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New Nichia 219 Emitter - True Color - Natural Light
Rev 1 Features :
Using A Single Duracell AA battery we got the following results:
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.
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I am a collector of Maratac’s copper series flashlights and recently I want to try out Maratac’s flashlight made in othe materials, and it doesn’t let me down! The Titanium AA is a bit larger then AAA but still compact in hand, the finishing is good and the edges don’t cut at all. Although the twisting switch is a bit sandy but I understand it is hard to finish titanium threads. Overall Titanium AA is a good flashlight for EDC and I will always support Maratac.
I recently purchased 2 of the Titanium Nichia Flashlights. One forms part of my EDC gear and the other lives in technical my technical training kit at work. I have to check student's wiring and connections often in less than perfect lighting so to properly assess their work the ever present torch is ideal. The 3 brightness levels cover all requirements.
As the title says, this is an excellent little EDC light. Pretty much just disappears in your pocket.
The threading isn't as smooth as an aluminum or SS light, but that is to be expected with titanium. A little Balistol on the threads and it's all good,
This awesome to Hang from your packbot anywhere you may need it. The light is very light and can take a beating without damage.