It may be the smallest flashlight on the market, just 34mm long

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It may be the smallest flashlight on the market, just 34mm long

Hi, guys.

Today I’d like to recommend our mini keychain flashlight M2 to you. I think you’ll like it. We offer a special discount for all BLFers. Don’t forget to PM me to get a coupon if you are interested in it.

M2 is a mini keychain flashlight specially designed for every day carry (EDC), as small as one CR123A Battery, it comes with a 200-lumen beam that can reach up to 83 meters of throw, it is definitely one of the brightest smallest flashlights in the market.

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Parameters
1. Color: Black
2. LED: 1*CREE XP-E2 R3
3. Max Output: 200 lumens
4. Max Beam Distance: 83 meters / 272 feet
5. Max Beam Intensity: 1720cd
6. Max Runtime: 24 hours
7. Battery: 200mAh built-in li-ion rechargeable battery pack
8. Modes: 3 outputs (high – med – low) plus strobe
9. Length: 34mm / 1.33 inches
10. Diameter: 20mm / 0.78 inches
11. Weight: 18.5g / 0.65 oz

Let’s see the lighting effect.

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
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I am interested. Do you also have coupon for M3 and HS6R flashlight? Thank you!

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Yea, that’s small alright.

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That is stupendously bright for a tiny keychain light, brighter than anything its size that I can think of. But there are certainly smaller lights around, starting with the very common Photon-style keychain lights with 5mm leds. There were smaller ones of those, and of course various cylindrical lights running on button cells and the 10180 lithium ion cell. This still looks cool! Is there an order link? Does it run Anduril? Please feel free to pm me a coupon. Thanks!

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Keychain light modes are best to have ramp UP in UI selection (moon —> low —> medium —> high). Looks like yours starts with high and ramps down?

Forsyth P. Jones wrote:
That is stupendously bright for a tiny keychain light, brighter than anything its size that I can think of. But there are certainly smaller lights around, starting with the very common Photon-style keychain lights with 5mm leds. There were smaller ones of those, and of course various cylindrical lights running on button cells and the 10180 lithium ion cell. This still looks cool! Is there an order link? Does it run Anduril? Please feel free to pm me a coupon. Thanks!
They state the UI… definitely not Anduril and frankly in a keychain light it wouldn’t make any sense.
zoulas wrote:
Yea, that’s small alright.
Small in length, but not really width (Sofirn, Wurkkos, Olight, RovyVon all offer small keychain lights that are slimmer).
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xevious wrote:
definitely not Anduril and frankly in a keychain light it wouldn’t make any sense.
Anduril always makes sense ;). I’d love to be able to reprogram my Photon Freedom.

I agree that I wouldn’t want such a thick light for edc. I usually edc a 1aaa light in the watch pocket of my jeans. That thickness is not too annoying, but 1aa is too thick.

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xevious wrote:
Keychain light modes are best to have ramp UP in UI selection (moon —> low —> medium —> high). Looks like yours starts with high and ramps down?
Forsyth P. Jones wrote:
That is stupendously bright for a tiny keychain light, brighter than anything its size that I can think of. But there are certainly smaller lights around, starting with the very common Photon-style keychain lights with 5mm leds. There were smaller ones of those, and of course various cylindrical lights running on button cells and the 10180 lithium ion cell. This still looks cool! Is there an order link? Does it run Anduril? Please feel free to pm me a coupon. Thanks!
They state the UI… definitely not Anduril and frankly in a keychain light it wouldn’t make any sense.
zoulas wrote:
Yea, that’s small alright.
Small in length, but not really width (Sofirn, Wurkkos, Olight, RovyVon all offer small keychain lights that are slimmer).

Hey, xevious,

The default factory setting of our product is low-medium-high, but it has a memory function, so when you shut down in the mid-range position, it will be the mid-range position after restarting. Big Smile

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
Shop: www.cyanskystore.com
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/shops/cyansky-official
AliExpress: https://www.aliexpress.com/store/912662624

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Looks like a nice tiny flashlight, but too chunky for me for a keychain flashlight.

I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.

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Cyanskyflashlight wrote:
The default factory setting of our product is low-medium-high, but it has a memory function, so when you shut down in the mid-range position, it will be the mid-range position after restarting. Big Smile
Well that’s good to know. You ought to update your product details so it’s clear. Usually when indicating the brightness menu, it’s best to do it in the order encountered in the menu. Some flashlights start on high by default, then cycle down.
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It would be great if you could release the software so we can configure it ourselves.

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I’m interested

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Can you disable the mode memory?

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I’m so glad the 200lm keychain light has strobe function to fend off angry aggression that I might face.

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I have it. Its pretty amazing for being so tiny amd I love the reflector in thia more than a TIR because of the super useful spill combined with a hotspot. I haven’t gotten around to testing, but I will later and post here. I believe the clam of 200 lumens.

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cannot tell, is the switch a button or a twisty?

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wle wrote:
cannot tell, is the switch a button or a twisty?

A button…a tiny (3mm or so) aluminum button on the back.

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Perception wrote:
Can you disable the mode memory?

Sorry that it can’t. I think most people will like this memory function. Smile

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
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wle wrote:
cannot tell, is the switch a button or a twisty?

Hey, wle, The switch button is at the top

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
Shop: www.cyanskystore.com
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/shops/cyansky-official
AliExpress: https://www.aliexpress.com/store/912662624

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Sirstinky wrote:
I have it. Its pretty amazing for being so tiny amd I love the reflector in thia more than a TIR because of the super useful spill combined with a hotspot. I haven’t gotten around to testing, but I will later and post here. I believe the clam of 200 lumens.

I’m looking forward to your wonderful review. Don’t forget to share it with all BLFers. Big Smile

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
Shop: www.cyanskystore.com
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/shops/cyansky-official
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xevious wrote:
Cyanskyflashlight wrote:
The default factory setting of our product is low-medium-high, but it has a memory function, so when you shut down in the mid-range position, it will be the mid-range position after restarting. Big Smile
Well that’s good to know. You ought to update your product details so it’s clear. Usually when indicating the brightness menu, it’s best to do it in the order encountered in the menu. Some flashlights start on high by default, then cycle down.

Thank you for your feedback. The memory function is already a regular function, so we didn’t write it out specifically, but it will be shown in the manual. Smile

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
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S&h, the EU import taxes, and carrier fees kill it for me, but it’s a nice light Thumbs Up .

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Very interested. Please send me a coupon. Thanks.

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Cyanskyflashlight wrote:

The default factory setting of our product is low-medium-high, but it has a memory function, so when you shut down in the mid-range position, it will be the mid-range position after restarting. Big Smile

Looks like a nifty edc keychain light. I do have a UI question that I think hasn’t been asked yet. How does one access the strobe mode? Is it “hidden”, or always reachable when clicking thru the other modes (ie, L-M-H-STROBE-L-M-H-…)?

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Msf wrote:
Very interested. Please send me a coupon. Thanks.

Hi, Msf. I have sent you a PM about the coupon, pls check your inbox. Thanks.

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
Shop: www.cyanskystore.com
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/shops/cyansky-official
AliExpress: https://www.aliexpress.com/store/912662624

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Light-saber wrote:
Cyanskyflashlight wrote:

The default factory setting of our product is low-medium-high, but it has a memory function, so when you shut down in the mid-range position, it will be the mid-range position after restarting. Big Smile

Looks like a nifty edc keychain light. I do have a UI question that I think hasn’t been asked yet. How does one access the strobe mode? Is it “hidden”, or always reachable when clicking thru the other modes (ie, L-M-H-STROBE-L-M-H-…)?

Hi, Light-saber. All our products can enter the strobe mode by long pressing the switch when the light is on.

We are focusing on making high-level LED flashlights for hunting and shooting, tactical and self-defense, outdoor adventure, EDC, and so on.
Web: www.cyanskylight.com
Shop: www.cyanskystore.com
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Cyanskyflashlight wrote:

Hi, Light-saber. All our products can enter the strobe mode by long pressing the switch when the light is on.

Thank you for the info!

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I love tiny lights. I’d be interested in a code. Thanks!

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I would definitely support getting rid of the mode memory. Keychain lights are for occasional use and there is no way I’m going to remember what mode I left it in last time I used it. L-M-H is right for this. I would get rid of the strobe too.

If you’re ok with telling us, what size battery does this use? I just spent a while on aliexpress looking for possible replacement cells and didn’t find anything with 200mh that looked like it would fit in there.

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I know shipping costs are high nowadays but $10.00 shipping for something this small? No thank you.

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Forsyth P. Jones wrote:
I would definitely support getting rid of the mode memory. Keychain lights are for occasional use and there is no way I’m going to remember what mode I left it in last time I used it. L-M-H is right for this. I would get rid of the strobe too.

If you’re ok with telling us, what size battery does this use? I just spent a while on aliexpress looking for possible replacement cells and didn’t find anything with 200mh that looked like it would fit in there.

Hi, Forsyth. Normally it is in L-M-H mode. This is the built-in battery. You cannot replace the battery unless you take it apart. The battery has about 500-time charge and discharge circles, which are at least equal to 500* AAA batteries. I think there is no need to replace the battery. If there is something wrong with the battery and charge, you can require after-sale services.

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This is the built-in battery. You cannot replace the battery unless you take it apart.
Yes, I understand that. This is an enthusiast forum and taking lights apart is what we do around here Big Smile . Do you have a photo of the battery if you don’t know the exact size? Thanks.

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