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ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass

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ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass Flashlight

The ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass flashlight is an epitome of elegance and efficiency, meticulously crafted for those who value the fusion of style and functionality. Constructed from brass, it offers unmatched durability while remaining lightweight, thanks to its streamlined design that ensures it fits easily in any bag or pocket without taking up too much space.

At its heart lies a Nichia 519a LED, celebrated for its alluring tint and superior color rendering capabilities. This tiny powerhouse can deliver a peak brightness of 90 lumens when powered by a single AAA battery, or an astounding 240 lumens when fueled by a 10440 Li-ion rechargeable battery. The flashlight's versatility is further underscored by its ability to run on a single AAA Alkaline battery or a 10440 Li-ion rechargeable battery. However, it is recommended to use a flat top, UNPROTECTED 10440 rechargeable battery for optimal performance. Although some button-top batteries may be compatible, those with excessively long buttons may cause operational issues.

Additionally, the Pineapple Mini features a tritium slot at the tail switch, measuring 1.5*6mm. However, it's worth noting that tritium is not included with the flashlight. Despite its compact size, the Pineapple Mini Brass is a reliable companion for everyday carry, offering substantial brightness to illuminate vast expanses and ensure safety during walks through dimly lit alleys or while searching for misplaced items in the dark. Its ability to operate using commonly available AAA batteries or more powerful 10440 Li-ion rechargeable batteries provides flexibility in choosing the power source that best aligns with one's needs and availability. Overall, the ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass flashlight is an indispensable accessory that provides a reliable and versatile light source whenever and wherever needed.

Nichia 519a 4000K LED.

Using single AAA battery, max 90 lumens, or 10440 Li-ion battery, max 240 lumens.     Flat top, UNPROTECTED 10440 battery suggested.  Some button top could also work, but some brands make the button too long, which might cause a problem.

There is one tritium slot at the tail switch, 1.5*6mm in size.  However, we do not offer them with tritium installed.

 

** These have the new style tailcap now show in the pics. Copper is pictured on the left and brass on the right. Battery is included**

 

Some models of Ni-MH batteries have high internal resistance causing the low voltage protection to kick in on the light and turn it off. For that reason, we recommend 10440 or alkaline.

There is one tritium slot at the tail switch, 1.5*6mm size. (No Tritium included or installed)

 

ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass Light Dimensions

The ReyLight Pineapple Mini brass is 89mm in length (including the switch button) with a diameter of 15mm and it weighs 60 grams.


ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass Driver

The Pineapple Mini brass driver has battery reverse protection, high-temperature protection, and low voltage protection.

ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass Switch

The Pineapple Mini brass flashlight uses a reverse clicky switch. A full click to turn it on or off and a half click (tap) to cycle through the modes.

Thanks to Kevin Manley for the more detailed manual.

ReyLight Pineapple Mini Brass  Programming Guide

1. (Full click to) Turn on the light.

2. Half-click the button 8+ times. The light will now blink once, then strobe, blink twice, then strobe, blink three times, then strobe…After 5 blinks and a strobe, the sequence repeats.

a. 1 blink: mode group selection. Half-click the button to enter this menu.

i. 1 blink: (ML)-2%-20%-100%

ii. 2nd blink: (ML)-10%-40%-100%

iii. 3rd blink: (ML)-2%-10%-50%

iv. 4th blink: (ML)-50%-100%-strobe-SOS

It then repeats. Half-click the button during any blink to select that mode group.

b. 2 blinks: mode memory on-off toggle (default off). Half-click the button during the two blinks or during the strobe after to turn mode memory on. Repeat to turn mode memory off.

c. 3 blinks: moonlight mode off-on toggle (default on). Half-click the button during the three blinks or during the strobe after to turning moonlight off. Repeat to turn moonlight on.

d. 4 blinks: mode order toggle (default LMH). Half-click the button during the four blinks or during the strobe after to change the mode order from Low Medium High to High Medium Low. Repeat to reverse the order.

e. 5 blinks: factory reset. Half-click the button during the five blinks or during the strobe after to reset the light to factory settings.

Shortcut: quick double-tap to turbo.

Customer Reviews

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dean
A work of art!

Got the brass Seigaiha version. Couldn't be happier.

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Paul C.
Brass pineapple mini

This is a fantastic EDC. Just the right size with a great warm tint- Nichia 519a . The programming makes this useable for everyone.I use ML/LMH. Build quality is flawless. Clip works great.
Switch has a nice positive feel. Looks great too. Killzone had fast shipping and will definitely use them in the future.
I have actually been using a NiMH AAA instead for the extra battery life. It is still plenty bright and a charge lasts considerably longer.

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AKHob
Great size and output

First off, compared to the ti version, this brass is a brick, but I like it! Has become my fidget toy, something about the brass I just twirl it like a pen thru my fingers, lumin settings with 10440 is great, with eneloop AAA, moon is not enough, other settings are still good, brass vs ti the brass wins for thermal performance, ti gets warm way faster but not bad to hold, just noticeable difference in hand. In all, if ya like brass and want small good flashlight, get this with extra batteries, doesn't beat a bigger flashlight for performance but for ease of carry and occasional need, really haven't found something better, for price, size and output, Reylight does good. Killzone got my order out fast, and be aware! Their not kidding shipping gets delayed with batteries, but that's on shipping company. I'm definitely checking here first if I need anymore flashlights.

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Christopher N.
The perfect pocket flashlight!

I love this little guy. Ever since I got it, it has barely left my pocket (other than when I'm using it). The Seigaiah patterned brass is beautiful and very grippy. It came with a 10440 LiPo battery but I have actually been using a NiMH AAA instead for the extra battery life. It is still plenty bright and a charge lasts considerably longer.

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Richard S.
Brass and Copper Reylight mini's are a great addition to the mini pineapple line

Nice weight and feel of the Brass and Copper mini frags and Seigaiha models are awork of art. Both now sporting the tail standing tailcaps and Nichia 519a LED's

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Jason H.
Mini Pineapple

Great flashlight I own several mini pineapples they’re all great flashlights.

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noah l.
Awesome And compact light

Best light for it size !

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Adam M.
Pineapple Mini

Great heft in hand. Good output. Very aesthetically pleasing design.