Received my Titan Pink last 12-30-2015. Very nice, anodized with intense fuchsia that looks thick and very resistant; no problem regarding the centering of LED, O-ring or tube capacity to accommodate any battery. The light tint is between cold light and neutral, I think it's a nice 2B, + - 5500K, slightly greenish on low and pure white in high. high level is enaugh powerfull for Outdoor, and low for indoor indoors, it's a very good deal of levels. The light beam is impeccable, perfect, not too bubbler or too concentrated, I think it's the best I've seen.
Only one problem: The low level not entered at first. The threads came very lubricated with oil, the head of the flashlight turned very gently, but did not fit the low level except if you wait at least 10 seconds with the flashlight off. I cleaned several times the threads with tissues, but the problem is not resolved.
After three days, I returned to clean, viciously, insistently, the threads, until they were completely free of lubricating oil. Now the flashlight does not thread in a gentle way, but in a somewhat rough, but the problem of the low level has been resolved. Just twisty, low mode, another twisty, high, another twisty, low again. Now it works perfectly.
¡hears: I have had to clean the threads with great fury!
The purple conexion:
Left, Titan Pink; right, XP-G2 2B:
Left, Titan pink; right, XP-G2 3D:
Comparison of beams and tints (not power, because the batterys aren't equivalents). Left, Titan Pink; midle, LD01 SS XP-G; right, Maratac Rev3 XP-G2