DQG Ti-II Titainum VII XP-G2 1xAAA/10440 Smallest 210-Lumen EDC Flashlight

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DQG Ti-II Titainum VII XP-G2 1xAAA/10440 Smallest 210-Lumen EDC Flashlight
Specs:

—Using CREE XP-G2 R5 1A CW / XP-G2 R5 3B NW LED
—Material: High quality Titanium Alloy
—Switch: Head twist on/off ;
—Precise Thread;

—Two modes of brightness: Lo>Hi (starts on Low) ;Rotate head to change modes;

—Brightness: BY AA: Hi (60 Lumens/1.5hrs) Lo—2~5lumens 35hrs BY 10440: Hi (210 Lumens/1.5hrs) Lo(5 lumens) 35hrs

—Runtime: 90 mins on hi; 35 hrs on lo, with quality AAA/10440
—Using PMMA diffuse lens, Angle:15 degree
—With Luminous glow dot on the tail;Luminous O ring on the head; Easy to find in the darkness
—Battery: 1x AAA / 10440 li-ion;Anti-reverse protection; No battery rattle

—Stronger Magnet Tail
—Ashproof and waterproof
—Size:57mmx12.6mmx12mm
Weight: ONLY 9 G ; with battery 15G
Accessories: Two O rings; SS clip ; Titianum Claw ; Tin box

*UI:
Start on Low mode ; Without Memory
Using 10440, brightness will step down from 200lumens to 80lumens after 10 seconds.
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Edited by: Ric-CN on 09/11/2013 - 06:47
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coolcoolcool

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When?

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When?

1A CW and 3B NW version will be available this week..

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How much?

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What about a AA version with a clip?

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10 second turbo step down? why?

i regularly run my itp a3 eos with a 10440 and it takes at least 45-60 seconds before it gets to the point where its too hot and needs to be turn down.

this is a wonderful looking light – the 10 sec step down is a deal breaker though Sad

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That's a nice looking light there.

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I bought a AA SS version a few weeks ago, I like it a lot.
Then last week I bought the SS DQG AAA one but I don’t have it yet.
And also the S2 from the group buy.
I plan to buy this AAA titanium version as well.
Looks like I’ll be eating noodles for the next few weeks, thanks Ric Silly

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jmpaul320 wrote:
10 second turbo step down? why?

i regularly run my itp a3 eos with a 10440 and it takes at least 45-60 seconds before it gets to the point where its too hot and needs to be turn down.

this is a wonderful looking light – the 10 sec step down is a deal breaker though Sad

I actually think 10 seconds could be too long. The iTP A3 LED is mounted on a traditional MCPCB, but in the previous DQGs the LED has been mounted directly to the same PCB as the driver circuit to save space, so there is effectively no heatsink at all. This one doesn’t look to be any longer, so I would assume has the same set-up.

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Any chances for a run with 219 instead of xp-g ?

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RedForest UK wrote:
jmpaul320 wrote:
10 second turbo step down? why?

i regularly run my itp a3 eos with a 10440 and it takes at least 45-60 seconds before it gets to the point where its too hot and needs to be turn down.

this is a wonderful looking light – the 10 sec step down is a deal breaker though Sad

I actually think 10 seconds could be too long. The iTP A3 LED is mounted on a traditional MCPCB, but in the previous DQGs the LED has been mounted directly to the same PCB as the driver circuit to save space, so there is effectively no heatsink at all. This one doesn’t look to be any longer, so I would assume has the same set-up.

actually this is good to know – i stand corrected if this is the case!

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Looks great! I must get one..

I can't believe I missed versions V and VI. Need to get those to have the full product line.. WTB, now. Wink

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Does it have PWM on low?

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Nice that the styling has changed (it has borrowed some elements from the 18650 version), it looks nicer and thougher now I think Smile

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Nice titanium! What is the beam profile like?

Quote:
Using PMMA diffuse lens, Angle:15 degree

Also, which size lobster claw does it come with? Is it darker than these titanium you sell?
Mini
Medium

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Chloe wrote:
Nice titanium! What is the beam profile like?
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Using PMMA diffuse lens, Angle:15 degree

Also, which size lobster claw does it come with? Is it darker than these titanium you sell?
Mini
Medium

It coms with mini size Titainum Claw we sell.

http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=1902

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Looks great! I must get one..

I can’t believe I missed versions V and VI. Need to get those to have the full product line.. WTB, now. Wink

Hi the

I must clarify that VII means Version II, Not “the sixth”..

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kreisler wrote:

i’ll take one for 25$ groub buy.


Somebody link the group buy thread. Where is it? :bigsmile:
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Ric do you have any idea on what the opening price will be.
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Everyone is going to read “VII” as 6.
Try ver.II , v.II or at least vII


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VII is 7 (not 6) Silly

Perhaps V2.0 or something similar might be less confusing.

But either way it doesn’t bother me.

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ric – any chance of a group buy on this one?

i bet we could get 20 people if the price is right and a clip was included

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jmpaul320 wrote:
ric – any chance of a group buy on this one?

i bet we could get 20 people if the price is right and a clip was included

Sorry, we do not do group-buy for DQG product.

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10440’s – do any reputable brand manufacture these? Can only find crapfire ones on eBay.
Also – does the i4 charge these okay if you charge 1 and 3 or 2 and 4? The i4 is compatible but I’m concerned about the current going into such a small cell.

Edit: what does this mean from OP – —Runtime: 90 mins on hi; 35 hrs on lo, with quality AAA/14500?

Edit2: 10 second step down, baaaah Sad

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Sadly there are not a ton of choices when it comes to 10440, I have been using the grey Trustfire protected cells which have been good to me so far but my light doesn’t stress them too much.

I have been charging them in my i4 with no problems. I always charge them with another LARGER battery and here’s why: I want to ensure that the 10440 finishes charging hidden BEFORE the other battery on the same channel. That way it never receives full charging current. If you charge two 10440 side by side unless you are extraordinarily lucky one will finish charging before the other and one cell will receive a 700+mA charge for the remainder . which is too much.

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10440's - do any reputable brand manufacture these? Can only find crapfire ones on eBay. Also - does the i4 charge these okay if you charge 1 and 3 or 2 and 4? The i4 is compatible but I'm concerned about the current going into such a small cell. Edit: what does this mean from OP - —Runtime: 90 mins on hi; 35 hrs on lo, with quality AAA/14500? Edit2: 10 second step down, baaaah :(

Like RMM said there is not much choice. I am very fond of my Efest 10440 IMR batteries, and being IMR they can handle some more charge-abuse as well (I charge them in the i4 parallel to another charging battery). HKJ tested it quite well. They have a buttontop IMR as well (unbranded red colour), but I don't know how good they are.

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HOLY COW! its $55

i guess titanium is expensive

going to wait for a review before i take this plunge

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Man I am really on the fence about this or the SS version. Really would like a small aaa light for the keychain.

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I’ve asked Ric but he hasn’t gotten back to me. I don’t think I’d be comfortable with using an unprotected cell, so does anyone know about using protected 10440s in this light? I’m concerned there could be an issue with the extra length that the protection board adds or the flat + terminal that they all seem to have. If protected cells don’t work, what about using a LiFePO4 cell instead since they seem to be safe enough to run without protection?

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Hi

DQG Ti works with 10440 protection cell well.

And the driver itself has anti-discharge protection, So using an unprotecte 10440 is not a problem.

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