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Lexon Jet LED Flashlights Put Some Style in Your Pocket

by Paul Strauss
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It takes a lot for me to get excited about a flashlight. Sure, I suppose if you make one that can set things on fire, I might write about it, but most of the time, there just isn’t much to say. When I came across these modern pocket lights from Lexon, it was their sleek modern design that really piqued my curiosity.

Designer Theo Williams has added these elegant contemporary flashlights to his Jet collection for LEXON. Jet flashlights come in either a brushed gold or aluminum finish, and provide illumination through a cluster of three bright white LEDs. In addition to the tall, slim version pictured above (4.72″ x 0.98″ x 0.55″) , there’s a stubby compact model (1.96″ x 1.18″ x 0.27”) that slips onto your keychain for easy carrying.

All four models are made from durable anodized aluminum, and manage to keep skinny thanks to a watch battery power source. They can be found over at French online boutique Singulier. Prices range from €9 to €13 (appx. $12 to $17 USD).



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