Alright, let’s start with some specs.
LED: Cree XP-G2 R5 LED with a lifespan of 20+years of run time.
Battery: 1 AAA battery
Dimesion: 70mm(length) 14mm(head diameter)
Weight: 12 gram without battery.
Reflector: OP Reflector
Aircraft quality aluminum body structure.
Premium Type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish.
Waterproof to IPX-8 standard.
Convenient twist switch.
Output and run time: Firefly: 0.04 Lm(115h), Low: 12 Lm(6.3h), High: 120Lm(0.5h), Strobe:120Lm(1 hour)
One handed operation.
First, I thought my Chinese Ultrafire Mini Cree torch was small
Then, I bought an Olight S10. And considered it small
But then, I got a Thrunite Ti3 🙂
Low price and good quality
Powerful for such a small flashlight
Removable pocket clip that can be used to attach the flashlight to a hat
Powered by a cheap and readily available AAA battery
Very small and lightweight
Three reasonably spaced out outputs
No buttons means you practically can’t occidentally switch it on
Waterproof (to a degree)
Rather complicated mode memory
Too well hidden strobe
Very yellow light that seems dimmer than is supposed to be
Just an FYI there are two versions of this light if I remember and one is yellower than the other. I have one of theses in titanium color on my keys. It works great for what it is.
Thanks. I had no idea. Have you seen them both side-by-side? Do they seem to differ in terms of light intesity?