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Features dimmable output when using li-ion.
Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal and superb corrosion resistance, making it ideal for the material choice for our limited edition pocket flashlights.
The D25 clicky Ti is machined from titanium rod with CNC and hand polished to mirror-like finish. Order your personal copy now from your EagleTac dealer before they are gone like last year.
D25 clicky Ti series is the first to use the A400RC III driver and A950RC III driver. Both feature high efficiency, clicky and twist head operation, programmable 0.5 lumen moonlight mode, optional mode memory (D25C only), added auxiliary modes (i.e. disorientated strobe, fast SOS), and most importantly dimmable feature with single li-ion.
Both limited Ti edition include a rigid holster w/retention device!
We are offering the highest and latest bin available LED for the D25 clicky Ti for maximum brightness. XM-L gives maximum overall brightness. Neutral gives you the best balance of colors during the night.
Powerful ultra-slim flashlight. Uses regular AA or 14500 li-ion. Features CREE XM-L U2, XP-G2 R5, or XM-L T6 N.W. LED.
Operations: (Basic) Press on the switch button until it clicks to switch on. Press the switch again for off. Access output groups 1 & 2 by tighten or loosen the head. Slightly press the switch to switch between different outputs. (Advance) 1) Moonlight output - dim or increase the entire output range of the group 1 output. Toggle this setting starting with head loosens, turn on the light, and then repeat tight and loose for three times. See D25A clicky for detail specifications.
* Using 3.7V li-ion significantly increase the LED output. Limit each usage to less than fives minutes or less at high and turbo output. Hold the light in your plam to help removing heat from the LED. If you find the flashlight too warm to hold, turn off the light, or lower the output to allow it to cool down. Do not leave the light running unintended.