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Postby sparerib » 02 May 2018, 10:08

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A birthday present I hope never to use !

Finally get to chuck out the 4 year out of date pyro flares :roll:
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby chris moody » 02 May 2018, 14:57

Looks great.
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby sparerib » 02 May 2018, 16:52

It’s bloody bright ! Flashes to resemble a flickering flame, then flashes SOS and repeats.
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby rogerblack » 02 May 2018, 19:41

Nice one!

Got my birthday coming up in a couple of weeks so that's definitely going on the hint list!
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby Martin » 03 May 2018, 06:31

Cracking job Ross :thumbsup
I dont understand people buying pyro flares these days, Those LED flares do the job superbly.
No more storage or disposal issues, lasts for years and emits for a hell of a lot longer.
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby Steve » 03 May 2018, 15:26

Cracking Birthday candle! Handy for going to a rave too...

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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby chris moody » 03 May 2018, 20:29

Just need the MCA to approve them for use on commercial coded boats now.

Martin wrote:Cracking job Ross :thumbsup
I dont understand people buying pyro flares these days, Those LED flares do the job superbly.
No more storage or disposal issues, lasts for years and emits for a hell of a lot longer.
Jobby job :clappy
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby Martin » 04 May 2018, 08:52

chris moody wrote:Just need the MCA to approve them for use on commercial coded boats now.

Martin wrote:Cracking job Ross :thumbsup
I dont understand people buying pyro flares these days, Those LED flares do the job superbly.
No more storage or disposal issues, lasts for years and emits for a hell of a lot longer.
Jobby job :clappy

Yeh, that’d really shake the pot..
I wonder how many commercial types would swap over then.. interesting :LMT
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Re: Odeo LED flare

Postby chris moody » 05 May 2018, 19:28

I would not use Pyros if the MCA approved LED flares.
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