ReyLight Pineapple Mini Titanium
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini Ti 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 Ti 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.
Made of solid titanium bar.
Nichia 519a 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 batteries may also work, but some brands make the button to 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.
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)
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini Ti is 89mm in length (including the switch button) with a diameter of 15mm and it weighs 32 grams.
The Pineapple Mini Ti driver has battery reverse protection, high-temperature protection, and low voltage protection.
The Pineapple Mini Ti 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.
So I'm a flashaholic and have 3 flashlights on my person almost always. I have recently gotten into titanium edc gear. I had been carrying a titanium twisty AAA light that had a super low moon mode and always came on in low which was perfect for night time navigation after my family was already in bed. I didn't know about the Reylight Pineapple Mini until seeing a YouTube video on them.
After some research and seeing how reasonably priced this light was for being a premium material, programmable and able to run on both lithium and primary batteries, I decided I needed one.
Killzone flashlights was listed as selling the Pineapple Minis, so I went to their website only to find the titanium versions out of stock. So I signed up to be notified when the lights were back in stock.
After no more than a couple of weeks, I got a notification email saying they were back in stock, so I went on Killzone's site and ordered the light.
The fit and finish is exceptional. The clip is sturdy and secure. I ordered the stone-washed version and it looks great. U.I. is great and having the option to program different modes puts this light in the class of high-end custom lights. I use the light in the default programming as I find the mode spacing just about perfect for my uses. And running on the included 10440, max output is SUPER bright for an AAA light.
Then there's the tint. It was listed on Killzone's website as being a Nichia 219B, which is reportedly a tint snob's dream emitter. After ordering the light, I received an email from Killzone stating the information on their website was outdated and that the light would actually have a Nichia 519A and asked if I still wanted to proceed with my order. I said I did and I can say I was not disappointed in the tint.
Now for the cons of this light....which there are only 2 for me and they are very minor. The first is the output of the moon mode is a little too high for my liking when running on the 10440 battery for my typical night time use. My previous light was sub-1 lumen (0.7 lumen I believe). I'm not sure the exact lumens the Pineapple's moon mode is, but I wish it was just a little lower. The second con is purely cosmetic... and it's not even the light. As I said, I opted for the stone-washed version. The light comes with a polished pocket clip that in my opinion, doesn't go well with the stone-washed finish. I'm sure the polished clip looks fantastic on the raw machined titanium version of the light. I was able to stone-wash the clip myself which then made the clip look like it belonged on the light.
This light checks just about every box as far as features:
✓ clicky switch
✓ lithium and primary compatible
✓ high cri emitter
✓ sturdy/secure pocket clip.
Killzone's customer service was excellent and shipping was quick. I highly recommend them. I don't know what else I can say except good luck in picking your favorite material and body design! But whatever you end up picking picking, you won't be disappointed.
I do love these mini pineapples. This is the stone-washed finish which I've always liked because the first ding or scratch won't stand out.
Fantastic in every way, shape, and form!!
I read reviews and sat on the fence for a while. I wanted this light but did I really need it? Finally I decided to just go for it. So glad I did!. After it arrived the look and feel where everything I hoped for and more. It’s not the biggest or brightest, but as an EDC 104440 flashlight it is the best . I carry it every day and smile every time I take it out smile. So pleased I decided to add it to my EDC.
Great light, love everything about it. AAA size, push button design, really easy to filter through the brightness modes. Love it.
Light is as expected. Killzone got it out quickly and packed well. Recommend both. Thanks!
I love the 219b emitter 4500k. Nice natural tint with hint of rosey tint. Use my everyday
KZ had the Reylight mini pineapple in titanium stonewash when absolutely no one did. This little light has very good output, functional texturing, good switch feel and a very nice clip. And it’s also a good looking little light. Received quickly and well packaged from KILLZONE and highly recommend their site!
I was on the fence about this light, but now I'm glad I ordered it! Perfect size and very useful output and to top it off Killzone service was excellent. They shipped quickly and I received it in just a couple pf days, thank you for offering such great service and excellent products!
this is a flashlight enthusiasts flashlight. but I wanted AAA and a clicky switch with ultra low mode and titanium body and pocket clip. it's a good quality flashlight that doesn't break the bank.
switch is a bit squishy but works fine for my use: turning the moonlight mode on and off. It is bright and handy