Prometheus Lights

Prometheus Lights Beta QR v3 - ICE Titanium

Better than ever

It's been 10 years since the launch of the original Prometheus Lights Beta QR. In celebration of its 10th year anniversary, the Prometheus Lights Beta QR v3 brings the heat (and light) with new refinements and upgrades.

Already widely considered as the perfect EDC light, the Beta QR v3 somehow manages to build upon its already legendary status with a few choice refinements. Firstly, the new Beta QR v3 feature the newest Nichia 519A 9080 (4000K) LED with 90+ CRI to help you see better and colors more accurately in the dark.

Next, this new batch of Beta QR v3 come with a broached internal where the quick-release attaches, allowing the light to be used as a light-duty bit driver. It's compatible with any 1/4" driver bit.

Finally, the primary changes center on the Beta QR v3 ergonomics. The head is now larger to allow for easier one-handed operation, while also making the Beta QR v3 more impact resistant. The added material allows us for grooves to be cut deeper, along with fluting at the back, for improved grip and handling.

Designed to be the best keychain flashlight, the Prometheus Lights Beta QR v3 comes with everything you know and love – including a solid titanium body with a beautiful ICE finish, the no-fuss AAA configuration, and of course, the iconic solid brass quick-release snap-on/off design. So, if you're looking for the perfect keychain flashlight, it really doesn't come much better than the Prometheus Lights Beta QR v3.

  • Upgraded body design and ergonomics
  • Broached internal to fit 1/4" driver bit
  • Compact AAA flashlight (NiMH AAA rechargeable) or Lithium disposable
  • Machined from Domestic 6Al/4V Titanium (Grade 5)
  • Ingenious Solid brass quick-release snap-on/off mechanism
  • Nichia 519A 9080 (4000K) LED with 90+ CRI 
  • Output: 1/15/90 Lumens (3 mode: low/medium/high)
  • Interface: Twist on/off
  • Dimensions: .55" x 2.95" (3.5" with QR attached)
  • Weight: 1.4 Oz
  • Made in the USA

Note: Do not use Lithium-Ion or Alkaline batteries! Alkaline batteries can release gas during discharge that will corrode the interior of the copper light, preventing the flow of electricity.

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