ReyLight Pineapple Mini Copper
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini copper is the perfect balance of power and portability. This tiny light can produce up to 240 lumens when using the 10440 rechargeable battery, which is enough to illuminate your entire backyard. The Pineapple Mini can also run on AAA Alkaline batteries in a pinch. The titanium body makes it both durable and lightweight, so you never have to worry about carrying around the extra weight in your pocket again. With its sleek design and compact size, this flashlight will fit perfectly into any bag or purse without taking up too much space.
You won't find another device like it on the market today. It's not only a fantastic product but also an incredible experience you can have every day of your life. The Nichia 519a tint is beautiful! With the ReyLight Pineapple Mini copper in hand, you will always be ready for anything that comes your way – whether that means walking through dark alleys late at night or searching under the couch cushions for a lost change! The ReyLight Pineapple Mini is the perfect everyday carry light. It's small enough to fit in your pocket but bright enough to illuminate everything in its path. With its unique design, it will always be there when you need it most.
The Reylight Pineapple Mini Copper uses a Nichia 519a LED. It runs on a single AAA battery with a max of 90 lumens, or 10440 Li-ion battery and a max 240 lumens. A flat top, UNPROTECTED 10440 rechargeable battery suggested for the Reylight Pineapple Mini Copper. Some button top could work, but some brands make the button too long, which might cause a problem.
There is one tritium slot at the tail switch of the Pineapple mini that is 1.5*6mm in size. However, we do not offer them with tritium installed.
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini copper is 89mm in length (including the switch button) with a diameter of 15mm and it weighs 52 grams.
The Pineapple Mini copper driver has battery reverse protection, high-temperature protection, and low voltage protection.
The Pineapple Mini copper 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.
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.
Really great EDC flashlight. Machining is great. Tail cap is fine, but I also added the additional tail cap you can purchase so it can stand flat on the tail.
Copper is heavier than titanium, aluminum, etc, but I knew that going into it. It will scratch more easily than some metals, but it is a tool and I feel like that's part of the patina. It gets pretty bright for a light this size, but the quality of the light is what's best about it. It was a great purchase!
Patina gang unite!