Show your lights with trits!

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engineeringmatt09

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If you love trits, you've got to have a Jeff Hanko light... :)
Better yet, have more than a few... :devil:
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Man those lights are freaking amazing, I can only imagine how much for all that !!!!!!

One day in distant future I can afford such masterpieces!!!! At least one like that's all black laying down on left :)
 

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Man those lights are freaking amazing, I can only imagine how much for all that !!!!!!
One day in distant future I can afford such masterpieces!!!! At least one like that's all black laying down on left :)

Thanks, Matt! :) I can only say that Custom flashlights are definitely more affordable than Custom knives, pens and watches. ;)

Ah, you have a good eye for the exotic, Matt! That's a one of a kind Zirconium Twisted Trident 67 (67 Trits) that was Jeff's personal light for a short while. :D

I've said it before and I'll say it again, you can get a Ti Twisted Trident customized with Trits for an amazing price. I've seen you building up your light collection since you got started and I can tell you, the TTT is definitely a good piece to start off with.
 

Captain50

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Wow guys, these are all incredible works of art. I just finished up reading all the thread pages and most of the jhanko tribute thread.

I've always enjoyed having tritium on my ccw sights, key chain frobs and other edc items but never thought about it on lights. Needless to say, I've gotta join the club but I have no idea where to start, most of my edc lights are small fenix, streamlight etc models and have no room for trit milling. What torches do you guys recommend to start with?

I see the v10r was a popular model, and one that appeals to me but doesnt seem as popular anymore. Is this light still a contender? Are modders still manufacturing trit parts for these?

Secondly I see a lot of Hanko's ex11 masterpieces around. How are these compared to the v10r's? Is there anything slightly smaller that Jeff makes with trits for easier edc?

Sorry for all the questions,
 

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Toby Pra Berlin TiWorks
1 BeadBomb V1, 3 BeadBombs V2, 1 GlowWorm V1 and 1 GlowWorm V2

 
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RGRAY

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Here is my Hydrogen -3 collection.
Lummi locator bead ss
Stair brass
Synodeyths brass
Synodeyths brass
Synodeyths copper

 
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Dr. Mario

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Those are some nice flashlights! :drool:

I envision some custom flashlights stubbed with Tritium vials in my future. :D
 

Dr. Mario

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Finally installed the Tritium vial in the tailcap of my custom blacklight flashlight.

Now, the filed Tritium slot may not be the most glamorous thing but I did take my time in doing so with needle files slowly and carefully. There is one tiny air bubble, but I am not too worried, as long as I can see the green light from the Tritium vial.

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