I'm interested in Titanium heads and bodies as well.
The more pressing question I have? How about a simple CR123 twisty pack?
The E Series from my view was not designed for a twisty if that’s the question. The heads can still be used for lock out however and that’s why I think the integrated tail is fine since you don’t need it for lock out.
Are there other CR123 Ti Twisties built? This is something we will probably look at some time if we see demand, such as a large version of the Micro-Flex.
I'm also interested to know if TNC is considering designing any heads/canisters
that can utilize the spectacular SSC P7 led.
We’ve been checking the P7 out and I expect we will build these.
At the minimum, a 38mm head with some kind of integrated tri-led heatsink and a lens would be a killer kit that would sell strong in both Ti and Al. The integrated tail/tube makes (in my opinion) a better looking and stronger light. Using the McClicky integrated into the tail would be nice although I am not sure of the power levels these clickys can handle.
I believe the switch is capable of 25w and 30w spikes, but I could be wrong. That should do for these heads IMO.
I'd love to see Ti C-Flex bodies. If the knurling problem applies to bodies as well, how about milled grooves in the high areas, for gription?
Here's an idea of a larger head on C-Flex tubes:
Personally, I'd rather see the C-Flex built for A123 cells, but I can live with AW C size. I run a single A123 and a spacer in that 2-cell tube.
We have a number of milled custom C-Flex patterns machined and more that were designed. If you go to the bottom of the C-Flex thread I discussed some of the possibilities of even one-offs etc. There’s an exciting pattern I hope we can pull off at some point.
The EDC-Flex should look better than the A3 on the C-Flex IMO. The Ti bodies would call for Ti adaptors as well. Perhaps we could design them to look optimal depending on the applicable heads attached.
I hear you. We’ve been discussing the Emoli or A123s for different applications. This might come into play with the 18650 sizes as well.