Fenix Mini E05
Light of Earindil The pros and cons say it mostly.
Source: bought it new
Light of Earindil
- no button operation (Twist)
The pros and cons say it mostly.
The beam is quite well dispersed (flood) though does penetrate (travel) well. Not saying that when you turn it on that you could turn around and see it as it hits you in the back, but it is really good for such a little flashlight.
Battteries (AAA x1) and very easy to use, even with the twist action which can usually be managed with one hand.
With the metal case I expect it to last for a really long time.
I have used it and keep it with/in tool kit with tools on my adventure backcountry dirt bike. Because it is so small it has been very handy when doing late night checks on the bike and because it is a flood it is nice to read with.
Here's what other sites are saying:
The Fenix Mini E05 keychain flashlight is only a little larger than 1 AAA battery, giving you a compact light source that travels with you on every road trip. High-quality Cree XP-E LED outputs 27 lumens; regulated circuit maintains consistent light output over the lifetime of the battery. 1 AAA alkaline or NiMH battery (sold separately) provides up to 2 hrs. 50 min. of use. Weighs only 0.9 oz. with 1 AAA battery and measures 0.5 x 2.5 in. Rugged aircraft-grade aluminum body has a knurled finish for good grip; flashlight can stand on end on a flat surface to serve as a candle. The Fenix Mini E05 keychain flashlight has an IPX8 water resistance rating for protection against prolonged immersion in water deeper than 1m (3.3 ft.).