FS:(7) White Lightning Ultra's - newly refurbished!

TheoTNTheoTN Big grinsPosts: 11Registered Users Big grins
edited December 5, 2007 in The Kitchen Sink
[FONT=Geneva, Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Hello fellow Dgrin'ers,

I recently purchased bunch of White Lightning Ultra's from a studio that was closing. Seven (out of 12) of them needed to be sent in for service. They have been completely refurbished and carry a 6 month warranty on the repairs. I will include the service slip with the purchase for warranty purposes. These lights are close to new. They all have the updated banana clip heads. [/FONT]
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All lights include brand new:

- Flash tubes
- 7 inch reflectors
- Mounting hardware
- 6ft a/c power cords

I am selling:

(2) Ultra 1800's - $335 each
(3) Ultra 1200's - $285 each (all 3 are sold!)
(2) Ultra 600's - $250 each (sold)

Each light will ship with:

1. White Lightning Ultra unit - refurbished

2. Flash tube - new[/FONT]
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3. Shipping Cap - new

4. 7-inch reflector - new

5. AC Power Cord - new

I'll eat the paypal fees and take care of shipping.

All lights will ship with 24 hours of payment.

Thanks in advance for your consideration,

Ted
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Comments

  • ElmakiasElmakias Big grins Posts: 28Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 24, 2007
    how do these compare to alien bees?
    i know they are the same company correct?
  • TheoTNTheoTN Big grins Posts: 11Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 24, 2007
    White Lightning is the premium brand that Paul C. Buff sells. I own both and I like both. I prefer White Lightning. White Lightning carries a 5 year warranty when new, Alien Bees carry a 2 year warranty. I think that says it all right there.

    Alien Bees are hard plastic. Which makes them light, but aren't designed to survive a fall from a 13 foot light stand.

    I am a wedding photographer and have had my light tipped over more than once during formal setups. I have never lost a light. That's my testimony.

    However, when I'm traveling light in wide open spaces are use my Alien Bees.
  • TheoTNTheoTN Big grins Posts: 11Registered Users Big grins
    edited November 28, 2007
    The Ultra 1800's are still available.

    Thanks for looking.
  • rwellsrwells Let the shootin' begin... Posts: 6,084Registered Users Major grins
    edited December 5, 2007
    TheoTN wrote:
    The Ultra 1800's are still available.

    Thanks for looking.

    I'll take the 1800's (2)



    Sent you a PM
    Randy
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