CRX Halo Titanium & Carbon Fibre Triple

CRX Halo XP-L HI 5000K - LD-A4 Driver - 18350 - Rv Clicky Lighted Tail Sw - 1800lm.Hand made with hacksaws & files from Grade 9 titanium alloy, brass tube, carbon fibre, copper sheet and some other bits n pieces.

Grade 9 Titanium body with 3k 24mm x 22mm carbon fibre shell
Cree XP-L HI v2 5000K emitters
Copper LED4P DTP triple MCPCB
Copper core brass pill
Carclo 10508 optics
20mm x 1mm Sternkreuz glass
Brass bezel & tail (oxidized)
LED4P LD-A4 7-9A driver
LED4P ILC-0 reverse clicky lighted tail switch
GITD halo bezel ring & lighted tail
Steel switch button
Bayonet locking system with o-ring seal

Length - 78mm
Width - 24mm
Weight - 107g (with 18350 cell)

Max - 1800lm OTF (20 seconds stepdown to 605lm at 7A setting)

CRX Halo runtimes:

Another one? :smiley:

Eheh! I guess you’re finally ready for mass production :smiley:

These are pure beauties :wink: And functional :stuck_out_tongue:

that’s beautiful. good job.

Very nice. The cf weave is different on this one. I like variations like that.

Show me the light Oh Master, how does one go into mass production with only hand tools and not lose interest in the hobby? :laughing:

Are we sure CRX is not a pro with Photoshop and these torches he punches out are just a figment of his imagination? :stuck_out_tongue:

Truly an offence to the eye, you could have at least put some effort into it. :person_facepalming: Really, people these days…….

Omg… almost every Day a new Lamp you are Breathtaking :wink:

Please do me a favor and never stop building lamps :+1:

Looks and function. Most of the time it is: give a little, take a little.
But in this case it is amazing how both compete for the first place.
Let’s call it a draw :partying_face:

:wink: :beer:

Well when you only get out to exercise for an hour a day it’s easy :laughing:

Half of this statement is true :smiley:

I will try to do better :innocent:

At least not until yours is done :wink: :+1:

Henk4U2 commenting in one of my build threads, it must be worthy :smiley:
Yeah I hadn’t really done a runtime test with the LD-A4 driver before but check out that nice flat line, cool.
The initial sharp stepdown from full throttle was a bit of a surprise because I’m used to the fast gradual drop in output from the other thermally controlled drivers as opposed to the sudden cut down but now I quite like it.
The LD-A4 could do with a voltage read out function though and I probably should have gone with the 4A-6A configurable version.