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Available EoS Models 6/16/17

Silent Thunder Ordnance

Our Eye of Sekhmet lights are made to order. Occasionally though we'll have some lights available. Aside from custom engraving, they're available for purchase immediately. We strive to update these lists as lights are sold, however we can't guarantee they will be up to date. Please contact us if you see a light you would like to order. For more information on on specs and performance figures, please visit the EoS Product Page.  For more information on how we acquire our performance numbers visit our Test Protocols Page

Knotted red oak w/ blue glow element over Al, Lumen - 215$ - SOLD
We love turning what others would consider a flaw into a feature, it is a staple of our one-offs. In this instance we had a knot, surrounded by beautiful grain, but with a gaping hole in the center. We filled it with SrAl, doped blue, and built the rest of the light around it. The aluminum backer cuts the weight in half compared to a copper light, while a durable varnish finish protects it. The result is a very attractive and functional light, with just a special little element. - 171Kcd

 Eye of Sekhmet knotted red oak w/ blue glow element over Al, Kershaw laminated junkyard dog 

Eye of Sekhmet knotted red oak w/ blue glow element over Al, Kershaw laminated junkyard dog 

Figured bubinga over Cu, Lumen - 447$ - SOLD
Sometimes lumber is sold in lots, that is to say several boards bundled together. We bought a lot of multiple large boards JUST for this single piece of figured bubinga to become this light. Whereas our other one-offs listed here celebrate a "flaw," this light is a celebration of the pure beauty of figured wood. While pictures capture the rich color, they miss that "life" in the wood, an almost indescribable internal iridescence which is one of the most beautiful phenomena of woodworking. As a further celebration of the wood, we finished this light in tung oil, citrus oil, and beeswax, a process which takes over a month to complete, but significantly enhances the life in it while maintaining that unique texture. We love the results of this finishing process, but it just isn't practical in a production environment. - 170Kcd

 Eye of Sekhmet figured bubinga over copper, Benchmade model 42

Eye of Sekhmet figured bubinga over copper, Benchmade model 42