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    Default SS Eiger QTC 10180 and 10280

    What's the weight of the SS Eiger QTC 10180 and 10280?

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    Default Re: SS Eiger QTC 10180 and 10280

    The SS Eiger QTC 10280 is 26.9g w/o battery, and 32.3g with.
    The SS Eiger QTC 10180 is 23.5g w/o battery, and 26.9g with.
    (Both without the split ring at the back, BTW)
    The head alone is 9,2g

    Hope this helps...

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    Default Re: SS Eiger QTC 10180 and 10280

    I was on the fence for one of these but the QTC changed my mind.

    ...then again I guess I could just flip the pill around and get 100% output all the time.

    It's also waaaaay too small for my hands.
    Last edited by dudemar; 11-18-2011 at 02:59 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dudemar View Post
    I was on the fence for one of these but the QTC changed my mind.
    In the peak flashlights the QTC should work much longer, than the usual QTC pills without the brass capsule. Do You know - how long the QTC is working in this flashlights? I want to buy one of them.

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    My Vesuvius lasted about a week before the QTC started to jump erratically. My Logan only took 2 days.
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