Multi-color Rechargeable Mini Flashlight

Item No.: M1R
☑️ Specially designed for walking, camping, everyday carry for kids or adults
☑️ Extremely mini with 200 lumens and 55m beam throw
☑️ Versatile with white, red, and UV lighting
☑️ Multi-colors available
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Description

Brief Introduction
 

M1R is a mini torch producing a maximum 200 lumens and 55m beam throw. Equipped with 3 LEDs, the mini flashlight features triple outputs of white, red, and UV lighting. The single top switch allows easily selecting among 6 modes of white low -> white med -> white high -> red -> red flash -> UV. 

Additionally, the pocket flashlight M1R features USB TYPE-C rechargeable, memory function, and battery level indicator, which allows easy and cost-effective use in daily life. 

Even with a length of less than 2″, the supermini but versatile keychain flashlight is extremely tough with an IPX8 waterproofness and 2m impact resistance. The multicolor led flashlight M1R is a great kids flashlight or EDC tool on your keys, in your pocket, bag, or drawer that always comes in handy when you need any illumination.

 

Main Features

 

☑️ Extremely Lightweight & Portable

The micro square keychain flashlight weighs 0.69oz with length less than 2", which is extremely compact and small enough to be attached to your key, hung on the bag, fit in your palm or pocket.

 

☑️ Versatile with White, Red, and UV lighting

The small torch is a combination of white, red, and UV lighting, max 200 lumens/180ft beam distance.

 

☑️ USB TYPE-C Rechargeable

The mini LED flashlight is USB rechargeable and powered by a 200mAh built-in Li-ion battery. It can be easily charged by a charging cable and a 5V adaptor.

 

 

Specification

   
Material: Aero grade aluminum
Surface Finish: HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
Color:  Black/Desert Yellow/Burgundy
Weight: 
19.5g/0.69oz (including battery)
Size: 
50.4*24*11 mm/1.98*0.94*0.43"
Battery:  200mAh Built-in Li-ion Battery
LED: 3 LEDs - 1*White, 1*Red, 1*UV
Max Runtime:  40 hours
Max Beam Intensity:  756 cd
Max Beam Distance: 55 meters/180 feet
Max Output:  200 Lumens
Switch:  Single Top Switch
Lighting Color: White, red, UV
Mode:  6 modes
Charging Way: USB TYPE-C Rechargeable
Working Temperature: -30℃ to 50℃
Waterproof Rating: IPX-8 (2 meters underwater)
Impact Resistant Rating: 2m
Warranty: 5-year free warranty and through-life warranty support



In the Package

☑️ 1* Little Flashlight M1R with Built-in Battery
☑️ 1* TYPE-C charging cable
☑️ 1* Lanyard
☑️ 1* Warranty Card
☑️ 1* User Manual



Optional Accessories

☑️ None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAQ

Q1: How many modes does the small flashlight M1R have?

A: M1R has 6 outputs and 3 lighting colors - white (high, med, low), red (on, flicker), and UV.

 

 

Q2: What is the purpose of red lighting on the flat flashlight M1R?

A: Human eyes adjust faster to red lighting than white when transitioning from darkness to light. Thus, red lighting is helpful to preserve night vision and protect eyes. Also, it can avoid waking up your companion and allow yourself to fall asleep fast after getting up in the middle of the night. Red lighting is also helpful to make you more visible when you need help in an emergency. Another benefit of red lighting is pest control. Red lighting would help you keep away from mosquitoes.

 

 

Q3: What is a UV flashlight?

A: A UV flashlight emits ultraviolet radiation, which is a type of light energy invisible to the human eye. When ultraviolet light hits certain objects, they can fluoresce - a phenomenon similar to a bright glow. Many objects and substances such as paints, dyes, minerals, cosmetics, detergents, paper money, exhibit fluorescence, which means that the presence of these things can be detected only when a UV light source shines on them.

 

 

Q4: What is the purpose of UV lighting on the little flashlight M1R?

A: Ultraviolet UV flashlight M1R can be used by banks, retail stores, and government officials to detect if the bill is fake, or if a driver’s license is authentic. It can also help a mom to check if the detergent or baby diapers are safe or not. It can also be used by a lady to detect if the cosmetics are secure.

 

 

Q5: Which output will the small powerful flashlight go to when its turned on?

A: M1R has a memory function. Each time you turn on the light, it will go to the last working output for your convenience.

 

 

Q6: Is the tiny flashlight M1R easily to be turned on by accident in my pocket or bag?

A: To avoid being turned on by accident, M1R features a lockout function. With light off, double click the switch, the light will blink twice to lock. Double click the switch again, the light will be unlocked for normal use.

 

 

Q7: How long will it take for a full charge?

A: It will take about 1.5 hours for a full charge with a circuit speed of 200mA.

Please remember to plug back the protective cap after charging for better waterproof performance.

 

 

Q8: How can I know the remaining power level?

A: For users’ convenience, M1R features a Dynamic Real-Time Battery Level Monitor System, which allows users to know the power level at any time.

 

With the light off, single click the switch to check the power status.

Green constant on: Battery >80%;

Green blinking: Battery 50%-80%;

Red constant on: Battery 20%-50%;

Red blinking: Battery <20%.

 

When the light is on, the battery level indicator will blink in red to remind you of charging in case the power is low.

 

 

Q9: Why cant I turn my flashlight on?

 

A: Firstly, please check if the light has been in a lockout. Secondly, please ensure the light has enough power.

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