They seem to check all the boxes for me. The copper was a little pricier than expected but it is limited and always wanted a copper light.
If they are as good as folks describe them as I imagine they aren’t more popular due to their (lack of) marketing and the website. It is their side gig and that is cool. I like supporting smaller businesses and very much look forward to trying out something new.
I went with the HICRi and medium beam. Guessing that will be most useful in a smaller keychain light.
I am trying to figure out all the battery/ model compatibilities. I do love vampire lights and long runners even if they aren’t that bright.
If anyone feels the urge to post some pictures of an Eiger HICRi Beamshots that isn’t on a wall, or just some more recent size comparisons that would be cool. If not, I will wait and do it myself when I get it.
I appreciate the info given and am working my way through the Peak threads. Seem a bit dead and old. Some really cool looking designs from years past though!
Yep as far as I know they are a super small machine shop that dabbles in flashlights. So they don’t market much, and are sometimes slow in communicating, but the lights are really well made. I hadn’t had any Peaks in many years but just recently picked up a SS Logan and I then remembered how nice they are and wondered why I didn’t keep some all along. You do get a lot of quality for the price, IMO. I think once you get it in you will appreciate it.
I believe some of the copper Eiger models run 10440 only, so this may be moot. But if yours runs on either 10440 or primaries, I can tell you it’s much brighter on 10440. If I can get a decent Beamshots later I will. No promises.
They are fantastic lights. And the owner , Robyn, is a great person to deal with.
I have mostly had eigers and one Logan. I currently have an eiger ultra with narrow optic in brass. Such fantastic lights. Built like a tank