Lumintop Tool Ti AAA Flashlight

Lumintop Tool Ti AAA Flashlight

At the end of the day, it's all about features and performance. Lumintop may not be a brand you've heard of, being a wholesale manufacturer and seller of flashlights. But not only do they know how to sell lights, they sure know how to make them, too.

The Tool Ti is one of the latest iterations of their AAA-powered Tool series. They're heavy-duty lights (just look at this poor light go through a torture test) with a heavy list of features and options. The Tool Ti operates on 3 modes with either an XP-G2 R5 emitter that tops out at 110 lumens, or an eye-pleasing Nichia 219B that outputs 80 lumens on high. This light is perfectly pocket-sized for EDC, measuring only 2.91” long and weighing 0.78 ounces. A glow-in-the-dark o-ring around its double-sided, anti-reflective lens and reversible stainless steel clip round out its solid list of features. Titanium not your thing? The Tool also comes in aluminum and copper. Add this impressive illuminator to your carry by ordering direct from Lumintop at the link below.

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Looks awesome man.
Nice looking light. That Ti is the way I'd go if I was in the market. Really dislike the look of the copper one.
That's a great looking flashlight, and I'd be all over it, except it doesn't have a moonlight/firefly low. 3-5 lumens is too much for that, and there's no reason for any modern light not to have that mode. There are other equally good AAA lights out there that offer the same performance but also have a moonlight mode. Not having one is a dealbreaker for me on this light. Too bad.
Impressive switch on that little lovely.
I just bought two of these, one is the titanium version and the other the copper version. I just couldn't resist. Made offers on eBay until I was able to get them at approximately $45 each, shipping included. I expect the copper version to develop a nice patina over time... I chose the Nichia led emitter for both, since the light these led produce is way nicer than the ugly blueish tints of most other emitters...
They are all just so pricey! I'll stick with my cheap mini mag light.
I know this is probably a really dumb question, but what watch is the light leaning on, looks really cool,
Think it's a Moto360.
Not a dumb question, that's the Huawei smartwatch in black. The moto has a flat tire, where the Huawei does not. I have the stainless one.
thank you, do you like it? I am kind of a watch nut. I don't have a smart watch yet but have been looking. It caught my eye, but wanted to know if you like it. Thanks