Ti2 Sentinel X Aluminum Cache

Ti2 Sentinel X Aluminum Cache

Posted June 18, 2013 at 6:48pm
by Yoav Levytam
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The Ti2 Sentinel X is a lightweight aluminum, water-tight storage cylinder for keeping critical items safe. In a pinch, it can also be used to boil/sterlize water over an open flame. The design features 12 small slots for attaching a myriad of lanyards, paracord, clips, etc and one large loop for carabiners, larger straps, molle gear.. or just about anything!

Water Tight: The “X” is tested water tight and features Twin orings for redundancy. The orings are made from food grade silicone and able to withstand temperatures required to boil water.

Strength: The “X” is strength optimized using CAD parasolid modeling resulting in a unique ribbed/skeletonized design. We are using aircraft grade 6061-T6 aluminum in its construction.

Lightweight: At just 400 grams the “X” offers a minimal weight footprint. An excellent way to safe hold 18+ cubic inches (11 fluid ounces) of critical gear.

Finishes: The Sentinel X is offered in 2 versions of Type 3, hard anodized coating. The Sentinel X1 is Type 3 Class 1 hard anodized and is food grade. Due to the anodizing process it comes in a greyish-bronze color and your choice of regular or satin finish (check out comparison photo below). This anodizing process is typically used for military applications where durability is critical. Also, this coating is common on aluminum cookware such as pots and frying pans offering excellent flame resistance. The Sentinel X2 is Type 3, Class 2, NON food grade and available in Black, Olive Drab and Brown satin finish only. Both the X1 and X2 exhibit the same durability properties.

The Ti2 Sentinel X is 2.5 inches in diameter and 8 inches in length. Internally it is 2 inches in diameter and 6 inches in length. The Kickstarter project has already surpassed its goal but you can back the project to be one of the first to get one.


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