*New* Lumintop Titanium Tool

MikeSalt

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Lumintop TOOL Ti

I've done a search, and cannot yet see this mentioned in the forums. It looks like Lumintop are releasing a Titanium version of the TOOL. That could be a very nice addition, particularly with a bit of 'vn' treatment.
 

Javora

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Re: Lumintop TOOL Ti

Great find and looks like a good light to. Not sure what the price is but I like the tail switch. Wish it had the modes of a Ti3.
 

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Re: Lumintop TOOL Ti

I might just snag one if I can get a Nichia version and the price isn't too bad. Certainly has a neat look to it, and it would replace the Maratac Ti I sold due to poor tint.
 

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Re: Lumintop TOOL Ti

Awesome find, thats my new work key edc light !!!! love it, very smart and a nichia to boot!
 

jon_slider

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The new Titanium Lumintop Tool has a new tailswitch that Allows Tail Standing! It also has a key ring attachment option that I like much better than previous versions. And continuing with their latest High CRI option, the New Titanium Tool will have an N219 option, in addition to the Low CRI XPG2.

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Looks groovy! I'm disappointed with my Fenix LD02, as the button is constantly activated in my pocket... I wonder if this would be less prone to turning on accidentally.
 

jon_slider

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Looks groovy! I'm disappointed with my Fenix LD02, as the button is constantly activated in my pocket... I wonder if this would be less prone to turning on accidentally.

good question, I have no experience with the LD02 but from photos I can see the button sticks out, so if the light gets sideways in the bottom of a pocket, maybe thats the perfect storm for activation. You might benefit from using a half twist to lockout the light.. though at that point you might as well just have a twisty light.

Which pocket, of which kind of pants, do you have accidental activation? I pocket carry a Lumintop Tool, its button sticks out a LOT. I have not had any accidental activation, I think because I carry in a vest pocket, which maybe does not produce the pressure you experience with a pants pocket.

I think people who carry clickies using a pocket clip, or vertically next to a back pocket wallet, might not have the accidental activation issue your carry mode creates. I actually prefer twisties myself, I dont get accidental activation, and the light is shorter and weighs slightly less than a clickie.

But the new switch on the TiTool definitely interests me, as tailstanding is a priority feature for me.
 

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Ven, I want this light as well!!!


:laughing: 2 wants make a need

Perfect for my work light, replace my well served tis which has been great. I really like the small cooyoo quantum on my car keys due to size/output ratio, not as important on work keys . This looks a real nice bit or light:D
 

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good question, I have no experience with the LD02 but from photos I can see the button sticks out, so if the light gets sideways in the bottom of a pocket, maybe thats the perfect storm for activation. You might benefit from using a half twist to lockout the light.. though at that point you might as well just have a twisty light.

Which pocket, of which kind of pants, do you have accidental activation? I pocket carry a Lumintop Tool, its button sticks out a LOT. I have not had any accidental activation, I think because I carry in a vest pocket, which maybe does not produce the pressure you experience with a pants pocket.

I think people who carry clickies using a pocket clip, or vertically next to a back pocket wallet, might not have the accidental activation issue your carry mode creates. I actually prefer twisties myself, I dont get accidental activation, and the light is shorter and weighs slightly less than a clickie.

But the new switch on the TiTool definitely interests me, as tailstanding is a priority feature for me.

Thanks for the thoughts. I had a Fenix twistie and lost it. Guess I'll go AAA twistie shopping...
 

snowlover91

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Wow I really like this light, the Nichia option is nice too. Any ideas on the UI? Mode memory?
 
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