I just bought two new EDC keychain flash lights made by RovyVon ( https://amzn.to/33lFyzM ). The first one is the RovyVon Aura A23 about $49 ( https://amzn.to/38WnkpQ ) which is less than 3 inches and outputs 1000 lumens of light from powerful Cree LED.
The second one is the tiny RovyVon A3 about $29( https://amzn.to/2U8J3W7 ). Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.
The best features of the two RovyVon A23 and A3 lights: USB charging, Extreme brightness using CREE LED, extremely light weight and extreme compact size. Both lights come with clips. We removed them as we didnt need it.
We added a key chain and ring so it can be clipped with a a set of keys. The only improvement feature is to standardize on USB C charge port so i can use any of my smart phone cables. We solved it by getting a USB C port adapter (https://amzn.to/2TT68gI ) for about $3 or so.
Why switch to rechargeable USB?
Similar to the XiaoMi 1000 Lumen LED flashlight ( https://amzn.to/2D1FBVj ) i reviewed earlier, I wanted to make a move to have all my devices and flashlights go towards a USB rechargeable platform. Its so that i can carry one primary power supply or wall charger and not have to worry about battery form factor. For example: if my 5.11 LED EDC pen light ( https://amzn.to/2TSyojx ) which i carry runs out of power, I will need a new AAA alkaline dry cell to replace it. If my RovyVon A23 flash light runs out of power, i just need to plug it into my 26,800 power bank ( https://amzn.to/38SMh5B ) to still have continuous light. Great for camping and emergency preparedness.
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