|Part Number||OLIGHT I3T|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm; 32 Grams|
|Item Model Number||Olight I3T EOS 180 Lumens Dual-Output Sl|
|Batteries||1 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Item Weight||32 g|
Olight I3T EOS 180 Lumens Dual-Output Slim EDC Flashlight for Camping and Hiking
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- ✅【Slim Compact Flashlight】The 3.5 inch body of the I3T EOS penlight fits right in the palm of your hand and produces up to 180 lumens.
- ✅【Simple Operation】The friendly user interface of the I3T is a single tail switch, just click on and off and the I3T EOS will cycle through its brightness settings.
- ✅【Runs a Single AAA Battery】Which are readily available, and provides up to 16 hours of runtime on a fresh battery.
- ✅【Designed for EDC】Stylish double helix knurling provides an excellent grip. An included double sided clip allows for easy attachment to bags or acts as a sturdy pocket clip.
- ✅【Bright Beam】Equipped with a TIR optic lens producing a soft and balanced beam for comfortable use,can take it to anywhere in the dark.
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Olight I3T EOS 180 Lumens Dual-Output Slim EDC Flashlight for Camping and Hiking, Tail Swith Flashlight with AAA battery
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Reviewed in the United States on 23 July 2018
Perfect size for EDC. I have a bigger flashlight (anker brand) that is more tacti-cool and while I like the lithium ion battery and usb charging capability I needed something small and simple for every day carry that would slip into a small pocket. This little thing fit the bill. The build quality is great. Everything feels snug and well built. It’s about 25% the size of my other flashlight goes unnoticed in my pocket.
It’s also dead simple. Two modes, that’s it. It defaults to low power mode and switches over to high power mode with a single click, also has momentary on.
Also having a spare battery this size (AAA) isn’t a big deal and is actually much faster to swap out than waiting for a lithium ion battery to recharge.
It’s friggin bright considering how big it is. I turned it on for my whole family and there were audible signs of approval. They were surprised so much light could come from such a small device.
If you need a small edc light that doesn’t take up a lot of space, just get it. For $20 you can always get a fancier one later. The cheaper options at this price range will be off brand fly by night Chinese brands. The only reasonable comparison is the streamlight microstream.
My one dislike is that is could have used a lower low and a medium setting but that’s not worthy of a star deduction.
As another reviewer stated, you definitely need rechargeable batteries. I wouldn’t use alkaline at all due to the high drain even though it ships with an alkaline battery.
All in all, this competes well with the Surefire Titan at about 25% of the cost.