• Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
  • Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
  • Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
  • Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
  • Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
  • Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent
Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent

Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series 45 Lumen Multi Color Pocket Flashlight, Transparent

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  • High performance LED produces 45 lumen on high
  • Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery provides a runtime of up to 48 hours
  • Features two brightness levels and infinitely variable output mode
  • Impact resistant to 1.5 meters
  • Transparent Color version

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I take it with me wherever i go ! it is just incredible how such a little light can be so efficient and well made. the body is made from polycarbonate materials so it is impact resistant approved and there are videos of this light on youtube testing it on a hardcore level of running it over with a jeep and the thing still works, the adjustable lumen feature is very cool , going from 1 to 45 lumens so you can see perfectly in front of you i'd say about 5-6 meters which is incredible for just a little keychain light. the button is solid and stays in place without any shaking.the battery type is li-on and the charging system is awesome, you do not have to worry about overcharging it or voltage unbalances because it has a intelligent protection charging system which is USB guys! (the charging cord is the same of a usb samsung cell phone so you can find it anywhere and at a low cost)how cool is that ? guys like me who travel a lot abroad i don't have to worry about 110V,220V,230V and BS like that, i just plug it in to my portable pc and it's done charging in less than an hour.I have had this flashlight for about 2 months now and all i can say is that it is a great product and many great compliments to nitecore on this one.P.Sit is very important that you know what purpose you need a flashlight for ,then you choose which suits you best . don't just go for the most convenient and think that it will do the job for every situation. hunting,fishing,personal defence,EDC,keychain,bike riding,hiking,inspection,spotting ecc.... each of these activities requires different types of flashlights most of the the time . thankyou for reading have a good one. 5Great Little Light I'm super picky about the size of my keyring. My requirement is that is must fit in the coin pocket of my jeans. I keep three house keys, a Swiss+Tech Utility key, and a now this little light. It all fits perfect.The low setting is enough to move around the house if it's dark, especially if your eyes are night adjusted. The high setting is brighter than I thought it would be from something this small. It's plenty to light a room, see down a hallway or light a blacked out stairwell. The light is mostly flood with no real spot. When it's charging there is a tiny blue light that's visible, it goes off when fully charged. I love that I can top it off and know that it's completely charged, unlike my other coin cell key chain lights.I tested the run time on high and got to about 50 minutes before I noticed a real drop in brightness. At about 60 minutes it had dimmed very noticeably but was still plenty to navigate a room. After 70 minutes it had really dimmed to just a lumen or two but was still usable to navigate indoors. It was probably the equivalent of it's low setting. I stopped testing after that so as not to completely drain the battery since Lithium Ions don't like to be completely discharged.I paid $11.99 for it in Dec '14 with Prime. I noticed the price has gone up a little. I hope they keep low, especially considering there is no charging cord included (make sure you have a micro USB cable). Even so, it's amazing how far LED flashlights have come in the last few years. 5Dealer Does Respond or Honor Warranty I bought a Tube in May 2016. In November 2016 the light stopped working and would not recharge. I contacted Nitecore regarding the warranty. Nitecore said I should contact the seller. The seller, Performance Outdoor Gear, answered one e-mail and will not respond further. I've contacted Nitecore again telling them their dealer will not respond to a warranty request. I waiting for an answer. I cannot recommend Performance Outdoor Gear. 1Not Dead Yet!! User Note: It died within 10 minutes after removing it from package and we thought we'd have to return it. Was still unresponsive after a full charge (there's a tiny blue-hued indicator light while plugged into charger). But then we fiddled with the button once more, since there was nothing to lose... and after keeping it depressed a few seconds the light began working as usual again.It's tiny and 1 Lumen is bright enough to see inside your sleeping bag without disturbing others while camped, or a dead-of-night trip to the loo as a hotel guest. 45 Lumens is plenty bright -- possibly too bright -- for rummaging in a bag or glovebox as passenger in a vehicle at night. Extremely handy little rechargeable light. Approx 48 hrs @ 1Lumen and 1hr @ 45Lumen per full charge (no clue how long that remains true over time and charges). 4Disposable Trash This is a great keychain flashlight when it works, but unfortunately they only last for a few months and then break. After about 5 months of light use mine no longer turns on at all and no longer charges. The charging indicator lights up showing that the battery is being charged, but no amount of button pushes will get it to turn on no matter how long it is charged.To make matters worse, Nitecore does NOT honor their "lifetime" warranty at all. After making me send them my receipt multiple times and send them a video showing that the keychain is broken they told me that I would have to pay the full cost of shipping the item to China and back for repair. Something that would cost more than just buying a brand new flashlight.Save yourself the headache and don't buy this. The 5-star reviews are from people who just bought the flashlight and haven't owned/used it long enough to have it fail. 1It was a great compact and light EDC LED flashlight It was a great compact and light EDC LED flashlight, however it stopped working in 2 month. The blue charging light turns on but the main LED light no longer works. I'm guessing the slight bumps with the keys made something break. Don't waste you money on this one unless you plan on putting it in it's own padded carrying case. This thing is too delicate to survive as a EDC or on a keychain. 1This light is great! Has one small issue. I was pleasantly surprised by this light. It was much better than I expected. The light output is very bright for it's small size on the brightest setting. I am impressed that they got this much light out of a standard 5mm LED. The low brightness setting isn't too useful, but it's nice to have. The rechargeable battery is the best part, it doesn't come with a cable but will work with any micro USB cable. Mine came fully discharged, and needed to be charged for about an hour. The charging indicator is bright and shines through the LED a little bit. It's also smaller than it appears in the picture, this is actually a good thing, as I thought it would be too bulky for my keychain. It fits very nicely on my keychain even with a lot of keys. It looks durable enough to be banging around with the keys on my keychain. Overall I highly recommend this little light. Everyone should have one of these!UPDATE 11/2/2017:This light makes an incredible hanging work light for working on my car in the dark. I have this light on my keychain with a carabineer and it hangs perfectly from my hood. It provided more than enough light for a quick fix in an emergency.UPDATE 2/5/2018:My nitecore light had stopped working. It wouldn't charge and it wouldn't turn on no matter how long it was charged. I thought it was dead, so I opened it up, which was surprisingly easy for such a small device. Just 4 small screws and a small amount of glue on the internal circuit board. I found that the positive connection for the battery to the circuit board was broken off the board. I was able to solder it back and it has worked for about 2 weeks with no issues. If it still is a problem I'm sure I'll be able to get some sort of warranty service from Nitecore. If it breaks again I'll update the review. 5NiteCore Tube Keychain Light T Series with 45 Lumens Review This is a review of the Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series with a 45 lumen output. In short, I think this is a great light that has taken a huge step forward in functionality from other keychain lights. I highly recommend this light, especially to those who already use a Micro USB to charge their phone.Though the concept of a tiny, lightweight flashlight to attach to your keys is a great idea, I normally have stayed away from those. The 1st and main reason is that the batteries for those things are not rechargeable, and you have to go looking for a specific watch-type of battery that is not readily available such as AA or AAA batteries. This Nitecore Tube Keychain Light has fortunately resolved this shortcoming by providing a rechargeable product that uses a Micro USB connector, similar to what you will use for most Android phones. 2nd, most of the keychain lights are not that bright, though I have found a couple that were. Not only does Nitecore provide one of the brightest at 45 lumens, there are two settings (there is a button to click once for low and twice for high), and low mode is an adjustable brightness setting (via a press and hold of the button on low-mode).Positives:1. Bright flood style light!2. Provides a wide area of light, not narrow as some other lights.3. Simple function using a single button, easy access for two modes, and the low-mode has an adjustable brightness setting.4. Rechargeable!5. Uses a Micro USB connector to charge the battery, which is what many people use to charge their Android and other phones!6. Small form factor.7. Extremely light weight (0.34oz or 9.6g with battery), compared the Fenix E05 AAA light with aluminum construction (0.44oz or 12.5g without battery).8. Water resistant seals.9. Durable within the past couple of months of daily carry with keys in my pocket.10. The charge indicator LED light in blue is functionally beautiful as it alerts you that the light is connected to power and charging.Negatives:1. I wish it were waterproof to IPX-8 standards of submersible for 30 minutes, but this is more of a wish than a negative. I go swimming and fishing often and would not have to worry if this had more protection.2. The bright, wide angle light is so broad that it can provide some glare in your own field of view at certain angles.Note: I have not tested the runtime of this light and will reserve comment on that aspect.Overall, I rate the NiteCore Tube Keychain Light T Series with 45 lumens a very solid 4.8 out of 5.0. The only ways I can imagine improving this light is to make it meet IPX-8 standards so it is submersible and to design it to produce less glare (if it is possible as this may interfere with the light's ergonomics). I highly recommend this light and have already purchased three of these. I prefer the looks of the clear.UPDATE July 30, 2016:Attached are some additional pictures comparing the NiteCore Tube Keychain Light in Black rated at 45 lumens vs the Olight i3E AAA Flashlight in Black rated at 90 lumens. The beam shots are with the Olight on the left and the NiteCore on the right. The Olight is slightly heavier, though both are extremely lightweight, and noticeably brighter. Included are pictures of the glare that you get from the side view, which can be a bit blinding. The NiteCore Tube is still a revolutionary light due to being rechargeable via a Micro USB connection. I just prefer a Olight due to being so light in weight and bright despite using a AAA Eneloop battery, and being waterproof. 5Not only do I recommend it highly, but I would also suggest buying several. Specifications Max Output: 45 lumens Max Beam Distance: 24 m Max Beam Intensity: 150 cd Max Run time: 48 h 0 m / 2 d Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion Beam color: White light Beam angle: Up to 100 Length: 56.5 mm / 2.22 in Head Size: 21 mm / 0.83 in Weight: 9.6 g / 0.34 oz Features One click: Low mode. 1 lumen, for 48 hours. Double click: High mode. 45 lumens for 1 hour. Double click, holding down the second click: Infinitely Variable Brightness. Hold to reach your desired light output. USB rechargeable, rubber cover for Micro USB slot, rubber button, 11mm and 20mm split rings. It does not come with a micro USB cord for charging, though it will work with any. While charging, a blue light will emits from within the flashlight. It will turn off once it has been fully charged. While charging, you cannot turn the light on. No momentary function. You have to fully click it, or keep the button pressed to turn it on. Charging takes about an hour from fully discharged to fully charged, and this will vary, depending on the discharge level. At high mode (45 lumens), it will dim after about 50 minutes of constant use. You have about ten minutes left before it dims to 1-2 lumens. Recharging would be advisable. There is no safety to prevent it from turning on, and because the button is raised from the body, it may turn on involuntary. ThoughtsI love it. It is so small I don't feel it on my keychain. It is powerful enough to navigate a dark street or find something in a pitch black room, yet it also has a low mode for tasks that do not require much light, like reading a note, finding a keyhole, looking into a bag etc. I love the low mode, since it does not drain the battery and is bright enough for many tasks. The infinitely variable brightness is a nice touch.It also comes with two keyrings, and most importantly, it is USB rechargeable. No need to buy those expensive and rare watch batteries. Just plug it in a USB, wait an hour, and you're good to go.Not only do I recommend it highly, but I would also suggest buying several. Give one to all your loved ones, keep them in packs and kits, use them as zipper pulls, hand them out as gifts. They are very well-made, durable, very bright, small enough to go on your keys, and just very hand to have. Great product, at a great price.Maybe Nitecore will release a steel casing version, for increased durability. That would be nice too. Photos Disassembled unit. Size comparison: AA battery, Gerber Shard, Key-Bak, Nite Ize QuicKey, Namann Key pocket knife, Nitecore Tube, Gerber Dime. 5Very nice light; ONE FATAL FLAW I've had 3 of these lights now, one from a couple years ago that mysteriously stopped working despite the charging port still indicating it was charging and two more which quit working recently.I decided to tear down my two most recent ones at the same time and noticed they both had the same issue with the positive connections coming free from the board. I was able to fix one of these by reflowing the solder, but the oldest one appears to have discharged itself into oblivion.The positive solder connection sits between the case and the board, so flexing from normal use will always kill the device after being in your pocket for long enough.Long story short: buy it if you need something to throw in your bag. Don't bother if you intend to use it on your key ring. 2
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I take it with me wherever i go ! it is just incredible how such a little light can be so efficient and well made. the body is made from polycarbonate materials so it is impact resistant approved and there are videos of this light on youtube testing it on a hardcore level of running it over with a jeep and the thing still works, the adjustable lumen feature is very cool , going from 1 to 45 lumens so you can see perfectly in front of you i'd say about 5-6 meters which is incredible for just a little keychain light. the button is solid and stays in place without any shaking.the battery type is li-on and the charging system is awesome, you do not have to worry about overcharging it or voltage unbalances because it has a intelligent protection charging system which is USB guys! (the charging cord is the same of a usb samsung cell phone so you can find it anywhere and at a low cost)how cool is that ? guys like me who travel a lot abroad i don't have to worry about 110V,220V,230V and BS like that, i just plug it in to my portable pc and it's done charging in less than an hour.I have had this flashlight for about 2 months now and all i can say is that it is a great product and many great compliments to nitecore on this one.P.Sit is very important that you know what purpose you need a flashlight for ,then you choose which suits you best . don't just go for the most convenient and think that it will do the job for every situation. hunting,fishing,personal defence,EDC,keychain,bike riding,hiking,inspection,spotting ecc.... each of these activities requires different types of flashlights most of the the time . thankyou for reading have a good one. 5Great Little Light I'm super picky about the size of my keyring. My requirement is that is must fit in the coin pocket of my jeans. I keep three house keys, a Swiss+Tech Utility key, and a now this little light. It all fits perfect.The low setting is enough to move around the house if it's dark, especially if your eyes are night adjusted. The high setting is brighter than I thought it would be from something this small. It's plenty to light a room, see down a hallway or light a blacked out stairwell. The light is mostly flood with no real spot. When it's charging there is a tiny blue light that's visible, it goes off when fully charged. I love that I can top it off and know that it's completely charged, unlike my other coin cell key chain lights.I tested the run time on high and got to about 50 minutes before I noticed a real drop in brightness. At about 60 minutes it had dimmed very noticeably but was still plenty to navigate a room. After 70 minutes it had really dimmed to just a lumen or two but was still usable to navigate indoors. It was probably the equivalent of it's low setting. I stopped testing after that so as not to completely drain the battery since Lithium Ions don't like to be completely discharged.I paid $11.99 for it in Dec '14 with Prime. I noticed the price has gone up a little. I hope they keep low, especially considering there is no charging cord included (make sure you have a micro USB cable). Even so, it's amazing how far LED flashlights have come in the last few years. 5Dealer Does Respond or Honor Warranty I bought a Tube in May 2016. In November 2016 the light stopped working and would not recharge. I contacted Nitecore regarding the warranty. Nitecore said I should contact the seller. The seller, Performance Outdoor Gear, answered one e-mail and will not respond further. I've contacted Nitecore again telling them their dealer will not respond to a warranty request. I waiting for an answer. I cannot recommend Performance Outdoor Gear. 1Not Dead Yet!! User Note: It died within 10 minutes after removing it from package and we thought we'd have to return it. Was still unresponsive after a full charge (there's a tiny blue-hued indicator light while plugged into charger). But then we fiddled with the button once more, since there was nothing to lose... and after keeping it depressed a few seconds the light began working as usual again.It's tiny and 1 Lumen is bright enough to see inside your sleeping bag without disturbing others while camped, or a dead-of-night trip to the loo as a hotel guest. 45 Lumens is plenty bright -- possibly too bright -- for rummaging in a bag or glovebox as passenger in a vehicle at night. Extremely handy little rechargeable light. Approx 48 hrs @ 1Lumen and 1hr @ 45Lumen per full charge (no clue how long that remains true over time and charges). 4Disposable Trash This is a great keychain flashlight when it works, but unfortunately they only last for a few months and then break. After about 5 months of light use mine no longer turns on at all and no longer charges. The charging indicator lights up showing that the battery is being charged, but no amount of button pushes will get it to turn on no matter how long it is charged.To make matters worse, Nitecore does NOT honor their "lifetime" warranty at all. After making me send them my receipt multiple times and send them a video showing that the keychain is broken they told me that I would have to pay the full cost of shipping the item to China and back for repair. Something that would cost more than just buying a brand new flashlight.Save yourself the headache and don't buy this. The 5-star reviews are from people who just bought the flashlight and haven't owned/used it long enough to have it fail. 1It was a great compact and light EDC LED flashlight It was a great compact and light EDC LED flashlight, however it stopped working in 2 month. The blue charging light turns on but the main LED light no longer works. I'm guessing the slight bumps with the keys made something break. Don't waste you money on this one unless you plan on putting it in it's own padded carrying case. This thing is too delicate to survive as a EDC or on a keychain. 1This light is great! Has one small issue. I was pleasantly surprised by this light. It was much better than I expected. The light output is very bright for it's small size on the brightest setting. I am impressed that they got this much light out of a standard 5mm LED. The low brightness setting isn't too useful, but it's nice to have. The rechargeable battery is the best part, it doesn't come with a cable but will work with any micro USB cable. Mine came fully discharged, and needed to be charged for about an hour. The charging indicator is bright and shines through the LED a little bit. It's also smaller than it appears in the picture, this is actually a good thing, as I thought it would be too bulky for my keychain. It fits very nicely on my keychain even with a lot of keys. It looks durable enough to be banging around with the keys on my keychain. Overall I highly recommend this little light. Everyone should have one of these!UPDATE 11/2/2017:This light makes an incredible hanging work light for working on my car in the dark. I have this light on my keychain with a carabineer and it hangs perfectly from my hood. It provided more than enough light for a quick fix in an emergency.UPDATE 2/5/2018:My nitecore light had stopped working. It wouldn't charge and it wouldn't turn on no matter how long it was charged. I thought it was dead, so I opened it up, which was surprisingly easy for such a small device. Just 4 small screws and a small amount of glue on the internal circuit board. I found that the positive connection for the battery to the circuit board was broken off the board. I was able to solder it back and it has worked for about 2 weeks with no issues. If it still is a problem I'm sure I'll be able to get some sort of warranty service from Nitecore. If it breaks again I'll update the review. 5NiteCore Tube Keychain Light T Series with 45 Lumens Review This is a review of the Nitecore Tube Keychain Light T Series with a 45 lumen output. In short, I think this is a great light that has taken a huge step forward in functionality from other keychain lights. I highly recommend this light, especially to those who already use a Micro USB to charge their phone.Though the concept of a tiny, lightweight flashlight to attach to your keys is a great idea, I normally have stayed away from those. The 1st and main reason is that the batteries for those things are not rechargeable, and you have to go looking for a specific watch-type of battery that is not readily available such as AA or AAA batteries. This Nitecore Tube Keychain Light has fortunately resolved this shortcoming by providing a rechargeable product that uses a Micro USB connector, similar to what you will use for most Android phones. 2nd, most of the keychain lights are not that bright, though I have found a couple that were. Not only does Nitecore provide one of the brightest at 45 lumens, there are two settings (there is a button to click once for low and twice for high), and low mode is an adjustable brightness setting (via a press and hold of the button on low-mode).Positives:1. Bright flood style light!2. Provides a wide area of light, not narrow as some other lights.3. Simple function using a single button, easy access for two modes, and the low-mode has an adjustable brightness setting.4. Rechargeable!5. Uses a Micro USB connector to charge the battery, which is what many people use to charge their Android and other phones!6. Small form factor.7. Extremely light weight (0.34oz or 9.6g with battery), compared the Fenix E05 AAA light with aluminum construction (0.44oz or 12.5g without battery).8. Water resistant seals.9. Durable within the past couple of months of daily carry with keys in my pocket.10. The charge indicator LED light in blue is functionally beautiful as it alerts you that the light is connected to power and charging.Negatives:1. I wish it were waterproof to IPX-8 standards of submersible for 30 minutes, but this is more of a wish than a negative. I go swimming and fishing often and would not have to worry if this had more protection.2. The bright, wide angle light is so broad that it can provide some glare in your own field of view at certain angles.Note: I have not tested the runtime of this light and will reserve comment on that aspect.Overall, I rate the NiteCore Tube Keychain Light T Series with 45 lumens a very solid 4.8 out of 5.0. The only ways I can imagine improving this light is to make it meet IPX-8 standards so it is submersible and to design it to produce less glare (if it is possible as this may interfere with the light's ergonomics). I highly recommend this light and have already purchased three of these. I prefer the looks of the clear.UPDATE July 30, 2016:Attached are some additional pictures comparing the NiteCore Tube Keychain Light in Black rated at 45 lumens vs the Olight i3E AAA Flashlight in Black rated at 90 lumens. The beam shots are with the Olight on the left and the NiteCore on the right. The Olight is slightly heavier, though both are extremely lightweight, and noticeably brighter. Included are pictures of the glare that you get from the side view, which can be a bit blinding. The NiteCore Tube is still a revolutionary light due to being rechargeable via a Micro USB connection. I just prefer a Olight due to being so light in weight and bright despite using a AAA Eneloop battery, and being waterproof. 5Not only do I recommend it highly, but I would also suggest buying several. Specifications Max Output: 45 lumens Max Beam Distance: 24 m Max Beam Intensity: 150 cd Max Run time: 48 h 0 m / 2 d Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion Beam color: White light Beam angle: Up to 100 Length: 56.5 mm / 2.22 in Head Size: 21 mm / 0.83 in Weight: 9.6 g / 0.34 oz Features One click: Low mode. 1 lumen, for 48 hours. Double click: High mode. 45 lumens for 1 hour. Double click, holding down the second click: Infinitely Variable Brightness. Hold to reach your desired light output. USB rechargeable, rubber cover for Micro USB slot, rubber button, 11mm and 20mm split rings. It does not come with a micro USB cord for charging, though it will work with any. While charging, a blue light will emits from within the flashlight. It will turn off once it has been fully charged. While charging, you cannot turn the light on. No momentary function. You have to fully click it, or keep the button pressed to turn it on. Charging takes about an hour from fully discharged to fully charged, and this will vary, depending on the discharge level. At high mode (45 lumens), it will dim after about 50 minutes of constant use. You have about ten minutes left before it dims to 1-2 lumens. Recharging would be advisable. There is no safety to prevent it from turning on, and because the button is raised from the body, it may turn on involuntary. ThoughtsI love it. It is so small I don't feel it on my keychain. It is powerful enough to navigate a dark street or find something in a pitch black room, yet it also has a low mode for tasks that do not require much light, like reading a note, finding a keyhole, looking into a bag etc. I love the low mode, since it does not drain the battery and is bright enough for many tasks. The infinitely variable brightness is a nice touch.It also comes with two keyrings, and most importantly, it is USB rechargeable. No need to buy those expensive and rare watch batteries. Just plug it in a USB, wait an hour, and you're good to go.Not only do I recommend it highly, but I would also suggest buying several. Give one to all your loved ones, keep them in packs and kits, use them as zipper pulls, hand them out as gifts. They are very well-made, durable, very bright, small enough to go on your keys, and just very hand to have. Great product, at a great price.Maybe Nitecore will release a steel casing version, for increased durability. That would be nice too. Photos Disassembled unit. Size comparison: AA battery, Gerber Shard, Key-Bak, Nite Ize QuicKey, Namann Key pocket knife, Nitecore Tube, Gerber Dime. 5Very nice light; ONE FATAL FLAW I've had 3 of these lights now, one from a couple years ago that mysteriously stopped working despite the charging port still indicating it was charging and two more which quit working recently.I decided to tear down my two most recent ones at the same time and noticed they both had the same issue with the positive connections coming free from the board. I was able to fix one of these by reflowing the solder, but the oldest one appears to have discharged itself into oblivion.The positive solder connection sits between the case and the board, so flexing from normal use will always kill the device after being in your pocket for long enough.Long story short: buy it if you need something to throw in your bag. Don't bother if you intend to use it on your key ring. 2
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