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This is the new version of the Quark Mini AA by 4Sevens. OVERVIEW Minis are perfect everyday carry lights with a simple twist interface. Durable construction and ample knurling for a sure grip make this a light that's up for any challenge. Like all FOURSEVENS lights, Minis use the latest in LED technology to achieve incredible brightness for their size. Available in either common alkaline AA or long shelf life, higher output, lithium CR2 and CR123 models along with three levels of brightness and four hidden modes so you can have your light any way you want it.
This light goes nearly everywhere I go now, and it comes in very handy at unexpected times. The three brightness levels are great, too. Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by Jonathan J. Hall
The small size is a great feature of this light. With a bigger light, you might think that you're probably not going to need it and leave it at home because you don't want it... Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by N.G.
Very nice light. Fits easily in your pocket so you always have it.
I'd like to see it in a brighter color but you can always wrap a bit of bright duct tape around it. Read more
Never worked from day one. Fickered, turned off by itself and switched modes by itself. I'm sure that I just got a lemon but the mini 123 from 4sevens just blew it away. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Matt
Having bought both the mini AA and the Tactical AA2 I like to carry the mini AA...and do most times. Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by TumbleWeed
Took me a couple minutes to get the hang of the multimode functions, but I love the default moonlight setting and it's fast to switch to super-bright! Read morePublished on November 8, 2011 by David Reed
It's bright enough for most applications. A momentary on/off switch would make it "tactical" and would be nice to have. Like others mentioned, it sorely needs a deep carry clip. Read morePublished on October 17, 2011 by Mechwarrior