MecArmy illumineX


There's no better time to be on the market for a new flashlight than now. You can find plenty of quality, affordable lights suitable for various applications from nearly every manufacturer. With that said, not all of them can fit your keychain or pocket like an ideal EDC light should. Enter MecArmy, one of the newest manufacturers to join the fray with their illumineX line of compact keychain flashlights. At just 1.7", the illumineX comes in a range of materials from brass to titanium, and with a twisty interface pushes out a monstrous 130 lumens from its XP-G2 emitter. Its 10180 battery conveniently recharges with a built-in micro USB port in just an hour, so you won’t be left in the dark for long. If you need a light that packs a punch without tipping the scales, browse the link below to find an illumineX for you.


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Oooooh nice.....
Have a big collection and will gladly share if requested dear fellow friends.
I have a nitecore EZAA, runs on a single aa. 160 lumens. Is this really much better?
Depends on your metrics of what's a better EDC for you. I've owned several of the Nitecore EZ line, but that's pretty outdated. They definitely don't offer the materials found in the illumineX line, and I'm pretty sure micro-USB charging on flashlights wasn't even a thing when the EZAA dropped. Since these use a 10180 battery, it's more compact than an AA, which can get clunky or unwieldy on a keychain. It might not be for you, but it does have several things the EZ line doesn't. The lumen comparison is probably not the best one to make either, since there's very little visible difference between 130 and 160lm. Both are plenty usable imo

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