As most of you know, testing involves more than just spending a few hours or even a week or two with a light. It is an ongoing process.
Today, while using one of the blue-green L1 samples, the clip made a loud obnoxious "SNAP!" sound while I was affixing it to something, and broke off at its attachment point as you see in the photo
below. While this does not affect the light electrically, it does cut its attachment options down by a third by eliminating the "clips conveniently onto clothing" option.
It can still be attached to keys or carried by its lanyard.
Here is a spectrographic analysis of the IR unit.
Spectrographic analysis of the LED in this flashlight.
Beams are very bright initially. Light is small in size, can be carried about the neck or stuffed into a pocket. Nearly instructible casing. Dual-function switch.
Batteries are easier to change than those in any other LR-44 cell flashlight tested to date.
Doesn't stand on-end unassisted, possibility of shorter than published battery life unless an alteration is made (See UPDATE above).
Not submersible. Ring attachment was exceptionally difficult to install. (Again, see UPDATE above for an update on this)
MANUFACTURER: Pelican Products
PRODUCT TYPE: Miniature keychain torch
LAMP TYPE: LED, 5mm (IR, orange-red, blue-green, white)
No. OF LAMPS: 1
BEAM TYPE: Wide angle (red & blue-green) to medium spot (white)
SWITCH TYPE: Snap action pushbutton
BEZEL: Reflector & clear lens
BATTERY: 4x LR44 button cells
CURRENT CONSUMPTION: 100mA on new cells, drops quickly
WATER RESISTANT: Yes
ACCESSORIES: Split ring, neck lanyard
Pelican L1 * Pelican Products Inc (http://www.pelican.com)
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