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iTP A3 EOS 150 Lumen 3 Outputs and Strobe CREE XP-G2 LED Keychain Flashlight Upgrade Version 1X AAA battery
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- The Best EDC Light with CREE XP-G2, powered by a triple A battery with max 150 lumen & strobe keychain light
- Output(runtime): Firefly: 0.02 Lm(150hrs), Low: 60 Lm(3hrs), High: 150Lm(0.9hrs), Strobe:150Lm(1 hr)
- Use single AAA battery. Compatible with Alkaline, Lithium, NiMh rechargeable & 10440 rechargeable AAA batteries
- Convenient twist switch design for better one handed operation.
- The smallest and the brightest AAA battery keychain flashlight. iTP brand was owned by Olight but it is owned by Aimkon Outdoors, a US based company
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Features and Specifications:
LED: CREE XP-G2, life span up to 50000 hours
Finish: HA Type Ⅲ
Reflector: Aluminum alloy
Max output level: 150 lumens
Operating voltage: 0.9V - 3.0V
Battery: 1x AAA, 1x Rechargeable NiMh AAA, or 1x 10440 rechargeable batteries.
Size: Length 66.5 mm *Diameter 14 mm,
Weight: 9g (excluding battery and keychain), 17g(excluding battery)
Upgrade Edition: Three output levels - Firefly 0.02 lumens (50 hours) ->Low 60 lumens (3 hours) ->-High 150 lumens (55 minutes).
To Turn On: tighten the LED head.
To Change Output Level: loosen the LED head then tighten it again .
To Turn on Strobe: Go through from low to high twice then loosen LED head and tighten it.
Top Customer Reviews
+ Very good max brightness at 96 lumens, with quite decent throw for a tiny keychain light
+ Mid level is more than bright enough for many everyday uses
+ Low, at 3 lumens, is more than sufficient for reading and finding one's way around in very low light (I didn't think this was possible, but it is true; one's eyes adapt)
+ Good mix of hot spot and spill (the part outside the central hot spot)
+ Thoroughly sensible power modes: low, then medium, then high-- this preserves night vision when first turning it on, if low is all that's needed, and saves power
+ Can be overdriven with a 10440 battery-- rechargeables are available-- to give 200+ lumens (do at your own risk)
+ Lack of worthless strobe modes and other useless frills
+ Robust build and waterproofing (it's really waterproof, not vaguely claimed to be "water resistant"; check youtube videos to see it put through the dishwasher, etc.)
+ Many different colors available-- and even stainless steel and titanium at higher prices (and even a copper version of the older Maratac two-mode version)
- O-rings will wear out eventually due to the twist-on interface, though this can be abated with lubrication
When I use the light in my house, the 16 lumen difference is more noticeable.
One thing I did was change out the AAA Duracell battery in the light for an UltraFire 10440 AAA Li-Ion 3.6V Rechargeable Battery. WOW is all I could say. I heard about changing the battery on a Flashlight forum and it's a great simple change to make this flashlight INCREDIBLE.
From a small 2.5 inch keychain, this light puts out 225-250 lumens (according to candlepowerforums). This light is such an incredible little light.
Some claim that this battery modification will endanger the light. I have seen multiple YouTube videos showing the light on from 10-20 minutes and all have not shown any danger (fire, plastic burning, etc).
I have bought a few more of these lights and given them to my family along with a charger and 10440 type rechargeable 3.6 volt batteries.
I've finally found it. This is the one.
This light is the length of a tube of chapstick, but thinner. It provides anywhere from 2 lumens to 96 lumens depending on which setting it's on, and it starts with the low setting. The manual claims it lasts 50 hours per charge on low (1.8 lumens), 4 hours on medium (22 lumens), or 55 minutes on high (96 lumens), but I haven't tested it yet. Candlepowerforums measured it at 1 hour, 2.2 hours, and 34 hours (if I recall correctly), at a brightness of 78 lumens, ~25 lumens, and 3.5 lumens. The people at candlepowerforums also claim it can produce about 225 lumens when using a Li-Ion 10440 battery, but I haven't tried that either (they recommend against it since it may burn out the LED due to overheating). I got mine for $20.
With just a single AAA NiMH battery, it out-shines my much-larger CREE Q5 LED flashlight which takes three AAA batteries. However, it is not nearly as bright as my other favorite light, an UltraFire BBQbuy@7w 300lm Mini Cree Led Flashlight, which uses a single AA battery and gets 200+ lumens.
- Small! Is the length of a tube of chapstick, but narrower. Fits nicely on my keychain or in my purse.
- Bright! Shines up to 96 lumens, which is plenty for almost anything less than 100 feet away.Read more ›
Out of the 2 i ordered, only one worked out of the box. Interchanging the head and tailcaps only made both of them not work. I finally got the one to work, kind of. The battery spring was in upside down and the finishing workmanship was so poor on the threaded end that it wouldn't make electrical contact with the light head. Then the light head itself had more poor workmanship and i had to fiddle with it, unscrewing the "guts" in and out of the head until it finally worked, more or less.
Maybe it's only from aimkon, or maybe this is all that's available anymore, as aimkon bills themselves as the US dealer of itp and this is no longer the light to buy. Manufacturing processes change and brands degrade all the time. Is that the case here? I can't answer that. I just know I can't recomend buying the version you get from aimkon.
I also feel it's a bit of false advertising to sell me a product that is branded with a storefront name. I will be avoiding this seller for any future purchases.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great little flashlight, but it stopped working after only a few months. Randomly shut off and was unable to get it to ever turn back on. No fiddling with anything fixed it. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Patrick Anderson
Not nearly bright enough to read well in the darkness. Photon Micro-lights are significantly brighter while being much lighter and more compact -- primary concerns for a key chain... Read morePublished 23 days ago by BG
It is bright enough, very compact, and has a nice set of features (3 levels of light, plus the blinking option.) Does what you would expect.Published 23 days ago by K. Short
These are the best flashlights for the money. I have purchased close to 100 of them for gifts for family, friends and nice people. No one has told me about theirs failing.Published 23 days ago by James Holmes
A perfect EDC flashlight
Small light durable, BRIGHT! (When you want). It's about half along as a AAA battery, which is what it uses. Read more
Good bright light. Three levels of illumination. Good size for a keychain. Very happy with it.Published 25 days ago by Anthony J. Roca
I liked it better until it wouldn't come on with a good battery. Many hours of poking and prodding lead me to conclude that the body is slightly too short such that a battery that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve M
Product lasted for 2 months and died. It was used all of half a dozen times.Published 2 months ago by JP
Works okay for a small flashlight. I'm not nuts about how it turns on and off, but at least it won't go on by mistake while in my pocket so I guess that is a trade off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marvin B. Pickering