AA Titanium Nichia Flashlight by Maratac ™ REV 1
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New Nichia 219 Emitter - True Color - Natural Light
Rev 1 Features :
- Glow in the dark diffuser
- Nichia 219 with a life span up to 50,000 hours. ( Newest & Brightest Emitter )
- Glow in the Dark front o-ring around reflector
- Stronger Clip
- Deep Orange Peel Reflector ( tighter, brighter beam )
- Comes with Silicon Diffuser
- Slightly larger keychain hook for larger cordage
- Length: 2.99"
- Diameter: .70"
- Weight - 26.2 grams with clip
- LED Type: Nichia 219 - True Color with a life span up to 50,000 hours. Newest & Brightest Emitter
- The reflector is aluminum alloy.
- Flashlight body is made of solid billet Titanium Grade 5.
- The lens has been treated with an AR (Anti-Reflective) coating.
- Its proprietary circuit design features reverse polarity protection and runs off of one AA battery that provides 3 levels of brightness ( Low / Medium / High ).
Using A Single Duracell AA battery we got the following results:
- Low Mode, 5 lumen output for 12 Hours
- Medium Mode, 45 lumen output for 4.5 Hours
- High Mode, 205 lumen output for 75 Minutes
A Note From The Legal Department: We do not recommend the use of 14500 Rechargeable batteries with this flashlight unless its an Eneloop Cell. It is designed to use off the shelf alkaline, lithium, NiMH or Nicad AA batteries. We do not recommend use of higher voltage batteries. Any attempt to modify these lights will void the warranty. We know when you try to remove the Pill.
I have many brands of high end flashlights. But for my edc I and my go to light I use the ones from countycom.
Got them in and promptly started evaluation including immersing in water for short periods, length of burn time and light output.
Especially like the weight of the units, heck the battery weights more than the light,.
We dropped one while it was turned on, onto a concrete surface and it continued to function, after drops from three, four and five feet.
Made in the United States of America, it gets my highest vote. Well worth the selling price.
This is a great light. Thie model I recieved is a L-m-h. I collect flashlights and for a mass produced light, it is very well made and machined.
I must admit I've waited sometime for this flashlight to be made and it's everything I hoped for. Lightweight,bright lumens and the new emitter is great. Makes it easy on the eyes when reading by flashlight
This is a great EDC flashlight - compact, lightweight, and bright. Add one of the red diffusers on top and it'll not only give you a light to use at night and retain your night vision, but it'll also protect the light while it's in your pocket. Definitely pick this one up if you need an EDC light.
This is my second Maratac twisting flashlight and I've been satisfied with both. The AA Ti is a great size for EDC and plenty bright for those situations you'll find yourself in during the day where you need a little more light. The clip is more springy than I would have liked but it is removable and I haven't bent or broken it, so it is holding up well.
Works great feels great love the size but seems to have same led as AAA. Not as bright as I thought it would be.
Perfect flashlight to carry everywhere, lives in my EDC pouch on my belt. Like the user interface, flexible but not complicated for just pulling out of the pouch and using.
AA Titanium Nichia Flashlight by Maratac ™ REV 1
The Maratac AA Ti Nichia light has become my EDC for nighttime walks. I almost always have a light with me. Even sleeping there's a small light (which starts with Firefly mode) next to the bed. For late night and early morning walks I've been carrying a 1x18650 (Li-ion) flashlight (800'ish lumen) and a Maratac 1xAAA copper light, but now I've switched to the Maratac AA Ti light for lower output requirements. It has a little more at the high end which means the 18650 light stays in my pocket; and it's just a tad lighter (26.2 gr vs 27 gr for copper AAA). AND, the Ti AA initializes in low mode which is my preference. That Copper AAA light is my daytime EDC -- fewer issues of it messing up my night adjusted eyes when it turns on in medium (40 lumen), in fact that initial output level is useful reaching into the shadows when my eyes are day adjusted. Win-Win.
My first in the AA family but I love it as much as the AAA's. Same great quality and feel just a little larger. Works very well with the red diffuser cap.
Really liking this light. Very high quality. The Nichia LED is growing on me. I like the whiter light better in general but this one does really show the true colors of things. Hope this light is offered with the bright white Cree LED in the future. Would love to own a TI and a brass in the Cree version.
For all the Maratac flashlights I have purchased, this one is by far the best among all; the emitter produces true color spectrum unlike its predecessors which only produce unnatural white lights, the true color LED emitter better presents real colors of the objects in the dark. The titanium body makes this flashlight more durable and lightweight to carry, in my opinion this is a perfect EDC flashlight based on every aspect, I will recommend this to everyone who is interested in EDC or disaster readiness.
A nice titanium's flashlight.
Strong but light weight for carrying every day.
Small but very Bright with True Color light by a normal AA battery. (Don't use 14500)
I loved it.
Awesome compact light. Machined very well. Worth it to have in your bag.
Light weight I like the warmer beam. As always county comm had fast reliable shipping . And at a good price. This is my 3rd Maratac flashlightt!
Love the flashlight! Only request would be a tail-cap button for ease of use (rather than a twist). Otherwise, the build quality is rock solid and the titanium is freakishly light.
I own several of the 3A ti flashlights and they're well made, reliable and reasonably priced. Same with the 2A ti flashlight. Great product!
The nichia led is warmer and the low-med-high switching makes more sense. The finish on the titanium is excellent.
A Titanium AA flashlight! I gave it five stars because it's awesome. Though there is some subjective room for improvement.
LED: The color is nice, though doesn't 'look' as bright.
The order of low-med-hi for the modes is awesome and makes way more sense. The old med-low-hi always started too bright.
I'd rather have lower lumens on the low output and longer run time.
The pocket clip for such an amazing light always seems a little underwhelming. Better suited to the cheaper aluminum lights. a Titanium clip would really round out this light nicely.
Love the nichia led and hope to see this for all lights going forward! I prefer the MLH sequence for my lights, especially AA. Other than that it's a great little light, bright, and has a nice tint as well.
Got this a week ago finally after a fiasko that was not cc fault. Anyway the color of light is nice but it claims 205 lumens and it really doesnt seem any brighter than the AAA version with white lightt in the low 100 lumen mark. Maybe its just the tint and need to get use to it. Time will tell but the light itself is as everything from these guys amazing quality and small.
I really like this light. While the tint is a bit warmer than the neutral white I prefer, it's a pleasant and easy to look at when your eyes are dilated. One thing I would prefer is a lower low. Medium and high or good output levels, but low could be much lower; something closer to 1 lumen or maybe even a Moonlight mode.
That said, every light is a compromise in size, weight, output and runtime, among other attributes and this light hits enough of them right that it gets 5 stars.