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Thread: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from EU

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    Default Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from EU

    I'm offering a titanium host that consists of the following components:


    -Delghi A2 titanium head with bezel ring (does not include a window, reflector and light engine).


    -1x123 Titan Body E-C, Ti6Al4V, E-series compatible head threads, C-series compatible tailcap threads, includes O-rings.


    -C-series compatible titanium tailcap, Ti6Al4V, includes a brass screw-in holder for a McClickie switch and a McClickie rubber boot (does not include the McClickie switch)


    All parts are fully lego-capable. Body and tailcap are made by myself. My idea was to have a light with better ergonomics than what most E-series tailcaps can offer, and to be able to change batteries without removing the head. The light is very comfortable in the „cigar grip“, and besides that, it simply looks cool this way.


    The finsih is not immaculate as is the nature of things with titanium, but the parts are well-made and threads have the right amount of tightness without being rough. I took a lot of images in an effort to best show what you can expect.


    The McLux PD in the last pics is only shown for size comparison, it is not included in the sale.


    I'm asking $300/€200 including shipping to the US or Europe. This is totally out of proportion when I think about how many hours I spent at the lathe making the custom parts, but obviously nobody could be expected to pay for a labor of love.







































    Last edited by dcjs; 07-01-2011 at 11:31 AM.
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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    Hey David,

    I am interested. Can you tell me what fits potentially in that head? Is it Aleph sized (for McGizmo light engines)? And the size of the front window opening (in case I have glass already)?

    I would be primarily interested in the body and tail, if you'd be willing to entertain the idea of just those two pieces, shoot me a PM.

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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    I'd hate to see it parted, but I would be interested in the head -

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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    as per our PMs, and

    Please, check PM's for shipping details. Thank you.
    light your lite . ...

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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    Back up if Octaf changes his mind (which he will not )
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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    Quote Originally Posted by precisionworks View Post
    Back up if Octaf changes his mind (which he will not )
    hi, precisionworks.

    If I ever sell it back, you'll be the first one to be informed.
    light your lite . ...

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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    If I ever sell it back, you'll be the first one to be informed.
    Thank you

    That head would look awesome with a trit between every groove.
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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    Quote Originally Posted by precisionworks View Post
    Thank you

    That head would look awesome with a trit between every groove.

    I see, Steve Ku has Ti light called "Gavina" at the market place under his dealer's thread, which has 6 trits around the head just like you said, I personally don't like too many trits in a single light,
    Thanks for your suggestion, though
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    Default Re: Titanium host: Delghi A2 head, 1x123 titanium E-C body , titanium C tailcap, from

    Just received the light.

    Thanks for your beautiful creation ! cheers,
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