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Nite Ize Inova XP LED Pen Light - Dual Light Modes, High-Powered, Energy Efficient, Water-Resistant Aerospace-Grade Aluminum

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  • BEST LED PENLIGHT - Never be without powerful illumination again. Combining the convenience of a penlight and the performance of an LED flashlight, the Nite Ize Inova XP LED Pen Light is a compact tool you??ll want to carry with you everywhere.
  • POWERFUL PENLIGHT - This sleek, compact and durable LED penlight has a precision-machined aluminum body that is impact and water-resistant, with a stainless steel clip to fit penlight comfortably in your pocket.
  • SUPER BRIGHT LED - We use a patented optical system with aluminum reflector and thermal management interface to create a uniform focused spot with flood beam pattern to provide up to 144 lumens of super bright white light and a range of 249 feet.
  • DUAL MODE FUNCTIONALITY - The Nite Ize Inova penlight features dual light mode functionality, on HIGH and LOW light output modes, as well as a battery-saving lock-out mode. Powered by included 2-AAA alkaline batteries.
  • SLIM AND COMPACT - Get seriously bright LED light in a sleek and lightweight penlight accessory. Measures 4.64? x 0.78? and weighs 1.94oz. Comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty USA.
  • Lumens: High 144, Low 30; Run Time: High 1 hour, Low 34 hours; Water Resistance: IPX4; Impact Resistance: 1m; Range: (up to) 249 ft (76 m)
  • High-Powered, energy efficient 38,900 hr white LED, which runs on 2-AAA Alkaline batteries, included
  • Patented optical system - precision machined aluminum reflector with thermal management interface
  • Aerospace-grade aluminum with high grade anodized finishes
  • Features replaceable stainless steel clip

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Customer Reviews

I think the user friendliness of the switch will great affect SOME people in SOME situations The flashlight seem very well made and the performance claims (i.e.34 hrs at 30 lumens on two AAA batteries) are incredible. I haven't tested that claim, but I'll assume it is close enough to true.However, I think the user friendliness of the switch will great affect SOME people in SOME situations. If you push the button in the bottom and hold it in, it will stay on high as long as you hold the button in. If you push that same button in release it and push it in again and hold, it will stay on low. Another way to turn this flash light on is as follows. Twist the end cap and it will stay on high. Untwist it again and re-twist it and it'll stay on low.I'll be using this flashlight on a mountain climb, when backpacking, etc.To push the button, you have to push quite hard and it is hard to hold the button in. It would be nearly impossible with gloves on.Twisting the end cap twice quickly is a bit easier, but certainly not fool proof. Also, it isn't always obvious whether it is on high or low. Brightness of high vs low isn't that different. Twisting the end cap with gloves on could also be a challenge and doing while under any kind of duress would be tricky. If I accidentally put it in high mode, I'd end up with only 1 hr of battery life. I could accidentally kill a pair of batteries while on a trek.Overall, the switch mechanism is just too difficult to use under field conditions. 2Sturdy, Well-Built Light. Twisty is a Little Stiff for My Liking This is a sturdy light that I initially didn't think I would like very much. The smooth finish over the majority of the light didn't seem like it would be easy to hold onto while in use. The only portion that has knurling is the rear part that you have to twist to turn the light on and off. It is definitely helpful there, as it is pretty difficult to turn it, and will probably require a lot of use to loosen it up (or some kind of lubrication that I have yet to come by), but that isn't a bad thing, since it is commonly carried in a pocket, and I wouldn't want it turning on in my pocket to be of no use when I pulled it out to use it. Another reason I wasn't sure I would like it is because it was the first twist-type light I purchased in hopes of adding it to my every-day carry rotation. Prior to this, all the lights I carry daily have been tail-cap push-button style.As for the light itself, it has a great powerful beam, that is a really nice mixture of flood and spotlight. The hot spot of the beam is really large, and the light beyond that is really spread out, yet bright enough to still be useful light. I believe that it is every bit of the 144 lumens it claims. In comparison to all other 2xAAA lights that I have, this one is very compact, and appears to have been built very efficiently for small size.Being the first twist-type light I have ever had, this definitely took some getting used to. The tail-cap could be pushed in as a sort of momentary-on setting, but it was so tight that my thumb would weaken in a matter of seconds, and the contact would come off, thus causing the mode to change when I pushed it back in. Also, with the first mode being the brightest, and the second mode being low, I had a few moments of frustration when I was trying to switch to low mode right away, only to have the light flicker as I was tightening the rear onto the light, so it would go back and forth from high to low multiple times, so when I would tighten the contact back down, it would seem to usually be back in the high setting.With the light typically needing two hands to twist the light on and off for operation, it is not the ideal light for quick use here and there throughout the day/night in my opinion, but it is definitely a solid and sturdy light that I would expect to stand up to tough daily use. Based on the difficulty to use this in comparison to other tail-cap push-button flashlights, I don't carry this with me every day, but it is a solid back-up light I feel I can count on.EDIT 10-10-15: added pic of this light next to the Pelican 1920 to show how much smaller it is, while using the same 2xAAA lights, as well as a handful of other smaller single AAA lights. 4Cheap clip! This light is the right size and length to fit in your suit pocket, jacket pocket, pants pocket, etc. The light has two modes, bright and dim. Both give an ample amount of light and are excellent. It takes two AA batteries and has solid construction with the exception of the clip. The clip, while fastens excellently to the light, the clip is easily bent and has fallen out of my pocket my getting into my Jeep. I d like to see this company include a more sturdy and unbendable clip to secure to whichever pocket it goes into. 4Twist cap vs push button switches This is a well built, reliable, small flashlight. It is a bit thicker than most pen lights but still small enough and light weight enough for a shirt pocket. It is also tougher than the run-of-the-mill thin penlight. The pocket clip holds it securely in the pocket of my dress shirts and work shirts. In reading the reviews, I noticed some complaints about the switch mechanism. I have become accustomed to this regarding Inova lights. There seem to be at least two basic kinds of people regarding on and off switches. Some want to push an easily accessible, easy to push button and have the light stay on. That is precisely the problem which some of us have had with that type of switch. The light stays on after the switch is accidentally depressed. This Inova has a butt cap switch which must be positively twisted to turn it on. No accidentally letting this light run down. There is a push button in the base of the butt cap which momentarily turns on the light. It requires some force to depress it. Again little likelihood of accidentally leaving the light on because something is lodged against the button. After my wife examined this penlight, she told me that she had lost hers at work some months ago. We decided to order the one cell Streamlight penlight so she could compare size and push button vs twist cap switches. As expected the push button switch in the tail cap of the Streamlight was faster and easier to use than the stiff twist cap of the Inova. We did not expect the Streamlight's push button to require so much force to put it in constant mode. It seerms unlikely that the light could be accidentally turned on while it is clipped in a pocket so my wife chose the Streamlight. However, for lights which are going to be carried in soft pouches, loose in pockets or jammned into drawers or glove compartments, we believe the Inova switch is superior.I have owned a variety of Inova flashlights over the years and have always found them to be durable and reasonably priced for the quality. I also sold them in our store and at gunshows and flea markets with no memorable customer complaints. Instead I got a lot of positive customer feedback over the years. 5Compact little penlight. Executive design, as usual for Inova, sleek, sexy, and highlighted with stainless steel. It is a bit heavy. It's short enough for the clip to contact my breast pocket, you'd be surprised quite a few penlights don't. I wouldn't say the 144 lumen rating is accurate, but it's certainly not lacking. Beam profile is even, no major artifacts to report that may cause problems of shadows. Color rendition is good weighed slightly to the blue end of the spectrum, but given its performance it vastly outperforms any incandescent penlight. The hi/low differential is most pronounced with NIMH cells, least with energizer lithiums. I would have liked the low to be lower, but for what it is I can't complain. I bought a couple more as gifts, and so far they seemed well recieved. The only minus is the stiffness of the tailcap and the need to almost pinch the rubber boot for momentary output. I suspect when I use it enough the o-ring will thin and the twisting action becomes smoother. 5Inova, none better I've owned Inova flashlights for a long, long time. I'm never disappointed as they evolve and improve. Everytime I buy other brands, I always question my sanity. (The most recent mistake was a "tac-lite" t 1100 which arrived broken...Amazon makes it so easy to return..thanks Amazon!). The package of this Inova showed a firm "niteize.com". Hadn't heard of them. Just looked at their site. They make it easy to compare ALL the current inova flashlights. (I was behind at how far they have evolved). I've read some of the reviews of other users on the on/off button being hard to press. Yes you have to press more firmly than some others, but it's not that difficult. The benefit is you always know when you turn it on. 5Excellent EDC light Just got it today, but have been playing with it all day. Walked the dog in the dark and rain, and I was able to get away withusing the low setting, which claims to run 34 hours on a set of batteries. The construction is dead solid, and I have few worries of the switch failing since it isn't a click type design. I have a big brother of this light I found years ago on a boat ramp, no longer made, but it takes 2 123 batteries, which are significantly more expensive and difficult to find compared to AAA's. I love that light, but its not small enough to carry around, and due to the battery type it has been sitting around awhile. This little guy fits in my pocket with no issue, and since its smaller than the chinese penlight I replaced with it, I know it won't bother me in the long run. Not to mention the fact that this thing lights up as well as my 2D mag LED. I have some small concerns with the pocket clip, since it doesn't seem to have much spring tension, or grip. I fear it may slip out of my pocket at some point, perhaps a bit of friction tape around that part of the light is in order. 5great every day carry pen light. I love this flashlight. I think this category/style of lights is a GREAT useful size for the majority of people. Cheap plentiful AAA batteries make powering it convenient on the go. It is now my everyday carry light/work light (I'm a mechanic). It comes out of my work clothes and into my street clothes. I love the ruggedized construction that they use on this whole line of lights, they're pretty much indestructible, and it does get abused. The bright and less bright modes are adequate for MOST people, but I could see how some people might want more. I don't find it necessary for my use though. The tail cap is a momentary contact switch, and you have to twist it to keep it on. The only thing I could really wish for is a clicky on/off tail cap switch, but ultimately it's not really that big a deal, just what I'm used to with Streamlight Stylus Pros. I think I might like these better though. Oh, it has a much more durable pocket clip than the Stylus Pro, i used to always bend the sh#t out of them, and i habent bent this one yet. Will be buying more of these. 5Inova....A Beacon of light on a dark and uncertain path!!! Good with a few exceptions.Pros:*Dependable. The thing just works. It is robust and in my opinion from use not prone for failure from shock or other common accidents.*Bright. The led in the brightest mode is bright enough to light up a very dark trail.I use this in my hunting pack and it is all I would ever need.*Low setting is plenty bright enough for emergencies and has a long battery life for a AAA battery setup. 34 hours is a good amount of time to find help.*Intuitive. I learned from going through the modes in a bout 5 mins time. I did not need the guide. It is an easy concept if you are familiar with multi mode lights and how they operate.*Tail-cap switch is stiff and in my opinion would not accidentally turn on in a bag. Has not in my bag anyway.Cons:*Pocket clip is a bit of a joke. It is not totally ineffective but it is a snap on, snap off kind of thing and..... I don't really like it. If I were to carry the thing around in my pocket and if it were to get snagged on something it would pop right off. I like the flashlights with the small screws to hold them on. They make the clip actually effective. I did not ding on the star rating for this because I stow it in a bag and do not carry it daily. It really does not alter my use of the light in anyway. Just an observation and an area for improvement in my view.*Only one color offered. Come on Inova.....variety is the spice of life. Most other flashlight companies offer other colors and Inova just simply doesnt. Lets get some really funky colors out there like Cobalt blue, Metalic purple, Ruby Red, Emerald green, Gun barrel blued, Mint, Gold, Chrome, and my personal favorite matte Ivory.Conclusion:The Inova pen light is worth every red cent I paid for it. I really love it for its intended purposes. I think it is the perfect addition to a hunting pack. Especially a small day pack like the one I use. I will proved a link for the exact bag I use. I think it is perfect for a day hunt. I have all of the essentials in there. Just a bonus for reading the whole review. I love it becuase it is handy as heck...it puts everything right up front and never half to take it off or reach for anything in it. http://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/game-winner-large-fanny-pack?repChildCatid=368406 .It is all right there but moving on.....the Inova is a classic design and has a luxurious and somewhat robust design. It is like an executive meets tactical meets preparedness meets super functional at a lower price than most without sacrificing much for it. Mouthful I know but wanted to some it up in a string of adjectives. Simply put it is a great new addition and should be considered with those of foursevens, streamlight, nextorch, maglight and many others. It is a great light for the money and fills a role for me not usually thought of by a pen light standards. Compact, lightweight, multi-functional, and dependable/durable.Thanks for reading and if any or all of this review was helpful please click the "helpful" tab below and as always feel free to check out any of my other reviews via my profile page. Peace. 5It's an effective and bright light, but design flaws keep it from being a perfect (5-star) light I needed a small light for work and other situations so picked up the Ize Inove XP LED. It works find, but is missing features that my son's light has.PROSI like the multiple light levels. It is a really useful feature widely available on LED "pen" type lights, including this one.The twist on switch for long-term use is really handy as well.CONSThe button on the back of the pen is really stiff and difficult to hold on for more than a few seconds without the light flickering between high and low intensities. I find I use the twist on feature most of the time. So much for "tactical" use!The tubular design is sleek, but not useful in many static settings. Other pen lights have hexagonal bands around the light that keep the light from rolling away - a much better design.The HI / BRIGHT level gets hot quickly when in use. It is very noticeable. I don't know how other brands compare.I think I would look at other brands / models should I have to replace this. 3
Nite Ize Inova XP LED Pen Light - Dual Light Modes, High-Powered, Energy Efficient, Water-Resistant Aerospace-Grade Aluminum

Nite Ize Inova XP LED Pen Light - Dual Light Modes, High-Powered, Energy Efficient, Water-Resistant Aerospace-Grade Aluminum

4.2
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