Fidget HQ is best known for their cutting-edge spinners, particularly the Kong, Zentri, Proxima and Quasar. Their latest foray into the world of flashlights follows their admirable motto “if we won’t use it, we won’t sell it”. This dedication to quality certainly carries through with the impressive Aonic flashlight.
Running on a 18350 battery, the Aonic has impressive power while still maintaining a compact form factor. Coupled with its solid titanium body, it’s both lightweight and incredibly strong.
In addition, the titanium body features a unique anti-slip knurling pattern, which along with the ergonomic thumb pads help improve handling and grip. The attention to detail extends to the grooves on the body which help to better dissipate the heat.
On the business end, the Aonic hits a staggering 2800 lumens (CREE XP-L) and 2000 lumens (Nichia 219C) on Turbo mode. Impressively, the Aonic also has a fantastic 0.3 lumens moonlight mode that will enable you to read maps comfortably in the pitch-black darkness without blinding yourself.
If you want to go with all-out power, the CREE XP-L will do the trick. If you prefer something that renders colors more accurately, the Hi-CRI Nichia 219C will be your go-to choice.
When it comes to sheer value, the Aonic is unbeatable. In addition to its triple-LED configuration, solid titanium body and superb LED options, it also features Carclo TIR 105xx optics, an intuitive reverse clicky switch and a sturdy pocket clip that is fully compatible with the popular Steel Flame clips. It hits all the right spots and is destined to become a future classic.
Meticulously machined from solid titanium
Battery Size: 18350 (battery not included)
3 x LED: NICHIA 219C 5K or CREE XP-L HI 5K
Carclo TIR 105xx optics
Reverse clicky switch
Clip & lanyard included (compatible with Steel Flame clips)
Max Lumens in Turbo: 2000 for NICHIA, 2800 for CREE XPL-HI
Internal: A17DD-L FET+1
Function: 4/7 power modes, memory mode off/on, battery check, bike & strobe modes