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Trending: Maratac AAA Titanium Flashlight

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Trending: Maratac AAA Titanium Flashlight

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There’s a reason why despite how much battery technology has advanced people keep coming back to simple AAA flashlights. They’re compact, lightweight, have enough lumens for general EDC tasks. And most importantly, their batteries are easy to find, inexpensive to replace, and with lithium options, have longevity as an emergency power source as well. As one of their most popular flashlights, Maratac takes their AAA flashlight a step further by giving it a premium upgrade in everybody’s favorite metal: titanium.

With an overall length of 2.6“ and a diameter of 0.5”, this pocket torch remains quite portable. It also leverages titanium’s strength-to-weight ratio to keep things feather-weight at only 1 ounce, including the battery. This model comes with 3 brightness settings, with a max of 180 lumens for 75 minutes via its CREE XP-G2 S4 LED. Also new to this model is a glow in the dark diffuser for added convenience and usability for low light conditions. Last but not least, a diamond-patterned texture occupies most of its 6AL4V Grade 5 titanium body, enhancing its grip when using its twisty interface. You can pick one up at the link below.

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Sam Nead ·
I have this flashlight. Highly recommend. The clip is nice and tight - if you reverse it, you can place the light on the brim of your baseball cap for hands-free use.
Sam Nead ·
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Sam Nead ·
Sorry, by saying "reverse the clip" I mean you can move the part that snaps around the base of the light down the barrel, and make the clip opening face the oppositie direction (toward the bottom of the light.)