DQG SPY 10110 Titanium Alloy with Trit

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DQG SPY 10110 Titanium Alloy with Trit
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i want

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My God! Would you look at the price?SurprisedSurprised I almost bought it till I got to that.

 

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Minute, expensive and for me the deal breaker is the non-standard cell in it. Those are going to be hard to find.

 

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cannot see tritium in the tail. It is expensive. But it is Ti and tritium…

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Fun little light, no real reflector, the picture shows old style xpg Undecided, can't find a trit in the pictures. What charge current does that tiny li-ion require?

EXPENSIVE!

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Looks cool, like a chopped down version of their AAA light.

But what is 10110 cell? How does it compare to the 10180 Li-ion?

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THE_dAY wrote:
But what is 10110 cell? How does it compare to the 10180 Li-ion?
10mm diameter 11mm long instead of 10mm diameter 18mm long. It is a quarter AAA in length.

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

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I agree with all comments above. Cool little light. Nice being titanium and having a trit.
But where is the trit? Where do you get 10110 cells and how do you charge them? And yeah its a little expensive.

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Don wrote:

10mm diameter 11mm long instead of 10mm diameter 18mm long. It is a quarter AAA in length.

Thanks Don!

I just got the Quantum D2 and that 10180 is so small with so little juice.
I wonder why they didn’t just go with the 10180 rather than the even smaller 10110

Light would’ve been a bit longer but 10180 battery is readily available and familiar to most from Steve Ku’s Quantum style lights and from Peak’s lights.

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rdrfronty wrote:
I agree with all comments above. Cool little light. Nice being titanium and having a trit. But where is the trit? Where do you get 10110 cells and how do you charge them? And yeah its a little expensive.

+1 but more than just little expensive for me :bigsmile:

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Oh, I didn’t see it includes the cell. But I would want a spare. And still not sure about charging.

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LOL

I consider this a real key chain light.
But I’ve never heard of 10110 before…..

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Ya If this is confirmed to have an xp-g2, and I can see photos of the trit installed, I am interested.

It also depends how this battery can be charged.

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Don wrote:
It is a quarter AAA in length.

oh holy ***k! Oops

 

i am out.

 

 

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So tiny! And Ti! Love it. Cannot justify it even for a second, even wanting too really badly!

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Got to be one of the cutest light I’ve seen Party

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Cute little bugger but like everyone says, where the heck would you get an extra 10110? I did a net search and no one has them. Heck, even cnqualitygoods doesn’t sell them!

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Just cut a 10440 into 4 pieces Big Smile

This is a cute little flashlight, but just too small and too expensive to be a serious rival to 16340 lights.
I bet I would loose that one pretty fast Silly

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Werden bei dir auch so kleine Pakete vom Zoll eingehalten?
Bei mir kam in den letzten 1,5 Jahren bis auf 2 Pakete alles durch – und bei den beiden fehlte jeweils der Aufkleber, was zu welchem Wert drin ist.

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Hopefully Ric will offer extra batteries with purchase. After a little research I think some of cottonpickers chargers will work fine with these little cells since he has some moderate amp ones using wire leads and magnets.
But extra batteries is a must to me. $50 is pretty expensive to begin with and I’d be pretty upset of my one and only cell died 6 months down the road and I was stuck with a $50 paper weight.
So Ric can you offer extra cells with purchase?

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Going to need a custom charger. 27mA or less charge rate. Charge it higher and you’ll be degrading the cell.

They don’t even give the 10110’s capacity. 10180 is under 90mAh so what is 10110, about 54mAh? 0.5C would be 27mA.

With 20mA low & 300mA high, I’m getting runtimes of less then 10 minutes on high, 162 minutes (2.7 hr) on low.


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rdrfronty wrote:
I agree with all comments above. Cool little light. Nice being titanium and having a trit. But where is the trit? Where do you get 10110 cells and how do you charge them? And yeah its a little expensive.

Took me a while to see it too. It’s in the last image.

The tail has two holes and two scalloped indentations. One hole (the one on the right) holds the split ring for keychains.
The other hole has the trit mounted between the hole and the center (magnet?) post.

Edit: image added to avoid word fumble. Silly

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You’d think for such an expensive light, better pictures with more details would be in order. I too could not identify the tritium marker. How about a picture of the battery and maybe some mention of the charger needed if it isn’t supplied with the light.

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kreisler wrote:

since when do you guys need more info, reviews or pictures when cnqg offers a new model?

 

is it a matter of price/size-ratio? Wink

I know you’re being facetious, but honestly… after I bought 3 of those 18650 DQG in ‘titanium’ as groomsman gifts and getting burnt by the intermittent switching and poor anodization.

I’ll still buy his stuff, but no more first (or even second) gen products unless they’ve got sparkling reviews and pics up the wazoo.

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Don’t you think it needs an MT-G2? Wink

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At least we know they are available other places.

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Great news that it uses a 10180 cell :bigsmile:

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MattSPL wrote:
Great news that it uses a 10180 cell :bigsmile:

Yeah, they’ve changed the description now to say it takes a 10180 instead of a 10110.

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Gebe wrote:
MattSPL wrote:
Great news that it uses a 10180 cell :bigsmile:

Yeah, they’ve changed the description now to say it takes a 10180 instead of a 10110.

Yeah, think I might need one now Smile

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Yes the 10180 makes a huge difference. Still a bit of an investment though buying the light, extra cell or two, and a low amp charger.
But I still want one.

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The DQG Tiny 18650 II has me totally aggravated with RIC. He sent me the wrong tint and I'm stuck with it, the pocket clip is useless (too stiff), and I can't get the thing to change modes reliably for beans -- actually it's embarrassing to show it to anyone, or to even use it in front of anyone. As a modder, I can't see much I can do with the damn thing without ruining it, and there's nothing I can do about lousy threads. All these problems were reported on the first version, so what did he fix on version II?

This light appears to be 1/2 way there the same way... I even won one of his 30% off Black Friday deals, and picking between a DQG or BTU, I saw nothing I was willing to take a chance with -- never used it. The truth is his stuff looks attractive, but doesn't quite work so well.

Why would you launch a $55 light today with a XP-G and not a XP-G2? Just doesn't seem right, something is wrong here.... I believe the designs are not well thought out, or they have a poor design process from prototyping to production, or poor hand-off and communications to production, or all of the above.

As many of you know, I've bought quite a few Shockers from him, and modded a few others, and he can't even send me a replacement LED centering piece that will fit a Shocker.... I'm very frustrated in so many ways... Buyer beware is the rule here.

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