any changes? i want the smallest light with the biggest battery! i like to be shocked how a small lights contains the battery it does

Fireclaw18

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Sofirn IF25a 21700 at a claimed 107mm is even smaller than any of my 18650 lights & just barely larger (1/8") than my AA LD12
IF25 is bigger than all my single 18650 lights.

My smallest 18650 light is my DQG Tiny III. Just 87mm long and 23mm wide. It's smaller than many 1xAA lights.
 

Eric242

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A Lux RC Minion is pretty small for 18350 light... compared to a TorchLab BOSS35 that uses a 18350 as well and an Orb Raw NS that uses a 14250.

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cbxer55

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"Smallest light with the biggest battery?" Doesn't sound right to me.

The bigger the battery the thinner the light host concerned; the bigger the battery the more energy it packs. When something nasty really happens with the battery, the flashlight host probably won't survive, and becomes some sort of pocket explosive instead (at the extremes). Not good indeed.

Are you thinkin Tesla in your pocket? LOL!

My edc light for probably six or seven years has been a Four Sevens Quark Pro QP2L-X. Uses two CR123 primary cells. Never give it a second thought in my left front pocket. Just ordered a Fenix PD36 TAC yesterday. Will be the first pocketable 21700 light I own. Should I be concerned about it impersonating a Tesla in my pocket?
 
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