Eagletac D3C RC Titanium
Eagletac D3C RC Titanium Flashlight
The unique beauty of Titanium
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 D3 clicky Ti is machined from titanium rod and brass cube with CNC and hand polished to a mirror-like finish.
Upgraded LED driver
D3C clicky Ti uses all-new high output A1650RC RC LED driver which offers 50% output than the original A950. It also features programmable lower-low and low output, programmable start-up level, and buck-boost feature to support both CR123A and RCR123A batteries.
We offer the highest and the latest bin available LED for maximum output. Get the XM-L2 U4 for max output, XP-L HI V3 LED for throw and Nichia 219C CRI-92 neutral white LED for the best color output.
- New D3C body style
- A1650 circuit w/ Li-ion support
- LED Copper MCPCB star board with DTP technology and direct heat path
- Glow-in-the-dark white switch boot
- Harden surface treatment
- Programmable start-up level (loose head)
- Programmable "lower-low" and "low" output
EAGTAC D3C TI
CR123A/RCR123A flashlight. A must-have for titanium collectors.
Uses XP-L HI / XM-L2 U4 LED, or Nichia 219C 4000K CRI-92 LED.
- 800/410/155/55-35-21/16-2-0.5 LED lumen (XM-L2 U4)
- 560/310/120/40-26-17/13-2-0.5 ANSI FL-1 lumen (XM-L2 U4)
- 4100 lux @ 1 meter XM-L2 LED | Beam distance: 140 yards (128 meters)
- 680 LED lumen (XP-L HI V3)
- 480 ANSI FL-1 lumen (XP-L HI V3)
- 6200 lux @ 1 meter HI LED | Beam distance: 172 yards (157 meters)
- Runtime: 0.6-1/1.5/4.5/10-18-25/50-200-300 hours
- Twist head for group output, clicky switch for on/off, and modes
- Compatible with RCR123A Li-ion Battery fitment | MRSP: $80
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 tightening or loosening the head. Slightly press the switch to switch between different outputs. For advanced operations such as programming start-up level or programming "lower-low" and "low" output, see the user-defined section here.