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None of the photos show the button end. What kind of button is it? Clicky? Rubber? Or Electronic?
If it's anything like CountyComm's regular twist-cap AAA lights, you'll want to turn it a full 180 degrees to prevent it bumping and turning on in a pocket, anyway, so the lense will get turned toward your bag/leg/etc, and be pretty well protected, as well. Not a bad design, if you don't mind needing both hands to turn on a light.
It doesn't have a switch.
Mine arrived today.
The description states "three different brightness settings, each of which is accessed by twisting the base"... Er, no.
You twist the head anti-clockwise to unscrew it a little to turn it off. Then screw it back clockwise to turn it on. Turning it off and then on switches to another brightness setting.
I took the tail switch from another Maratac copper AAA torch, and screwed this in place of the TPF's tailcap, and this gives it a proper switch that works as I expected.