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Trending: RovyVon Aurora A5

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Expectations for diminutive keychain lights used to be proportionate: light up a keyhole, help find things inside a bag, and provide some illumination for the walk across the parking lot to your car. The RovyVon Aurora A5 was one of the first designs to challenge and change that, continuing to this day as a functional and powerful keychain light option. Its 2.16" long, IP65-rated chassis is made from glow-in-the-dark material, setting the A5 apart from most lights. The internal 130mAh battery charges via a micro USB port, and powers your main emitter choice of either a Cree XP-G3 S5 to a maximum of 550 lumens, or a 90+ CRI Nichia 219C to 350 lumens. Two variants are available, based on your choice of side lights : the A5R comes with the standard white reading side light, augmented with a red signal light for emergencies, while the A5U switches the red light out for a UV light that charges the luminous body, prolonging the use of the A5 as a glow beacon. Small, powerful, and full of features, the RovyVon Aurora A5 elevates the humble keychain light to a full-fledged, functional EDC torch. Check it out at the link below.

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Discussion (1 total)

Robert Jacobo ·
The price has risen from $26 to $36! I bought one less than a year ago and it died after gently use. I was sent a free replacement but the confidence level has dropped significantly.
They are the best small lights as far as design and functionality are concerned. No one is close. But again, if they do not last, they are not worth it.

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