new Jeff Hanko Ti Twisted Trident, Stonewashed.

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Really nice to see a new light, Jeff work is among the best.

[h=3]Product Description[/h] Jeff Hanko Twisted Trident Flashlights.
Titanium Body, Bezel and Pocket Clip.


Key features of the HMW Twisted Trident;

- Made of grade 5 titanium with stonewash finish.

- Ti Stamped Pocket Clip by Steel Flame.

- Neutral tint (5000K) Cree XP-G2 LED's with the brightest available S3 bin.

- Narrow spot frosted optic.

- Uses 18350 cell. Does NOT use CR123.

- 3 amp driver with Guppydrv firmware. 22 user selectable groups. Something for everyone with no complicated programming required. All lights are shipped with user group 11 loaded.

- Solid C110 copper heat sink for the greatest thermal mass.

- The entire LED/Noctigon copper PCB/copper heat sink assembly is all reflow soldered at the same time using silver solder. No thermal adhesives or compounds of any kind used anywhere. The result is unmatched thermal transfer and reliability for reliable, long life.

EDC Knives and HMW thank you for purchasing this fine work of art from Jeff Hanko!

Your HMW torch can be modified to contain luminous devices. Please write to Sales@HankoMachineWorks for more information! Thank you for your interest and support!


To switch mode groups:

Rapidly tap the switch 8 times, holding the last tap. The light will then enter the programming mode and begin to flash. With the light in programming mode, tap the switch the same number of times as your desired mode group. The light will blink and your mode group will be memorized.
Example:
To select mode group 3, tap the switch 8 times quickly to enter programming mode. As soon as the light enters programming mode and starts flashing, tap the switch three times (for group 3). The light will blink to recognize the mode group change.

To set the turbo timer:

Rapidly tap the switch 8 times, the light will then enter the programming mode and begin to flash. With the light in programming mode, tap the switch 30 times to enter the turbo timer set mode. The light will then switch to 100% power. When the light is at the desired temperature for the turbo step down, turn the light off. The turbo timer will then be set. Turbo timer drops down to 50% output.

User Selectable Groups:

1. 2% - 25% - 100% | Memory
2. 100% - 25% - 2% | No Memory
3. 2% - 25% - 100% - Strobe - Beacon | Memory
4. 2% - 25% - 100% - Strobe - Beacon | No Memory
5. 15% - 100% | Memory
6. 100% - 15% | No Memory
7. 100% Only
8. 100% - Strobe | No Memory
9. Strobe - 100% | No Memory
10. ML - 5% - 33% - 100% | Memory
11. 100% - 33% - 5% - ML | No Memory
12. ML - 5% - 33% - 100% - Strobe - Beacon | Memory
13. ML - 5% - 33% - 100% - Strobe - Beacon | No Memory
14. ML - 100% | No Memory
15. 100% - ML | No Memory
16. ML - 100% | Memory
17. ML - 5% - 15% - 50% - 100% | Memory
18. ML - 5% - 15% - 50% - 100% | No Memory
19. 100% - 50% - 15% - 5% - ML | Memory
20. 100% - 50% - 15% - 5% - ML | No Memory
21. 2% - 15% - 50% - 100% | Memory
22. 2% - 15% - 50% - 100% | No Memory
 

saypat

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Sales@HankoMachineWorks


doesn't appear to be a valid address?
 

IsaacL

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Have to have a domain name (eg .com) to the end of the address.
 

IsaacL

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Ugh. Was staying away from costly customs but this is very tempting.

I'm with you there Gunga! I'd be all over this if I hadn't just made some other purchases...:sigh: Timing couldn't be worse.
 

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Thank you for this thread Chipwillis!


Now available from Jeff Hanko at EDC Knives A beautiful and practical triple LED flashlight! Stonewashed Titanium, Steel Flame Pocket Clips! A nice thing about this Hanko Machine Works light is that the cost of entry is lower since it doesn't have glowy bits when you buy it. You can add self luminous devices later if you like as a 'pro shop' upgrade! It's built like a tank to last generations and the twisted design looks -and- feels great!

Key features of the HMW Twisted Trident;



  • Made of grade 5 titanium with stonewash finish.
  • OAL is 3.48" (88.4mm). Diameter is .995" (25.3mm).
  • Neutral tint (5000K) Cree XP-G2 LED's with the brightest available S3 bin.
  • Uses 18350 cell. Does not use CR123. Drives light engine @ 10 Watts
  • Narrow spot frosted optic.
  • Uses 18350 cell. Does not use CR123.
  • 3 amp driver with Guppydrv firmware. 22 user selectable groups. Something for everyone with no complicated programming required. All lights are shipped with user group 11 loaded.
  • Solid C110 copper heat sink for the greatest thermal mass.
  • The entire LED/Noctigon copper PCB/copper heat sink assembly is all reflow soldered at the same time using silver solder. No thermal adhesives or compounds of any kind used anywhere. The result is unmatched thermal transfer and reliability for reliable, long life.


It's noteworthy that the Twisted Trident does not come with any luminous devices. ;) This was intended to both lower the price of a Jeff Hanko Custom flashlight as well as satisfy those who have no desire for luminous devices. If you compare the cost of a HMW EX11.2 with 20 vials to a Twisted Trident with 20 vials added, they're the same price! And of course everyone can choose their own colors, quantities, sizes and patterns! This allows you to personalize and customize your light!

The Trident provides a platform for additional modification to customize the light uniquely while reducing the initial cost of ownership. Inlays, engraving and complex patterns of luminous devices are some ways to make your T3 one of a kind.

For a small surcharge Jeff will do custom designs for slotting, within some bounds of simplicity. For more cost, Jeff will explore more complex designs with you. You could use multiple sized elements to achieve different patterns. |-| /\/\ and such patterns are simple for instance. Lettering patterns are even possible with the right sized elements, but are in the complex range of course.

 
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