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Olight S1 Mini Baton Rechargeable

Since the Olight S1 Baton's release in the past year, few lights have epitomized the size and features of an ideal EDC light. It had a great size and useful features, and has been a mainstay carry ever since. And while the S1's been joined by siblings such as the S Mini and S1R, there's been little reason to upgrade the S1 itself—until now. Olight recently launched the S1 Mini Baton, consolidating the Baton family features into one light while giving the it upgrades in all the right places. Packing convenience and and functionality, the S1 Mini Baton cements its place in EDCers pockets.

The best thing about the new S1 is it didn't try to change anything that wasn't broken. It's taken the S Mini's shorter and lighter form factor of 2.13” and 1.52 ounces, while improving on its power and features. Specifically, the new S1 comes with up to 600 lumens (50 more from the S Mini) and up to 15 days of runtime off its XM-L2 LED emitter, with a high CRI option to boot for fans of a more eye-pleasing tint. The magnetic tail that was missing from the S Mini is back as well, giving the S1 Baton more versatility, in addition to a new two-way clip and a braided knurling pattern that makes it easier than ever to carry and use.

On top of it all, the S1 Mini comes with a new 650mAh battery with a built-in micro USB charging port, making the light even more convenient and useful and playing well with the rest of your tech. IPX8-rated ruggedness rounds out the light's features, along with an included lanyard for more options for convenient carry.

The S1 Mini Baton takes a great light and makes it even better, improving on its features and not fixing what isn't broken. Pick one up from Amazon at the link below.

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Olight M2R Warrior

We talk a lot about flashlights around here. That's because there's always something new to talk about with how fast technology advances. But as we've seen in their past lights, Olight somehow manages to push the envelope in exciting ways that continue to surprise us. With their latest release, the M2R Warrior, they took the best parts of all their models and produced an everyday light that hits all the right notes. Whether your'e wielding it for EDC or need a powerful partner for tactical applications, the Warrior is ready for duty.

At its core the M2R Warrior is powered by an 18650 battery, giving it the power and runtime you would expect from a modern light. Paired with the latest Cree XHP35 HD LED, you get up to 1500 lumens on Turbo for a little under 2 hours (with a step down to 700 lumens after 3 minutes) or up to 25 days on its 1-lumen Moonlight mode.  These and its modes in between are navigated via Olight's simple and effective side-button interface.

The M2R's tailcap is where things get interesting, as Olight have packed both tech and tactical into it. You can access Turbo and Strobe at the push of its tail switch, a stainless steel button which doubles as a magnetic charging port(!) compatible with Olight's chargers and docks, letting the M2R play nicely with the rest of the family.

The rest of the M2R's features add a few nice layers of icing to an already delicious-looking cake. If you're a flashlight enthusiast, it's hard to find fault with what the light brings to the table. A choice of cool or neutral white tint. Full compatibility with standard 18650 batteries in addition to the 3500mAh one it comes with. Magnetic charging with an included cable. IPX8 waterprooofing with its ergonomically-knurled aluminum shell. A thick, stainless steel pocket clip that's not only dual-facing but also dual-positioning for tip up or down deep carry. And if that's not convenient enough for EDC, it even comes with a lanyard and holster.

Olight has done it again, cramming every feature you could want from an 18650 light in the M2R Warrior. Pick one up for yourself at the Amazon link below.

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Olight S10R Baton III

You know a manufacturer's onto something when they're three generations into a product, making nothing but improvements every time. The S10R is Olight's flagship rechargable flashlight, and its third iteration gives you more power, more features, and faster charging in a smaller footprint. It cements the S10R as one of the best flashlights for everyday carry, giving you a great balance of power and size.

Like its predecessors, the S10R Baton III is powered by a custom rechargeable 650mAh RCR123A battery. This is paired with a new Luminus SST-40 LED that can output up to 600 lumens, a 100-lumen improvement from the S10R Baton II. This capacity also lets the S10R run for up to 15 days on its 0.5-lumen mode. You can change modes with Olight's signature low-profile side switch, a perfect match with its 2.7” length, 6% shorter from the previous Baton. Also new is a timer function that lets you adjust the S10R's output for 3- or 9-minute bursts.

A new USB desktop charger comes with the Baton III, the fastest charging dock for Olight's S series. The light is also compatible with previous portable magnetic charging cables (MCC), handy if you have one from older models. Finally, the Baton III comes with an improved lanyard with perforating tool to pair with its clip and magnetic tail, giving you tons of options for both use and carry.

Compact, rechargeable flashlights don't get any better than this. Pick up Olight's latest and greatest Baton from Amazon at the link below.

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Olight H1R Nova

When you think of a headlamp, you probably picture something pretty cut and dry—a lamp you wear on your head. But with a sophisticated enough design, it can be much more than that. Olight's new H1R Nova is a solid example of this. It takes a proven design and puts a new angle on it, offering more versatility as a powerful task light with plenty of carry options for up-close, hands-free work.

Two distinct features set the H1R apart from traditional lights. Up front is its angled head, packing a Cree XM-L2 emitter that can push out up to 600 lumens. Paired with a TIR bead lens, it gives off a floody beam useful for area illumination. With the included clip and magnetic tail, the H1R also won't get stuck with permanent forehead duty—now you have options for clipping it onto a pocket or bag, or mounting it onto surfaces for better lighting angles.

And then there's the H1R's charging cable. With the same width as the light itself, it's a compact way to keep its RCR123A battery charged, so you don't have to lug a bulky charger around everywhere to top up. A magnetic connection also keeps the light and cable safe from accidental tugs or yanks that could damage either.

Olight's H1R Nova gives you an everyday light that's more than a hunk of metal sticking out from your forehead. Pick one up in the tint of your choice from the Amazon link below.

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Deal Alert: Olight S Mini Baton for $39.86

Sometimes, to make something even greater, you have to make it smaller. The Olight S1 Baton is still one of the best everyday carry lights around, but even great things can be improved. As you can see with the new S Mini Baton, small improvements can make the biggest difference.

At first glance, you might say the S Mini looks just like an S1 that got a haircut (and you'd be right). The S Mini is 0.25” shorter than its predecessor, which also makes it lighter at 1.11 oz (from 1.6 oz).

Smaller and lighter doesn't mean less powerful, however, as the S Mini improves on the S1 in both output and runtime. Now it can put out a maximum of 550 lumens, along with four levels and a runtime of up to 30 days.

And it doesn't fix what isn't broken, either. The S Mini still makes use of a CR123A battery and floody TIR optics, retains an IPX8 water resistance rating, and comes with a clip for ease of everyday carry. There's also something for the collectors, as the light comes in six finishes of exotic materials, from rainbow anodized titanium to red copper.

The biggest surprises can come from the smallest packages. Pick up the next generation of the Baton in your choice of finish from the Amazon link below. Just try not to lose it, OK?

Use coupon code DGOUZNPG at checkout to bring the price of the Stainless Steel model down to $39.86*:

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* Reflects deal pricing at the time of publication and is subject to change.

Olight S2A Baton AA Flashlight

Do you have a common battery flashlight in your EDC or go bag? Why not? In times of emergency it may well be the light that sees you through the night, thanks to batteries that pack ample storage and can be easily purchased. Olight's been making a lot of waves with their products in recent years, and the S2A is their latest offering that covers your AA bases.

Using its included 2 x AA lithium batteries, the S2A puts its XM-L2 LED to good use. This includes a firefly mode of 0.5 lumens for 50 days of runtime or a high-powered turbo output of 550 lumens. With that kind of runtime and power along with TIR optics that produce a balanced beam suited for general applications, the S2A becomes useful even as your main EDC light.

It uses 6061-T6 aluminum alloy for its body, with a type-III anodized finish for scratch resistance. This gets paired with skin-safe silicon in one of four colors for better grip and visibility when retrieving the S2A in the dark or from your bag.

Time to add a AA-friendly light that packs a punch to your carry. Pick up the S2A in your choice of color at the link below.

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