme version seems to win out. Quantity and availability is unknown at present due to the aforementioned reasons. Sale will continue or you may place a backorder and the sale price will be honored. Free shipping is included with the Krills® as well as the Photons®.

--------
Ordering Info:
At present we do not accept credit cards. Money orders preferred, personal checks are accepted but will have a 5-day hold. Foreign orders: Money Order only, drawn in US funds, on a US Bank. MO/checks to be made out as follows:

Nor'east Knives
135 Hunts Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02861

For questions or further information, please email at:
noreastknives@bigfoot.com


------------------
--
Regards,
Tim
Nor'east Knives

There are two rules for ultimate success in life.
Never tell everything you know.
 
Are the Krill batteries replaceable? Are they ordinary alkaline or an advanced (more expensive) battery type?
 
Yes, the Krils run on two replaceable, ordinary 1.5v Alkaline AA batteries. They respond real well to lithium AA's as well- unfortunatly, the lithium AA's are not what you'd call cheap- usually around $8 for 2 in these parts. I haven't tried recharagebles - yet. The Krill needs at least 1.3v to operate, and "most" of the rechargeables come in somewhere about 1.2v. Hope this helps.

------------------
--
Regards,
Tim
Nor'east Knives

There are two rules for ultimate success in life.
Never tell everything you know.
 
Back
Top