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Derringer - Comes on in pocket|
on Sun, Dec 8th, 2002 04:00:09 UTC
I have had the Derringer come on in my pocket several times. My daughter and at least one friend have had the same problem. Have you considered a lower profile button to correct or reduce this problem? It almost might be recessed. I need 15 if you have them.
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Re: Derringer - Comes on in pocket|
on Sun, Dec 8th, 2002 06:00:01 UTC
The Pocket-Smart feature is specifically to prevent this. When we were testing pocket smart - I carried a unit around in my pocket for almost 3 months. With keys, tools and children sitting on dad's lap, yes, the light did come on several times. But, I never had to replace the batteries because of this. Indeed, a lower profile button cap may help somewhat with this. But, to-date, this is the first complaint we've had about it so overall it works pretty well. But, we'll investigate a lower profile cap. |
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