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ReyLight Pineapple Titanium

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Original price $ 80.00 - Original price $ 80.00
Original price
$ 80.00
$ 80.00 - $ 80.00
Current price $ 80.00
Finish: Stonewashed

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ReyLight Pineapple Titanium

 

The ReyLight Pineapple Titanium Light comes with a rechargeable 14500 battery.   (Unprotected cell is suggested. Protected one is longer, it might give too much pressure to the spring and cause an issue.)

 

ReyLight Pineapple Ti Specs:

  • Material: solid titanium
  • Nichia 219B SW45K R9080
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • LVP (low voltage protection) for Li-ion battery
  • Temperature control to avoid overheating problems
  • Anti-reflective coated lens
  • Aluminum alloy  reflector
  • Easy clicky switch operation
  • Tail-stand capability
  • Pocket clip
  • Dimensions: 3.8 x 0.8 in (9.7 x 2.16 cm)
  • Weight: 3.3 oz (65 g) without battery
  • Spare O-rings
  • 1 tritium slot at the tail switch.

ReyLight Pineapple Titanium Programming Guide

1. Turn on the light.

2. Press 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. Press 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. Press the button during any blink to select that mode group.

b. 2 blinks: mode memory on-off toggle (default off). Press 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). Press the button during the three blinks or during the strobe after to turn moonlight off. Repeat to turn moonlight on.

d. 4 blinks: mode order toggle (default LMH). Press 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. Press 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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Alex R.
Straight up baller light

See title

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Alberto V.
Killer torch

I love this torch, it very tuff and works great.

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Mark F.
Great all around Tail Switch Double A Light

AA is my favorite form factor (narrow in the pocket) and for pocket carry the tail switch is great for preventing hot pockets. Where this light excels though is that it is both programmable and dual fuel.
Programmable means the ability to set memory off/on, output level and order. Use memory and the light will always come on at last level used. Or if you prefer that the light always come on in the same mode, you can turn memory off. Prefer higher or lower output, you can change it. You can also program mode order so the light can start on high or low depending on your preference.
Finally, you can use regular AA batteries or 14500s. With 14500s installed, the light can blast out almost five hundred lumens, giving nearly the punch of my much more expensive Laulima Ion Slim. However this light has a trick up it’s sleeve that my Laulima doesn’t have. The ability to run on regular, easy to find double A batteries. Running the Pineapple on regular double A’s does reduce the high to about 120 lumens, but still a perfectly capable light.
Pros
- Dual Fuel
- Fully Programmable
- Quality materials
- High CRI without giving up much on output
- Reasonable Price (a bargain in comparison to any lights that are programmable, dual fuel and made of premium materials)
Cons
- If I had to find one, it’s not quite as efficient on regular double A’s as my Zebralight SC53c. The flip side is that they don’t provide the ability to run on 14500s and provide less output on high.
Sure, there are lights that provide more throw. There are lights that provide more flood. There are lights that can provide longer battery life and even lights that are smaller. However, I don’t know of any lights that provide a significantly better balance of features at any price. Get one. You won’t go wrong.