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Stainless Single cr123 clicky?

Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by THXbob, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. THXbob

    THXbob Empty Pockets

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    Hi

    I'm after a Stainless Steel or Ti that uses a single cr123 thats also a clicky on the rear. I've currently got a iTP A1 EOS in SS but I'm beginning to prefer clicky's like my Surefire E2D. I've looked at the Quark 4Sevens 123 in Ti but thats a twisty too.

    Many Thanks

    Robert
     
  2. archimedes

    archimedes EDC Junkie!!!

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    How about Sunwayman V10R Ti ? (It's titanium, of course, not steel).
     
  3. maxray

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  4. Technicolor

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    I'm also looking for a SS clicky with momentary high output. Either AA or CR123. Def can't afford the McGizmos. They look beautiful though :/
     
  5. RaceBannonLIVES!

    RaceBannonLIVES! Loaded Pockets

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    HDS Ra clicky is bulletproof, dependable & bright
     
  6. Technicolor

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    Yeah but it doesn't come in SS, as far as I can tell from their homepage. Still, their rotary looks brilliant, I might get one of those even though they are black.
     
  7. Buffalohump

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    Your best bet is a Peak LED Solutions. They have several options available in stainless. No clickies but they do offer a momentary switch. High quality and not exorbitant. Check out the new Logan QTC. That has variable output and will accept RCR cells.
     
  8. archimedes

    archimedes EDC Junkie!!!

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    Peak is a great choice - however, the OP might prefer a Pyrenees, Ural, or K2 model (all clickies), instead....
     
  9. Technicolor

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    Looking at the Peaks now, and they're not looking too shabby! But what is the difference between the Eiger QTC SS Pocket/Key and the Eiger QTC SS Lug??
     
  10. archimedes

    archimedes EDC Junkie!!!

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    Size = Key > Lug > Pocket
     
  11. Buffalohump

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    The key option includes a screw in keychain attachment so you can attach it to your keychain. The 'pocket' one is just a flat base. Then you also have the momentary switch option. The only thing with Peak is they have tons of options, it can get a bit confusing...

     
  12. archimedes

    archimedes EDC Junkie!!!

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    Yes, pocket light can tailstand (no attachment point), lug has attach point (no tailstanding), & key has attach point (removeable for tailstanding or momentary switch).
     
  13. Technicolor

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    Roger that, thanks :)