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Prometheus Lights Beta Quick Release v2 Keychain Flashlight with Multiple Light Modes, High CRI Pocket Flashlight for EDC (Copper)

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Description

  • QUICK-RELEASE KEYCHAIN FLASHLIGHT. The intuitive design allows you to easily detach the flashlight from your keyring when you need light. Accidental disengagement is virtually impossible and engagement is verified by a solid click every time!
  • SUPERIOR LIGHT QUALITY. See colors as you would on a bright sunny day. Cheap LED flashlights have a limited color spectrum that washes out your subject with a harsh "hospital" light. Our flashlight delivers 92+ CRI - a clear, natural light.
  • PROFESSIONAL GRADE IN A COMPACT SIZE. Precision-engineered components from premium materials make this flashlight lightweight and reliable. Fits in the palm of your hand. Add the Beta to your keychain without adding bulk and weight. Perfect for EDC.
  • EVERY DAY CARRY FLASHLIGHT. The quick-release mechanism lets you effortlessly take it on and off your keyring. Adapts to all your needs, whether it's in the lab, office or home. Made for every day carry convenience. Bullet Point
  • THREE LIGHT MODES. Low/Medium High. Low: 1 Lumen. Medium: 15 Lumens at 19 meters. High: 80 Lumens at 30 meters. Easy to use Twist On/Off function and Mode Cycling.

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Customer Reviews

Great Product. Change the Batteries to Avoid Potential ProblemsGreat light. I use it every night. It has a strong wide light stream that allows me to put it in a front pocket and still see to move around the bedroom without disturbing my sleeping husband. Great for night owls married to morning larks. One note of caution, I had to change the batteries after the housing of the light became very warm. No problems since then.5Excellent EDC Equipment!Purchased this for my EDC load-out. It's a very comfortable flashlight that isn't overly large on your keychain.Has a very durable "feel" to it and has a nice weight to it which tells me that the craftsmanship is of a high quality.The 3 levels of brightness are easily cycled through by either twisting the end of the light, or leaving the end of the light close enough that you can press the end and the body together to cycle through the levels.The copper has developed a nice patina in little over two weeks which is blending in nicely with the rest of my copper EDC equipment.I'm extremely happy with this flashlight and highly recommend it for anyone looking to add a compact, yet powerful key chain flashlight to their EDC gear.5I was going to definitely return this Prometheus Lights Beta QRv2 but that would have been a serious mistake and very premature.Correction In my original review below, I said the unit did not come with the needed AAA battery. I was wrong. I just went to toss out the packaging that the unit came in and not only was the battery included, it can be recharged. I have had a lot of success recharging batteries over the years and do not do it enough. It saves me money, and I am not tossing old batteries into landfills. I am plugging my battery charger in, as I write this and am charging several batteries today. The charger did not cost me much and I am glad to be reminded I can be using it. Thank you Prometheus.-------I got this Prometheus Light QRv2 beta keychain light from Amazon, this afternoon. I immediately tried it AND I was definitely going to return it, but that would have been a serious mistake and very premature.Note, I did not realize the AAA battery was in the packaging envelope, so I grabbed a battery off the shelf. The initial light was dismally dim. Assuming my first battery must have been near death, I tried another and tested it with a meter; to be sure it was new and had a good charge. The light was still dim. I was glum. What could I be missing? I had seen this on YouTube and had researched it. I knew there was a cheaper Chinese knock-off. Had I bought the knock-off? I grabbed another high-end flashlight to compare, and again, it only confirmed, my initial fear, that this was a bad purchase. At least that is what I thought, for about another 60 seconds.I scanned Amazon reviews and sheepishly saw that there are three light settings (maybe there were directions I did not read as usual?) to change the settings. A simple twist with one hand, changed the clear light through three settings:1. Dim - like I would use in a low light restaurant to read a menu,2. Medium which I would consider general lighting and what most flashlights produce3. Very-very bright - Which is invaluable to me in many situations. This is the light I was expecting when I ordered this unit. I was not disappointed.VOLLA! This thing is as bright as any of my larger expensive lights (regular and LED) and I admittedly ran around my workshop shining it into every nook and cranny, twisting, bending over and jumping (really). I turned different room lights on and off. I turned on several additional spot lighting I often need to work with, and there are several. This light shined strongly through ALL of them. I am still stunned at the high quality of this light and it s solid heft and construction. This morning I tested in a room with a wall of windows, filled with morning sunlight. I can still shine the light across a 12 foot room to see into the darkest areas of a bookshelf.Please note, it is not a tiny light for a keychain, it is three and a half inches long, from the top of the quick release where it fits onto it s own key chain ring (to use or remove). The unit is 1/2 thick. Mine is shiny gold. I often buy many day-to-day items in black, and at night, would you believe it, I can t see many of them?I have to admit, I had originally bought this as a present for someone. Given the Amazon reviews, and in my anticipation, I could not help myself, I had to try this light as soon as I got it, telling myself I still had time to order another one for my friend.For me, the medium setting would be my first choice to start with and if the light only had the dim and medium settings, it would be a good light, but definitely not worth the money. However, the third setting (think like seeing the high beam in a car!) gave the strongest, clearest light that I could have imagined. I have nothing around that is better, and I have a flashlight in every room, several drawers and even get kidded every Xmas, because my gifts always include flashlights.So, I am going to show this Prometheus Light QRv2 beta key chain light to my friend (it was originally purchased for), just to make sure that the recipient, as I anticipate, will be as excited seeing it s performance as I was. I will then know they are really worthy of receiving such a wonderful gift. Regardless, I already have three people in mind, that I will be buying this Prometheus Light Beta QRV2 Key Chain flashlight for Christmas.Admittedly, this presents one final problem. Should I also give this as PART of my anniversary gift? If I don't, I know it will shortly disappear from my keychain and I will have to buy another one for myself anyway. At least if I get out in front of this, and give it as part of my gifts, I imagine I will be seen as a hero. Of course, a nice meal out, several other well-deserved gift choices and a bottle of champagne will top off our anniversary. But, I can already tell you, years from now she will remind me, Remember that year you gave me my first Prometheus Light QRv2 ? .I really, really like this Prometheus Light QRv2 beta keychain flashlight.Hope this review helps you.5The Finest Key Chain Flashlight on Earth I purchased the Beta QRv2 from Prometheus Lights as a gift for an old friend, who, by the way, will be attending his fifty-fifth high school reunion in a few weeks. The event will be at night, so I simply wanted him to be pocketing the finest key chain light in the world... just in case he has a need for emergency lighting. I own the Beta QRv1, and the only obvious difference between the two versions is a different quick-release mechanism. Jason Hull, owner of Prometheus Lights, brought the Beta QR to fruition...and this Beta QRv2 is truly a work of functional art and engineering. I trust this flashlight to work perfectly whenever I need it to. Thank you, Jason, for producing such a superb and value-added tool. 5Supreme Form Along with Function!Prometheus generally makes great lights and accessories. But these are a true gem! I had the black coated version of the QRv2 on my keychain and it is a very nice little light. So when the brass ones were back in stock I ordered one. When it arrived, I almost immediately ordered two more. Which I plan to give as gifts. They are amazing little lights. A perfect blend of form and function. They look awesome and are supremely functional.The quick disconnect system is perfect for a key ring. You can use the light without a huge wad of keys jangling around and I have zero concern that my light is going to detach unintentionally and get lost. The coupling mechanism is in a word, solid.The three brightness levels (featured in the brass and copper models) are all the variability you need in this type of flashlight. I can go from reading in the dark and not blinding myself to enough light to easily navigate my treacherous back steps taking out the trash at night.I really like these lights and I bet you will too!5Useful tiny flashlight with good brightnessThis flashlight is pretty handy in the dark. Noticeably brighter than a smartphone flashlight, brightest setting is 100 lumens.Keep in mind the beam is narrow, it will cast a decent area of soft light but the center that has most of the brightness is smaller than I liked. But it gets the job done that it was meant to do, if you really need more light you can find a good portable flashlight that doesn t go on your keychain.4Copper Beta QRv2: No better blend of form and function anywhereIf you're not buying this light for its beauty, you can find a better deal elsewhere (lumens per dollar), but you won't find a better blend of form and function anywhere.Pros:Beautiful copper design, if you want it (and if you don't now, you will)High CRI, Nichia 219b emitterBrilliant, well-machined quick-release with a canted coil springEasy, one-handed twisty - great threads, lubrication, and spring tensionNifty glow-in-the-dark material around the emitter beats GITD o-rings (e.g. Worm SS)Good levels for most usesGreat feel, heft in the handCons:Body made in China with occasional, small quality issuesPersonal preference - start level is Low; I prefer Medium for a key-chain lightI've tried a whole bunch of AAA lights including Olight i3s, Astrolux A01, Thrunite Titanium TI3 Neutral White, Fenix LD02, and Lumintop Stainless Steel Worm. I always found myself lusting after the copper beauty that Prometheus had created, and indeed, they all fall short. The Olight i3s is a great buy, but a little cold on color and chintzy on the chain; Astrolux is cheap and had a way-off-center emitter (though they have a Nichia+copper option, I didn't like the design enough); Thrunite TI3 NW is bright, solid, and I like the XP-L V4 emitter pattern, but the color, if warm, was heavily green-tinted (vs the rosier Nichia); the Fenix LD02 is a very cold-blue-colored light with a style I didn't like for a key-chain, including the rear clicky and 'tactical' look.The closest competition is, of course, the Lumintop Worm - I believe that Lumintop is the China-based manufacturer for the Prometheus Beta as well. While I don't have the Nichia+copper version, the battery spring on my 2015 Stainless Steel Worm is too tight to generally operate with one hand. It additionally lacks the quick-release that puts the icing on this Prometheus Beta.As for the bad, my Copper Beta QRv2 has a *slightly* off-center emitter. But seriously, beyond the mental factor for an $80 light, it's completely unnoticeable in the beam pattern. As far as levels, I have a preferential beef. I actually prefer the M/L/H ordering and 5-lumen Low on the Worm vs the L/M/H Beta and its 1-lumen Low. Point - 90% of the time, you turn on a key-chain light needing Medium or High. A firefly-ish, 1-lumen Low is great for saving battery life and night vision in certain circumstances, but it's rarely the level I actually want. I don't take a heavy copper light backpacking. That said, if you are going to have a 1 lumen or less Low, it should be first, so Prometheus got that right, IMHO.A note about that 'copper metal smell' which annoys some - it's not the smell of metal, but the smell of copper ions killing bacteria. Copper is naturally bactericidal and humans are good at smelling death. So, change your mind and embrace the sanitary gleam of copper ;-)All said, I'd buy the Beta QRv2 again for its beautiful mix of design and function. Perfection doesn't exist, but this is as close as anything. Plus, the guy who runs Prometheus is a fantastic U.S. designer and machinist, worthy of some hard-earned dough for a fantastic piece of work.5Awesome GiftI bought this light for my dad for Christmas. He is tough to buy gifts for, but I took a chance on this coupled with a pocket organizer from Timber and Hitch. He absolutely loves it. The light is small, just a couple inches in length, and comes with a keyring attached so you could easily attach it to your keys if you wanted. There are several brightness settings, including a very dim moonlight setting which is awesome if you just need a little light and don't want to blast an area.Perfect example, we were getting ready to leave a deer stand after dark and needed to check that we had everything, he pulled out his light and we quickly and quietly made our way out. Super useful and really cool addition to my dad's everyday carry gear.5Great light! This light is awesome! I love it's small size and power. The light didn't come with instructions, so I had to check youtube to find out about the different modes and how the quick release worked. I really like how the light glows in the dark. This is great if you drop your light and it gets shut off by the impact. You can then still find it instead of fumbling blindly. 5Best Keychain light available. Very fast shipping.Excellent customer service. The light was shipped on the same day as the order and arrived in two days over a week ahead of schedule.Best Key chain light! Has a high Color Rendering Index (CRI) 219B led that displays colors like natural afternoon Sunlight.The colors just Pop with this light compared to all the Cool White similar lights. The twist head turns smoothly with one hand. Beautiful finish on my Brass QTv2. Even the split ring has been upgraded. It comes with a quality re-chargeable 800mah AAA battery. Never have to replace batteries with this light.Thank you Prometheus lights.5My last key chain flashlight...I have finally bought the best one...Really nice and powerful key chain light. First, I love how small it is for the power level. At maximum brightness this thing really puts out some light. Second, I have the copper variation and it is classy and well constructed. Third, it uses AAA form factor batteries. I have used other key chain flashlights that use momentary switches and button cells. The momentary switch would almost always activate the light when I put my key chain in my jeans front pocket and the button cells are not as easily purchased and more money, not to mention you cannot recharge button cells.I ALMOST knocked off a star for ease of use. The light comes with no instructions and is not intuitive as to how to cycle through the power levels. I did immediately intuit this is a twist on/off mechanism but it did not occur to me that you could twist it on/off multiple times to cycle through the power levels. When I first activated the light it was on LOW and my first reaction was...meh, I have had better $1 lights...but once I came back here and read reviews about how to use it I cycled up to full power upon the third twist on/off and WOW talk about powerful. I am just glad for the on-line reviews where this can be figured out! I strongly suggest a small one sided piece of paper to make this clear to folks since you are risking negative reviews by people who are not willing to research.5My new favorite flashlight. This light is well worth the money. The copper version is beautiful and looks great with the titanium clip (sold separately). I liked the way the quick release worked and looked but I needed the clip. I heard good things about the led and wanted to see for myself and I'm glad I purchased it! Great light for edc! 5Twice as good as a $3.00 keychain light!There is nothing wrong with this light, except mine is supposed to have two settings and has only the higher of the two. It is well made and adequately bright for a key chain light. Be forewarned that you have to use NiMH rechargeables. The manufacturer claims that alkaline or Li+ batteries will eventually destroy the light. Add the cost of a recharger to the $59.00 if you don't already have one. This light replaced a similar appearing, though less well made $3.00 light which broke after 16 months. Is the Beta worth 20x as much? Of course not. If $$ is no concern to you or you simply must have "The Best" go for it; otherwise, buy a cheap light and save $50.00 (or more).2
Prometheus Lights Beta Quick Release v2 Keychain Flashlight with Multiple Light Modes, High CRI Pocket Flashlight for EDC (Copper)

Prometheus Lights Beta Quick Release v2 Keychain Flashlight with Multiple Light Modes, High CRI Pocket Flashlight for EDC (Copper)

4.7
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