|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.6 x 0.1 x 0.9 inches|
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|Item model number||PWK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
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|Warranty Description||Lifetime against manufacturer defects|
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Personal flashlight measures 1 1/2" x 1". black plastic construction. Push button activates light. On/off switch for hands free operation. Unbreakable ultra bright bulb is visible over one mile. Features lithium eveready battery and keyring.Lithium metal contained inside item. Can not ship post office. Can not ship to Australia.
While space shuttle astronauts have reportedly used Laughing Rabbit photon LED lights in their endeavors, the average consumer will quickly find that there's no need to go into orbit to find uses for one of these. The amount of illumination you get from this extremely compact and lightweight light is truly surprising-and it fits on your keychain. Weighing a mere 5-1/2 grams and small enough to disappear under a quarter, the Photon II gives you enough light for almost any task. The LED bulb is virtually unbreakable, yet is nonetheless covered by a manufacturer's lifetime guarantee. The replaceable lithium battery (included) gives you a total of about 12 to 14 hours of use. In addition, the Photon II comes with a slider on/off switch, which means you don't have to apply continuous pressure to the squeeze button to receive a continuous beam (unlike the original Photon Micro-Light). This is really a nifty little tool that you are guaranteed to appreciate the next time you find yourself in the dark.
What's in the Box
Keychain light, quick release ring, lithium battery
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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The Photon II LED Keychain Micro-Light is a refreshed version of the original which clips unobtrusively to my keychain. I tested it in our basement directly after I'd opened the package and was reminded why this very powerful, tiny light is so useful; it (still) impresses me with the useful beam of light which it can throw.
As my pics show it compared to an actual Photon 2. For the price after shipping I could have bought real Photo 2s locally.
HOWEVER... what if you DO want a colored bulb... in order to preserve your night vision while reading a map... or discretely find something you dropped on the floor in a crowded theater... or take a look at something without waking-up someone very close to you, etc? PHOTON offers many colored LED options. I am telling you that ORANGE is definitely the best one.
Here is why I say ORANGE is the best choice for a general-use colored LED light:
I bought the white, orange, red, and "night-vison green" (a sort of blue-green hybrid), and compared them all in a dark room, trying to read a paragraph of small text, as a test.
Obviously WHITE gives you the most usable light... by a wide margin.
RED, which is the classic "night-vision-preserving" color, puts out the LEAST amount of light, and the red color does prevent your eyes from loosing any significant amount of their dilation... so it's a good choice, but it does make it hard to read things in that red-colored light... it is very limiting. In a serious life-or-death military situation, where you "don't want to give away your position" to a sniper... yes, red is the certainly the choice, because it is such a... well.. for lack of a more accurate phrase... it is such a "dark light" more-so than any other color. (That sounds silly, but you know what I mean).
ORANGE, however, produces a noticeably more "usable" light, while still maintaining one's desire to be discrete and preserve night-vision and not disturb others. Unless you are in a situation where someone is trying to find you in order to kill you... I would recommend ORANGE instead of RED, as it is far more pleasant, more usable, easier-to-read-by, yet still quite discrete, and not irritating or overly-attention getting.
The "Night-Vsion GREEN" is actually a blue-green color that gives off far more light than any of the other colors (though still less than WHITE, of course). That's great... but it sort of defeats the purpose of wanting a light for those occasions that WHITE is too bright, bold, disturbing, or irritating. This blue-green color is a bit too bright. I think this color would be appropriate only for situations where you wanted to preserve "the majority of your night vision", but you were not at all concerned with disturbing those around you. For example... and airplane pilot might prefer this not-so-descrete... but still less intense than white, color option.
And by the way... BLUE is only of use for hunters seeking to highlight blood and body-fluid trails in the forest. Don't even consider that color for any other reason... it's not a practical choice.
So, I recommend that you get two of those PHOTON II keychain lights: a WHITE one for use the vast majority of the time... and an ORANGE one for when you need to be more discrete with your use of light in special situations.
I have sent the imposter light back to Amazon, and will see if they make this right. Since many of the reviews have stated this type of problem, WHY has AMAZON not fixed this?
This is my second Photon micro light; the first one lasted 2-3 years before it started to fade. I tried replacing the batteries, but couldn't get it back together properly. When I got the new Photon II, it included written instructions for replacing the batteries. I tried again with the new instructions on my old Photon II, but still couldn't get it back together right -- the light stayed on and could not be switched off.
I'm giving it just 4 stars for the difficulty in replacing batteries. It otherwise deserves 5 stars. When the new one dies, I'll just buy another.
For those of you who got a fake, did you buy it from another seller listed on the Amazon site? Please update your reviews with that info if that's the case. Your order history should give you the details.