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RovyVon A9 Copper Keychain Rechargeable Flashlight - 650 Lumens

$69.99 CDN

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One and a half year after the release of the Auroras keychain flashlights, RovyVon wanted to complete the line from A1 to A10, and to that end the Aurora A9 was released. The A9 is made of copper and weighs 39.8g. It is just 1mm wider in diameter and 5mm longer in length compared to the standard Aurora, but has twice battery capacity, 260mAh, rechargeable lithium-polymer battery. Thanks to the constant current circuit design, it is not just improving the PWM but also extending the runtime. Taking form suggestions from their users/fans, a moonlight mode was added. The strobe was also hidden and removed from the main lighting modes, activate it with a triple-click from any status no matter the if the light is on or off.

-CNC precision crafted Copper
*The Copper is unprotected and will develop a patina over time
-LED: CREE XP-G3 LED, max 650 lumens
-Length: 57.3mm/2.26”
-Diameter: 15.6mm/0.61”
-Weight: 39.8g/1.37oz
-260mAh rechargeable battery
-Constant current circuit, PWM improved
-Micro USB charging, fully charged in 70 minutes
-Reversible pocket clip
-Equivalent IP65 weather resistance


-Momentary On: Press and hold the button, release to turn off
Daily use
-Turn on: Double Click (default from Ultra-low mode)
-Switch modes: Click to cycle through Ultra low-Low-Med-High
-Turn Off:
1) Long-press 0.3s;
2) Working at any mode over 3 minutes, click to turn off
*Mode memory: When the light works at a mode over 3 minutes, it will go back to the mode you used last time after turn off.
**Step down: When the light is working at High mode or Medium mode, it will step down to 100 lumens in 90 seconds due to the massive heat generated.
1) From off, triple-click to access the strobe mode, click to turn off
2) From any mode of Daily use, triple-click to access the strobe mode, click to turn off


  • Model: RVVA9CW
  • Manufactured by: Rovy Von

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 28 December, 2019.