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    Thumbs up Re: Ti-Lights collectors --> ElektroLumens EDC titanium!

    Here's a photo of two rare titanium heavy duty lights (2 of 3 and #3 of 3) from this thread:

    http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/sho...d.php?t=198446

    I really like the thick walls. These lights are huge and possibly the strongest flashlights I ever will see. These are Wayne's "EDC" lights -- but sadly he has no plans to make more in Ti (but he still produces them in aluminum.)

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    "TB Ti 38mm" - One of a kind!

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    OMG you have one of the nicest TB's i have ever seen...
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    Default Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors

    Quote Originally Posted by bf1 View Post

    "TB Ti 38mm" - One of a kind!
    My light that is on top in the picture below is very similar but not identical
    These might both be one of a kind.

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    Default Re: Ti-Lights collectors --> ElektroLumens EDC titanium!

    Quote Originally Posted by reptiles View Post
    Here's a photo of two rare titanium heavy duty lights (2 of 3 and #3 of 3) from this thread:

    http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/sho...d.php?t=198446

    I really like the thick walls. These lights are huge and possibly the strongest flashlights I ever will see. These are Wayne's "EDC" lights -- but sadly he has no plans to make more in Ti (but he still produces them in aluminum.)

    Yeah, I like the thick wall, too.
    This light looks like a tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by easilyled View Post
    My light that is on top in the picture below is very similar but not identical
    These might both be one of a kind.


    Hello, easilyled.

    Yours & bf1's looks almost identical except the head bezel.
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    Thumbs up Re: Ti-Lights collectors --> ElektroLumens EDC titanium!

    Quote Originally Posted by octaf View Post
    Yeah, I like the thick wall, too.
    This light looks like a tank.
    This light could survive being run over by a tank. Amazing.

    =MM
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    Thumbs up Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors - Chimera Mini

    Greetings,

    The Chimera Mini is one of my favorite lights and the one I EDC.

    The light is flat, warm-white LED, all titanium case and clip, has 16Gig USB flash drive, and 5 adjustable levels. It is rechargable via USB.

    Designed and built by Sabrewolf
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...d.php?t=226554

    I believe it is still in production.

    This one exhibits an experimental "raindrop" pattern which is my attempt at making it more unique.

    Regards,

    Mark

    The large raindrop in the center (under the tritium) is the switch




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    Very awesome pictures...
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    Thumbs up Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors - Chimera Mini IN COLOR

    Greetings,

    I recently enlisted the services of Ruben Calo http://www.calocustomknives.com after seeing some of his spectacular work in flame anodizing and texturing titanium, to modify my second Chimera Mini.

    These are Ruben's pictures (posted with permission), as I am still waiting for the light to come back from South America.

    Hope you like them. When I get it back, I might powder coat it in clear gloss and return it to Sabrewolf to install the internals.









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    Default Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors - Chimera Mini IN COLOR

    Quote Originally Posted by reptiles View Post
    I recently enlisted the services of Ruben Calo http://www.calocustomknives.com after seeing some of his spectacular work in flame anodizing and texturing titanium, to modify my second Chimera Mini.
    Spectacular is the word! That is amazing - beautiful work!
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    Default Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors - Chimera Mini IN COLOR

    Quote Originally Posted by DM51 View Post
    Spectacular is the word! That is amazing - beautiful work!
    +1
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    Thanks reptiles, for the beautiful pic's.

    Do you edc this unique item?

    And what do you use it for, mostly ?

    I'm curious.


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    Thumbs up Re: Hello Ti-Lights collectors

    Quote Originally Posted by octaf View Post
    Thanks reptiles, for the beautiful pic's.

    Do you edc this unique item?

    And what do you use it for, mostly ?

    I'm curious.


    Hi, I actually am still waiting for the color/textured light to get back to me. Ruben (flame artist) is located in Argentina.

    But I do carry a standard Chimera Mini. I use the USB flash drive to carry computer and network repair software, and occasionally movies or music.

    I'm involved in ham radio, emergency services, homeland security training, and find a myriad of uses everyday for the light. Since it is flat and easy to carry, its always with me.

    I'll probably carry the colorized version as well. In many ways it is better for EDC as I don't have to worry about everyday bumps or scratches.

    More photos are located here: http://www.calocustomknives.com/docs/galleryjewelry.htm


    Thanks for your interest.

    =Mark
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    Hello, folks.

    Completed Jet Ti Brothers.
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    Those Jetbeams look nice.

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    Thanks Light11.

    Actually it's a lot of Ti-meats for the money.
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    Nothing finer than big TB Sweetness!!


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    No doubt TB's one of the finest.

    Thanks for the beautiful pic's, EricMack.
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    Time for some pic's. Gatlight beauty.





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    The Gatlight and the trinity of JetBeams are very impressive indeed octaf.
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    Thanks, easilyled.

    Some more pic's of Gat beauty with traditional string instrument.

    I think 12 columns of V3 goes well with the set of strings.



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    I'm intrigued about the instrument. What is it called and what are its origins?
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    It's instrument called Gayageum, and here's one of the youtube playing that string instrument. You can find many google searches.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo_O57ZBlFI
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    Quote Originally Posted by octaf View Post
    It's instrument called Gayageum, and here's one of the youtube playing that string instrument. You can find many google searches.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo_O57ZBlFI
    Very interesting. Thanks for the link.
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    For me, it would be the LS20, of which I have two. I have never found myself really attatched to my LS27. I find it too big to pocket easily, and too short to hold comfortably. It makes me feel like I'm missing something when I read all the love for that light. No doubt it's an amazing design. Someone tell me what I'm missing before I sell it!

    Great pics of some amazing pieces here, people. Thanks for sharing.

    Great thread, Octaf!

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by I'mGatMan! View Post
    For me, it would be the LS20, of which I have two. I have never found myself really attatched to my LS27. I find it too big to pocket easily, and too short to hold comfortably. It makes me feel like I'm missing something when I read all the love for that light. No doubt it's an amazing design. Someone tell me what I'm missing before I sell it!

    Great pics of some amazing pieces here, people. Thanks for sharing.

    Great thread, Octaf!

    Jason
    Thanks Jason.

    I have LS20 & LS27 myself. If you feel uncomfortable holding LS27 in your hand, then I suppose you have a really big hand. What I like about LS27 over LS20 is its beam, esp, low beam. And of course, LS20 is much better for pocket carry, or neck carry I suppose.
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    Muyshondt Nautilus Ti.

    It's not a Spy 007, Chimera or a Gatlight but for some reason I just love the little thing more than just about any light I've ever had (except my old reliable HDS).

    I hope that's not some sign that I'm coming unhinged .

    Lots of beautiful lights on this thread. Pardon my excessive salivation...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxfyre View Post
    Muyshondt Nautilus Ti.

    It's not a Spy 007, Chimera or a Gatlight but for some reason I just love the little thing more than just about any light I've ever had (except my old reliable HDS).

    I hope that's not some sign that I'm coming unhinged .

    Lots of beautiful lights on this thread. Pardon my excessive salivation...
    Having CR2 Ti Ion, I think I understand how you feel about Nautilus Ti.
    I believe it's a wonderful light.

    I love Ion, Raw, J2 as a neck carry light, just like a pendant. And it looks good, too, around your neck and on your body. Sometimes I go up to a size of Bitz Ti as a pendant. I suppose Nautilus and Bitz are about the same size.
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