Reviewed by Whiskey Alpha Six Niner from Kansas City, Missouri on Thursday, May 9, 2013
An absolutely perfect little light. Small & unobtrusive yet very bright. I have bought 7 of these so far. We are putting one in each bug out backpack, our medical backpack, on the zipper pulls of our sleeping bags, & on zipper pulls of our Gore-Tex parkas. I know I'll end up buying more, as I want t...
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Reviewed by BROWNCOUNTYBOB from Indianapolis on Saturday, September 12, 2015
I ordered two of these. First one works like a champ. The light is very small, but has a bright light. I tried the second one and the light was quite dim - not even half as bright as the first one. So I opened the second one to see what type of batteries are used in case I wanted to replace them. The batteries are very thin. I tried to reassemble the light case. Forget about it. The light either did not turn on, or turned on and would not shut off. I contacted S TP customer service and suggested they just send me a replacement, since the sales price was very low and it did not make sense to return. STP agreed and is sending me a new one at no charge. Thanks STP! Just hope the second one works and is bright. Also, forget trying to put the small ring on. I had several larger ones and was able to attach one to the light.
Reviewed by En-lighten-er from Chicago on Saturday, July 18, 2015
Switch makes the difference compared to same design without switch. I give them to friends and before I give it to them I slide a small slotted screwdriver into the tiny key chain, spread the ring wide enough to slip the flashlight onto it and work it onto the light. I also work the switch back and forth to get it working smoother for my friends. I have read some of the reviews and many people are challenged to affix the little ring onto the light, I say; use mechanical advantage.
Reviewed by comfort seeker from CA on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
the product description said there's an on and off switch. on one of the units we ordered, there was no switch. on the other unit, the switch didn't work. this is a tiny item and it takes patience and tools to get the key ring fastened onto the light. the product is made of hard plastic and requires hard hand pressure to activate the light; not comfortable to use.
Reviewed by Anonymous from colorado springs on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Love having these lil lights on my keychain (we have those obnoxious gang mailboxes, so having a little light to see what has been crammed in our box helps) --- or any other time you need a little light this is with ya.