Batteries and charger not includedProduct Description
- Due to thoughtful design, the Ti4 always starts in Firefly mode—ideal for tasks like dentists using it as an endoscope.
- The anodized aircraft-grade aluminum body is easy on the skin, feels good in the hand, and looks fashionable to carry.
- The Ti4 is dependable and bright, with a max regulated runtime for 137 hours and a max output of 252 lumens.
- Outstanding construction gives the Ti4 the durability to meet the IPX-8 waterproof standard.
- LED: Cree XP-G2 LED with a lifespan of 20+ years of run time
- Mode & Runtime (Tested with 2*Ni-MH/900mAh)
- -Firefly(0.3 lumens, 137hours)
- -Low (24 lumens, 12hours)
- -High (252 lumens, 51minutes)
- -Strobe (252 lumens, 90 minutes)
- Working voltage: 0.9-3 V
- Battery: 2xAAA Batteries(not included)
- Peak Beam Intensity: 1120 cd
- Beam Distance: 67 m
- Waterproof: IPX-8
- Impact Resistance: 2 m
- Material: Aircraft grade aluminum body structure with premium type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish
- Weight: 22.3 g (without battery)
- Dimension: 132.9 x 14.2 mm
- Accessories:2x spare o-ring
- Battery Installation: Unscrew the light head, insert the batteries with the negative terminal down into the battery tube and then screw the light head back on.
- Turn on /off: Single press the tail switch to turn the light on/off.
- Change modes:
- When the light is on, half press the tail switch (without hearing the “click” sound) to cycle through Firefly, Low, High, Firefly, Low, High, and Strobe.
- When the light is on, quick double click (within 1 second) the tail switch to cycle through Firefly, Low, High, Firefly, Low, High, and Strobe.
- If the second click is after 1 second but less than 10 seconds, the light will memorize the last mode. If it is after 10 seconds, the light will start from Firefly mode again.
- Short Memory function
- The light will turn on in the last mode accessed within a 1-10 seconds interval, except for Strobe.
- Quality Light at on a Budget Review by Peter
Due to its relatively complex mode selection process, the Ti4 does pose some difficulty as an EDC flashlight. It may be challenging to select the correct lumen outage in a pinch, and if the the user is not familiar with the light than we can guarantee mode selection will present a problem. However once familiarised, the different modes can allow for correct lumen outage in every situation. Either reading late at night in a tent with the firefly mode or out on the water using the Ti4 as an improvised spot light (thanks to its 50m throw) and utilising the full 252 lumens.
During the carrying and testing of the Ti4 the WLC has come to some conclusions about the flashlight. From now on, the WLC will be using the Ti4 as a dedicated adventure flashlight. We will remove it from everyday carry and will aim to replace it with a single mode flash light due to the comments previously mentioned. We also believe that it is more suited to the role of a dedicated adventure light as it gives more options to the user in different situations.
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- PerfectReview by MickP