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Tiny light clips onto your 9V batteries

Have you ever thought about how unnecessarily bulky flashlights are? Think about it, they are relatively simple devices. You need only a bulb (or in the case of LED flashlights, a few LEDs), a power source, a switch and the wires that go between them all. If you’re looking for the most minimal flashlight possible, I’d say that this Battery LED Flashlight is exactly what you need.

The actual flashlight is only about a third of the size of the 9V battery that it uses for power. You need only clip it on to the battery and press the power button. This may not be a revolutionary product, but it’s still pretty neat, especially at only $7.50.


  • I've had one of these for about two years, use it at least, once every single day, and it s still on its original battery! Extremely handy, very bright, and weighs hardly anything. They are also nicely made and seem pretty durable.
    Recently, I found; "Pak-Lite", another maker of this type of light and couldn't believe all the different models and configurations, of this same idea, that Pak-Lite makes!
    Evidently, the idea is catching on!

  • Eh… why is the title "Tiny battery clips onto…"? Isn't it rather "Tiny light clips onto your 9V batteries"?

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