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droidon1
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  • JoinedMar 2013
  • Posts 7
  • Reviews 6
  • Kudos3
Overall   (4.5)
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PROS
very very lightweight relatively high output on 1.5v AAA accepts 3.7v 10440s (non protected) but heats up very fast reversible pocket clip for use with a baseball cap as a headlight hidden strobo
CONS
threads could be cut better modes are MED>HI>LO, could be LO>MED>HI a bit pricey
I use this light as a super light EDC, when I do not want to carry anything I carry this. Has decent output, the pocket clip hold tight so it will not slip out of the pocket so easily. I like it, would buy it again.
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andi_edds
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  • JoinedMar 2013
  • Posts 0
  • Reviews 2
  • Kudos0
Overall   (4.2)
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PROS
Small High output many modes
CONS
Starts with Mid level output instead of moonlight keychain hook
This light is a great update to the i3 EOS and adds a moonlight mode and strobe (only accessible with a special
on/off sequence). It's light, small and head turning to switch modes is absolutely smooth.
Only small issues are the keychain hook, which i removed. It does not really work the way i would've wished and
the chain does not look very stable. IMHO the light is even better looking without the keychain. The clip is just fine.

Some will find that the mode sequence should start in moonlight and not in mid level. I find
it acceptable.

It's overall a great EDC light with a nice tint and makes a very good present to dear ones as well.
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Lyubo
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  • JoinedDec 2012
  • Posts 78
  • Reviews 35
  • Kudos17
Overall   (5.0)
› Quality
› Value
PROS
Ultra compact Works with AAA battery Has a clip Starts on medium
CONS
If you have the older I3 it does'n worth the upgrade in my opinion
Great little flashlight. I bought it for a friend. I have the original O'Light I3 EOS so I can compare both of them. The hotspot is tighter and brighter. Doesn't use PWM!!!! on any mode!!! unlike the original I3. Comes with the box on the photo. The clip is removable. I really like the flashlight, I don't think it's worth the upgrade from older I3
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firmanw
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  • JoinedMar 2013
  • Posts 1
  • Reviews 2
  • Kudos0
Overall   (5.0)
› Quality
› Value
PROS
3 modes plus strobe High quality built Pocket clip Efficient circuit driver
CONS
Always begin with medium mode 0.5 lumens on low mode is way too low which is relatively useless
This flashlight able to light at 20 lumens in 8 hours which none other AAA able to do that. Since it painted aluminium so it get scratched by the keys from time to time. All I want to see is a stainless steel or titanium version of this flashlight to make it scratch free and set the low mode to 5 or 3 lumens.
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bgyen
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  • JoinedMar 2013
  • Posts 2
  • Reviews 4
  • Kudos1
Overall   (4.7)
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› Value
PROS
I like how the spaced out the various level of brightness Very well built Pocket clip can be re-positioned Very even light distribution
I really like this light. I've found I use it a lot since placing it along with my keys (which I always have on me) on my keychain. I was a little worried about the twisty-ness of the the switch. As if the flashlight would come undone in my pocket or it would twist itself on. All of my uneasiness has come to pass after having this in my pockets after a week. There's just enough tension to keep things from twisting when not intended.
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