E21A 2700K, 2000K back in stock.

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Ugh. It’s such a tank. Impractical for real use.

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Gunga wrote:
Ugh. It’s such a tank. Impractical for real use.

In 18350 mode, it’s actually heavier than the aluminum version.

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Still tempted. But it will be a cool paperweight for me.

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I ordered two regular D4V2 not long ago, oh well. Getting another one then!

Probably going for SST20 3000K since the others were 4000K and 5000K, and I love the warm tint.

Current lights:

Emisar D4V2 SST-20 4000K, D4V2 Ti SST-20 2700K, D4V2 Ti SST-20 4000K, D4V2 Ti XPL-Hi V3 1A, D4SV2 SST-20 3000K Noctigon KR1 OSRAM W2, K9.3 XPL-Hi V3 3A + SST-20 2700K | Fireflies PL47G2 XPL HI V3 3A, PL47G2 SST-20 4000K, E07 219B 4500K Lumintop FW1A SST-20 4000K, Tool AA 2.0 Nitecore LR12 XP-L HD V6 6500K, TUP XP-L HD V6 6500K | Sofirn C01S SST-20 4000K, SP10S LH351D 5000K, IF25/LT1-M SST-20 2700K + 6500K w/3D printed diffuser, BLF SP36 LH351D 5000K, BLF LT1 | ZebraLight SC700d XHP 70.2 5000K Hi-CRI, SC53Fc XP-L2 4000K Convoy C8+ SST-40 6500K Acebeam H30 XHP 70.2 5000K | Manker E14 III LH351D 6500K

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Looks great! I’m seriously contemplating this as my first titanium light.

On a seperate topic, regarding keeping the forum well-organized:

When there is an update to make, I’d like to suggest that instead of overwriting the first post entirely with new content when you have news like this, either start a new thread, or keep the original content in the first post, and add the new content above or below it.

The same for thread titles.

I was briefly confused how I missed the announcement of the D4V2 Ti on June 18th. I suspect some others, especially new members will be even more confused.

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D1SV2 next please Smile can’t wait oof

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Hank Wang wrote:
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Oh wow.

@Hank, would it be possible to get WW(3000k) switch LEDs?

That would ve lovely.

That’s a interesting idea, I may need to collect the interest list and arrange some customs switch board later.
Could you offer the D4V2 reflashing kit as an accessory with the flashlight for less than full price?
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iamlucky13 wrote:
When there is an update to make, I’d like to suggest that instead of overwriting the first post entirely with new content when you have news like this, either start a new thread, or keep the original content in the first post, and add the new content above or below it.

The same for thread titles.

I was briefly confused how I missed the announcement of the D4V2 Ti on June 18th. I suspect some others, especially new members will be even more confused.


Can confirm. Was confused why the date was June 18th and how the thread managed to get so many replies.
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BTW I noticed that this new titanium version doesn’t offer the option to select the raised switch ring. Is that an oversight or is it really not going to be an option?

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Is the copper raw or coated?

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Could you offer the D4V2 reflashing kit as an accessory with the flashlight for less than full price?

That’s all explained how to do this in his description of the item on his site. I got one for less, because of a previous order I did in the problem time frame that I provided an order# with.
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Is the copper raw or coated?

Both of my V1’s were raw.
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anonymous_user wrote:
iamlucky13 wrote:
When there is an update to make, I’d like to suggest that instead of overwriting the first post entirely with new content when you have news like this, either start a new thread, or keep the original content in the first post, and add the new content above or below it.

The same for thread titles.

I was briefly confused how I missed the announcement of the D4V2 Ti on June 18th. I suspect some others, especially new members will be even more confused.


Can confirm. Was confused why the date was June 18th and how the thread managed to get so many replies.

Commercial vendors are allowed X amount of posts on particular subjects. That’s why post title subjects are changed in the vendor posts, instead of new posts. Learn to backtrack from last posts on forums that practice this.
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Just ordered SST-20 4000K with the 18350 tube and magnetic tailcap! I can’t wait!

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D1SV2 next please Smile can’t wait oof

Same! Any update on this Hank? Thank you!

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lightdecay wrote:
Hank Wang wrote:
BlueSwordM wrote:
Oh wow.

@Hank, would it be possible to get WW(3000k) switch LEDs?

That would ve lovely.

That’s a interesting idea, I may need to collect the interest list and arrange some customs switch board later.
Could you offer the D4V2 reflashing kit as an accessory with the flashlight for less than full price?
Yes, we have just reduced the reflashing kit price to $8.5 for everyone.

https://intl-outdoor.com, Noctigon, Emisar, flashlight components.

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Great, just got mine for 18.50 $…

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How long is the sale for the flashing kit?

ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ I can always be wrong, probably 75% of the time.

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I was also confused with this thread… How could i have missed the D4V2 Ti announcement four month ago?!

Anyway, glad i stumbled upon it.
Very tempting indeed! It would go real well with a MF 01 Min Al/Cu… and a few other lights. Facepalm

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Hank Wang wrote:
lightdecay wrote:
Hank Wang wrote:
BlueSwordM wrote:
Oh wow.

@Hank, would it be possible to get WW(3000k) switch LEDs?

That would ve lovely.

That’s a interesting idea, I may need to collect the interest list and arrange some customs switch board later.
Could you offer the D4V2 reflashing kit as an accessory with the flashlight for less than full price?
Yes, we have just reduced the reflashing kit price to $8.5 for everyone.
Thanks a lot!
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Is the raised switch bezel an option?

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Hank, have you considered a metal switch cover? Would be more classy…

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Hmm, about the raised switch bezel….

I have one on my regular D4V2 that I have pocket-carried for over a month now, front jeans pocket with keys, pen-knife and other metal stuff, and it switched itself on 3 times up to now (maxramp set at 450lumen so no injuries), which is perfect compared to twice a day with the regular bezel. So the raised bezel is a great option to have.

But on the other hand, who would pocket-carry this paper-weight?

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Well I’ve been pocket carrying the Ti+Cu version of the FW3 so this is probably similar weight right?

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Well I’ve been pocket carrying the Ti+Cu version of the FW3 so this is probably similar weight right?

user hunter1 measured his at the following (no battery):
original D4 Ti = 126.7 g
FW3Ti+Cu = ~83 g
FW3C = ~123 g

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Wait what? That is nuts. Is the copper portion bigger than the FW3T+C equivalent?

I will have to think this over.

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It’s really cool, but the last one was so heavy it barely left my closet.

I really want it, but not at that weight.

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djozz wrote:
Hmm, about the raised switch bezel….

I have one on my regular D4V2 that I have pocket-carried for over a month now, front jeans pocket with keys, pen-knife and other metal stuff, and it switched itself on 3 times up to now (maxramp set at 450lumen so no injuries), which is perfect compared to twice a day with the regular bezel. So the raised bezel is a great option to have.

But on the other hand, who would pocket-carry this paper-weight?


I’ve carried D4 in my backpach (which I always have with me). Physical lockout was a must. So on my last order I asked Hank to include the raised bezel.
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Agro wrote:
djozz wrote:
Hmm, about the raised switch bezel….

I have one on my regular D4V2 that I have pocket-carried for over a month now, front jeans pocket with keys, pen-knife and other metal stuff, and it switched itself on 3 times up to now (maxramp set at 450lumen so no injuries), which is perfect compared to twice a day with the regular bezel. So the raised bezel is a great option to have.

But on the other hand, who would pocket-carry this paper-weight?


I’ve carried D4 in my backpach (which I always have with me). Physical lockout was a must. So on my last order I asked Hank to include the raised bezel.

I requested Hank for 4 raised bezels for my old D4’s via mail and that was no problem, he priced them reasonably and they even came with spare switchcovers. Following what someone posted somewhere on BLF I sharpened the front of a cheap screwdriver to a knife’s edge, and used it to slowly chisel the old bezel out from the side, bit by bit while changing the angle all the time. The bezel came off without scratching the ano. Used a vice plus two pieces of wood to push the new bezel in.
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I have it easier…my light has so many scratches that adding a few more won’t matter. Innocent
I’m not fond of anodization durability of my D4…

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