ReyLight Pineapple Mini Titanium: The Perfect EDC – 10440/AAA, Nichia 519A, 4000K, 97 CRI

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This is my review of the ReyLight Pineapple Mini Titanium. It’s the smallest EDC light that I have… and these days turns out to be my most used one too!

More colour measurements, CRI, Duv:

Pineapple Mini
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Duv values do not deviate significantly from pure white. This is the sign of a well balanced LED tint.

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• I’ve had this light for over a week now and find I constantly reach for it around the house, and clip it in my shirt pocket. I’ve also unintentionally found it’s become a fidget toy!
• This is the smallest flashlight that I own. The only light that comes close to it would be my Speras M4 or Xtar WK21 but both are significantly wider in diameter. It’s also the first titanium flashlight I’ve owned. Titanium is 2/3s heavier than aluminium and more expensive to process. I like having some extra weight on smaller torches.
• I took apart this flashlight completely and am impressed at how well constructed the light is from the body, finish and threads, to the internal components, tail spring. Mine came in stonewash titanium, which

What I liked:
• Attention to detail with premium construction – I appreciate well-thought-out and designed products. It’s apparent a lot of care has gone into making this light. It’s things like the glowing o-ring on the bezel, the perfectly centred LED, and even the clip is thicker and made of high tensile steel. The switch has a tritium slot for a 1.5*6mm vial. The machining is flawless and extra effort has gone into creating the stonewash/weathered look of the light. It’s a pleasure to hold and use.
• Lifetime warranty
○ No one likes a long-winded warranty policy, so let me make it simple. ReyLight flashlights come with a lifetime warranty, if there is any defect in material or workmanship problem, I will repair or replace it free for life. If it’s abuse, misuse, or mod fail, I will repair it at a reasonable rate. No need to baby your ReyLight, just don’t use it as a punching bag. Love it & Use it.
• Grippy with useful knurling.
• Customizable UI – half click button 8 times to access. 5 different mode group selection. I have mine on (ML)-2%-20%-100%. But you can change it to:
ii. 2nd blink: (ML)-10%-40%-100%
iii. 3rd blink: (ML)-2%-10%-50%
iv. 4th blink: (ML)-50%-100%-strobe-SOS

Mode memory and moonlight mode can be turned on and off, and you can also factory reset it. Double tap for turbo.
• Value – starts at $41 for a brass model up to $52 for the titanium model
• High CRI (95+) with warm colour temperature. Great especially if you need this as a small work light that doesn’t mess with your colour vision. This light has a beautiful warm tint that produces a smooth, natural beam.
• Bright for the size – 240 lumens – may not sound like much, but it’s more than enough for indoor and outdoor uses. It’s not created for high output.
• Tritium slot

• The original tail switch is a little too exposed for my liking, but luckily, my version came with an optional recessed tail cap replacement that covers the switch perfectly. I think it comes down to personal preference, as the non-recessed tail cap gives you easier access to the button. The button is solid and made of titanium with some solid spring to it as well. A keychain hole would be nice too.
• I’m really struggling to think of any improvements, it’s just such a well-rounded light.

ReyLight is a specialty flashlight company known for its premium designs, quality materials and loyal customer base. The owner is a guy called Rey Ye, he’s a fellow flashlight enthusiast and engineer. He plays an active role in the flashlight community, taking on feedback from members and customers to tailor his lights to meet everyone’s requirements.

The link to his website and to the Pineapple mini is in the description if you’d like to check it out. I really like the copper version and am thinking of getting another. Maybe a larger version too. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. If you found this video helpful, I’d appreciate it if you clicked the ‘like’ button. And remember to subscribe if you want to see more reviews.

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