The iXV is the upgraded version of i1R 2 EOS, Olight's popular rechargeable keychain torch. The high-performance CSP (chip scale package) LED, paired with a TIR optic lens, generates a soft, well-balanced beam of 5 lumens or 180 lumens. Users can turn the light on/off and switch outputs with a simple twist of the head. Powered by a larger built-in 130mAh Lithium-ion battery, it runs up to 12 hours. The torch adopts the new USB-C port instead of the old Micro-USB port, which makes charging easier. The aluminium alloy body makes this small light extremely durable. Only 51.3mm/2.02in long with a weight of only 22g/0.78oz, it is the perfect addition to your keychain.
1. Key Ring Torch
A torch with your keyring is a viable way to boost the overall functionality of your existing keychain. There are lots of keyring torches on the market now, so what’s the feature of choosing a suitable keyring torch? The first is a rugged design, Olight i1R 2 Pro is made in aluminium alloy which can withstand the rigours of keychain carry the day in and day out. Most keyring torches are fits this standard, a torch that fits on a key must be lightweight enough and small enough to be carried. Olight i1R 2 Pro is only 2.02in long with a weight of only 22g. This small key ring torch can generate a soft, well-balanced beam of 180 lumens, we don’t expect a key ring torch can replace a higher and professional tactical torch or EDC torch, however, a key ring torch is easier to carry.
2. Rechargeable Key Ring Light
rechargeable li-polymer battery 3.7v
Different from i1R 2 EOS, this pro version is powered by a larger built-in 130mAh lithium-ion battery.
USB-C Keychain Torch
The charging method is no longer a Micro-USB charging port, instead of a new USB-C charging port. Before first use, please fully charge the battery. Unscrew the flashlight tail from the head till the charging port is revealed. Connect the flashlight to an external USB power source via the provided USB A-C charging cable. The red indicator means charging, while the green indicator means charging completed.
The on/off and lumen levels are controlled by simply twisting the light head, twisting it slightly to turn it on for 5 lumens, and a bit more for 180 lumens. It is useful for reading at night or finding the keyhole in the dark.
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