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Maratac AAA Ti

Mikey Bautista
Maratac AAA Ti

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EDCers in the know highly recommend Maratac's AAA flashlights as some of the best in the business. These pocket-friendly torches get updated with modern features and desirable materials like brass and copper, but many enthusiasts have held out for a titanium version. Due to overwhelming demand (to the tune of 60,000 requests), the Maratac AAA is finally available in 6AL4V grade 5 titanium. This makes a good light even better by taking advantage of titanium's lighter weight, corrosion resistance, and strength-to-weight ratio. The AAA Ti also comes with the most recent features of Maratac's line, including the latest XP-G2 R5 emitter (138 lumens up to 70 minutes), a new orange peel reflector, and glow-in-the-dark accessories. This refresh doesn’t stop at its materials, either. Maratac strengthened the pocket clip and resequenced the modes to start at a more usable 40 lumen Medium. The AAA Ti won't stick around for long in its limited initial production run—so pick up the latest and greatest light from Maratac at the link below while you still can.

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Robert Razavi ·
I want one!
Edit: I got one off eBay! Not cheap, but it's not available anywhere else...
Ordered two of these a few days ago....one for a gift for my pops. I love my copper AAA but I have a feeling the Ti is going to replace it as my EDC.
Jim Walke ·
After having two of these die on me after less than a year's EDC each, I have unfortunately had to give up on Maratac.
Patrick Kansa ·
I want to like their stuff, I really do. I've got a few items from them, and they're decent (well, except for the lunch bag which is falling apart on the lining). The thing is, their customer service is pretty poor. Small company or not (and I realize the public is ostensibly not their main focus), if you cannot get questions answered, it calls into question the long-term support of the products they're selling...
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