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Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180

Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
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Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
Niteye MINI-1 USB Rechargeable Flashlight - CREE-XP-G2 LED - 130 Lumens - Includes 1 x 10180
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Niteye MINI-1 Rechargeable LED Flashlight

Introducing the Niteye MINI-1 Rechargeable LED Flashlight, the world's smallest rechargeable flashlight! This miniature light is highly compact at just 1.61 inches in length, but can produce up to 130 Lumens of stunning illumination, as well as a lower output of 9 Lumens, with its sophisticated CREE XP-G2 LED. The convenient MINI-1 comes with a 10180 rechargeable battery and can be internally charged using any standard Micro-USB cable (not included) in just one hour. Next to the Micro-USB charging port is an LED indicator that glows red when the flashlight is charging and green once charging is complete. The light's easy-to-use twist cap interface makes turning on the light and switching between its outputs a breeze. The MINI-1's stainless steel body and toughened ultra-clear mineral glass lens make the light very durable, giving it an impact resistance of 1 meter and earning it an IPX Rating of IPX-8. The specially designed tailcap is ring-shaped to allow the attachment of the included stainless steel bead chain to be worn as a necklace or to an ordinary key ring for even more convenient carry.


  • Advanced CREE XP-G2 LED provides stunning illumination
  • Stainless steel body and toughened ultra-clear mineral glass lens make flashlight very durable
  • Twist cap interface allows for easy operation
  • Rechargeable via Micro-USB cable (Not Included)
  • Fully recharges in just 1 hour
  • LED indicator lights up red when flashlight is charging and green when charging is complete
  • Features reverse polarity protection
  • Included Accessories:
    • 1 x 10180 Rechargeable Battery
    • 1 x Stainless Steel Bead Chain
    • 2 x O-Ring


  • Impact Resistance: 1 meter
  • IPX Rating: IPX-8 (Waterproof and submersible up to 2 meters)
  • Dimensions: 1.61" (Length) x 0.50" (Diameter)
  • Weight: 0.61 oz.
  • Output Modes:
    • 130 Lumens - 0.5 Hours
    • 9 Lumens - 6.5 Hours
  • Peak Beam Distance: 59 meters
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 300 cd

Runtime (Hours):0.5---6.5
Output Modes:Dual Brightness Levels
Compatible Batteries:1 x 10180
Batteries Included:Yes
Included Accessories:Batteries, Bead Chain, Spare O-ring(s)
Flashlight Usage:Every Day Carry, Keychain
Throw Distance (Max):59m
Switch Location:Twist
Product Certifications:IPX-8
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, JETBeam 2 Year Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Primary Material:Stainless Steel
Product Weight:0.61oz
Product Dimensions:1.61" (L) x 0.5" (Diameter)
Country of Origin:CN
8 Reviews
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88% Recommend this product (7 of 8 responses)
By Todd
Northern California
September 4, 2017
Micro light
Quality materials very well-made I know I'm going to have this forever very handy little late I would buy the light again from this company I would recommend for purchase
By Bill
morganton, NC
March 29, 2016
Love it
Great key chain light. Small enough not to notice but there when needed. After buying this for my daughter I had to have one for my car and work key chains. The low setting is up to most tasks but it is nice to have 130 lumens when you need to see in the dark.
ProsMost light for its size. Easy to charge
ConsA little hard to twist with one hand because of size.
By Just1mor
January 10, 2016
A "Small" Issue . . . .
Folks, If you are looking for a small light for quick & easy solutions for needed light, you have found it. Low lumens for up close map reading (now I'm showing my age), searching for items in confined spaces & not wanting to disturb others with too much light, easy to use small size, & affordable. But. . . . . yes, there was that pause . . . . if you have overgrown hands like I do, it can be a little tricky to go thru the modes on the light. If your hands are the least bit damp / wet / or any type of oil or lubricant from auto work, good luck. The micro cuts that were put onto the head do absolutely nothing to help going thru the modes. Perhaps if there made just a little larger, a little deeper, it would have helped greatly . . . . and just one man's opinion, they look almost like they were put on just as a cosmetic afterthought. All in all, a good light for a good price from a great company. If not for the issue with the smooth outer head, it would have been a 5-star performance. Be safe.
ProsSmall size / economical / easy to carry / a variety of uses which I am still finding
ConsSome type of texturing on the head would have been an excellent upgrade
By John
USA, midwest.
December 17, 2015
Nice idea, but VERY poorly engineered.
This flashlight is nothing but a toy for people who have too much money. It's just too small for easy handling. They should have used a bigger capacity battery, and made it 1/2", or 13mm longer. That would increase the battery power/life by about 50%. Two inches, or perhaps a few millimeters longer is STILL tiny. The choice of just two levels, dim and dead battery in 23 minutes shows that it was engineered by people who know NOTHING about actually using a small flashlight. The 9 lumen setting is useful, but ONLY having one other output level that drains the battery so quickly is just plain inexplicably STUPID. There shouldn't even BE a setting that high, on such a tiny flashlight. Is NOBODY even doing market research? It sure seem like this is NOT the case. They COULD just read candlepowerforums.com for FREE, and get an idea of HOW people use a very small flashlight. A tiny flashlight is NOT going to be used for search and rescue. It will ALWAYS be used for short to just longer than short distances. Finding your keys. Digging in your car trunk. Perhaps reading. It SHOULD have a minimum of three levels: 1-2 lumens, 9-15 lumens, and the maximum of no more than 30 - 50 lumens, so it has decent battery life. I would design it for 2 lumens, 10 lumens, and 40 lumens. Because I actually USE flashlights. Every. Damn. Day. For the first time in over 30 years, I had to change a flat tire, last summer. It was dark out. First I had to empty the trunk to get at the jack and the spare tire. I have a lot of stuff in the trunk of my car. The tool provided with the car would NOT turn the jack, to lift the front of the car. I had to dig through the tools I had on hand, and I wound up using a large vise grips. A quarter turn at a time. It took over an hour to change that flat tire. If all I had was this mini flashlight, I would have been SOL. Nine lumens just wouldn't have been enough light. But, if ALL I HAD was a Nitecore Tube, I would have had enough light, and enough run time. Last point but not least, the Mini-1 SHOULD be offered in aluminum, for two reasons: it could be sold for less money, increasing total sales. AND, it would weigh less. If you keep a flashlight on a key chain, you want it to be as light as possible. I can't count the number of times I've read about people who have had to pay as much as $600 to get their ignition lock and switch replaced, because their key chain was just too heavy. I bought a single AAA stainless steel Fenix flashlight to put on my key chain. It's just WAY too heavy. I had to buy another AAA light made of aluminum. So, in conclusion: All of you people thinking of buying a Niteye Mini-1. JUST. DON'T. DO. IT. Do yourself a favor: buy a Nitecore Tube. THEY have engineers that understand how to build a small flashlight. No. It won't light up things at much of a distance. It's designed for mainly close up use. But, at maximum output, it lights up my entire back yard, which is PLENTY of light for me. And it costs ONE THIRD the price of a Mini-1. It even has infinitely adjustable output. It's plastic, and certainly doesn't LOOK as nice as the Niteye Mini-1. Deal with it. It's a vastly superior flashlight, in so many different ways. My ONLY complaint about the Nitecore Tube, AND the Niteye Mini-1, is that they don't come with a charging cable. Niteye makes this very clear, to their credit. Nitecore does NOT. A charging cable would literally cost an extra 25 CENTS, or LESS, to include with both flashlights. When I got my Nitecore Tube(s) I didn't have a charging cable. As I wanted a charging cable quickly, and NOT in a MONTH shipped from China, it cost me as much as the Nitecore Tube. I still have a bad taste in my mouth over the FACT that Nitecore doesn't state clearly in their advertizing, that the charging cable does NOT come with the light. They should be honest and up front about this.
Pros1). When you turn it on, light comes out of it. 2) There is no #2.
ConsUnbelievably bad engineering, See my review.
Alpharetta GA
December 14, 2015
small but blazing
A mini flashlight with stainless steel body. Bur, I'm very wonderful about light over 100 lumens. I think this is a good gift for everyone.
By Todd
Austin, TX
December 13, 2015
Well machined and cool small light. Levels on mine are a bit finicky, but cleaning threads helped a bit.
By Roger
Bay Area
December 12, 2015
Nice, tiny light
I've owned two of these lights for a couple of weeks and have been cycling them to check dependability. They work fine. In an emergency, you will get 20 minutes of light at max output. The light doesn't appear to drain the battery when not in use. I bought 4 extra batteries. They arrived with a voltage of 3.68. Perfect. Same as the batteries in the lights. They are nice little batteries, and appear to be well made. 100mAh. Be careful to take care of your O rings. Delicate and tiny. This is not an EDC light. But it is the smallest light around with a Cree XP-G2 and using an honest RECHARGEABLE Li-ion battery. Another thing: the charger on both lights charge the batteries up to a set voltage (4.10v and 4.15v) and then cut off. Very good. They don't give you a charging cable. It's a common micro-USB whatever cable. Anyway, I carry a light that uses a single 3400 mAh 18650 Li-ion battery. But these lights are great little presents, because they work (I have another couple of these made by Mecarmy, and they work fine.) and the integral charger works fine. Tiny!
ProsTiny, bright, tiny, real battery, tiny
ConsDelicate O rings. (They give you a spare set, however. 2, not the same size.)
By John
Kenton, OH
December 10, 2015
WOW what a lot of light in a little package
This is an incredible little light and to be rechargeable is an awesome bonus, you will not have any excuse to not have a light source with you all the time with this. The fit and finish is very nice you will not be disappointed with the quality
ProsSmall size, easy to carry, always have it with you even if you do not have a pocket
Consonly thing I can think of is it might be a choking hazard for the little ones so make sure they do not get a hold of it.
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