The Aurora A33 is a tail switch penlight, the switch supports quick-action and easy one-hand operation. And it's powered by a 600mAh built-in rechargeable battery with a constant output of 200 lumens for its size, and if you like warm light the Nichia 219C LED version delivers at least 90+ CRI and a max output of 180 lumens. Its body was crafted from aluminum alloy and features a dragon scale knurling with different colors for a unique look, meeting different preferences, and a great grip. With the deep carry pocket clip, it's also a carry-well EDC flashlight.
Dimensions: 127mm (L) x 15.7mm (Dia.) Weight: 41g (pocket click included)
Material: aluminum alloy Optic: TIR lens
Accessory: User manual, Warranty card, Charging cable, Pocket clip
Output: Moonlight (0.5 lumen), Low (15 lumens), Medium (60 lumens), High (220 lumens)
Runtime: Moonlight (60 hours), Low (15 hours), Medium (5 hours), High (1 hour)
*The runtime is tested with the constant brightness at each model with no stepdown other than drop-down with battery drains.
If there's no action in 2 seconds, it will cycle from moonlight again.
I needed a pocketable pen light and this delivered. Rechargeable and always starts on low, which is what I preferred for turning on at night without disturbing anyone. I throw it in my pocket all the time.
I don't believe I'll ever buy another rovyvon product again. I've bought3 or 4 of their products and they seem to break within a few weeks good ideas but poor quality products personally I'm through with them