At which price range you would pay for a titanium AA flashlight?14500 battery compatible

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At which price range you would pay for a titanium AA flashlight?14500 battery compatible
$29.9-$34.9
58% (14 votes)
$35-$39.9
17% (4 votes)
$40-$44.9
13% (3 votes)
$45-$49.9
4% (1 vote)
$50 AND above
8% (2 votes)
Total votes: 24

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@Nitefox,

The quality, LED, LED tint, features, and UI are just as important as the titanium.

So unless we have more information, it is meaningless to give a price.

 

Best Regards,

George

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I agree completely.

Also, I have a Thrunite T10T right here by my elbow, which has a very nice UI and a pleasing neutral tint. It cost <\> $30.

I’d say that’s the benchmark.
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How is this a giveaway or contest?

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LED: XP-L NW/CW
UI: tail switch for firefly, low,high
Fine polished TC4 titanium alloy.

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With a slot for a tritium tube and a high CRI led , I’m a buyer…

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keengeorge wrote:

@Nitefox,


The quality, LED, LED tint, features, and UI are just as important as the titanium.


So unless we have more information, it is meaningless to give a price.


 


Best Regards,


George

LOL…so much for R&D Facepalm

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If you release a quality product with compelling features, then plenty of people will pay $50+ for it. For a good example see the ReyLight Ti Lan

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What about expected output on AA and 14500 respectively?

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LED: XP-L NW/CW UI: tail switch for firefly, low,high Fine polished TC4 titanium alloy.

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