No, I have three Q3's. One old style switch, two w/tactical switch. The tactical switches behave exactly as they should. There may be slight blink on full activation of the switch, but, it is inconsequential. The actual functioning of the switch is flawless. I believe someone on CPF explained that the reverse click switch is actually a more reliable design than normal click. Probably lower resistance, less lossy. If that is so, then didn't Nuwai incorporate the best of both worlds.Originally Posted by UnknownVT
So if the Q3 switch is a reverse click w/momentary, isn't it really better than normal click?
Functionally and practically the switch performs perfectly.
It is certainly better than carrying your formerly waterproof flashlight around half-unscrewed.
And as for so-called 'twist mode' . . . I HATE TWIST MODE!
oops, sorry for yelling.