• Energizer LED Keychain Light, Metal
  • Energizer LED Keychain Light, Metal
Energizer LED Keychain Light, Metal
Energizer LED Keychain Light, Metal

Energizer LED Keychain Light, Metal

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  • Alkaline batteries provide a long-lasting power source
  • Use in calculators, Pencil sharpeners, cameras, flashlights and more
  • This battery is LED

Customer Reviews

Seller says one thing on features and ships another. Pros:Light is bright but limited in usefulness.Light is built well, keychain is nice.Shipping was fast.NegativesSwitch does not stay on, must hold switch to stay on.There is a more expensive Energizer that does stay on, the seller pretends this is the better featured flashlight, then ships the cheaper model. not good)Buy another flashlight on Amazon. I hate lies...There are lots of lights that do stay on with even brighter lights and are rechargeableThis is a throw away light, battery is not replaceable on this.For what it is, not able to stay on, this is expensive. 1Overall a nice light I have owned several of these lights. I have lost a few, I have one that continues to be 'borrowed,' and I have four that I am currently using. For the most part, I like them a lot. I also have several of sister lights. I prefer this model, the one with the large, black rubber button. I also own a gazillion other flashlights, from nano models to canon models.What I like:- The built-in key ring holder plus the included split ring.- Replaceable batteries that are common and easy to purchase.- Brightness level- I can bypass the modes I don't like.- Well built.- I can remove the back for cleaning.What I don't like:- Removing the back cover, either for cleaning or replacing batteries, takes a magnetic micro #25 (if I remember correctly) screwdriver.- Replacing and correctly positioning the two CR2016 batteries is annoying because I wear bifocals.- I must use my micro soldering station to access the back panel (not required by the masses).- The rubberized activation button and crevices attract/collect too much debris.- The annoying flash mode.Most people will probably find that replacing the batteries is too much trouble or too involved/difficult. Even with the correctly sized screwdriver, it is very easy to strip the screws (there are four). Without a magnetic screwdriver, removing/replacing the screws is very difficult (I magnetized the screws so they would attract each other in order to decrease the likelihood of loss).Do not apply much pressure on the screws. At the first sign of resistance, I stop then I apply just a tad bit more torque. Just a tad.I know/knew about all/most of the negatives prior to purchase so I don't feel it is fair to deduct too many stars. However, there are so many negatives that I feel some deduction is appropriate. 4I was disappointed when I received the replacement I have several of these little lights on various keychains, even gave one to my mother. I purchased another when the switch on one of mine didn't work anymore and I had to continually press the button for the light to stay on. I was disappointed when I received the replacement. Regardless of what anyone else says, the replacement DOES NOT stay on, and I see that several others have commented on this. Since my previous one did stay on and no longer does, I can only surmise that there are several defective units out there. I will say that it is a great little light if it remains on. Since this ones doesn't, it's only average. 3Super Durable and Functional. Deserves the name "High Tech". It is a super durable, heavy-duty keychain light. You can buy a pack of 12 cheap flimsy key chain LED lights for the same price, but I am the kind of person who would rather have one high quality item that will last a lifetime, instead of 12 flimsy cheap chinese items that will tear up in your hands.In addition to being super tough, the light is super bright and has a light radius similar to a lantern, lighting up a large area. Even the "low" setting is too bright to look at and can light up a dark bedroom, no matter where you point it. 5The light itself is fine, but is not what was being reviewed in ... The light itself is fine, but is not what was being reviewed in other reviews here. I based my purchase on those reviews, only to finally figure out that they were for a different light. This is the first time I have ever run into this, but it has been very frustrating. The LED Keychain Light does NOT have multiple modes. It only lights when the switch is depressed. I figured that out when the replacement for the first "defective" light also did not work as advertised. We actually took it apart to make sure about the switch. The one that stays lit is the "High Tech" version, which is described but not the one being sold. It is going back. I already had a small LED light but wanted one that actually stays on without holding down the switch. 1Metal vs. High Tech Keychain Light This is a review for both the 'high tech' model and the 'metal' model. I have not tried the micro so will not review that one. I first got the high tech keychain light last year and really liked it. Although it has 3 different modes, I never used the flashing mode and mostly used the bright mode. It was a little irritating having to toggle through the modes to get to the bright mode but not too bad. This keychain light has a little weight to it so if you plan to add it to a keychain you carry around and don't like heavy keychains, this may not work. I mostly used it when I would take my dog out at night for her potty break and needed to see where she went so that I could pick up after her. It has also come in handy at night when I couldn't see the key hole to my car or apartment. Although it does take some pressure to push the on button, I did find that it had accidentally come on in my purse when I had my keys in there and it must have pressed against something. Although the battery is replaceable and my light is now noticeably dimmer, I decided to just get another since with time it has become scratched up and not as nice looking as when I first got it. The price of a couple new batteries would probably equal the cost of a brand new keychain light anyway. I decided to try the metal model since I never used the other modes on the high tech model. The metal model only has one bright mode. What I didn't know is that the on button does not turn this keychain light on all the way. Instead you have to hold the on button down to keep the light on. Once you let go, the light goes off. Not really practical for my purposes. If I had know about that, I would have stuck to the high tech model or maybe tried the micro. Like the high tech model, the metal model has some weight and also looks nice. I also like the attachment clasp better on the metal model than the high tech model which has the regular keychain loop. The attachment clasp makes it much easier to remove the keychain light and put it elsewhere. 4Maybe best one out there and definitely best value. I need to chime in also. I was buying new batteries for my photon II, (http://www.amazon.com/LRI-PWK-Photon-Keychain-Micro-Light/dp/B00006I4Y2/ref=pd_sim_sg_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0GK260EZ43WJZH8J0MZY) which is a similar bright key chain light and I decided to try this one as well since it also uses the 2016 batteries. I now prefer this one and will buy more. It's less expensive and while heavier, I really like the feel of it and the switch. It's not much bigger, but easier to find in the dark on my key ring. The lighter photon II tends to elude my fingers.As a bonus, yesterday I accidentally took it on an ocean swim. Stopped working, but within a few hours it was back in service. Still, I decided to take it apart and wash the salt out. I also changed the battery on my photon II at the same time. What I learned is that the simpler photon II has no circuit board but the energizer does. Still,upon disassembly the photon II fell completely apart as I opened it and I was a bit confused on reassembly until I could study it. The photon II is just an LED with it's pigtail wires going on each side of the battery stack. Less to fail than the Energizer high tech with it's circuit board and actual switch, but also perhaps delicate in it's own way. I found it easier to change the battery in the Energizer High Tech (this one), so I'm sticking with these in the future. And I do like the switch better.NOW, there is a Photon II Pro for sale (http://www.amazon.com/LRI-PII-Beam-Light-White/dp/B00CIQVYUO/ref=pd_sim_sg_5?ie=UTF8&refRID=0GK260EZ43WJZH8J0MZY) that seems to be a more direct comparison to this light, but it's $12.50 whereas this one is half. I'm sold on this one. I really like many of the Energizer lights that have been coming out last few years. I use flashlights a lot and they are getting good reliable designs that sell for far less than the boutique brands but work as well or better. 5Happy with this bright, sturdy and 3 modes This is for the Energizer High-Tech Keychain light, I have experienced with both Energizer's "High-Tech" & "Metal" keychains. Replacing the broken one with the "High-Tech" style this time & very happy.Pros- Small, relatively flat- Durable, metal & heavy- Brighter than many other keychain flash-lights in the market, High-Tech=13 lumens, Metal=10 lumens- low, high, flashing modes (Metal keychain only have 1 mode)- stays on when button is pressed (while its Metal keychain light will not stay on if pressure is lifted)- recessed soft on/off switch- case can be secured with 4 mini-screws (the Metal keychain flash-light is almost impossible to reassemble after it fell apart)- can replace battery when needed (unlike its pre-decessor, Metal fish-bait keychain flash-light, not able to change battery)Cons- comes with very basic key-ring unlike its Metal keychain which comes with snap/spring-hook 5A mixed bag Pros:Surprisingly bright for its sizeLong lasting, replaceable batteryVery comfortable to hold and useBright, Dim, Blink, and Off states.When the button is pressed in quick succession, the light will cycle through the four states. If the flashlight is in any sort of active state for a while, one press will turn the light Off.Cons:If you have any number of metal keys, the finish will easily be rubbed and chipped offBattery replacement very cumbersomeKey chain very poor qualityButton occasionally triggered in pocket for various reasons, and hard to notice when it happens, so battery needlessly drainedOverall worth the money for how long I used it. This was VERY helpful when walking outside past sunset, as well as peering behind A/V cabinets and the like. Personally, when the battery started failing, the thing looked so gross and unappealing that I was more inclined to just throw away the thing rather than replace the battery. May possibly purchase a replacement 3I'm energized by this reliable little dependable key chain flashlight Since everyone these days has a smart phone with the flash feature flashlight and I only have a plain cell phone, I've been looking for a flat little flashlight I can put on my key ring. My choice of this model was excellent. I was surprised as it has two light settings (high and lower) and a flashing light as well. My precious one saved me from getting hit by a car at an intersection as I flashed the light into the driver's eyes and he slammed on his brakes. This great little flashlight gives me great comfort as there are unexpected times I need to shine a light on somethin or other or into a dark corner and I always have this with me as I always have my set of keys with me. The light is LED and the battery is one of those flat ones readily available at most stores. I think it even came with an extra battery. 5
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Description
  • Alkaline batteries provide a long-lasting power source
  • Use in calculators, Pencil sharpeners, cameras, flashlights and more
  • This battery is LED
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Seller says one thing on features and ships another. Pros:Light is bright but limited in usefulness.Light is built well, keychain is nice.Shipping was fast.NegativesSwitch does not stay on, must hold switch to stay on.There is a more expensive Energizer that does stay on, the seller pretends this is the better featured flashlight, then ships the cheaper model. not good)Buy another flashlight on Amazon. I hate lies...There are lots of lights that do stay on with even brighter lights and are rechargeableThis is a throw away light, battery is not replaceable on this.For what it is, not able to stay on, this is expensive. 1Overall a nice light I have owned several of these lights. I have lost a few, I have one that continues to be 'borrowed,' and I have four that I am currently using. For the most part, I like them a lot. I also have several of sister lights. I prefer this model, the one with the large, black rubber button. I also own a gazillion other flashlights, from nano models to canon models.What I like:- The built-in key ring holder plus the included split ring.- Replaceable batteries that are common and easy to purchase.- Brightness level- I can bypass the modes I don't like.- Well built.- I can remove the back for cleaning.What I don't like:- Removing the back cover, either for cleaning or replacing batteries, takes a magnetic micro #25 (if I remember correctly) screwdriver.- Replacing and correctly positioning the two CR2016 batteries is annoying because I wear bifocals.- I must use my micro soldering station to access the back panel (not required by the masses).- The rubberized activation button and crevices attract/collect too much debris.- The annoying flash mode.Most people will probably find that replacing the batteries is too much trouble or too involved/difficult. Even with the correctly sized screwdriver, it is very easy to strip the screws (there are four). Without a magnetic screwdriver, removing/replacing the screws is very difficult (I magnetized the screws so they would attract each other in order to decrease the likelihood of loss).Do not apply much pressure on the screws. At the first sign of resistance, I stop then I apply just a tad bit more torque. Just a tad.I know/knew about all/most of the negatives prior to purchase so I don't feel it is fair to deduct too many stars. However, there are so many negatives that I feel some deduction is appropriate. 4I was disappointed when I received the replacement I have several of these little lights on various keychains, even gave one to my mother. I purchased another when the switch on one of mine didn't work anymore and I had to continually press the button for the light to stay on. I was disappointed when I received the replacement. Regardless of what anyone else says, the replacement DOES NOT stay on, and I see that several others have commented on this. Since my previous one did stay on and no longer does, I can only surmise that there are several defective units out there. I will say that it is a great little light if it remains on. Since this ones doesn't, it's only average. 3Super Durable and Functional. Deserves the name "High Tech". It is a super durable, heavy-duty keychain light. You can buy a pack of 12 cheap flimsy key chain LED lights for the same price, but I am the kind of person who would rather have one high quality item that will last a lifetime, instead of 12 flimsy cheap chinese items that will tear up in your hands.In addition to being super tough, the light is super bright and has a light radius similar to a lantern, lighting up a large area. Even the "low" setting is too bright to look at and can light up a dark bedroom, no matter where you point it. 5The light itself is fine, but is not what was being reviewed in ... The light itself is fine, but is not what was being reviewed in other reviews here. I based my purchase on those reviews, only to finally figure out that they were for a different light. This is the first time I have ever run into this, but it has been very frustrating. The LED Keychain Light does NOT have multiple modes. It only lights when the switch is depressed. I figured that out when the replacement for the first "defective" light also did not work as advertised. We actually took it apart to make sure about the switch. The one that stays lit is the "High Tech" version, which is described but not the one being sold. It is going back. I already had a small LED light but wanted one that actually stays on without holding down the switch. 1Metal vs. High Tech Keychain Light This is a review for both the 'high tech' model and the 'metal' model. I have not tried the micro so will not review that one. I first got the high tech keychain light last year and really liked it. Although it has 3 different modes, I never used the flashing mode and mostly used the bright mode. It was a little irritating having to toggle through the modes to get to the bright mode but not too bad. This keychain light has a little weight to it so if you plan to add it to a keychain you carry around and don't like heavy keychains, this may not work. I mostly used it when I would take my dog out at night for her potty break and needed to see where she went so that I could pick up after her. It has also come in handy at night when I couldn't see the key hole to my car or apartment. Although it does take some pressure to push the on button, I did find that it had accidentally come on in my purse when I had my keys in there and it must have pressed against something. Although the battery is replaceable and my light is now noticeably dimmer, I decided to just get another since with time it has become scratched up and not as nice looking as when I first got it. The price of a couple new batteries would probably equal the cost of a brand new keychain light anyway. I decided to try the metal model since I never used the other modes on the high tech model. The metal model only has one bright mode. What I didn't know is that the on button does not turn this keychain light on all the way. Instead you have to hold the on button down to keep the light on. Once you let go, the light goes off. Not really practical for my purposes. If I had know about that, I would have stuck to the high tech model or maybe tried the micro. Like the high tech model, the metal model has some weight and also looks nice. I also like the attachment clasp better on the metal model than the high tech model which has the regular keychain loop. The attachment clasp makes it much easier to remove the keychain light and put it elsewhere. 4Maybe best one out there and definitely best value. I need to chime in also. I was buying new batteries for my photon II, (http://www.amazon.com/LRI-PWK-Photon-Keychain-Micro-Light/dp/B00006I4Y2/ref=pd_sim_sg_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0GK260EZ43WJZH8J0MZY) which is a similar bright key chain light and I decided to try this one as well since it also uses the 2016 batteries. I now prefer this one and will buy more. It's less expensive and while heavier, I really like the feel of it and the switch. It's not much bigger, but easier to find in the dark on my key ring. The lighter photon II tends to elude my fingers.As a bonus, yesterday I accidentally took it on an ocean swim. Stopped working, but within a few hours it was back in service. Still, I decided to take it apart and wash the salt out. I also changed the battery on my photon II at the same time. What I learned is that the simpler photon II has no circuit board but the energizer does. Still,upon disassembly the photon II fell completely apart as I opened it and I was a bit confused on reassembly until I could study it. The photon II is just an LED with it's pigtail wires going on each side of the battery stack. Less to fail than the Energizer high tech with it's circuit board and actual switch, but also perhaps delicate in it's own way. I found it easier to change the battery in the Energizer High Tech (this one), so I'm sticking with these in the future. And I do like the switch better.NOW, there is a Photon II Pro for sale (http://www.amazon.com/LRI-PII-Beam-Light-White/dp/B00CIQVYUO/ref=pd_sim_sg_5?ie=UTF8&refRID=0GK260EZ43WJZH8J0MZY) that seems to be a more direct comparison to this light, but it's $12.50 whereas this one is half. I'm sold on this one. I really like many of the Energizer lights that have been coming out last few years. I use flashlights a lot and they are getting good reliable designs that sell for far less than the boutique brands but work as well or better. 5Happy with this bright, sturdy and 3 modes This is for the Energizer High-Tech Keychain light, I have experienced with both Energizer's "High-Tech" & "Metal" keychains. Replacing the broken one with the "High-Tech" style this time & very happy.Pros- Small, relatively flat- Durable, metal & heavy- Brighter than many other keychain flash-lights in the market, High-Tech=13 lumens, Metal=10 lumens- low, high, flashing modes (Metal keychain only have 1 mode)- stays on when button is pressed (while its Metal keychain light will not stay on if pressure is lifted)- recessed soft on/off switch- case can be secured with 4 mini-screws (the Metal keychain flash-light is almost impossible to reassemble after it fell apart)- can replace battery when needed (unlike its pre-decessor, Metal fish-bait keychain flash-light, not able to change battery)Cons- comes with very basic key-ring unlike its Metal keychain which comes with snap/spring-hook 5A mixed bag Pros:Surprisingly bright for its sizeLong lasting, replaceable batteryVery comfortable to hold and useBright, Dim, Blink, and Off states.When the button is pressed in quick succession, the light will cycle through the four states. If the flashlight is in any sort of active state for a while, one press will turn the light Off.Cons:If you have any number of metal keys, the finish will easily be rubbed and chipped offBattery replacement very cumbersomeKey chain very poor qualityButton occasionally triggered in pocket for various reasons, and hard to notice when it happens, so battery needlessly drainedOverall worth the money for how long I used it. This was VERY helpful when walking outside past sunset, as well as peering behind A/V cabinets and the like. Personally, when the battery started failing, the thing looked so gross and unappealing that I was more inclined to just throw away the thing rather than replace the battery. May possibly purchase a replacement 3I'm energized by this reliable little dependable key chain flashlight Since everyone these days has a smart phone with the flash feature flashlight and I only have a plain cell phone, I've been looking for a flat little flashlight I can put on my key ring. My choice of this model was excellent. I was surprised as it has two light settings (high and lower) and a flashing light as well. My precious one saved me from getting hit by a car at an intersection as I flashed the light into the driver's eyes and he slammed on his brakes. This great little flashlight gives me great comfort as there are unexpected times I need to shine a light on somethin or other or into a dark corner and I always have this with me as I always have my set of keys with me. The light is LED and the battery is one of those flat ones readily available at most stores. I think it even came with an extra battery. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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