April 3, 2013
Swipe-to-Shine LED Microlight — "Switch from the switch"
From the website:
This innovative touch-activated microlight lights with a simple swipe, making bright — 16 lumens — LED illumination easy, instant, and ultra-convenient.
Featuring innovative "Swipe To Shine" touch technology, the light is compact, convenient, and impressively powerful.
Its durable water-and-shock-resistant casing is designed to fit comfortably in your hand.
The white LED is activated nearly instantly with a quick right-to-left swipe of the thumb, thus eliminating the need to fumble with a switch.
High, variable dimming, low, and flash modes allow you to use the light for everything from reading maps to finding keyholes to sending alert signals.
The included versatile S-biner stainless steel double-gated carabiner can be clipped to key chains, belt loops, zipper pulls, purse, or backpack straps to keep your microlight conveniently where you need it, when you need it.
Details and Features:
• Features dual electrode capacitive sensing technology which we call "Swipe-To-Shine"
• Four functions: High power, Variable dim, Low power, and Strobe
• Temperature operation range: –4° F/–20°C to 104°F/40°C
• Battery type: Two replaceable 2032 Li batteries (included)
• Carabiner clip attaches securely and releases easily
• Run time: High 9 hours/Low 64 hours
• Thumb grip pad for non-slip control
• Dimensions: 3.18" x 1.09" x 0.43"
• Lumens: High 16/Low 2
• Weight: 0.53 oz (15g)
• LED color: White
Translucent Smoke, Olive, Blue, or Orange body.
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I had a flashlight with a switch similar to this (not exactly swipe-to-activate), and my problem was accidental activation. I got a lot of "Are your pants glowing, or are you just glad to see me?". Also, I went through many batteries.
For my money, the absolute best pocket flashlight is the Streamlight Stylus Pro. It's lasted for years, it takes AAA batteries (which are easy to find as rechargeables), and it's shockingly bright.
Posted by: Nathan | Apr 4, 2013 10:43:26 AM
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