Wuben G2: Most Versatile Keychain EDC Flashlight?

Wuben G2 Flashlight Review

The Wuben G2 is a miniature keychain flashlight that comes with some unique and high-quality features that you won’t see in other keychain lights. I think it’s the perfect light to carry around with your keys or in your pocket. Check out my video to find out why! Affiliate links are below.

Get the Wuben G2 here (Official Website): https://www.wubenlight.com/products/wuben-g2-mini-flashlight?ref=darrenyeo (Voucher Code ‘DARRENYEO’ for 10% off!)

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This light was provided as a sample by Wuben for the purpose of this review. I was not paid to create this video. All opinions are my own.

Wuben G2: The Perfect Keychain EDC?

General thoughts after a week of usage/size comparison/practicality/interesting things:
• Surprisingly good construction and overall quality. This isn’t your usual throwaway keychain light. I’m also impressed with how thin it is.. but it also has some serious range for such a slim light.
• I like that I can use it with the included clip, as a keychain light and also as a work light too if you take the keychain off to access the magnet.
• Comparison with Nextorch keychain light K40 and Reylight Pineapple Mini.

Overall Construction, LED, lens, bezel, and reflector:
• Smooth, durable anodizing, aluminum body. You can attach and detach the included clip, as well as the keyring. A strong magnet on the tail cap. Light will also stick on its side too. It has a premium feel it it, doesn’t feel cheap and plasticky like most keychain lights.
• Also has a serious LED, the Osram P9 – very efficient, little to no heat in the G2. Shallow TIR lens. It’s like a flattened version of the one in the Knight X-O.
• Charges via USB-C (280mAh battery).

UI – modes:
• ML, low med high, turbo. Press and hold to turn it on. Press and hold to switch modes.
• Double press for turbo.

Performance – total output, beam profile, longevity, practicality:
• CCT, CRI, Ceiling bounce test
• Beam profile is surprisingly throwy with a 180-degree spill.

• Non-replaceable battery.
• More expensive than your usual keychain light. But it will last!
• Plastic lens – standard for TIR.

One of my favorite keychain lights. The low profile, flat profile makes it more likely to bring it with you as it fits flat into your pocket. I like the relatively high candela of this light that lets you see close to 100m ahead of you and could be used as an emergency self-defense light. It’s very versatile and it’s rare to see this much care and thought put into a little keychain light.

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