Airola Ti

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Airola Ti

I found this http://www.intl-outdoor.com/airola-titanium-collection-version-v2-p-240.html


Features:

*Material: TC4 Titanium Alloy

*Permanent anti-acid corrosion resistance 

*50% lighter than steel and just as strong

*Bulb: 1 x CREE XP-G R5 LED

*Power supply( NOT included ): 1 x 18650 Li-ion battery

*Modes: High-Low-Strobe

*Output on High: 280 lumens

*Output on Low: 50 lumens

*Fully customizable: 1%-100% brightness customization

                               Custom strobe frequency  

*Lens: Sapphire

*Switch: Tail reverse switch

*Waterproof

*Dimension(mm):100(length) x 22(body) x 22(head)

*Weight: 47grams(without battery)

*Package: Black gift box


Price $139,95


Enjoy the pictures


http://www.intl-outdoor.com/airola-titanium-collection-version-v2-p-240.html

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Was sort of interested at one stage, still not 100% on the aesthetics of the torch (too busy for my liking), but apparently this is one pretty compact torch with a decently throwy beam for its size.

Fully programmable driver too. About the same price as a V10R Ti though...

 

*quoting a post on another forum*

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How to do it is no so complicated:

- Power ON the light and quickly half press 10 times the switch

- The light starts to blink slowly, meaning you are now in programmable mode

- To reset the light in order to restore the factory mode (only low and high levels), at any time into programmable mode, quickly half press 5 times the switch. voila !

- To program the light, first you must chose how many levels you want. If you want single level, half press the light just after the first blink of the programmable mode. The light starts to ramp up slowly. Half press again to setup the level. that's it ! (remark, the light flash when arrived at max brightness)

- To setup 2 levels, when in programmable mode, half press after 2 blinks, then the light starts to ramp up slowly, one half press to chose first level, the light starts again to ramp up slowly from min brightness, half press again to setup the 2nd level.

- To setup 3, 4 and 5 levels, repeat the ramp mode as many times as your number of levels.

- Finally, if you half press when the lamp flash, you setup a strobe mode.


I don't really see a big reason to get all too excited about this light... Its got a great driver, but nothing else really stands out as being ultra awesome for $130. Somehow a V10R still appeals more for this kind of moolah... for me anyway.

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I find it very good looking.  

 

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Very "budget" one Laughing... $140.

But it seems like world's shortest 18650 flashlight (10cm long).

A luminous line on the button is phosphoric? 

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sturr wrote:

A luminous line on the button is phosphoric? 

Looks like tritium.

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sturr wrote:

Very "budget" one Laughing... $140.

But it seems like world's shortest 18650 flashlight (10cm long).

A luminous line on the button is phosphoric? 

Well it's titanium, strong and it can't corrode. Laughing

Anyway, that on the "button" is a tritium vial.

I like it better than the V10R.

 

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sturr wrote:

 

A luminous line on the button is phosphoric? 

I think it's Tritium Wink

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thommy wrote:

sturr wrote:

 

A luminous line on the button is phosphoric? 

I think it's Tritium Wink

No, it's not, it's tritium Flat Stare

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sturr wrote:

Very "budget" one Laughing... $140.

lol :bigsmile: Group buy? With 90% off :bigsmile:

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SashiX wrote:

lol :bigsmile: Group buy? With 90% off :bigsmile:

I also thought about this (or rather dreamed a second) Embarassed ... at least for half  of the price. Laughing

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More pics on Taobao!

 

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=9794748369&

 

Mewants one....

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I seem to think the Sunwayman lights look better than this titanium finish and design. Wayyyy too much $$ for me. 

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Am I the only one that thinks of titanium nipples each time I scroll past this thread on the home page?

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Or we could add tritium to the V10R too...

 

And yes, there have been whole threads on the origin of the name for this flashlight, somewhat like fandyfire...

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