Nitecore TINI Cu

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As much as we chase performance and an impressive spec sheet when it comes to our EDC gear, sometimes it's the subtler details that make all the difference. In the case of the Nitecore TINI, a brand new copper build transforms the light into something more substantial. With copper's unique heft, handfeel, and patina, it gives the light a new presence both in hand and on your keychain. It'll only get better the more you use it, and with its 380-lumen output and convenient USB charging, it's a light you'll have for the long haul.

If you're looking for that classy, traditional style in your EDC but don't want to compromise on modern performance and features, the TINI Cu should be on your radar. It has the same CREE XPG-G2 S3 LED, capable of hitting 380 lumens with a peak beam distance of 70 yards on its Turbo mode. Side switches give you instant access to its Turbo mode and also allow you to cycle down to more general EDC modes, including a 145-lumen High, 38-lumen Mid, and a 1-lumen Low.

Its built-in battery reaches 60 hours of runtime, making it an excellent back-up option for your keys. If you choose to use it as your primary light, keeping it charged is easy thanks to its built-in micro-USB port. Handling it often as your main light also has the benefit of creating a unique patina as the copper body oxidizes over time, taking on that beautifully worn look. The original TINI already punched well above its weight. For a new keychain light option in a more exotic material, check out the TINI Cu at the link below.

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I got a Grey TINI when they first came out. This is a really nice little lamp. Of course, since I'm a copper nut, I'll have to break down and get this one.
I aready have a nitcore tip. It is the best keychain light. Now it's in copper thats amazing. I might switch mine out for a copper one.
These are really good EDC flashlights, small and surprisingly powerful. I love the look of the copper version.