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    Quote Originally Posted by bf1 View Post
    Beautiful lights as well as your photos.
    Thanks, B
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  2. #242

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlthev View Post
    octaf, what light do you have in the middle of your photo? LOve the cross-hatching!


    Karl

    Hello, Karl.

    All three lights here are made by kuku427.
    From left to right;
    1. Titanium EX10, but with bigger head, they call it fatty EX10
    2. Titanium D10, exactly same as D10, but Ti
    3. Volere Ti by ku.

    Only 12 or so made - Ti D10 & fatty Ti EX10,
    and about 40 made - Ti Volere.

    Ti clips are made by Moddoo, recently.

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  3. #243

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGizmo View Post
    That logo is Suncor's logo. I was working for them at the time and this is a Ti-biner that was made for Suncor by a company in the Ukrane. This was my design and I even went to the trouble of getting a provisional patent on it. Unfortunately it took for ever to get from prototypes to a small production run and the provisional patent expired, I ran out of interest and resources, left Suncor and got involved in LED flashlights.

    Pre-production Proto:


    Wow, Don.

    It is something good that I now know that it is your original design.
    To bad that this Titanium Biner is not named after you, like other small McGizmo clips.

    I always had been wondering about this Ti biner, and at last, I ordered it from Berkeley Point, and it was about their last one in stock.

    I received and saw this strange logo, seemed nothing to do with Berkeley point, so I emailed and ask them what this logo was.

    They said they do not have a clue on this.

    Then I posted it up here, and all I could think of was "Starlin Gear".

    Now, thanks to Mossyoak, I found what logo it was, and thanks to you, Don, I know that it is your design.

    I'm very happy, now.
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  4. #244

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGizmo View Post
    I missed Mossyoak's post, my bad. I didn't need to chime in here.
    Thank you, Don. It makes world of difference.
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  5. #245

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    Quote Originally Posted by taewoopa View Post
    Mystery solved !
    That's right, taewoopa.
    I know you own lots of starlin gear and said "no" in the beginning.

    I had my interests in this Ti biner, but never really knew how big it was.

    And when I received it, wow I was shocked. (nearly size of my iphone)

    Not for key chain ring, or any cute operation.

    But, I like it anyway, so I'll find my way to make good use out of it.



    Last edited by octaf; 08-15-2010 at 08:38 PM. Reason: update
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    Quote Originally Posted by octaf View Post
    That's right, taewoopa.
    I know you own lots of starlin gear and said "no" in the beginning.

    I had my interests in this Ti biner, but never really knew how big it was.

    And when I received it, wow I was shocked. (nearly size of my iphone)

    Not for key chain ring, or any cute operation.

    But, I like it anyway, so I'll find my way to make good use out of it.




    Nice and very practical key holder !
    J.J

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  7. #247

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    Quote Originally Posted by taewoopa View Post
    Nice and very practical key holder !

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    Actually I used mine for a keyholder for quite awhile. It was really convenient when I went out to do woodwork at school and hung my keys on a cabinet door knob, most clips weren't big enough to fit over the knob. It turned out to be pretty nice, now I use a D22 carabiner, and am considering (the ill advised) purchase of a Droid Biner.
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  9. #249

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65535 View Post
    Actually I used mine for a keyholder for quite awhile. It was really convenient when I went out to do woodwork at school and hung my keys on a cabinet door knob, most clips weren't big enough to fit over the knob. It turned out to be pretty nice, now I use a D22 carabiner, and am considering (the ill advised) purchase of a Droid Biner.
    Hmm, nice.

    I was in search for the D22 Ti biner, too.
    Not the big one, but small one.
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  10. #250

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaFABRICATA View Post
    McGizmo Sapphire with an twist...



    Now sporting a neutral XP-E
    Very nice mod, DaFab !
    I suppose you've done it yourself !
    Is it much brighter than the original now ?

    cheers,
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  11. #251

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    XP-E R2 drop-in w/smooth reflector & XR-E R2 drop-in w/OP reflector in my Fireworm F1 Titanium Host.

    As many said, it seems that smooth reflector with XP-E, or XP-G LED doesn't mean that much.

    I'll post some beamshot when possible.

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  12. #252

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    Here's beamshot of these two.

    XP-E w/smooth reflector (stock) & XR-E w/OP (deal extreme cheap module).

    XR-E w/OP is much brighter and it out-throws the stock one.



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    Titanium 47ers..





    Last edited by taewoopa; 08-26-2010 at 06:48 AM.
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    What a family you've got there !
    Thank for sharing your beautiful pic's.

    Do you like 47 lights better than Fenix lights, in general?
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    Here are pics of my recent acquisition.
    It is EDC-Titanium from Elektrolumens.

    It is beautiful and heavy , Ti though.





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    The Ti Elektrolumens EDC looks great JJ.
    Which led is inside it and what battery configuration is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by easilyled View Post
    The Ti Elektrolumens EDC looks great JJ.
    Which led is inside it and what battery configuration is it?
    L.E is Cree MCE LED ( around 900 Lumens) and a 18650 Lithium battery is needed .
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  18. #258

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    Quote Originally Posted by taewoopa View Post
    Here are pics of my recent acquisition.
    It is EDC-Titanium from Elektrolumens.

    It is beautiful and heavy , Ti though.





    Hey, taewoopa.

    This wayne's light looks much much better than the older version.

    And the custom Ti tail switch is a super duper !

    Now, you make me wanna order one.

    cheers,
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  19. #259

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    Here's previous version of Ti-EDC by wayne.
    Pic's from reptiles' post.
    Actually, not much changes, but it looks really different and modern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octaf View Post
    Hey, taewoopa.
    This wayne's light looks much much better than the older version.....
    Yes I really like the styling on this one. Also the tail-switch is recessed so that it can tail-stand which is always a big plus for me.
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    My two latest Ti lights:







    McLuxIII Ti XR19-C-XP-G and Zeno Cube XP-G.

  22. #262

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    Quote Originally Posted by donn_ View Post
    My two latest Ti lights:







    McLuxIII Ti XR19-C-XP-G and Zeno Cube XP-G.
    Hi, Donn

    Thanks for sharing beautiful pic's.

    1. Is XP-G going well with McR19? I thought it matches better with McR20.

    2. How do you like your Cube? Build, usability, material, etc...
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    Hi CW,

    I already answered this, but the post was cast off into the ether by the balky database.

    The Ti Cube is just as stoutly built as my previously owned SS model. Thick-walled and much heavier than I expected, while not quite as heavy as the SS.

    My only complaint is the mirror-polish finish it came with. It was a fingerprint magnet, but I fixed it with a session with ScotchBrite. It's now a nice and practical satin finish.

    The XP-G makes all the difference in the world for the XR19-C. I had a stock model in the past, and it had the worst beam of any McGizmo Ti I've owned. With an XP-G and a goosed high level, it's a whole different light.

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    I know a few posts had vanished from the data base.

    Thank you Donn for re-writing it.

    I know you didn't do copy&paste.
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    Some TB / Erin / McGizmo action....
    Greetings from Germany
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    Hey, toby !

    Very attractive A1 combination.

    Orange paracord makes it even better.

    cheers,
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    PhotonFanatic lights.



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    Quote Originally Posted by taewoopa View Post
    PhotonFanatic lights.



    Beautiful lights and nice photography!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaichu dento View Post
    Beautiful lights and nice photography!
    Thanks a mil. for your compliment .
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    Hi taewoopa,thanks for you beautiful pics.I just saw these pics in another thread ,these flashlights are really so cool .
    Here are some of my collections:






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