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RovyVon A7U Mini Keychain Rechargeable LED Flashlight- 550 Lumens - CREE XP-G3 - White and UV LED - Includes Built-In Li-ion Battery Pack - Sky Blue

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RovyVon A7 keychain light clipped to a backpack zipper
Size comparison between an 18650 battery, RovyVon A7, and 16340 battery
RovyVon A7 keychain light glowing in blue
RovyVon A7 keychain light left side angle
RovyVon A7 keychain light clipped to a backpack zipper
Size comparison between an 18650 battery, RovyVon A7, and 16340 battery
RovyVon A7 keychain light glowing in blue
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RovyVon A7 Mini Keychain Rechargeable LED Flashlight

Glow-in-the-Dark Body

The newest addition to the renowned Aurora series is the RovyVon A7. The core components of the flashlight are housed in a polycarbonate body infused with a fluorescent powder which makes the keychain light glow-in-the-dark after being turned on. Emitting a sky blue color, the A7's glowing body provides a fluorescence that makes it easy to use as a marker or as a secondary light source especially when powered by the UV sidelight. Easily activate the UV mode with a quad click and suddenly see the beautiful glowing body of the A7. The main light source of the RovyVon A7 is a CREE XP-G3 which provides an incredible 550 lumen output not commonly found in keylights of this particular size outside of the Aurora series. There is a secondary sidelight which emits either a bright white light or a white beacon providing additional uses to the already versatile RovyVon A7.


  • Glow-in-the-dark case in blue
  • Built-in Micro USB charging port
  • Charging indicator and quick charging in 45 minutes
  • Side switch prevents accidental activation
  • Ergonomic design allows for easy one-handed operation
  • Tail paracord hole

Included Accessories:

  • A7U Flashlight
  • User Manual
  • Beaded chain
  • Clip
  • USB cable
  • Lanyard


  • Power Source: 4.2V 130mAh Lithium Polymer Battery
  • Peak Beam Distance: 80 meters (262 ft.)
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 1160cd
  • Brightness Outputs:
    • Primary Light:
      • High: 550 lumens / 38 minutes
      • Medium: 230 lumens / 55 minutes
      • Low: 15 lumens / 180 minutes
    • Side Light:
      • White: 4 lumens / 10 hours
      • White Flash: 4 lumens / 30 hours
      • UV: 365nm / 1 hour
  • IPX Rating: IP65
  • Impact Resistance: 1.5 meters
  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 2.16"
    • Diameter: 0.57"
  • Weight: 0.416oz

Note: High Mode (550 lumens) will step down to 65 lumens after 2 minutes to protect the user and core components of the light from the heat produced by the light working in High mode.

Runtime (Hours):-0.630.913-
Output Modes:3+ Brightness Levels, UV, Beacon, Flashing
Compatible Batteries:Battery Pack
Batteries Included:Yes
Included Accessories:Batteries, Bead Chain, Lanyard, USB Cable, User Manual
Flashlight Usage:Every Day Carry, Keychain
Throw Distance (Max):80m
Switch Location:Body
Product Certifications:IP68
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, RovyVon 2 Year Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Primary Material:Polycarbonate
Product Weight:0.416oz
Product Dimensions:2.16" (L) x 0.57" (Diameter)
Country of Origin:CN
So. Cal.
Almost a 5-Star Rating!
September 16, 2019
I've owned many different keychain lights over the years and recently, I bought the Rovyvon A5R. I was so impressed with the A5 that I decided to get the A7 as well. Among other keychain lights I already own are Nitecore's Tube, Thumb, Tip, and 1AAA models from Olight, ITP and Maratac. They each have their pros and cons.

I was impressed by the Rovyvon's small size, light weight and potent output. The UI may sound a little complicated, but you get used to it very quickly. I chose the A7 because I wanted the the UV option this time. I liked the green GITD of the A5, but the blue GITD of the A7 was very disappointing. The A7 barely produces any blue tint after being charged either by direct sunlight or the close-up beam of a high output flashlight (Nitecore EC4S/2150 LU). And what little blue tint it does have, quickly fades away. At least the green GITD tint of the A5 last about two minutes. The tint of the beam is on the Cool White side and as expected, it is basically a floody, with a slightly visible center hotspot. Runtimes were surprisingly very close to advertised. I found the A7 ramped down from its 550 lumen High to about 65 lumens after approx two minutes as the manual states. Then, it slowly ramped down to about one lumen over the next 35 minutes or so. I noticed the manual and various websites claim the runtime on High was 38 minutes. I contacted Rovyvon and got a response in less than SIX hours. I was told the Rovyvon Auroras ramp down from High and over the stated runtime for High, will go down to one lumen during that time. Consequently, you do not get 38 minutes on High. You get 38 minutes of light. The first two minutes on High/550 lumens, then to 65 lumens, ending at about one lumen. While testing on High, the red LED light that indicates low battery came on after about 35 mins and it stayed on after turning off the light for one minute. The metal bezel will become very hot after two minutes on High. I also did a runtime test on Med. The stats claim 55 mins and sure enough, I got right around 50 mins on Med with a fully charged battery. The lumen output slowly ramped down while on Med from the stated 230 lumens to around 65 lumens like it did on High. You can still get three levels of output while draining the battery, but each level will be less than advertised. While on Med, the bezel did not get too hot to hold like it did on High, even after 50 mins. The red LED light came on after approx an hr of my testing on Med.

I like that fact the Rovyvon comes with a micro USB cable (approx one foot long), lanyard, pocket clip, spare USB port cover and beaded neck chain. I don't plan on using the lanyard or beaded chain for this type of light, but they're still nice to have. I can see needing the spare USB cover if and when the original one gets lost or breaks off. Charging the A7 was simple. When on, the red LED comes on to signal it is very low on power. The light will be very dim on all three settings by the time the red LED light comes on. The LED light turns blue when charging is complete. The A7 still functions while charging. It took about 45 minutes to fully charge from almost completely dead. This is also exactly what the manual/stats claim. The advertised runtimes and charge times were very accurate. More often than not, companies make claims of long runtimes on various settings and actual user testing proves them to be over-inflated. I appreciate the honesty of the claims made by Rovyvon as well as their quick customer service response time. I have tried to contact other flashlight manufacturers with questions over the years, and most of the time, I never get a response. And the fact that Rovyvon is in China, makes it even more impressive.

Overall, I like the light. I just wish the blue GITD was brighter, consequently, that will cost the A7 a 5-Star rating.
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