Say hello to the Klarus Mini One, Klarus’ first keychain flashlight! The Mini One is compact enough that it can easily fit onto a keychain without adding too much extra bulk. It’s incredibly lightweight at only 16 grams and that includes the battery. It features a CREE XP-G3 LED delivering a maximum of 130 lumens with a max beam distance of 30 meters. With the specially designed optic lens, this flashlight illuminates a soft diffused light without any glare. You have two options: the Mini One and Mini One Ti. As you can guess, the Ti stands for Titanium which is what the Mini One Ti is expertly crafted from. Titanium is a lightweight and rugged material that is anti-corrosive and has good heat dissipation. The Mini One is bullet shaped and has anti-slip grooves allowing you to hold the flashlight easily without it slipping.
You can operate the Mini One using the rotary switch design. Simply twist it to enter the low mode at 8 lumens and twist it further to enter the high mode at 130 lumens, then twist it back to turn the flashlight off. It’s wonderfully straightforward and exactly what you would expect from a keychain flashlight. You can also tail stand the Mini One to illuminate the area you’re working on completely hands-free. When you’re repairing something in the house or the car, that tail stand feature is extremely valuable.
Klarus included a rechargeable 10180 lithium ion battery with this keychain flashlight. The great news is that you don’t need to remove the battery and charge it in a battery charger. The Mini One is USB rechargeable so you can plug it into a wall adapter, car adapter, or your computer to let it charge. It also has a handy little battery power indicator to let you know when the flashlight is charging and when it’s completely charged. Equipped with front and rear mounted springs, the battery remains safe from accidental drops. In fact, the Mini One is very durable. It’s waterproof and dust-proof up to IP68 standards and is impact resistant up to 1.5 meters.
*The Mini One is crafted from aerospace aluminum alloy rather than titanium.