Klarus Mini One Ti

When deep diving into the world of flashlights, it's easy to get blinded by the power of pocket rockets. But being EDCers, it also pays to have a compact light you can rely on that's always within reach. That said, thanks to modern tech, a small light doesn't have to translate into a poor performer. It's certainly the case with Klarus's Mini One Ti. At barely the size of a finger it seems too small to be useful as an everyday light, but its disappear-in-your-pocket dimensions is where it's just getting started.

The Mini One Ti comes with a 10180 battery, an onboard-rechargeable lithium-ion cell that, while uncommon, brings great capacity and voltage to power a light even this small. When paired with its XP-G3 LED and TIR optics it's able to output a floody, useful 130 lumens on High for 24 minutes or 8 lumens on Low for over 5 hours—not the output you would expect from a light smaller than its AAA peers of yesteryear. Output levels are controlled via a 3-stage twisty interface, opening on Low then ending on High. It's simple and effective, and one you can navigate one-handed while the Mini One is hanging off a keychain or belt loop.

And easily hanging off your clothing or pack is something the Mini One does best. At only 1.73” long and weighing a scant 0.56oz thanks to its lightweight titanium construction, it's a great choice as a main or secondary backup light. It takes up next to no space so it won't get in your way, and still has enough juice for when you need a light the most. Add one to your EDC by heading over to Amazon at the link below.

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Klarus XT12S Tactical Extended Reach Flashlight

Far too often the “tactical” badge gets added to flashlights, with lights promising robust performance but delivering far less functionality than expected. Fortunately for a manufacturer like Klarus, with their pedigree of cutting-edge flashlight products, such a title isn't all show. And that's true more than ever for their XT12S light, the compact upgrade to their previous XT12GT tactical light. It combines the convenient tech of a modern rechargeable flashlight with the fit and finish of a duty light, giving you an EDC powerhouse more than capable of handling every situation.

With an 18650 battery paired with a Cree XHP35 Hi D4 LED, the XT12S has up to 1600 lumens across 6 modes at the touch of its switches. For everyday use you have 10 lumens on Low for up to 200 hours. For the outdoors, the XT12S can throw it's full power to 400 meters on Turbo. And with its dedicated tactical button, you have one-touch access to Strobe for emergencies. Its body is built from anodized 6061 aluminum, IPX8 rated for full functionality even while submerged up to 2 meters. This rugged body also integrates magnetic charging, making it convenient to charge its 18650 battery while also sparing you from having to carry an extra charger around.

Both on and under its surface, the XT12S comes loaded with thoughtful features. A crenelated bezel lends itself to the light's tactical applications. Its magnetic charging port integrates an intelligent battery capacity indicator. Fins along the head help dissipate heat, while knurling along its body give the best grip. A clip makes the light convenient carry, which ends at a tactical ring for grip versatility and anti-roll capability. Klarus didn't skimp on its electronics either, giving the XT12S programmability and battery polarity protection to round out its internal features.

Whether it's a convenient, modern EDC light you're after or a powerful partner as a last resort, the XT12S has your back. Pick one up from the Amazon link below.

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Klarus Mi1C

When you think of the most compact yet versatile lights for EDC, certain brands and models come to mind. But with the speed of tech and innovation, what used to be a niche for strictly small lights now boasts some of its most powerful and convenient. Case in point: the new Klarus Mi1C. You wouldn't expect such power or runtime from a light the size of your thumb, but that's where it's just getting started.

At the heart of the Mi1C is a 16340 battery, with good voltage and capacity for a cell of its size. When paired with the light's XP-L HI V3 LED, you get outputs of up to 600 floody lumens on its highest output or up to 6 days of runtime on its 1-lumen Moonlight mode. And before you start worrying about having to charge it, the Mi1C is one step ahead with a built-in micro USB charging right in the battery, extending its use in your light as well as any other device that can use it.

Despite its size, Klarus didn't skimp on the Mi1C's build quality. It comes in IPX8-rated, HAIII-anodized aluminum, giving it 2 meters of waterproofing as well as impact resistance of up to 1 meter. Of course, it helps that the light is a mere 0.95 ounces without its battery, with a magnetic tail to let you position and secure it when in use. And last but not least, a stainless steel clip with lanyard hole lets you carry the Mi1C as needed.

There's a new contender for your coveted pocket space, and the Mi1C looks to make its mark. Pick one up from Amazon at the link below.

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Klarus Mi7 AA Flashlight

700 lumens from a flashlight shorter than a pen. Let that sink in for a minute. Then take a second look at Klarus's newest flashlight, the Mi7. We thought we'd seen the last of the common-cell flashlights in recent years since many manufacturers have focused on the more potent 18650 battery, but Klarus clearly haven't forgotten about fans of AAs.

The Mi7 comes in three striking colors and accepts two types of AA-sized cells. An AA primary allows its Cree XP-L HI V3 emitter to output up to 330 lumens for 55 minutes, and using a 14500 li-ion rechargeable battery more than doubles its maximum output to 700 lumens. Three levels with SOS/moonlight modes are controlled with a side-button switch, with one-touch access to the latter modes as well as a battery level indicator. Carrying the Mi7 is easy thanks to the keychain-friendly o-ring on its tail, and the IPX-8-rated, hard anodized (HAIII) aluminum that makes up its body ensures its ruggedness both in your pocket and while in use.

Have you gotten over the 700 lumens from a flashlight of this size yet? If so, pick up the Klarus Mi7 from Amazon at the link below.

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