Dawson Machine Craft Malihini Slim Flashlight Satin Aluminum (4500K)

Model #: DMC-026
Brand: Dawson Machine Craft
$295.00
In stock (Usually Ships in 24-48 Hours)

Details

This Dawson Machine Craft Malihini Slim has a satin machined aluminum body and a neutral white (4500K) output. It comes packaged with a Dragon Cut Design pouch, hand-filled date card, and pre-installed 14500 battery.

  • Custom Machined: Precision milled and hand finished aluminum body.
  • EDC Friendly: Includes a custom made titanium clip with a secure grip.
  • Fully Programmable: Uses the Dr. Jones H17Fx driver allowing for individual customization.

The Dawson Machine Craft Malihini Slim

The Malihini Slim is a slightly smaller iteration of the original Malihini design. Like the original, this flashlight is a high-quality, custom-machined and hand-finished design, perfect for pocket carry. Powered by a single 14500 battery and driven by the programmable Dr. Jones H17Fx driver, the Malihini Slim packs quite the punch. Comes complete with a handmade titanium pocket clip.

Modes & Operation

This light operates with a convenient tail switch, offering effortless mode selection. With two mode groups tailored for different environments, users can easily switch between settings optimized for indoor or outdoor use. Each mode within these groups can be fully customized, allowing for precise brightness adjustments from a range of 24 levels. Additionally, special functions such as strobe, beacon, or double-pulse blink can be configured to any desired brightness level. A programmable temperature monitoring feature ensures safe operation by automatically reducing power to prevent overheating. Instructions for programming are available on the Dawson Machine Craft website.

Specifications

Specifications
Rechargeable No
Battery Size 14500, AA
Batteries Included Yes
Overall Length 4.15"
Body Diameter 21.6 mm
Bezel Diameter 21.6 mm
Body Material Aluminum
Bulb Type Nichia 519A
Clip Material Titanium
Weight 2.90 oz.
Condition New
Country of Manufacture United States