ReyLight Pineapple Mini Titanium Anodized
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini Titanium Anodized is a small, powerful, affordable EDC flashlight everyone should own. Its bright output, gorgeous anodized titanium body, high-cri emitter and different battery options represent the pinnacle of what makes modern flashlights so appealing. The Pineapple Mini is small enough to fit in your pocket and strong enough to fulfill your EDC needs.
The ReyLight Pineapple Mini Ti is a multi-fuel flashlight as it can use Alkaline AAA, 10440 lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, and it can also run on some Ni-MH batteries. When required, the Reylight Mini Pineapple rises to the challenge with its legendary Nichia 219B LED, which puts out up to 240 lumens of beautifully warm, versatile light that renders colors accurately and allows you to see better in the dark.
An easy-to-customize user interface with different mode groups ensures it works how the owner prefers. The Pineapple mini is a compact, multi-function flashlight ready for your everyday needs at home or around the world. With a superior design and top-of-the-line materials, the ReyLight Pineapple Mini flashlight is visually appealing, extraordinarily designed, and unbelievably practical. It's an absolute must-have for any self-respecting gear aficionado.
Made of solid titanium bar.
Nichia 219B sw45k 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 anodized is 89mm in length (including the switch button) with a diameter of 15mm and it weighs 32 grams.
The Pineapple Mini Ti Anodized driver has battery reverse protection, high-temperature protection, and low voltage protection.
The Pineapple Mini Ti Anodized 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.
I heard good things about this light before I bought it and I wasn't disappointed. It has a great tint and the finish is flawless.
These anodized and engraved Ti Mini Pineapples are very beautiful, vivid colors, extra fine detail. You don't realize the detail till you get one of these tiny lights in your hand and see the patterns like on the Scroll-work one. And they are affordable, not $200-300 like most of the exotic Ti lights are.
We'll have to see if I can collect the whole set before Killzone runs out. :-)