Insane Max Beam Throw 1020 Feet @ Full Power & 520 lumens!
Weight Is Only .75 Ounces & Uses new ORAM 6500K cool white LED!
The new Peanut Beast is the brightest flashlight in its class
Dont forget to add a 10440 battery adapter for 400% more runtime ( Here )
The Peanut Beast is an incredibly versatile flashlight, you don't feel it on your keys, but its there when you need it. It features a very easy user interface with 3 basic modes: Low / Medium High and Turbo when needed. It also has a moon mode, at 1 lumens, which is able to last upto 12 hours. Whenever you are walking your dog, camping outside, looking for keyholes, or emergency lighting at night, the Peanut Beast is a useful EDC flashlight.
3 Primary modes + Turbo + Moon Mode
1. Low 70 Lumens - upto 40 minutes 2. Medium 300 Lumens upto 30 minutes 3. High 460 Lumens upto 21 Minutes + Turbo 520 Lumens upto 14 Minutes - Double click any time to access Turbo
Also to access secret 1 Lumen moon mode just press and hold the button from the off position for 2 seconds
Max Runtime 12 Hours in Lunar Low
IP-68 Based on test conditions for submersion in up to 1.5 meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes.
The Smallest & Brightest Flashlight We Make!
Check Out This "BRILLIANT" Powerhouse.
Just change to the charging brass ( Buttery Smooth ) head to charge the light and you're all set to keep on trekking.
Can be charged from work, home, laptop, USB Battery pack....
Length: 2.1" Diameter: .94"‚
Weight: .75 Ounces - With Battery
Battery weight 3 Grams
Comes with extra o-rings
LED Type: OSRAM KW 6500K cool white LED with a life span up to 50,000 hours. ( Newest & Brightest Emitter )
Smooth Deep Reflector for a smooth even beam
Recharge Time is 30-80 minutes - depending on charge rate source
The reflector is aluminum alloy.
Flashlight body is made of Aircraft Grade Aluminium ( Buttery Smooth )
Battery is 10180 Lithium Cell 80mAh
The lens has been treated with a AR (Anti-Reflective) coating.
Its proprietary circuit design features reverse polarity protection and runs off of one 10180 battery
1x 10180 Lithium Rechargeable Battery 1x USB Charging Cable 1x Landyard Loop 1x Charging Head With Charge indicator ( Red While Charging / Green When Full ) 1x Peanut - Beast Light & Body 2x Spare O-Rings
Recommended charge cycle is weekly or as needed based on use and standby mode
For extended standby times just unscrew the back end 1/2 turn so the button doesn't use power.
Also always a great idea to keep a spare battery with you as needed ( Here )
A NOTE FROM THE LEGAL DEPARTMENT: WE RECOMMEND THE USE OF VERY HIGH QUALITY 10180 BATTERIES WITH THIS FLASHLIGHT. WE DO NOT RECOMMEND THE USE OF HIGHER VOLTAGE BATTERIES.
ALSO THE LIGHT CAN BECOME WARM IN TURBO MODE IF THIS IS USED FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD. ANY ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THESE LIGHTS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. WE KNOW WHEN YOU TRY TO REMOVE THE PILL. SAFETY IS OUR PRIMARY CONCERN AND ALWAYS CHARGE LITHIUM CELLS IN A SAFE DRY COOL PLACE.
Almost dim enough on low, plenty bright on high, good value.
Battery longevity seems reasonable, too new to have discharged one yet.
Good interface for mode selection.
dellrazor (Littleton, US)
This tiny EDC light really sends a beam down range but easily transitions to low light conserving power and remaining stealthy. I particularly like the simplified UI and ease of lockout by a twist of the barrel.
Awesome tiny light with amazing beam , really unbelievable just how bright this tiny light is !
Get one , you won't regret it ! Also pick up a spare battery !
Jon (Ann Arbor, US)
Tiny package, crazy throw!
The amount of output and throw from such a tiny light is absolutely insane. It really has to be seen to be believed. This thing throws farther than other lights I have with significantly larger reflectors and brighter emitters. The UI is intuitive and complete. Great selections of modes laid out in a logical pattern, with direct access to moonlight and turbo which I think is a must. My only gripe is with the red led in the power switch - with the battery capacity being what it is, I'm concerned about running my battery down by carrying the light with the power switch led on. So, I loosen the battery cap slightly. This also wouldn't be much of a complaint if it weren't for the bright flash from the main emitter when the battery cap is re-tightened. In my opinion, if it weren't for the always-on red led in the power switch, this would be the perfect edc pocket thrower.
Kevin Hartman (Mound, US)
Little dynamo, but mind that power switch drain when storing!
this light is small and does more than you would expect. I'm glad I purchased a second battery because I didn't read the part on backing off the battery to prevent the power switch from draining the installed battery while in storage. The charging method is a bit cumbersome and I'm a bit worried I'll lose the charging connector over time but I guess I'll just have to devise a method to not let that happen. Giving this light one tick for the charging system.