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    Default Are there any titanium lights with Cree MC-E emitters?

    One thing my collection doesn't have is a Cree MC-E based light, but I'm so spoiled by titanium that I'd rather not go back to aluminum to get one. What are my options, if any, if I want to stay in the realm of titanium lights? All I really want is a nice small Ti light with an MC-E that I can use when I really just want maximum output, runtime be damned, or when I feel like sending an old RCR123 to the gulag. Any suggestions?

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    Can you afford custom built or modified titanium lights? If so, just have something built or modified for you by one of the custom builders/modders here.

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    Default Re: Are there any titanium lights with Cree MC-E emitters?

    Sabrewolfe's Chimera Mini is available here.

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    Default Re: Are there any titanium lights with Cree MC-E emitters?

    Interesting; I've seen the Chimera Mini before, but I didn't realize it had an MC-E in it. I'm looking for something more traditionally-styled, though, something like the Lumapower D-Mini EX but made from Ti.

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    Spy tri-v

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    Default Re: Are there any titanium lights with Cree MC-E emitters?

    Olight M20 Titanium Warrior, bright like MC-E but without donut hole.

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    Default Re: Are there any titanium lights with Cree MC-E emitters?

    Yeah, I'd sure like to have a Tri-V, but an ever-growing voice in my head is telling me I'd never use it for fear of losing it. It would suck if I lost a Gizmo, but it wouldn't be the end of the world. I think the world might end if I bought a $1000+ flashlight and then lost the damn thing.

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