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Photon X-Light Micro

£9.95
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One of Photon's best-kept secrets when it comes to value! LRI's X-Light Micro features squeeze on/off, plus full-range adjustable brightness in an economical package. This rugged, compact, LED flashlight includes the same Freedom(R) "Smart Circuit" technology found in the high-end Photon Freedom Micro series of keychain lights.



  • Simple & Intuitive Single-Button Operation -- Easy operation even with gloves. Electronic, instant full power on/off at any time. Full range brightness control. 4 Safety beacons: Slow - Medium - Fast - SOS. Signal / Morse Code mode.

  • 4.5 Lumens -- Brightest LEDs available. Plenty of light to illuminate any path, or to light up an entire room indoors. Visible over 1 mile.

  • 18+ Hour Run Time -- Energizer CR2016 Lithium batteries provide long lasting service even in sub-zero temperatures.

  • Replaceable Batteries -- Quick, easy battery replacement.

  • Button Glows in the Dark

  • Quick release keyring -- Photon quick release keyring attaches to gear or keychain for easy access.

  • Tough polycarbonate body

  • Made in USA

SKU:
PH021
GTIN
Brand:
Photon
Overall Length:
6.2000
Rechargeable:
No
Lumens:
4.5000
Runtime:
12.0000
Bulb:
Ultra Bright LED
Light Colour:
White
Strobe/SOS:
Yes
Product Weight:
8g
Battery Type:
Button Cell
Newest:
2014-06-12 11:25:16
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
GTIN:
00790134000211

Description


One of Photon's best-kept secrets when it comes to value! LRI's X-Light Micro features squeeze on/off, plus full-range adjustable brightness in an economical package. This rugged, compact, LED flashlight includes the same Freedom(R) "Smart Circuit" technology found in the high-end Photon Freedom Micro series of keychain lights.



  • Simple & Intuitive Single-Button Operation -- Easy operation even with gloves. Electronic, instant full power on/off at any time. Full range brightness control. 4 Safety beacons: Slow - Medium - Fast - SOS. Signal / Morse Code mode.

  • 4.5 Lumens -- Brightest LEDs available. Plenty of light to illuminate any path, or to light up an entire room indoors. Visible over 1 mile.

  • 18+ Hour Run Time -- Energizer CR2016 Lithium batteries provide long lasting service even in sub-zero temperatures.

  • Replaceable Batteries -- Quick, easy battery replacement.

  • Button Glows in the Dark

  • Quick release keyring -- Photon quick release keyring attaches to gear or keychain for easy access.

  • Tough polycarbonate body

  • Made in USA

Specification


SKU:
PH021
Brand:
Photon
Overall Length:
6.2000
Rechargeable:
No
Lumens:
5
Runtime:
12.0000
Bulb:
Ultra Bright LED
Light Colour:
White
Strobe/SOS:
Yes
Product Weight:
8g
Battery Type:
Button Cell
Newest:
2014-06-12 11:25:16
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
9.9500
GTIN:
00790134000211

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Reviews


  • 5
    Light & Bright

    Posted by Ruby on 24th Feb 2020

    Like my Photon Freedom Micro - EXCELLENT on receipt. Unlike my 'Freedom', the X-Light Micro is brighter, I found that despite my investment in £6 Energiser Ultimate Lithium CR2016's This cheaper unit still outshines my EDC (you need something to compare it with to see that it is now dim on Full Power) PS: the Freedom still has all its functions - but remember SO DOES THE X-Light

  • 3
    Update: Nice .. while it lasted

    Posted by chipko on 4th Jan 2019

    Mine have stopped functioning due to corrosion. OK, in a tropical climate but that's humid, not wet, or salty. My Microlights used in exactly the same conditions are still fine. Moral? Spend a couple of quid more on the Micro II, more functions and better long term value due to reliability. Which is what you want in an EDC like this. Or I do, anyway.

  • 5
    great

    Posted by paul on 9th Dec 2018

    great little light seems well made

  • 4
    get several!

    Posted by Geoff Roberts on 7th Jul 2015

    One year later, here is my report. The silicone rubber covering on the actuating switch has finally worn through, as I feared it would. That having been said, this is a great little torch! I have mine on a neck lanyard, together with a Spyderco Bug and the abrasion is very great! (My ID is worn blank after about 6 months, which I rather like.) In any case, this is a great little light and it still works with a bit of fiddling. However, despite its shortcomings (see my review), the Microlight II is the superior torch for hard wear (I've used mine every day for about 6 years and the instant-on feature ( not available on the X-light) is very useful). The X-light is , though, well worth the price. Hiennie = BEST, as usual.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by chipko on 21st Nov 2014

    Simple, robust and bright. Having both, I actually prefer this to the Freedom Micro as I don't need the extra programme functions. The great spring clip is the same on both. Thoroughly recommended.

  • 5
    Problems solved

    Posted by Geoff Roberts on 19th Jun 2014

    I've been using the Microlight II pretty much every day for 6 years now (the same one). It is an excellent piece of kit and many of my friends and colleagues now use them too. However, changing the batteries is a tad fiddly and the "constant-on" switch is a bit small. I've just received the X-light via Heinnie's usual superb service and it looks set to surpass the Microlight II. Battery changing is now vastly simplified, the on/off switch is a large press-button and the various modes are easy to use (and quite fun, really). Furthermore, it is cheaper (!), looks way cooler (if that matters to you :) and the button glows in the dark! If it proves to be as robust and long-lived as my trusty Microlight”I think it will”my (minor) problems will be well and truly solved . . .