If you’re in the market for an ultra small, insanely bright LED keychain flashlight, check out the new Photon Micro-Light II Pro. First production is limited to 500 pieces; full production won’t begin until late summer 2011.

The Micro-Light II might be tiny, but it boasts impressive specs:

  • Simple squeeze-button on/off — Easy operation even with gloves.
    • Squeeze to turn on, squeeze again to turn off
  • Quick Release Ring — Reliably attaches to gear for quick release, custom black anodized.
  • FREE Accessories! (a $2.00 value) — Photon Necklace Clip included for added convenience.
    • Allows you to conveniently carry your Photon on your person at all times.
    • Tip: Also may be used to prevent accidental turn-on by carrying the Photon II Pro button-side down in the clip.
  • Easy Battery Replacement — Energizer lithium batteries provide long lasting service even in sub-zero temperatures.
  • Water Resistant — The most water resistant Photon Micro-Light yet.
  • Glass Filled Polyurethane Body– Virtually Indestructible.
  • 24K Gold Plated Contacts — All battery and switch contacts feature gold plating for superior corrosion resistance and rock-solid reliability.
  • Micro-Size & Weight — Hides under a quarter. Less than 7 grams.
  • Brightest LED’s Available — Initial production is limited to white beam only.  Additional beam colors coming late-summer 2011.

Here’s a shot of the Micro-Light II that conveys just how small it is:

Priced at $13.95; Lifetime Guarantee. See it here: Photo Micro-Light II Pro

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2 Comments on Limited production release: Photon Micro-Light II Pro LED keychain flashlight

  1. Phillip says:

    I’m a minimalist traveller and backpacker, and can heartily recommend Photon products.

    In 2000 i thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail, from Georgia to Maine, and a Photon was my primary light source, while a second Photon was my backup.

    I even used them to hike at night, though I wouldn’t recommend it. However, the point is that Photons are excellent light sources. And no, I do not have any business connection to the folks at Photon.

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  2. I know that this is a little old but I was just researching the photon lights and it seems that everybody on the internet still recommends these as the best button cell keychain flashlights. They have even come out with some new lights with some more options.

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