SureFire Titan-A

New SureFire Titan-A


Just a few months after debuting their largest LED flashlight, the UDR Dominator, SureFire is ready to make waves again with the introduction of their smallest, the Titan-A.  Designed as an ultra-compact keychain light, the upcoming Titan-A is the first SureFire flashlight powered by an included rechargeable AAA Eneloop NiMH battery or AAA alkaline (not included).

Simple counterclockwise twists of the head allow the user to activate the Titan-A and select one of its two operating modes – a maximum of 125 lumens (for 30 minutes) and a longer running 15 lumen level (2 hours).  A proprietary faceted reflector is used to create a wide and evenly dispersed beam suited for close-range use.

The Titan-A bears a strong family resemblance to the previous Titan, the T1A, with its compact size, aluminum construction, and black hard-anodized finish.  However, this latest iteration is noticeably smaller, measuring only 3″ (76.2 mm) long and .58″ (14.7 mm) in diameter.  It is also considerably lighter, weighing in at only 1 ounce (28 grams).

SureFire Titan-A

Not only is the Titan-A sized to fit easier in the pocket, it is priced to be gentler to the wallet.  It is currently slated to have a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $59.99.

Edit 1/26/2015: Be sure to check out the full overview of the SureFire 2015 new products for more information and photos of the Titan along with its big brother, the Titan Plus!

The Titan-A will make its formal debut at the 2015 SHOT Show® next week.  Stay tuned for more news and first-hand reports from the show!  Sign up for e-mail notifications at the bottom of this page so you don’t miss any of the news next week.

While waiting to hear what’s next, be sure to check out the exclusive behind the scenes look at SureFire’s Southern California manufacturing facilities.

SureFire Titan-A

All images courtesy of SureFire, LLC.


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