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RovyVon Aurora A8

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RovyVon Aurora A8

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With four models and counting, the RovyVon Aurora series of flashlights have proven to be popular performers for EDC. The new RovyVon Aurora A8 is the latest evolution of their compact keychain-friendly flashlight, improving on its predecessors and offering a new user interface that gives the light even more utility. With the A8, the RovyVon has shown that they're always seeking to make the best product possible, resulting in an even more refined and usable flashlight. Whether you're picking up your first do-it-all flashlight or looking to upgrade your current Aurora, the RovyVon A8 is worth a place in any carry.

With a polycarbonate body measuring a compact 2.16” and weighing 0.416 ounces, the A8 shares a similar look and size as the previous Auroras. Like the A6 that came before it, the A8 uses a Nichia 219C LED as its main emitter, giving it a maximum output of 350 lumens on High that's more than enough for everyday tasks. This LED characteristically comes with a 4500K tint that gives it 90+ CRI, resulting in a warm white beam that produces some of the most accurate color representation available to flashlights. A side switch allows you to cycle through the A8's four modes, including the introduction of a 0.5 lumen Moonlight mode as a result of community feedback. This gives you a nice super-low option that the A6 was missing, helping preserve night vision when in use as well as extending the A8's runtime (48 hours on Moonlight) far beyond its original Low option of 220 minutes at 10 lumens. Clicking the switch once cycles through Moonlight (0.5 lumens), Low (10 lumens), Medium (120 lumens) and High (350 lumens). If you need a momentary burst of light, a simple press and hold of the switch gives you instant access to the High output mode.

Like previous Aurora models, the A8 features side LEDs that extend the light's functionality with handy color options. A triple click of the side switch accesses a red/blue flash, while four clicks activates an amber LED new to this model. The former is useful as a signal light or indicator, while the amber LED takes cues from the neutral white main emitter as an eye-pleasing way to preserve night vision or help with locating the light while in beacon mode. These modes also give the benefit of minimal drain on the A8's battery, preserving its power for when you need its main modes the most.

The A8 keeps the core functionality of its predecessors, including 45-minute charging via an included micro USB port, IP65-rated resistance for dust and water, and a removable two-way clip that allows hands-free use when attached to the the brim of your hat. These features combined with a new interface and utility LEDs make a strong case for RovyVon Aurora A8 as your next keychain light. Get yours now via the link below, and be sure to check out the alternate version with UV, red, and white side emitters as well.

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