|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||3.9 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||7338BK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
LEDwholesalers Mini Pocket Keychain Size 1x AAA Bright LED Flashlight with Lanyard, 7338BK
|Price:||$12.25 + $6.00 shipping|
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- Super bright light output
- Energy effecient, operates on a single AAA battery (not included)
- Compact size, great for everyday carry
- Rugged construction, built to last
- Long life of ~100,000 hours, 1-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||—||0.87 x 3.23 x 0.87 in||—||0.55 x 2.75 x 0.55 in|
|Item Weight||—||3.1 ounces||0.78 ounces||0.32 ounces|
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This compact LED flashlight is great for every day carrying, and is one of the most requested flashlight. Its small convenient size, and ease of use make this a great unit to keep in your pocket, purse, car, or night stand. Made from aluminum with a black finish, this flashlight fits comfortably in your hand.
* Light Source: LED
* Body Material: Aluminum with “O” rings for water resistance
* Battery Type: 1x AAA alkaline (not included)
* Battery Life: ~30 minutes
* Switch Type: Press on, Press off from rear cap
* Lumen Output: 50
* Life Expectancy: 100,000 hours
* Dimensions: 0.675" (17mm) Head Dia. x 0.50" (13mm) Body Dia. x 3.35" (89mm) Length
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This light has a more penetrating beam with a small bright center (hotspot). The center is a bit uneven and irregular shaped. The halo, or spill, is dim but still useful. The Olight is more of a floodlight, yet does have a bright center which is larger, perfectly circular, and blends much more seamlessly into the halo. In a darkened hallway, the olight actually seems brighter than this light, but this light's hotspot is noticeably brighter and prominent.
This light is over 3 1/4" long x 11/16" diameter at the head. I first unscrewed this light by the head as I expected, but that only exposed the delicate LED chip. What the heck! wrong end. there WAS a flimsy looking o-ring there. I re-assembled and noticed the tail also unscrewed. OK, the battery goes here, but no o-ring!!! That explains why one reviewer said it died after being in a wet pocket.
the Olight i3 is about 1/2" shorter and 1/8"+ thinner than this light. This may not sound like much, but side by side, the Olight seems like 50% smaller and easier for my pocket(I removed the Olight clip with the included tool to further make it smaller). It also has 3 brightness modes(nice and all useful), and a wider more even beam which is more helpful for most needs. Olight is also much better build quality than this light. Olight is waterproof with only 1 opening and quality o-ring (they also give you 2 extras!!) It also comes with a duracell battery.
It was any easy choice for me to keep the Olight as it is a much better value and substantially smaller. This light does have a better penetrating, yet tight, beam. It also has a click-type switch on the tail that some people seem to prefer, but it protrudes out so the light cannot stand like a candle, and may turn on in your pocket more easily . I don't mind the Olight's twisting head switch. I can use it with one hand just fine, and standing it on end like a candle can be very handy. This light seems cheap and cumbersome compared to the tiny, more versatile Olight.
Unless you really need the end switch or a brighter(but much smaller), more penetrating hotspot, I would skip this and get the Olight i3 which seems worth 2-3x the price of this light!!
UPDATE: I did quickly give this flashlight away to a friend's 8 year old son who loves it. I've learned a lot and bought several different flashlights in the past year, mostly bigger, brighter ones. I carry my Olight i3 almost every day (some days I carry my 4sevens Mini 123). I have used it hundreds of times at work and elsewhere. I let co-workers borrow it (they are all amazed by it and some have bought one). Currently the Olight i3 is $21 and this light is $16. The Olight is absolutely, positively, worth the extra $5 and then some. The 90 lumen claim by this light is probably somewhat exaggerated. Olight's claims are accurate.
I used to use lithium batteries in my Olight (the 1.5V primary type, not lithium-ion rechargeables). They do not have 4 or 8x the capacity of alkalines, but they do work much better in the cold, and can deliver higher currents. That is why the packages can claim up to 8x the power, etc. However, I hated not knowing exactly how much battery life I had left. What if I really need it someday and don't know that the battery is more than half dead?! So I started using an Eneloop AAA rechargeable NiMH battery. They are great but you really need a good charger. I use a Lacrosse Technologies analyzer. Every week or two, I recharge the battery. Every month or two, I test the battery, which charges it fully, discharges fully, displays the capacity, then fully charges again. This is necessary to get full capacity from the battery, or it can suffer from a 'memory effect'. I think the 1.2V Eneloops make the light slightly dimmer than the Lithium, but only about 10-15%. For comparison, a 4 D cell Maglite is 72 lumens, with fresh batteries. So the O-light i3, and this light, are just about as bright, but maybe 50x smaller. It still amazes me!
I am an electronics technician so I was skeptical of the 30 minute claim. The math just did not add up until I realized that this unit must use a 'pulsed' driver, the cheaper ones just connect the batteries. I do remember reading that this type of LED is most efficient when pulsed, rather than direct voltage is applied.
Long story short, I was able to get 30 minutes BRIGHT use from this light (with an Alkaline AAA) that was still brighter than my 4.5 Volt lights. The unit started to get dimmer from 40 to 45 minutes. After 45 minutes, it was still, way brighter, than any other AAA LED mini light that I had ever come across. I quit my test after 45 minutes.
The light is a nice bright white, without the annoying blue tint that some LEDs have.
Would I recommend this to a friend?; yes. I placed an order for two more of these today.
There's one o-ring in the whole thing, all other threads are unsealed.
The lens is plastic, as is the reflector itself. The reflector, which is not textured like it is in the photo by the way, is designed for an XR-E like in the photo, which is a much older, larger LED than the XP-E in mine, and the spacer around the LED to make it fit blocks a lot of light and doesn't even do its job of centering the LED.
The beam is dirty and not well-centered, much like the LED.
The threads are meh, and there was a lot of residual chips still in the housing from the machining.
There was no thermal paste under the LED.
Despite the description, the flashlight most certainly isn't 3 watts or 90 lumens: It draws 0.7 amps from a fully charged 1.2v rechargeable battery(less from an alkaline cell), and simple math will tell you that the *input* power is 0.84 watts. Assuming a generous 85% driver efficiency, that puts the actual LED power at 0.7 watts, or somewhere in the ballpark of 75 lumens, and a significant fraction of that is lost in the crappy reflector/spacer setup. Call it 50 lumens, which isn't actually too terrible, hence the two-star rating rather than one.
I have yet to see a triple-A light live up to a claimed 3W rating, but this one doesn't even hit 1 watt.
I guess it's fine as a cheap crappy beater light since it does actually emit some light, but for >$12 I expect a whole lot more.
I would not recommend this one, buy a maglite solitaire or a fenix e01. The build quality is light years better.
-Didn't get ruined when I accidentally ran it hrough the washing machine!
-Good battery life - I change the battery maybe every 4 months, with maybe an hour of use a week most weeks, 2-3 hours a week occasionally