(Topic ID: 66701)

Choosing LED's

By NickRocco

6 years ago

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  • Latest reply 5 years ago by NextoPin
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#13 6 years ago

Hi guys...

Just a small update at cometpinball. We have close to 200,000 bulbs in export now, so we will have almost all out of stock items coming in, next week, baring customs messing up.

New in the line, and there will be separate posts, we have secured selling, the Super Flux, no Ghosting, No Flicker, Reduced Strobing line. They will be at substantial savings. Marketed under the Ultimate Optix brand.
We are testing our Optix Maximus (Op-Max)..the finest GI Bulb, over 300 degrees, and will be also posting with pictures.
But wait, there is more...4/4 stacked 8 SMD, 6 SMD fan, new color changing bulbs not seen, LED Bumper rings in test. Our retros will be in AND in frosted..these are unique to us. 8mm domed bullets are also new to the market place... and much much more...including a special sale in 2 weeks!!

Regarding Flat top, concave, and convex. These apply to single LEDs, Single LEDs, are fine for some older games, there are pictures up of an Alien Star done in all Flats, for about $30 for the whole game, but not all games will work this way. Rather then worry about the concave/convex/flat debate, which is so minor in appearance, if you need
the light spread that is right for 90% of all of us, just use frosted SMD. Your safest, best bet.

You can find them with us, or James, at pinballbulbs.com, Melissa and Chris, of Course, great people at Cointaker,
or NiftyLEDs, and Pinball Life and Marcos...and others...all great suppliers.

if you want the best, the SuperFlux is now the leader, and those are available at pinballcenter.eu, pinballdecals.com, and at cometpinball.com in 2 weeks.

You cant go wrong any way you go, simply think of it as LEDs, intro low cost, lower light, good for EMs and older games, small inserts.

1SMD, 2 SMD 4 SMD, all for the middle range, the most common, the most affordable, looks great! (Our 2 SMD and 4 SMD are the same price as a single)

Our top of the line with Superflux....

Pretty easy...Good Luck!


#17 6 years ago

Amen...yellows are simply all over the place...the best ones are frosted SMDs, and we have hand separated into "shades" hard to get yellows as a color to work right,,,,

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