Reviewed by Whiskey Alpha Six Niner from Kansas City, Missouri on Thursday, May 09, 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 B Cville from Virginia on Monday, November 16, 2015
I have bought 5 of these, and as the days get darker I might get some more.
They are small even for keychain lights. I have one clipped on my messenger bag, so when I cant see steps or a path I can just reach down and click it on. Plenty of light for that.
It isnt a substitute for a flashlight, but it's a great substitute for darkness.
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.