|Part Number||Ti HI CW|
|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.6 x 2.6 x 0.8 inches|
|Color||Ti HI CW(quantity limited Christmas version)|
|Type of Bulb||led|
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ThruNite Ti HI Flashlight, CREE XP-L HI LED, Max output 120 lumens, Using 1*AAA, IPX-8 Waterproof (Ti HI CW)
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- - Small but powerful one AAA EDC LED flashlight, ideal for both daily life and outdoor use.
- - Adopts latest CREE XP-L HI LED to make the max output up to 120 lumens.
- - Titanium alloy body with polished finish, and OP reflector gives perfect flood.
- - Four output modes available: Firefly, Low, High and a hidden Strobe.
- - With a reversible stainless steel pocket clip, for convenient to attach the Ti HI to the brim of your hat to act as a headlamp for use.
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LED: Cree XP-G2 R5 LED with a lifespan of 20+years of run time.
Output and run time: Firefly: 0.04 Lm(115h), Low: 12 Lm(6.3h), High: 120Lm(0.5h), Strobe:120Lm(1 hour)
Powered by 1 AAA battery (NOT included)
Peak beam intensity: 625cd
Max beam: 50m
Input voltage range:0.9V-3V
Weight: 12 gram without battery
Reflector: OP Reflector
Reverse polarity protection
Aircraft quality aluminum body structure
Premium Type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish
Waterproof to IPX-8 standard
LED: Cree XP-L V4 LED with a lifespan of 20+years of run time
Output and run time: Firefly: 0.5 Lm(115h), Low: 12 Lm(6.3h), High: 162Lm(0.5h), Strobe:162Lm(1 hour)
Powered by 1 AAA battery (NOT included)
Working voltage: 0.9-3V
Weight: 16 gram without battery.
OP Reflector give perfect flood.
Titanium alloy(TC4) body with polished finish.
Waterproof to IPX-8 standard.
Convenient twist switch for one hand operation.
Turn On /Off
Easily twist the head to turn on / off the light. Tighten the head for on and loosen for off.
When the light is on, turn off the light and then turn it on within 2 seconds to change mode.
Keep the light off between 2 to 10 seconds and then turn it on, the light will turn on in the last mode accessed, except for strobe. Over 10 seconds and then turn it on, the light will get back to Firefly mode.
Screw on and off the head for 6 times to activate hidden strobe mode (162Lm, 13Hz).
Top Customer Reviews
The default startup mode is firefly & that's the only negative point about this light (for me). That means twisting the head until it lights & then another twist/twist to get to the 12 lumen low (enough to see at least 10' or so, depending on your eyes). The i3S starts in Medium (20 lumens) - then High - then Moonlight and finally Strobe. I have no use for strobe in a AAA light but you may want that feature.
The Ti3 will run with any AAA battery including rechargeables. I use the Panasonic Eneloop Pro as those work well for me in other lights as well as the grand kids toys.
Really a nice light, tiny but with great output on high. Highly recommend. Shown in photo with the Spyderco Dragonfly 2, a superb companion to the Ti3 flashlight.
I see a few differences between the two lights:
1) The Ti3 uses a twist switch while the LD02 uses a push button the tail cap.
2) The Ti3 has a "firefly" setting (0.04 Lm) while the lowest setting on the LD02 is merely "low" @ 8Lm
3) Ti3 has a strobe mode where the LD02 does not.
4) ThruNite offers the "natural white" color and a cool white while Fenix only offers the cool white.
~ Its tiny! 70mm x 14mm or basically the size of a standard chap-stick. I have been carrying it daily without really noticing it in my pocket at all.
~ The light output is surprising. Obviously, its not a big 1000 lumen monster, but for being the size of a chap-stick, it puts out what I would call a very useful amount of light. Certainly better than the flash built into your phone.
~ Your choice of both a belt/pocket clip and keychain.
~ Strobe setting which is usually not included in lights this small.
~ The belt clip can be attached in either direction. In other words you can either clip the light, say in your pocket, or reverse the clip and attach it to the brim of your hat. Its kind of a nice touch when you need a hands free light in a pinch.
~ The twist switch annoys me. It is simple to use of course, but I just prefer a push button. This is a matter of personal taste so no star deduction
~ HOWEVER, using the twist switch to get into the strobe mode can be down right frustrating.Read more ›
The current version of the Ti3 uses the newer Cree XP-G2 LED emitter and as some have noted, it does produce a larger, floodier type beam than more typical single AAA battery lights, that use the Cree XP-E emitter. I have compared it to other lights I have that use the XP-E and they all seem to cast a beam about the same distance but the XP-G2 is definitely wider. To me, that is a big plus. I typically use my pocket light (the Ti3 immediately took it's place as my favorite, don't leave home without it in my pocket, light) when I'm trying to find something dropped in the dark, etc. All things that a broader beam would be better for. If you do like a tighter beam, you would probably want to look for something that uses the Cree XP-E, which is much more common in small flashlights.
This is where ThruNite really kicks it into high gear; the Ti3 has three beam settings and an extra fourth mode that features a full brightness, quick strobe that you can activate by cycling through the three brightness settings in two rapid successions. So, you can fully ignore the strobe if you don't need it.
I don't have a light meter so will have to go with the specs that ThruNite provides in the product details as far as measured lumens of light output. Instead I will share the current measurements I made on the settings and my observations.
All measurements are made with a freshly charged, 1.2v, 800mah eneloop rechargeable NIMH battery:
Firefly = 4ma. That's right, .004 amps.Read more ›
*4-28-15 follow-up... Flashlight no longer works as should. Light stays lit constantly, can't turn off unless I unscrew the top entirely. Will probably contact ThruNite to see if they will help as my 30 day return has expired. Will post updates if any.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice EDC light. Very bright, but I prefer the click button of a Ti4 or Ti5 to this.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Compact, great variety of lumen choices, easy to use, excellent prices. I received it ahead of promised delivery.Published 5 days ago by Mzee Mwalimu
Looked perfect. It's the perfect size. Reviews looked positive. But the light will NOT remember high mode! Do all the twisting you want. Read morePublished 5 days ago by D. Moore
I got this light about a year ago when it was 19.99, so I have quite a bit of use on it. Pros: the lumen count seems accurate, and is brighter than most lights this size. The . Read morePublished 7 days ago by Rachel Bennett