It was not too long ago when really bright flashlights come in the size of a fairly large water bottle. Most of the space is filled up by batteries. Nowadays, a flashlight that has the equivalent brightness of a gargantuan flashlight of old is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. This is all thanks to ultra bright and ultra efficient LED bulbs. The Klarus Mi7 mini LED flashlight is small enough to be part of your EDC (Everyday Carry) but has an incredible 700 lumens brightness.
Just how bright is 700 lumens? 700 lm is approximately the brightness of a classic 60W bulb. For those of you who are not familiar with incandescent light bulbs, you would need maybe two 60W bulbs to light up a medium sized room. In other words the Klarus Mi7 is ridiculously bright for a flashlight its size. It is powered by with either a normal AA alkaline battery or a 14500 Li-ion (800mAh) battery.
The Klarus Mi7 has 3 different lighting intensities – high, low, moonlight. It also has 2 strobe patterns. At high intensity, it outputs a maximum brightness of 700 lm with the 14500 battery (300 lm on normal AA). At its lowest moonlight setting (5 lm), the flashlight can last an incredible 67 hours of continuous use when powered by the 14500 rechargeable battery. Even at its highest setting, the Klarus Mi7 can last up to almost an hour on either battery type.
A handy power indicator mode lets you know the battery’s remaining charge so you can always check to make sure it never runs out of battery unexpectedly. When the battery is running low, the flashlight will automatically drop to the moonlight mode to conserve battery power.
The casing is constructed from aerospace grade Aluminum Alloy and manufactured using CNC precision machining. It has IPX-8 water protection (2 meters submersible rating) and weighs just 26.4g (0.93oz) excluding the battery. The Cree XP-L HI V3 LEDs used have a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
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