Pretty, but disappointing.
November 25, 2014
This is an expensive beautifully machined lump of titanium alloy. Lighting is controlled by a rotating collar, which, unfortunately, is not very snug and lacks firm detents. Three lighting levels are readily available; the other outputs are fiddly to activate. I was unable to find "Firefly" mode, I think.
I am not sure what purpose the Tritium tubes with their tiny green lights serve, but they seem to be on permanently. Perhaps they are to help find the torch in the dark. One assumes the standby current, alluded to in the instructions at 50 uA., covers these green specks of light.
In summary, a decorative piece of sculpted metal, but functionality could be improved, in my opinion.
Pros:Pretty and finely machined lump of titanium alloy.
Three useful light output levels.
Cons:Switching mechanism needs improvement.
Green pinpoint lights permanently on.
Expensive for what it is, even allowing for the exotic alloy.