Olight I1R(Image removed from quote.)Maratac AAA copper(Image removed from quote.)Olight I3E is another good one.
The Rovyvon Aurora is a cool option, they have a bunch of different models, the one I have is 550 lumens, usb recharagable, clip, keychain and lanyards, battery life is not as good as the olight I1r but it's pretty cool light, with a bunch of different body materials and functions, I have this one:(Image removed from quote.)
There are several good options that I could suggest, but I could give an even better suggestion with a little narrowing of what you want.How bright do you want/need? Is 130 or less lumens sufficient or do you want something more powerful? As far as batteries do you want common use AAA/AA? Are you willing to go with a little less common CR123 in order to get higher power? Would you prefer rechargeable flashlight?If you are wanting a lower lumen small keychain light that is rechargeable, then I would recommend the Jetbeam Mini 1 which can be found with or without a pocket clip.In lower lumen, but more common AAA, I would go with a Fenix E05 or Lumitop EDC01. Either one of those have a pocket clip, but are quality lights. If you wanted the pocket clip, then look at the EagleTac D25AAA, Lumintop Tool AAA, and Olight I3T.If you are wanting more power and willing to go with the less common CR123, then look at Olight S1 mini, Fenix E16 or EagleTac D25c/D3c. If wanting the higher power but still the common batteries then EagleTac D25A or D3A are probably the best for for size/power trade off.
Size of the light is important as I don’t want something to big. Battery doesn’t matter. I am well versed in rechargeable Li Ion batteries and use them often in my EDC lights.As far as lumens goes the bare minimum is say 150 or so for max output. Will use a much lower setting most of the time but living out in the country I often kick it up to see what is out and about late at night while out on my property.
Based on that info, my suggestions would be: Olight S1 mini, Fenix E16, or EagleTac D25c/D3c/D25A/D3c. These will all give you over 300lumen (in case of E16 up to 700), while being fairly small.For size comparison, from left to right: SAK Rambler, Olight S1 Mini, EagleTac D25c and key Fob.(Image removed from quote.)
Dig out my old Olight S1 and very much enjoyed the UI and wonderfully floody beam.
The Mini is just a shorter version. For keychain, the ring would need to clip on a hole in the pocket clip, but doable.
How much smaller is the mini then the S1?
Harley,I bought a Thrunite T1 because it is similar to the S1R (but charges with mini usb instead of proprietary charger) and I have to say that this light is amazing. It really makes me want to go ahead and get the S1 variants....they are even smaller. I carry this little guy everywhere I go. At night, on a walk, it does a great job. It is not really made for throwing a beam a long distance, but it lights up the area really well. I can't wait to try out the Olight models.This article has a picture showing the variants side by side.https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?451179-Review-Olight-S1R-Baton-IIIf I want something portable that throws well, I reach for my Sofirn SP31.