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Streamlight 72101 KeyMate with White LED, Titanium

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  • Virtually unbreakable machined aircraft aluminum
  • Lens: Unbreakable polycarbonate with scratch-resistant coating
  • 100,000 hour lifetime high intensity LEDs with reflector options; LED available in white, blue, or green
  • Up to 96 hours run time on four alkaline battery cells (either LR44, AG13, LR1154, or A76)
  • 2-1/4-inches long
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Color Name: Titanium

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2.36 in. made of anodized machine aircraft aluminum casing in Titanium. 100000-hour white LED with a runtime of 96 hours. Takes 4-alkaline button cells. Weighs .9 ounce. Includes rotary head switch for constant on/off pocket clip breakaway lanyard & snap hook.

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The Streamlight Key-Mate FlashLight is the smallest, brightest 1 oz. LED flashlight. This tiny LED flashlight from is super bright, tough, and remarkably handy. It is so compact, you can carry it with you at all times. It provides 400% more lighting range than a penlight, and the reflector optics enhance the brightness of the LED (lighting two to three times the range of other keychain lights without optics). Streamlight flashlights are legendary for their dependability, and the Key-Mate is no exception. The Key-Mate's high-intensity, state-of-the-art LED lasts 100,000-hours, and the anodized, machined aircraft aluminum casing is virtually indestructible. Its high-capacity four alkaline button cells allow it to run longer (up to 96 hours run time) and stay brighter than any button cell keychain LED light. It also offers many extras: versatile powder-coated spring steel pocket clip; weatherproof - O-ring sealed; rotary head switch. Little chance you'll accidentally turn the it on. Plus, the Streamlight Key-Mate is a convenient tool. Snap the breakaway lanyard around your neck or wrist. Use the snap hook with swivel for quick attachment/detachment from your belt loops, backpack, zipper pull, or key ring. And its powder-coated spring steel pocket clip lets you clip Streamlight Key-Mate Flashlight to just about anything. It is 2 1/4-inches long and weighs .9 ounces. It is available in black or titanium with white, blue or green LEDs, and Realtree camo with green LED.

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Color Name: Titanium
Technical Details
Part Number SL72101WTI
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2.2 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches
Item model number72101
SizeKey chain
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #15,157 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableAugust 12, 2006
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238 of 246 people found the following review helpful By Aaron702 on August 19, 2009
Color: Titanium Verified Purchase
My wife and I have had the Streamlight Nano lights for a few months and we wanted to try the KeyMate to see if it addressed the shortcomings we had with the Nano. The KeyMate does, but it brings another issue that makes it a less-than-ideal replacement.

The Streamlight KeyMate is a rugged, bright unit for its size. It has a slightly bigger LED that shows a somewhat larger, brighter beam than the Nano does. The bezel portion is a bit more difficult to turn, making it less likely that the light will either turn itself on or fall apart in your pocket (or the car floor), as can happen with the Nano. The batteries are a larger LR44, so they will work quite a bit longer than the LR41s used in the Nano.

Unfortunately, the KeyMate's size is almost 3X the volume of the Nano. I was expecting something that would still be unobtrusive on a keychain, not something that would draw undue attention to my pants. Consequently, the KeyMate will find its life as a spare flashlight in the car, instead.

For our keychains, I think I will simply add some silicone grease to the Nano's threads, likely eliminating the Nano's looser bezel issue.

While I had been concerned about battery replacement for both, I no longer am. Amazon has replacement batteries (LR41 for the Nano and LR44 for the KeyMate - both use four) available for shockingly little cost in multi-packs.

Final analysis--both flashlights are good buys for different needs.

UPDATE: Be careful to hold the KeyMate when locking or unlocking your car. The metal rim around the bezel can definitely leave scratches on paint. FYI, the Nano does not do this simply because it has a rounded bezel, is much lighter and hangs a little higher when dangling on your keychain.
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By smgsmc on March 12, 2009
Color: Titanium
I also bought the Streamlight Nano, and previously have used the Maglite Solitaire. The Keymate is larger than the Nano, but smaller than the Solitaire. Both the Keymate and the Nano are much brighter than the Solitaire, which is now languishing in my junk drawer. I was surprised that the Keymate is not all that much brighter than the Nano, especially since the Keymate has a reflector bowl and the Nano doesn't. I don't know whether the Keymate lasts longer on one set of batteries than the Nano. Anyone have experience?

Compared to the Nano, the Keymate is more rugged, in particular the bulb in the Keymate is protected by a lens. The Nano has no lens. Both turn on/off by turning the head. The head on the Keymate is harder to turn and there are more turns before it pops off, so the Keymate won't accidentally turn on or come apart if it's banging around with a bunch of keys. Surprisingly, the keyring clasp on the Nano is sturdier than the one on the Keymate. If small size is the most important feature, I'd go with the Nano. If ruggedness is the most important factor, go with the Keymate. Dependable operation is important, but unless you can get high quality replacement batteries at a low price, longevity may not be an issue. For both Nano and Keymate, I've seen ads for replacement batteries which cost about the same (or more!) than a whole new unit.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Scott on May 25, 2009
Color: Titanium Verified Purchase
This is the best keychain light I've yet found. It's compact enough to carry on my keychain at all times, yet bright enough to be useful. It's solidly-built, with an all-metal exterior (aside from the lens), and doesn't flex, bend, or crush with anything I've thrown at it. The clip, chain, and chain pivot connection are also metal and durable. The battery lasts for months under occasional use.

I use it when I need a light quickly or unexpectedly. It's not something I use for serious or heavy use, or when I need a lot of light. I use bigger flashlights for that. This might well be the flashlight I use to help me find that bigger flashlight, though!

I like this design in particular because it uses a twist-head on/off switch. I've had various push-button, slide-switch, and squeeze lights, but found they would always get turned on in my pocket as I sat on/against them. That killed the battery in short order. For some reason, the twist-head on this design doesn't have that problem. YMMV.

I used to own the "Black" color model, but after several months the black paint started to wear off unevenly, which looked crummy. Some time later, I lost the flashlight (I'm always losing small things). This time, I went with the "Titanium" color. As usual, "Titanium" really means "bare, polished metal", and thus doesn't have any half-worn paint problems.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Fred on January 15, 2011
Color: Titanium Verified Purchase
I have bought and reviewed 3 inexpensive compact LED flashlights.

Fenix E01 Compact LED Flashlight - $12.73
Streamlight 72101 KeyMate with White LED, Titanium - $9.78
Garrity LED Aluminum Keychain Flashlight Nichia® A100G - $9.99

I like the Streamlight 72101, but I think the Fenix E01 is slightly better due to constant brightness and use of AAA battery.

Battery: 4 button batteries (included).
Battery life: Up to 96 hrs.
Brightness: Excellent at first, but declines significantly in the first 2 hours. Wide beam.
Accessories: Key ring with ring clip, side clip, lanyard. Side clip prevents rolling but adds bulk.
Switch: Twist can be done with 1 hand.
Construction: Sturdy.
Size: About the length of a AA battery, but wider, especially on the lens side.
Warranty: Lifetime.
Comments: Outstanding flashlight. The only drawbacks are the button batteries and the decrease in brightness over time. This is a good choice for a flashlight that needs to be bright but will not be used very often.
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