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
The light is great. I give it 5 stars. However, the machining is rougher compared to my copper maratac AAA. Specifically the knurling and the screw threads are noticeably rough. It's acceptable to me because titanium is much harder to machine than copper.
Daniel Poirier(Saint-Jerome, CA)
Best flashlight, real titanium
Been using that flashlight for over a year as I work in aeronautical quality. It's always on me and gets much use. I love it, just got to clean the threads and contact area in the head from time to time. I also have the 2xAAA tactical for home use, it's also top notch.
Bill Z(Pittsburgh, US)
Good Little Flashlight
For it's size it proforma.
Douglas Frickey(Schriever, US)
AAA Titanium Flashlight
Fantastic flashlight. I really like the mode spacing, which makes the light very functional. The only thing that i wish could be improved is the "gritty" feeling of the threads. I lubricated it with "Super Lube" which helped. I have several titanium flashlights from Fenix, Foursevens, and Thrunite, that I don't have that problem with. But still a great light.
I have the aluminum version of this flashlight and love it. I bought the titanium version thinking that it would be lighter weight than the aluminum version. Honk! Titanium is quite a bit denser than aluminum so this light weighs more than my aluminum version so I’ll keep the aluminum one on my keychain. I didn’t know that. Anyway the titanium light is nice as are all CC products and has more lumens than the aluminum version that I have. The titanium version also won’t show the wear that my aluminum one does as its black anodizing has worn off in places.