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The 14 Best Titanium Flashlights in 2020

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The 14 Best Titanium Flashlights in 2020

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Most everybody knows about the utility offered by having a flashlight on you all the time, and a lot of EDCers also appreciate the properties of titanium as a material for daily carry gear. The lightweight, robust and corrosion resistant material improves the functionality and value of a flashlight, and paired with a good interface and usable output, it’s both a useful and collectible tool. In this guide, we round up the best options for when you want to add some titanium-clad illumination to your everyday carry kit. From diminutive keychain lights to lumen monsters, we got you covered for finding the right light that can scratch your titanium itch.

MecArmy FL02 Titanium Flashlight

MecArmy FL02 Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Distinctive design
Overheat protection
Anti-scratch double-coated lens
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-G2 S4
Max Output
360 lumens
Battery
Internal rechargeable 120mAh Li-Po
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$$
Combining a precious metal with a unique design and distinct markings, the MecArmy FL02 not only brings the power of 360 lumens to your keychain, it functions well as a conversational piece, too. CNC-machined from TC4 titanium, it features an ergonomic design and a titanium switch that gives easy access to its Turbo mode, as well as a Strobe mode for emergencies. And since it’s meant to reside on your keychain, the lens of the FL02 has been double-coated to prevent scratches. Different themed designs make it easy to pick one that will go well with the rest of your gear.
TEC Accessories Pixel Titanium Flashlight

TEC Accessories Pixel Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Diminutive size
Slot for tritium vial (not included)
Easy to replace batteries
Specifications
Emitter
Nichia 5mm LED
Max Output
21 lumens (warm white)
Battery
4 x LR521
EDC Rating


Price
$
If you’re looking for a truly diminutive option for a titanium light, the TEC Accessories Pixel Ti provides a tiny, yet solid option. It outputs 21 lumens from its warm white Nichia LED, packaged in a precision-crafted Grade 5 titanium chassis that’s ready for the rough and tumble of being attached to your keychain or zipper pull. It relies on a simple twist operation, and even sports a slot for mounting a tritium vial on its tail. Battery replacement is easy, as it uses four of the commonly available LR521 alkaline watch batteries.
RovyVon A4x Titanium Flashlight

RovyVon A4x Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
High output for its size
IP65-rated
Easy to replace batteries
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-G3 LED or Nichia 219C
Max Output
650 lumens (Cree) or 450 lumens (Nichia)
Battery
Internal 260mAh Li-Po battery
EDC Rating


Price
$$
This is a new edition of the titanium version of RovyVon’s successful keychain light platform. Slightly larger overall at 2.26" long and now sporting a larger 260mAh Li-Po rechargeable battery, it can reach a maximum of 650 lumens from the high-power Cree XP-G3 LED, or 450 lumens from the eye-pleasing 90+ CRI Nichia 219C variant. A tough and lightweight titanium chassis, IP65-rated weather resistance, and the optional pocket clip that allows for hat brim mounting make the new RovyVon A4x a highly functional option for a titanium keychain light.
Foursevens Preon P1 MkIII Titanium Flashlight

Foursevens Preon P1 MkIII Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Eye pleasing tint from the Nichia 219C emitter
Double-coated anti-reflective glass lens
Includes rechargeable NiMH battery
Specifications
Emitter
Nichia 219C 5000K
Max Output
100 lumens
Battery
1 x NiMH AAA (included)
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$$
The AAA flashlight platform has long been a go-to for EDCers for the balance of portability and power, and few have mastered the platform like Foursevens (now under Prometheus Lights). The Foursevens Preon P1 MkIII matches the aesthetics of its Grade 5 titanium construction with practical everyday performance. The choice of a Nichia 219C LED gives the beam an eye-pleasing and color accurate tint, enhanced by a textured reflector and an optical-grade anti-reflective glass lens. Meanwhile, the included NiMH AAA battery gives the light a stable and rechargeable power source, while saving you the long-term expense of disposable batteries.
Reylight Pineapple Mini Titanium Flashlight

Reylight Pineapple Mini Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Takes both regular AAA and 10440 rechargeable batteries
High-CRI Nichia 219B emitter
Tail switch accepts tritium vial for extra customization
Specifications
Emitter
Nichia 219B 4500K
Max Output
90 lumens (AAA) or 240 lumens (10440)
Battery
1 x AAA or 10440 Li-ion (not included)
EDC Rating


Price
$
The market is flooded with AAA flashlight designs, as well as titanium lights. But only a few are able to match the craftsmanship and value of the Reylight Ti Pineapple Mini. The robust titanium chassis features a grippy machined center section, as well as a deep-carry pocket clip. The reverse clicky tail switch keeps operation easy and one-handed, while featuring a slot for an optional tritium vial. Turned on, it takes power from regular AAA batteries or 10440s to pump out up to 240 lumens from its high-CRI Nichia 219B LED, providing eye-friendly and usable light in a highly pocketable and sturdy package.
Manker E05 Titanium Flashlight

Manker E05 Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Good beam distance for an AA light
Can take rechargeable 14500 batteries for higher output
Tail switch allows for tailstanding and installing a tritium tube
Specifications
Emitter
OSRAM NM1
Max Output
400 lumens (14500)
Battery
1 x AA or 14500 Li-ion (not included)
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$
This new light from Manker features a stainless steel deep carry clip for easy and discreet portage, as well as a 94mm long grooved titanium alloy body that fits the hand well while operating its tail switch in an overhand grip. The OSRAM NM1 LED and smooth reflector combine to create a compact AA thrower with a 400 lumen beam that can reach up to 250 meters when powered by an optional 3.7V 14500 battery. The tail switch lies flush with the tail end of the light, allowing it to stand, and it also features a slot for installing a tritium vial.

Header: Mikey Bautista
EAGTAC D3A MkII Titanium Flashlight

EAGTAC D3A MkII Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Warm and eye-friendly tint
Takes both AA and 14500 batteries
Glow in the dark tail clicky switch
Specifications
Emitter
Nichia 219C 4000K
Max Output
353 lumens (14500)
Battery
1 x AA or 14500 Li-ion (not included)
EDC Rating


Price
$$
The “D” series of lights from EAGTAC have distinguished themselves as excellent performers in the compact light arena. The Limited Edition D3A MkII Titanium elevates the line by giving one of their bestsellers a refined and robust titanium shell. Inside, an A750 RC LED Driver combines with a warm-tinted Nichia 219C emitter to provide up to 353 lumens of eye-pleasing light. The D3A’s ability to take on both regular AAs and 14500s gives you flexibility for its power source. Its four modes are accessed via both a twist interface and a glow in the dark tail switch. If you’re looking for something more compact, the EAGTAC D3C is essentially the same light, but utilizes CR123A or protected RCR123 button-tops in its shorter chassis.
Klarus Mi7 Titanium Flashlight

Klarus Mi7 Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
High 700 lumen output from a 14500 battery
Convenient side switch operation
Easily check your remaining battery level
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-L HI V3
Max Output
700 lumens (14500)
Battery
1 x AA or 14500 Li-ion (not included)
EDC Rating


Price
$$
Pushing 700 lumens out of a AA-sized pocket light is quite a feat—especially with a constant and flicker-free beam—and it’s one that the Klarus Mi7 Ti is able to achieve. This pocket rocket gets enhanced with a slim titanium alloy body, while retaining all the features and utility of its aluminum predecessor. An electronic side switch evokes classic flashlight utility and provides a convenient one-handed interface. Three clicks activates the Battery Capacity Indication feature, letting you know how much juice you have left based on the number of flashes the light makes.
Lumintop TOOL AA 2.0 Titanium Flashlight

Lumintop TOOL AA 2.0 Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Dual interface with clicky tail switch or head twist
Extensive knurling for grip
Peaks at 650 lumens
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-L HI V3
Max Output
650 lumens (14500)
Battery
1 x AA or 14500 li-ion (not included)
EDC Rating


Price
$$
This refined 2020 redesign of Lumintops popular AA light brings premium aesthetics and a Cree XPL-HD LED that tops out at 650 lumens from a 3.7V 14500 battery. Four output levels and a hidden strobe keep it highly functional, and the gold painted clip provides an accent to the IP68-rated titanium alloy body. The classic tail switch design from the TOOL series allows for tailstanding and the attachment of a lanyard for easier retrieval from your pocket or bag. The Lumintop TOOL AA 2.0 Ti takes all the right cues from its predecessors, offering value that’s more than skin deep.
RovyVon A24 Titanium Flashlight

RovyVon A24 Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Peaks at 1,000 lumens on Turbo
1-lumen Moonlight runs for 72 hours
Pocket or keychain carry
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-L HD LED
Max Output
1,000 lumens
Battery
Rechargeable and replaceable 600mAh Li-Po battery
EDC Rating


Price
$$
Larger but still a pocket-friendly EDC light, the RovyVon A24 plays big brother to the compact A4x. With its compact 2.9" TC4 titanium body and 2.2 ounce weight, it brings robust functionality as a medium-sized everyday option. A metal side switch handles the interface which includes multiple modes: SOS, Strobe, three levels of regular output, a 1-lumen Moonlight, and a Turbo that throws 1,000 lumens from the onboard Cree XP-L HD LED out to 150 meters. A slot on one end of the light lets you easily thread in a keyring, while a screw-on removable clip gives you the option for pocket carry.

Header: Oscar Rodriguez
Mechforce Mechtorch Turbo Titanium Flashlight

Mechforce Mechtorch Turbo Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Distinct aesthetics and stonewashed finish
1,300 lumen output from three LEDs
Compact and robust design
Specifications
Emitter
3 x Nichia 219CT
Max Output
1,300 lumens
Battery
1 x 18350
EDC Rating


Price
$$$$
Looking more like premium-priced custom flashlights, the Mechforce Mechforce brings the performance to back up the distinct aesthetics of its 84mm long stonewashed titanium body. The Turbo version squeezes 1,300 lumens out of the triple warm white Nichia 219CT LEDs, creating a wall of light when you need it. Internally, dual QLITE springs create a stable and shockproof cradle for its 18350 battery. The head of the light features 16 separate slanted slots that you can eventually fill with tritium tubes, further amplifying the aesthetic of this high-performance pocket torch.

Header: Daisuke Ootaki
McGizmo Haiku Titanium Flashlight

McGizmo Haiku Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Iconic lightsaber-esque aesthetics
Beam strikes good balance between flood and throw
Clicky tail switch for a simple low-medium-high interface
Specifications
Emitter
Various
Max Output
Various
Battery
Various
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$$$$
A long-standing favorite and grail light for flashlight enthusiasts and connoisseurs, the McGizmo Haiku offers a lot of customizability in a Grade 5 titanium chassis reminiscent of a certain Jedi’s lightsaber. It’s served as the benchmark for custom titanium flashlights for over a decade, and offers various choices of emitter, driver, and fuel source, from AA to 16650 Li-ion. The reflector, refined over many iterations of the light, is the secret of the Haiku’s success—balancing the light’s flawless beam between flood and throw better than most, if not all, competing designs.

Header: Tohru Nishiumi
Lumintop FW3T Titanium Flashlight

Lumintop FW3T Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
Very high lumen output from a compact light
Enthusiast-developed Andúril interface
Specifications
Emitter
3 x CW Cree XP-L HI or NW Luminous SST-20
Max Output
2,800 lumens (XP-L HI) or 1,600 lumens (SST-20)
Battery
1 x 18650 Li-ion
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$$
This crowd favorite light has its roots as a joint project between the German TLF and international BLF online communities. Beyond the wide base that helped design and bring this flashlight into fruition, the original aluminum FW3A it has established itself as value-packed option for a high-output 18650 light that runs on the versatile enthusiast Andúril interface. The FW3T upgrades the original with a robust titanium chassis and the option for a 95 CRI neutral white Luminous SST-20 that tops out at 1,600 lumens to go alongside the 2,800 lumen Cree XP-L HI alternative. Looks-wise, you have some choices: pick from Polished, Stonewashed, or a distinctive titanium and copper hybrid.
Muyshondt Flieger Titanium Flashlight

Muyshondt Flieger Titanium Flashlight

Purchase
Key Features
High quality build with multiple seals and gold coated internal circuitry
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal lens
Five different output levels
Specifications
Emitter
Cree XP-L 4000K
Max Output
720 lumens
Battery
1 x 18650 Li-ion
EDC Rating


Just released
Price
$$$$
The titanium-clad variant of the heirloom-quality Muyshondt Flieger takes a design inspired by old school aviation icons and builds it to last. A titanium domed tail switch button sits recessed in a titanium housing provides a reliable clicky mechanism that allows the light to tail stand while giving you access to five output levels from 1 to 720 lumens. On the other end, a sapphire crystal lens protects the warm white emitter. Internally, multiple o-rings help ensure the weather sealing and water resistance, bolstered by smoothly machined square threads. Also inside, gold coated circuitry safeguards the efficiency and durability of the light’s internal functions over time. Choose from Turned, Brushed, or Stonewashed finishes to better match the rest of your EDC kit.

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Tohru Nishiumi ·
Thank you for choosing the best 14.
This Haiku is McGizmo's own handmade bead blasting model.
Mikey Bautista ·
It turned out awesome, with the cracked ice clip and bead too!