The Maratac™ AAA Flashlight was so popular, we had it made in 6AL4V grade Grade 5 Titanium. The same great light, but now available in God's Metal = Titanium.
We literally had over 60k requests for Titanium AAA and the wait is over. This is our first small production run.
45% lighter than steel, highly corrosion resistant & stronger than Stainless Steel
Glow in the dark Diffuser ( New for Rev 5 )
Glow in the Dark front o-ring around reflector ( New for Rev 4 )
Each light is hand finished.
Length: 2.6" ( Smaller than Rev 1 )
Weight with battery is 27.8 grams ( 16 grams without battery )
LED Type: Cree XP-G2 S4 with a life span up to 50,000 hours. ( Newest & Brightest Emitter REV 4 )
The New Orange Peel Reflector is polished aluminum alloy.
The lens has been treated with an AR (anti-reflective) coating.
Its proprietary circuit design features reverse polarity protection and runs off of one AAA battery that provides
Now with 3 levels of brightness ( Med / Low / High ).
Comes with clip & o-rings
Machined from solid 6AL4V Titanium Grade 5
Clip installed from factory to preserve finish
New Stronger Clip
Using a single Duracell AAA battery we got the following results:
Low mode, 5 lumens output for up to 65 hours
Medium mode, 65 lumens output for up to 10 hours
High mode, 180 lumens output for up to 75 minutes
( Rev 1 model was 80 Lumens and 48 minutes) ( Rev 2 model was 115 Lumens and 60 minutes)
We do not recommend the use of 10440 rechargeable batteries with this flashlight. It is designed to use a off the shelf alkaline, lithium, NiMH or Nicad AAA 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
This is both lighter and brighter than my older stainless steel lights. It works the same way to change intensity. It has become my new primary EDC flashlight.
I love this light. I use all 3 settings every morning at work. Thanks guys.
Fantastic AAA Flashlight
I bought the exact same flashlight but in copper and carried it for years. I absolutely loved how handy it was, barely noticeable in my pocket yet it was capable of producing a bright beam. The battery seemed to last forever. As the copper grew darker, just as a penny would, I thought I’d replace it with a titanium model. I waited years for it to become available and jumped on it as soon as I saw it. It seems to be every bit of my copper plus the added durability. This will be my EDC for years into the future. Fit and finish are amazing, has that quality feel.
Huge mini flashlight
I don't know what exactly going on, but I have lost my mind with these gadgets and tools and all ”Countycomm” products, generally! Especially with this flashlight, I'm completely satisfied. I can't leave it off my hand. It's more than a mini gorgeous flashlight with an incredible light beam and multiple functions. It's my new functional, practical and useful edc fidget toy! Thank you Mike!
Awesome AAA Flashlight
I have searched far and wide across the internet for the best flashlight. There are many great options out there, but I had three qualifications:
•Uses AAA batteries (small and accessible)
•Reasonable Lumen output
The Maratac Rev 5 hits all three categories. I like AAA flash lights for EDC. I use Eneloop rechargeable AAAs. Although, I love the ability to get backup from any convenience store if it were to die on me while I’m out. I was very impressed with the runtimes for this light. It seems to have the longest of any of its competitors. The lumen output is more than enough to get the job done for such a compact, but usable light.
As far as the build quality, it is top notch. It is very light weight, but feels very well machined. Due to this being Ti, it is expected for the threads to be a bit gritty, but due to the quality machining it is minor. I put a dab of lithium grease for a smoother feel.
The only think I would love to see is the option for a Nichia led as opposed to the Cree led it comes with. I would sacrifice lumen output for higher color rendering. Hopefully this could be an option in later revision.
All in all, I am very happy with the Rev 5. It brings me joy when I use it in my EDC. I look forward to later revisions and to future purchases. I highly recommend this light.