|Part Number||Tool AAA Press+Magnet|
|Item Weight||0.48 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||Tool AAA Press+Magnet|
|Batteries||Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Color||Aluminum Tool AAA Cree|
|Finish||Type HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Luminous Flux||110 lm|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Average Battery Life||36 hours|
Lumintop tool aaa mini edc flashlight with 1 aaa battery handheld flashlight keychain flashlights
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- Aerospace aluminum alloy with anti-scratching type military grade hard-anodized finish ensure impact resistant for 5ft and water resistant
- Double-side AR coated, tempered window resists impact and thermal shock, maximizes light transmission with a fluorescent ring inside
- Extreme tiny design(3.2"l .5"d) and weight (.5oz), with the reversible clip, you could clip this flashlight to your brim to make it a head light
- Work with a AAA battery(included), works up to 36 hours at low mode (5lumens), 4 hours at middle mode (32lumens) and 3 minutes at high mode
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Super bright EDC AAA keychain flashlight small, well built, incredibly lite weight, and very bright for its size just a hair longer than 3.2 inches and weight 0.53oz(15g)；it deliveries max 110 lumens bright light by running on only a single commonly available AAA battery (included) quite useful 3 modes 1) it starts in "mid" mode (32 lm) setting, which is very practical for every day occasions such as lighting a small room. 2) then the "low" mode (5 lm) boasts long 36 hours of battery life and is great for making your way across a dark environment, using around the house, reading comfortably in bed or checking on sleeping kids etc., Without spoiling your night vision or disturbing others. 3) as well as a tremendously powerful "high" mode (110 lm) is the equivalent of a mini-searchlight, with far more output than any other 1xAAA flashlight. In either mode, the beam is nice and clean. 2 optional tail caps and 2 ways to change modes 1) the rare tail push button switch is sturdy and makes activation a breeze, gives a nice, positive "click" when pressed. It is much easier to manipulate one-handed than most of the twisty switch light. Also you can rotate head to change modes easily when the light is on. 2) magnetic tail cap can make the light be stick on the iron surface or tail-standing to use as a candle which makes you hand free to fix a car at night. Included : 1*O-ring, 1*keychain, 1* magnetic tail-cap， 1*AAA battery.
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Some items of note:
Sturdy reversible clip
Clicky is loud - everyone in the room will hear it
Can't tail stand with the clicky tail cap
Clicky adds about three quarters of an inch
Does tail stand with the magnetic tail cap
Magnetic tail cap can hold the light horizontal
With magnetic tail cap light twists on/off a the head
I add this review to let people know that this light can use 10440 batteries even though the description and their website states it cannot. I have run a 10440 on all three settings until the light turned off. Replaced the battery and still works like a charm.
Of course you get reduced time on all levels since this is putting out 2 and 3 times the light. This little light is VERY bright on the highest setting. I am GUESSING no less than 300 lumen on high. Yes it gets hot but not as hot as some of my other lights do on the "proper" battery. I have also used regular alkaline batteries after running a 10440 and the light works as it normally would. Some remarks on budget and candlelight forums state the control circuit will get burned out. That may still happen to my test Lumintop down the road. I will continue to use 10440 until failure or confirm that they can use 10440 safely over the long haul. Stay tuned...
UPDATE 6-30-17: Using 10440 batteries.
I continue to use 10440 in this light and so far no problems. I can still use eneloop batteries and all modes are still available. Many people comment that they do not see the point of turbo-charging these small lights when you get much lower run times. I use to think that also until I tried the 10440 in the Lumintop Tool AAA light. While using an eneloop or alkaline battery, you get plenty of light for close work 20 feet or less. The light while very adequate, is not bright enough to REALLY see objects. Brighter lights allow you to discriminate on what objects are at distance much more easily. The 10440 will allow you to see more at a greater distance. I use the Tool and its low setting and get 1 hour 45 minutes consistently. That is plenty of light since it puts out at least 100 lumens on the low setting. When I need more light I switch to medium or high setting for the couple of minutes that it is needed. I would recommend the Tool any day of the year and also recommend using eneloop AAA rechargeable. The Tool sold me on 10440 batteries. I will stock 10440 along with 18650 at levels that allow rotation, but the bulk of my batteries will be eneloop NiMH batteries.
One more thing: I bought Trustfire batteries and they are hit and miss. They state 600 mAh, my 4 batteries get between 265 and 320 mAh. I do not recommend Trustfires, they were cheap and available for testing the Lumintop Tool AAA.
===UPDATE ON THIS LAST PARAGRAPH: I may have been at fault in killing 2 of my batteries, They did turn off but then I went to a lower mode and used the flashlight until it went out a second time.
When I first got it I thought I wouldn't really use it much because a cr123 light is 5 times as bright and many of those are plenty tiny. While they are short I completely underestimated how thin this light would be compared to my Olight s10r. It just literally disappears in your pocket. But somehow the tool light manages to still feel decently substantial when you use it. It's a tough tool.
I highly recommend this little flashlight. It's brighter than you'd expect and incredibly compact. If you want something as an every day carry item this light works great.
Other than the switch issue, it's a nice light. Beautiful workmanship, quite tiny for an AAA sized light, and the beam quality is super. Brightness on "medium" is about the same as my single-AAA Microstream Streamlight. Brightness on "high" is, of course, higher. But the switch could be an issue for some users.