“REVIEW”: RovyVon Aurora A2 & A5R – Keychain Lights – 550 Lumens [PIC HEAVY]

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“REVIEW”: RovyVon Aurora A2 & A5R – Keychain Lights – 550 Lumens [PIC HEAVY]

Hi BLF!

This is my review of 2 flashlights sent by RovyVon: RovyVon Aurora A2 and RovyVon Aurora A5R! No other compensation was given besides the flashlights and the included accessories!

These flashlights can be found in RovyVon store (non-affiliate):
Aurora A2: https://www.rovyvon.com/collections/keychain-flashlight/products/a2
Aurora A5R: https://www.rovyvon.com/collections/keychain-flashlight/products/a5

I got the A5R version that has White and Red sidelight LEDs. There is also the ARU version with incorporated UV led as sidelight!

NOTE: RovyVon Aurora flashlights are sold in different options – host colours, host materials, LEDs, user interface – depending on the chosen version (from A1 to A6).
Link: https://www.rovyvon.com/collections/keychain-flashlight

Reviews on BLF (there are some discussion threads as well):
A1 – toddcshoe – http://budgetlightforum.com/node/61105

Reviews on YT (some…as there are many Silly ):
A1-A5 (comparison) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcGt0AkstQE&t=
A2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M4iYf-gJ8E
A3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szRl7OenBKQ&t=378s
A5 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5udqre4vJH8

This said, let’s start the review Arrow Right

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

As these RovyVon flashlights are somehow similar, I will make this as a “comparative review”! Therefore you’ll be able to check similarities and differences throughout the way Thumbs Up

Model A2 A5R
Material Stainless Steel Polycarbonate + Fluorescence Powder + Stainless Steel bezel
Colour Blue “Semi-Transparent + Luminous”
Emitter XP-G3 S5 (CW) XP-G3 S5 (CW) + White + Red
Lens TIR Optic TIR Optic
Battery 130mAh Li-polymer – 4.2V 130mAh Li-polymer – 4.2V
In-built charger Micro-USB Micro-USB
Charging Time 45 minutes (350mA / 5V) 45 minutes (350mA / 5V)
Switch E-switch E-switch
Max Output 550 lm 550 lm
Candela 980 cd 1160 cd
Max Runtime 2.5 hours 2.5 hours
Max Beam Distance 80m 80m
Waterproofness IP-65 IP-65
Impact resistance 1,5m 1,5m
Low Battery Indicator RED switch – 2.6V RED switch – 2.6V
Low Voltage Cut-off 2.4V 2.4V

Besides this, there is also mention to a “built-in temperature controller”, what makes sense due to the high output and (of course Facepalm ) temperature that these small lights reach!

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PACKAGE: THE FLASHLIGHTS & ACCESSORIES

For both the Aurora A2 and Aurora A5R, the packaging and accessories are quite similar. The major difference is in the backside of the boxes, where some specificities are pointed out, namely on the Aurora A5R.

The boxes are compact but are protective to the flashlights and the accessories, specially in case of impacts. They arrived inside a plastic “box” with the flashlights’ shape so that they are correctly places and handled.


[NOTE: Don’t open the box through the top, or it will get damaged as mine did… Facepalm ]

About the accessories for these lights, what we got then?
1 Nylon Lanyard + 1 Beaded Chain (“neck lanyard”) + 1 Stainless Steel Clip + 1 USB port cover (rubber) + 1 USB cable + 1 User Manual + 1 Warranty Card

Here, only the User Manual is different as it will address different specificities of the flashlights. All other accessories are the same for both flashlights.


Now let’s go onto a flashlights’ overview.
My first thought when I saw them was… “These lights are sexy!!!ShockedInnocent
I guess receiving them on my birthday date was also a “bonding” factor, but…they are really good looking!
The A2 (blue) in particular…I loved it at first sight!!! Love (wish it had the same UI as the A5R… :x)

These are small lights, very well built, with a nice feeling on touch! We can feel their quality just for looking! They seem to me, somehow, innovative not only by their looks, but also for being “high” output flashlights (for some seconds, of course, but… ) !

All well machined, with a classy touch here and there, but also that inspire confidence to get “beaten” in a keychain or a back pack or…whatever messy pocket or bag you want to put them into!!

I also thought “It is now that I will use a “neck” flashlight!!! Party ” Yeah…I’m currently using the A5R as a neck light with a homemade lanyard Crown

Let’s view them “side by side” Wink

The differences are obvious just by looking, of course. Please note that the Aurora A5R has a Stainless Steel bezel that adds some shinning to the glowing of this flashlight!

Also note that with the pocket clip, the A5R will not stand “heads-up” due to the lack of balance / weight. The Aurora A2 stands perfectly Wink

What can I show more about these cute flashlights? Oh yeah, the weight and size!!
From the specs…

Model A2 A5R
Weight 28g 11,7g
Diameter 14,5mm 14,5mm
Size 53,9mm 54,8mm

And my relatively “imprecise” measurements Big Smile

And a size comparison with some batteries Silly

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ACCESSORIES

And now we’ll take a look at the RovyVon Aurora A2 & A5R with the accessories!

The Lanyards

The USB Cable and Port Cover

The Clip
I do not dare to say that it is a “pocket clip” because this may also be a “cap clip” or…a book clip, or a knife clip…or…a clip Wink
Please note that there is a different number of grooves in these flashlights that has to do with internal filling! The A2 has 5 grooves for the clip, while the A5R has only 2! This won’t play a major role in usability, but for some people may be still relevant!!

Well, I didn’t take a photo with the Auroras + the User Manuals, so you’ll only get the Manuals here Wink I found them interesting as they present the features, some schemes and the specifiucations one need to use the flashlight correctly! It is will written, only in English.

Top is the A2 (also designed as AX manual, for the lights from A1 to A4, as the UI is similar)

Down is the A5R (that is similar to A5R and A5U, as there are only few differences in the UI)

This one also includes a runtime graphic that I will show later on the Output vs Runtime part, tout de suite!

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USER INTERFACE, OUTPUT, RUNTIME & CHARGING

So, I will start to compare the User Interface of these 2 flashlights. In summary:

Model A2 A5R
User Interface Low > High > Medium > Strobe Low > Medium > High > Strobe
Special modes ——- Direct access to High / / / White + Red+ Blinking Red

As seen here, the modes and levels’ sequence are different, as is the flashlight’s operation.

Aurora A2
- Long click (0.5 – 1 second) turns the flashlight ON.
- Single click (when ON) to cycle through the modes as shown on the table. A
- Long click (0.3 – 0.5 seconds) will turn it OFF, from any mode.

Aurora A5R
- Long click (0.5 – 1 second) turns the flashlight in Momentary ON in High level. When released, it will turn OFF.
- Double click (from OFF) enters the “regular mode”, and a “single click” will cycle through the levels as shown on the table.
- Triple click (from OFF) will light up the side LEDs and a “single click” advances on them, first the white LED, then the constant RED and then the Blinking RED!
- Long click (0.3 – 0.5 seconds) will turn it OFF, from any mode.

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About the Output vs Runtime, here’s another summary! Please note that there are small differences, as well, on the Lowest mode.

Model A2 A5R
Level Low High Medium Strobe Low Medium High Strobe
Output 22 lm 550 lm 230 lm 550 lm 15 lm 230 lm 550 lm 550 lm
Runtime 150 min 38 min 55 min / 180 min 55 min 38 min /
SPECIALS White LED Red LED Blinking Red
Output 4 lm 630nm 0.8lm
Runtime 10h 14h 28h

According to RovyVon’s website:

Quote:
The max output 550 lumens at High mode will step down to 65 lumens in 2 minutes to protect the user and the core components of the light from the heat produced by the light working at High mode.

Also, here is a graphic with the Aurora A5R Outuput through time (click for slightly better image…):

This said, it is obvious that these flashlights will not be able to keep the highest outputs at their max for a more than some seconds, both due to the battery, the body construction and other factors , for sure!

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A last word for Charging!
As mentioned above, these lights have a charging ratio of 350 mA / 5V. They will charge in 45 minutes according to specs.

When the flashlights are charging, a RED light will be ON. When charged, a BLUE Light will turn ON.

To plug the micro-USB cable, the cover needs to be pulled. It has a small tip pointing towards the tail so that grabbing becomes easier!

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BEAMSHOTS

Left will be the Aurora A2 (blue) and Right will be the Aurora A5R (Luminous)

Beam Profile

PWM
All levels have PWM. Despite in High it seems to be absent, after some seconds the lines started to appear on both flashlights!

Some beamshots now!
Both flashlights provide a good illumination at more than 20 m, but not much more than that! I used them in pitch black environment at night and after 25m they will have illuminate less! Also, bearing in mind their runtime, the range will also diminish rapidly. Still, they are very nice for a 15-20m range, no doubt Wink

@ 7 m

@ 15 m

@ 20 m

WHITE & RED side LEDS
Some photos on how they look! I normally use the white LED when I need a dimmer light and don’t want to turn it on the Lowest mode! Pretty useful!
The RED, I use it less, but it is useful in night vision environments!!

LUMINOUS Body
Pretty, ain’t it? Love
Mine doesn’t get like this many times as I normally use it below my shirts, but at night I normally pass the UV or another light over it so that it can glow Blushing

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GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

What I liked:

1) Overall construction. These are well built flashlights, that despite their size seem quite resistant and capable of getting “beaten” in a pocket or keychain!

2) Design. The looks, the colours, the finishing, the overall shape and ergonomics are all things that pleased me much in these flashlights. They are compact, with nice lines and a great sense or practicability in the design (including the parts for clip and lanyards). The A2 in blue is gorgeous Love

3) Reliability. I’ve been using the A5R for some weeks now and it has been working pretty well. Used several times a day, with a charge about 2 weeks ago, and it is still working fine. Also, it’s design allows it to be ready to use whenever I want or need, either from a pocket or from the neck Wink Also, I guess it must be mentioned that the e-switch is perfectly operated on both lights, both for single or multiple clicks! The timing doesn’t fail, so firm clicks must be done to change modes or Turn ON/OFF!

4) Output. 500 lumens from a small flashlight like this (not modded by BLF modders Big Smile ) is, IMO, quite impressive! Even with “reduced” runtimes! But I guess we can’t expect much more from this small pack Wink

5) Special modes. Although I don’t have (yet) the A5U or the A6, I like the White and Red leds on the A5R! It allows having dimmer light and “signal” light if needed, that most keychain flashlights don’t have! So I guess this is a plus! And the UV…will be even better, I believe Wink

6) Accessories. A hand full of accessories, with all that we need to make the flashlight work and be carried is incredible! I love the “beaded chain” and the clip that can be reversed and used in different configurations in these lights! Also, it brings a USB cable that is always helpful even if we already have dozens on them at home Big Smile

7) Luminous Body on A5R. I love GTD things, so for me this is a big plus on the A5R. The glowing will last some hours (2 / 3h, but didn’t test it), but the simple idea of having something that you’ll be able to find in the dark when lights are out, pleases me !!!

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What I would improve:

1 – The User Interface. By phases:

a) Low > High > Medium doesn’t seem a “good” sequence in output levels, so L > M > H would be better in my opinion;

b) Strobe in the main sequence is also a “no-go” option that many of us will reject from the beginning. So…I always go up to High and then I fast clik to get Low again, to pass Strobe quickly!!

c) I would replicate the “long press for momentary ON in High” in all these flashlights Wink [very personal preference Big Smile ]

Besides this, despite the “long presses” for ON/OFF are somehow “annoying”, I do understand and accept the reason why the lights work like that, to prevent accidental activation in a pocket.

2 – The Emitters. Well, XP-G3 LEDs normally provoke a green shift in the beam (even XP-G3 5000K 90CRI) so the one of the things I would change along with the UI would be the emitters. I wouldn’t mind to stay with Cool White if they didn’t provoke tint shift.
However, Neutral White emitters would fit these flashlights better. In a glimpse of desire, 90 CRI would be top notch. Love
BUT:

a) According to RovyVon’s website, the Aurora A6 has 90CRI Nichia 219C R9050 LED (along with White LED + UV LED) what is a great thing

b) In another thread RovyVon has explained that :

Quote:
And currently, we may not consider other high CRI LEDs like Samsung etc as we do not have a source for these kinds of emitters.

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After the review, another thing has to be said about RovyVon that is about the easy and friendly communication! I’ve been in contact with them due to the RovyVon Angel Eyes E300s flashlight Group Buy and all the answers and details have been given and clarified! Thumbs Up

Another manufacturer that must to be recognized by the community, at least for the “innovative” or fresh input in flashlights’ world and their “friendliness”!

Thanks again for this opportunity RovyVon!

Feel free to comment or to make questions folks Thumbs Up

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Very thorough review! Great job! I have the A5, (with the additional red light), and a red A3 and just love them. What great, tiny and lightweight lights!

To my eyes, the XP-G3 emitters are fine. I like CW and my examples are pure white with no blue/green and no tint shift that I can notice.

There will be some that will balk at the lower capacity of the built-in cell and that it’s non replaceable, (but that could be overcome Wink ). With all the accessories that come with these and the tiny size, anyone looking for an incredible keychain or necklace light, should give these a serious look.

Concerning the capacity of the cell in these, like you I’ve been using mine on a regular basis and on a single charge, they go for a good while before needing charging.

I also agree that RovyVon’s customer service is top notch. Rapid response to emails and willing to quickly correct any problems, if any.

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Gebe wrote:
Very thorough review! Great job! I have the A5, (with the additional red light), and a red A3 and just love them. What great, tiny and lightweight lights!

To my eyes, the XP-G3 emitters are fine. I like CW and my examples are pure white with no blue/green and no tint shift that I can notice.

There will be some that will balk at the lower capacity of the built-in cell and that it’s non replaceable, (but that could be overcome Wink ). With all the accessories that come with these and the tiny size, anyone looking for an incredible keychain or necklace light, should give these a serious look.

Concerning the capacity of the cell in these, like you I’ve been using mine on a regular basis and on a single charge, they go for a good while before needing charging.

I also agree that RovyVon’s customer service is top notch. Rapid response to emails and willing to quickly correct any problems, if any.

Thanks Gebe Thumbs Up

Indeed these are pretty little lights Wink Easy to carry, practical, “concealable” and useful in many situations Wink

Hum, I find it interesting you don’t notice the shift on the beam! Still, if I could I would replace them ! Maybe I am getting a bit “tint snob” Silly Or not Big Smile

I guess the cell will be a concern if we are thinking about using it as a “primary” flashlight for extended use. Other than that, for our regular bursts or daily use in short periods of time, we’ll manage to use it well and make it last ! I guess we would get a bigger light if we wanted more runtime (Nitecore TIP or similar comes to my mind).

This one is small and puts a good amount of light so it serves the purpose!

And I am also with you, the “whole package” and features are ideal even for non flashaholics that want a practical flashlight for a keychain or for a “not bulky jeans” use Silly

I am very tempted to get the A6, with Nichia and UV light at the same time! I wish it didn’t have the strobe, but still, it pretty nice Blushing

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Really enjoy your reviews MascaratumB, thanks!

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Really enjoy your reviews MascaratumB, thanks!

Thank you offline Smile
I try to do the best I can ! Hope it helps to show what the product does or not! Thanks for reading Thumbs Up

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Hum, I find it interesting you don’t notice the shift on the beam! Still, if I could I would replace them ! Maybe I am getting a bit “tint snob” Silly Or not Big Smile

I guess the cell will be a concern if we are thinking about using it as a “primary” flashlight for extended use. Other than that, for our regular bursts or daily use in short periods of time, we’ll manage to use it well and make it last ! I guess we would get a bigger light if we wanted more runtime.

Luckily, I’m not a “tint snob”. Big Smile I’m one of those strange ones that just want my lights to be pure white and light up the darkness and don’t give a hoot about tints. If it’s white, it’s right. Smile To each their own and that’s what makes it great around here.

I agree that these tiny lights are for intermittent use and are so handy for what they are. I have other lights when I want long stretches of use.

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Gebe wrote:
Luckily, I’m not a “tint snob”. Big Smile I’m one of those strange ones that just want my lights to be pure white and light up the darkness and don’t give a hoot about tints. If it’s white, it’s right. Smile To each their own and that’s what makes it great around here.

Ahah, I know what you feel Wink Every now and then, the “pure white” is what I need or want just to light the path or place! But honestly, working in a place with low light and mostly “white” is sometimes eye-tiring ! So some better rendition is what my eyes need Wink
Or a neutral to warm (not incandescent!!!) just to get more cozy Wink
Gebe wrote:
I agree that these tiny lights are for intermittent use and are so handy for what they are. I have other lights when I want long stretches of use.

I don’t have many keychain lights, and with “similar” characteristics I only have the Nitecore TIP, that I have attached to and adjustable 2mm paracord lanyard so that I can use it on the neck as well!

But the compactness of the Auroras win over the TIP! And being for short use at a time, I find them perfect!!
Even with the UI “issue” (Strobe) I find them winners!

And now I want the A6, specially after seeing zeroair’s thread with a 20% discount in a GroupBuy Cash
I will bankrupt before Christmas…. Facepalm

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Thanks for the review!
How long does the glow last?

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Agro wrote:
Thanks for the review! How long does the glow last?

Thank you Agro Wink

Hum, the glow will last about 2-3h as I mentioned above! I didn’t do a “test” to see that, but while I was writing the review (that took a while) I lighted the A5R with my UV flashlight, and put it hanging on my bedroom’s door, in the dark. After a while I went there and could see it, so only in the end of the review I could go there again I could see the glow in the dark.

These are my rough estimations, but I can try to “measure” it again Wink

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7) Luminous Body on A5R. I love GTD things, so for me this is a big plus on the A5R. The glowing will last some hours (2 / 3h, but didn’t test it), but the simple idea of having something that you’ll be able to find in the dark when lights are out, pleases me !!!

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Oh…well…read too quickly and somehow missed that part. Wink
Thanks!

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Agro wrote:
Oh…well…read too quickly and somehow missed that part. Wink Thanks!

Ahah, no problem mate Wink

BTW, I took the A5R with me to Poland, last week ! Despite the cold, it behaved consistently Big Smile

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CRX wrote:
Nice review Thumbs Up

Thanks mate BeerBeerBeer

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