Nite Ize Radiant Microlight

Sale price$9.00
.35 oz - 9.2 g Small Light

This 6 lumen microlight offers four lighting modes and is housed in a durable body that's less than 2" long. It also features a universal clip for secure attachment to a key chain or zipper pull, and comes with easily replaceable batteries

Features

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Powered by 2-2016 Lithium coin cell batteries, the Radiant® Microlight is an ingenious micro LED flashlight, with a surprisingly powerful performance - it has an effective range of up to a 50-feet, and one-mile signal visibility. The Microlight also features four lighting functions and a water-and-crush-resistant body, plus a stainless-steel universal clip that attaches easily to keys, zippers, purses, backpacks, military gear and any number of convenient locations.

Details

  • Four Functions - High Power, Low Power, Strobe, and Signal Mode
  • Run Time (up to): 22 hours
  • Effective Range (up to): 50 ft (15.24 m)
  • Signal Visibility (up to): 1 mi (1.61 km)
  • Battery Type: 2-2016 Lithium batteries included
  • Easy-Open/Snap-shut construction for effortless battery replacement
  • Dimensions: 1.85" x 1.00" x 0.33" | 4.70cm x 2.54cm x 0.83cm
  • Weight: 0.35oz | 9.22g
  • Temperature Operation Range: From -4° F / -20° C to +104° F /+40° C
  • Durable stainless-steel universal clip attaches securely and releases easily
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Pickup available at 8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

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Nite Ize Radiant Microlight

Nite Ize Radiant Microlight

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue
Beaverton OR 97008
United States

5034302303

Customer Reviews

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Ben S.
Bright, lightweight, useful light

The light appears to be high quality and is actually brighter than the rechargeable version. I ordered several of these to keep in packs and am pleased with them.

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Bob Weggel
Ultralite light

Excellent for its size. Might Six Moons offer a brighter version--heavier, of course, and pricier?