Olight S1 Baton

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Despite all the new flashlight releases this year, only a few of them are actually compact enough to fit an everyday carry role. That's about to change with Olight's S1 Baton, their smallest light to date. Despite its tiny footprint, it packs the power and features of modern lights twice its size. With an XM-L2 LED powered by a single CR123A or RCR123A battery, the S1 puts out a scorching 500 lumens reaching 120 yards. On the low end, it can keep a 0.5 lumen glow running for an impressive 25 days. It achieves its 2.4 inch length by using shorter TIR (total internal reflection) optics, providing a floody beam ideal for bathing wider areas with even light. The side switch, pocket clip, and magnetized tail work to make the most of the light's compact size in and out of the pocket. With the S1 Baton, Olight have outdone themselves in making an ideal EDC light.

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Ah that's my fault. I misread the specs I was wrong lol.
The Olight is far smaller its only housing a single CR123A the Nitecore EC11 takes an 18650 or 2x CR123A's. This is much more pocket friendly light. And I am ordering mine as we speak.
I think you may be thinking of a another Nitecore flashlight. The EC11 takes one IMR 18350 or one CR123 battery and it is only 2.9 inches long. http://flashlight.nitecore.com/product/ec11
What about the Nitecore EC11? It's also approximately the exact same side and puts out 900 lm!