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4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition

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  • LED: CREE XP-G R5, Max Output: 189 Out-the-front (OTF) lumens
  • Material: Type-III Hard-anodized Aircraft-grade Aluminum
  • Lens: Optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides
  • Battery: One lithium CR123A (3V) - do not use rechargeable RCR123As
  • Seven output modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, SOS, Beacon (hi), Beacon (lo)


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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B0050PN9H6
  • Item model number: FS.QMini-123
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,294 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 13, 2011

Product Description

This light is the same as the new Foursevens Mini ML. The Quark Mini is the perfect every-day-carry (EDC) pocket flashlight. It is ultra compact and has a simple, easy-to-use interface (the same great interface used in the Preon 1 flashlight). Like the regular Quarks, the Mini uses the latest in LED technology, has ample knurling for a sure grip, and is at a price point affordable for everyone. Quark MiNi 123 Basic Specifications LED: CREE XP-G R5 Max Output: 189 Out-the-front (OTF) lumens Material: Type-III Hard-anodized Aircraft-grade Aluminum Lens: Optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides Water resistance: IPX-8 Battery: One lithium CR123A (3V) - do not use rechargeable RCR123As Seven Output Modes: Low: 3 OTF lumens, 150 hours Medium: 40 OTF lumens, 8 hours High: 189 OTF lumens, 1.2 hours Special (hidden) modes: Strobe 2.4 hours SOS 7.2 hours Beacon (Hi) 12 hours Beacon (Lo) 60 hours Dimensions: Length: 2.3 inches Diameter: 0.80 inches Weight: 0.62 ounces (w/o battery) Included accessories: Lanyard, split ring for keychain attachment, spare o-ring.

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I can light up the whole neighborhood.
JJC
It is an incredibly bright, easy to use, well built flashlight that is brighter than many full sized lights and fits unbelievably well on a keychain and in my pocket.
Ticktocker
It is indeed very bright for it's size and solidly built.
TJW

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Michael G. Lustig VINE VOICE on March 25, 2012
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I recently purchased the Fenix Compact 140 Lumen Flashlight, the 4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition and the Fenix PD20 CREE Q5 Mini LED Flashlight, Black, 180 Lumens, Uses 1 X CR123A Battery to replace my SureFire Executive E1 for EDC (every day carry).

All of these flashlights were brighter, lighter and smaller than my vintage E1. The one I setled on for EDC was the 4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition.

Since I won't be writing three entirely different reviews, let me tell you what I like and dislike in a EDC light:
* It has to be something I always have with me - thus the term EDC.
* It has to fit on a key chain (something that my SureFire E1 did begrudgingly)
* It has to be small, light and have at least low, medium and high settings
* It is preferable to have a dedicated on-off switch to a twist-on switch. This is because I don't want the light to turn on accidentally and not be ready when I need it.

Much less important to me are things like strobe, SOS, beacon, and so on because of two reasons: first they are invariably difficult to activate (strobe coming to mind as the most useless in a tactical situation) and second, the additional weight and cost isn't justified since it's unlikely I'll ever use them. Follow me on this: is this the primary use as a flashlight or a signalling device?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marxy on June 19, 2011
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4sevens is a relative newcomer to the world of pocket sized flashlights. While most people have heard of Surefire, and Maglight is ubiquitous, 4sevens is rarely recognized. This should change - 4sevens makes quality products at a fraction of the cost of comparable Surefire's. The Quark Mini 123 R5 is an exceptional value for a full featured flashlight. For under $40 you get a three stage light with top output of 180 lumans, as well as strobe, beacon, and SOS modes. This light should more than meet expectations for nearly any day to day task, and for the size, you have no excuse not to have it with you when you need it. I keep it on my keychain and it's always within reach. You can't go wrong with this flashlight - value, features and performance are all exceptional.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Edward M. on June 15, 2011
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The Quark Mini 123 with a Fenix Headband is THE BOMB! It's so good, I just ordered another one and another Fenix Headband. This is the ultimate headlamp. On high, the Quark Mini 123 lights up my 1/4 acre front yard. It's almost as bright as a car headlamp. At .67 of an ounce and about as big as an AA battery, you have to be kidding. Can this technology get any better??? Very impressive.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brad on July 2, 2012
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WOW this thing is bright. I mean like REALLY REALLY bright. I used it mounted in a head band for a trip I took with a group of other people.

Pros:
It's BRIGHT. When we had to collect water from the river at night man did I feel secure with my little pocket spot light to make sure there where no critters. (lots of gaiter and cotton mouth in the area)

It's small and light weight. It fit in the head band nicely and takes up no room in a pocket or tackle box.

I didn't personally test it but it's durable. There are plenty of videos out there showing people running over this thing and dropping it from over passes etc. We get it, it's much stronger then you need it to be.

Cons:
It's bright. I was in a group of other people and when working around the fire I was blinding my camp mates. Even on the lowest setting it was a bit uncomfortable for the others in my group and the intensity was unnecessary. Others in my group had some kind of head lamp that had a low green light setting that didn't mess with everyone's night vision and was pleasant to be around. I suppose I would have to have two lights and switch back and forth if I wanted this feature.

You have to twist the light to turn it on. normal this would be fine but this thing has like 3 intensity settings plus a myriad of other settings. The twist operation makes it a little cumbersome feeling to try and get your correct setting. If you keep this unit by the bed to go check on what goes bump in the night the time it takes to get that blinding setting might be a concern if you don't get it the first try. If you think this is a gripe try operating anything that requires fine motor skills when your adrenalin is pumping after hearing a loud noise in your house in the middle of the night.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 17, 2012
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I wear this on a wallet chain daily, and use it constantly. I wanted another Fenix, (the first "multisetting" model died quickly and was replaced by a now obsolete single brightness model), but decided to give this a try. It is beyond a doubt brighter then the comparable Fenix, and having the option of different levels of light is pretty nice also.

The only downside, and potentially a bad one for those who wear this clipped to a keychain or belt is that the tiny hole in the base for the split ring is so tiny that only a very, very small (so that ends up meaning very,very thin) split ring will fit. Think 1/4". The very thin ring MUST be replaced regularly as it will wear in two very quickly. A minor complaint, but one the mfg. could easily remedy by drilling a larger hole allowing the use of a standard 1/2" or 3/4" split ring.
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