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EAGTAC D3A Titanium Flashlight

EAGTAC D3A Titanium Flashlight

When it comes to EDC flashlights, there's a certain magical combination of features that causes an unavoidable attraction. The flashlight where compatibility, collectibility, and color converge is one that's sure to capture more than a few enthusiasts' hearts. The EAGTAC D3A is one of those lights. With a sleek titanium shell, top class tint, and the ability to take on multiple power sources, not only can it take on your everyday lighting needs with confidence and convenience, it looks damn good while doing it, too.

The D3A is the latest in EAGTAC's “D” line of popular EDC lights, prized equally for their versatile performance and compact form factor. The D3A continues the line by adopting design cues on the outside and supercharging its performance within. Its shell is CNC-machined from titanium and brass, polished to an eye-catching mirror finish. Cooling fins etched into the head and a diamond knurling pattern round out the D3A's design.

It's in the electronics where the D3A gets the biggest upgrades. It all starts with a new A750 RC LED driver. It features high efficiency, versatile modes across the board, and most importantly, supports 14500 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. This allows you a higher voltage fuel source when you need to eke out a bit more lumens and runtime, while still offering the convenience of a common AA battery. The driver powers a cutting-edge Nichia 219C emitter with a 92 CRI rating—currently one the highest and most accurate color renderings you can get on a flashlight. The light's 4 default levels are controlled via twisting the head or via its rear (glow in the dark!) clicky switch, with a top end of 353 lumens for 1 hour on High and a max runtime of over 150 hours on its 2-lumen Low setting.

As with all EAGTAC flashlights, there's plenty of versatility with the D3A's outputs, with programmable last mode memory and lower Low settings available to more discerning users. And carrying the light is just as flexible thanks to an included clip, compact 2.9” length, and an included rigid nylon holster. Check out EAGTAC's latest and greatest EDC light at the Amazon link below.

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Victorinox Alox Limited Edition 2019

Victorinox Alox Limited Edition 2019

At this point, the Victorinox Swiss Army Knife is as much a cultural icon as it is a multi-tool. It’s one of the few mainstream tools that has found its way into the pockets of people who might not even know what EDC is. With so many different models the SAK has been a practical go-to tool for decades, and the yearly limited edition releases have only reignited their popularity in the community. This year, some of the most carried tools on our site are getting the limited edition treatment yet again coming in a unique champagne gold color.

One of the tools getting a fresh new color is arguably the company’s most versatile piece in the Pioneer. Of the three limited edition models, the Pioneer is the largest. But at 3.7 inches in length and just half an inch thick it’s still perfectly sized for your pockets. Despite the built-in metal tools and the tough Alox scales, it weighs only 2.5 ounces. You’ll get a reliable pocket-sized tool that can handle most everyday tasks without weighing you down or raising too many eyebrows in the office.

Its classic design packs 8 different functions into something that fits in the palm of your hand. You'll get a can opener, screwdriver, reamer, bottle opener, and of course, a 2.5” blade for daily cutting tasks just to name a few. As nice as they appear, it’s also worth mentioning that the gold-colored Alox scales aren’t only for looks. The scales are also treated with an additional layer of protection against corrosion and everyday wear and tear.

If the Pioneer is too big for your needs, you can go with the more pocket-friendly limited edition versions of the Cadet and Classic models as well. Whether you plan on adding any of these tools to your daily rotation or simply like collecting Swiss Army Knives, it’s hard to argue against any tool with such a proven track record. Make sure to pick one up for yourself by clicking the link below.

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