An EDC (every day carry) flashlight should be compact, durable, and most importantly, bright. The Sunwayman C10A fits that role perfectly.
What good does a flashlight do you if you never have it on you? That is where size comes into play. The C10A is small enough to comfortably slip into a pocket and light enough to forget it’s there. Sunwayman is synonymous with quality which means this light will likely outlast the user. Using a single AA battery pushing a Cree R5 LED, the C10A is able to crank out a very respectable 140 lumens on high, which is more than enough for most situations. Three lower output modes allow you to dial in the exact amount of light needed at the time, while also conserving battery life.
Small size and big output makes this offering from Sunwayman perfect for the role it was meant to play. As an EDC flashlight, the C10A ranks among the best money can buy.
The satin titanium Mini123 was a limited edition version of the regular black Mini123 that 4Sevens is still producing. What set this light apart from the current production model is the satin titanium finish along with the S3 emitter. The S3 LED is one of the more rare LED’s being used today. There just aren’t that many lights that have been equipped with that emitter. The rarity of the bulb and the quality of materials used made this light a very sought after piece for flashlight enthusiasts. This particular model is no longer being made, but there is always some chance that 4Sevens will do another run.
The S3 version of the Mini123 shares its user interface with regular production version of the Mini, offering the same ease of use as the other models. In every day usage this light isn’t much different than the Mini123 that we have on our site. If you missed out on getting one of the limited edition models don’t fret; 4Sevens is still making its first cousin, and we have him in stock.
The Quark MiniX is just one of those lights that a person can’t fully comprehend until they see it. The amount of light that comes out of this thumb sized torch is truly something you have to witness to believe. The small size, along with the amazing output makes this light one of my personal favorites. Don’t let its diminutive size fool you, the MiniX hangs with the big boys.
This little light runs off of a single CR123 cell and has 3 different brightness settings allowing you to get the most out of your battery. The XM-L emitter puts out a blinding 210 lumens on high; even more surprising is the full hour of run time the light gives you at that brightness. The MinX is operated by twisting the bezel to cycle through output modes. The bezel operated system is what allows the light to be so small, while also offering the advantage of durability.
If you are looking for a small but powerful flashlight then look no further. It may not be the manliest light out there, but its size and power make it the epitome of the go anywhere, do anything light.