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    And speaking of stainless, several new additions.

    From L to R:

    Lumintop Tool AAA
    Vollsion AAA/10440
    Solarforce X3 AAA

    And on the far right a Univex titanium AAA/10440
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    Last edited by magellan; 09-22-2016 at 07:40 AM.
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    Nice but heavy.

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    I find AAA in stainless to be perfect. Light and small enough to fit anywhere, but yet has enough heft to it to know its there and feel of its quality.
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    I'm the same way. I like Ti lights for my keychain, but I usually carry an AAA light free in a side pants pocket with the clip removed. The Ti lights are so light I often don't feel them, and I know I've left a couple somewhere on a cushy chair or couch because they're light enough so I often can't tell they're there and just don't think about them. If I stand up I can feel the weight of the stainless and I tend not to lose them as often.
    Last edited by magellan; 09-22-2016 at 01:33 PM.
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    Maglite Solitaire LED, Lumintop Tool AAA, Thrunite Ti3 and Olight i3E-Cu EOS...


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    Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by magellan View Post
    Very nice!
    Thx... :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by magellan View Post
    Very nice!
    Thx... :cheers:

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    Barlows and AAA lights

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    Very cool. Also luv those nice Barlows!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottGabrielli View Post

    Barlows and AAA lights
    L@@King at your picture one word pops into my mind, Gentleman.

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    Edit, Style & Class. Three words.
    Never point a flashlight at anything you don't intend to illuminate! Never buy a flashlight you have to make payments on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chauncey Gardiner View Post
    L@@King at your picture one word pops into my mind, Gentleman.

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    Edit, Style & Class. Three words.
    I was thinking growing addictions. I was gifted the Beta QR V1 for Christmas 2015 and accumulated the rest since then. I have bigger lights, but the AAA ones get the most pocket time for the inherit size advantage they have over other cells (in terms of taking up pocket space in dress pants). Unfortunately non of these lights have checked off all the boxes of what I am looking for. The High CRI Peak Eigers come the closest with their continuously variable output and ability to take standard AAA or 10440s, I just don't think it's a particularly good looking light. Unfortunately I missed the boat on the CU Reylight, the LMH 219 head married to the Maratac body like I have seen on this site is really appealing to me. Until I find an equivalent I expect to continue to accumulate. Similar story with the Barlows and certain TC varieties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magellan View Post
    Good eye there! Yes, that's the CPF 15 yr. Anniv. edition.

    I gotta post an updated photo with the new additions.
    Well? ....... Now would be good. How's the new SS ReVO? Did you attempt to clean-up the little ding it had on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottGabrielli View Post
    I was thinking growing addictions. I was gifted the Beta QR V1 for Christmas 2015 and accumulated the rest since then. I have bigger lights, but the AAA ones get the most pocket time for the inherit size advantage they have over other cells (in terms of taking up pocket space in dress pants). Unfortunately non of these lights have checked off all the boxes of what I am looking for. The High CRI Peak Eigers come the closest with their continuously variable output and ability to take standard AAA or 10440s, I just don't think it's a particularly good looking light. Unfortunately I missed the boat on the CU Reylight, the LMH 219 head married to the Maratac body like I have seen on this site is really appealing to me. Until I find an equivalent I expect to continue to accumulate. Similar story with the Barlows and certain TC varieties.
    For a while most of my collecting was CR2 or 10180, 10280, etc., lights. But there are so many AAA lights out there, and it continues to be an an active category with manufacturers, customizers, and popular with consumers, and AAA batteries being so readily available, that I got into those too, and I now have more AAA flashlights than any other size. You know how it goes with this hobby. If it's out there we'll collect it. :-)
    Last edited by magellan; 11-14-2016 at 05:09 AM.
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    Lumintop Tool Cu and Ti, Astrolux A01



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    Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by magellan View Post
    And speaking of stainless, several new additions.

    From L to R:

    Lumintop Tool AAA
    Vollsion AAA/10440
    Solarforce X3 AAA

    And on the far right a Univex titanium AAA/10440
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    Love the look of that Univex with the full-length knurling and clicky. That's a first time seeing one. All of these look like perfect for my pocket. Now I've got more ideas swirling. Thanks for sharing!

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    A little gray scale PL2 action
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    Very cool trio mr fixer

    Some at hand, all AAA loop fed other than the TOOLvn of Callums(10440)

    Love this little light in 219bt flavour on work keys, have another on the way i like it that much!


    Thanks Hondo for letting me know about pics, seems a photobucket issue! Posted with imgur
    Last edited by ven; 10-15-2017 at 12:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ven View Post
    Love this little light in 219bt flavour on work keys, have another on the way i like it that much!
    Ven, had you seen this thread yet? I posted some photos today on Page 3:

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-Ti-clip/page3
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    Very colorful and wonderful collection! I have three HL10s, all three colors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake royston View Post
    Took some pics of my new light this morning...

















    Great looking light. What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanedc View Post
    Great looking light. What is it?
    Liteflux LF2XT. One of the most sought after AAA's.

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    Its a nice light and all, but I don't get what makes propels it into the 'one of the most sought after' category. Please explain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeanBurn View Post
    Its a nice light and all, but I don't get what makes propels it into the 'one of the most sought after' category. Please explain.
    The UI. Look up the manual for a description of how it works. It will seem really complicated at first, but not so much once you wrap your head around it.

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    A lot of people just use the engine in a custom body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asqasu View Post
    Very colorful and wonderful collection! I have three HL10s, all three colors!
    Outstanding!
    Last edited by magellan; 05-15-2017 at 11:21 AM.
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    I'm reposting this photo of a display of my AAA lights since my Photobucket links stopped working. My thanks to CPFer RGray for giving me the case.

    http://imgbox.com/msw8rfyl
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    Very nice magellan, love the display

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    Thanks, Ven. I notice the photo is a bit blurry. I'm shooting this in our basement under fluorescent lights and I think the glare makes it hard for the iPhone camera to get a good fix. I'll see if I can take a better one.
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