Olight Odin Mini 1250 Lumen Rechargeable Rail Mount Flashlight - Black

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Manufactured by Olight
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The Olight Odin Mini 1250 Lumen Rechargeable Rail Mount Flashlight is designed to be compatible with all Picatinny rails. The Odin Mini 1250 has a quick release function which allows the light to be rapidly detached from the rifle and used as a handheld. It also has a magnetic tail cap and pressure switch so the light can be operated from any position. 

  • Lumens: 1250
  • Laser: No
  • Style: Rail mounted weapon light
  • Batteries: 18500 rechargeable
  • Color: Black
  • Includes remote switch

Pushing 1250 lumens out of a light is no easy task, but the Olight Odin Mini 1250 Lumen light accomplishes this with ease thanks to its rechargeable 18500 battery powering an LED bulb. The Odin Mini 1250 also features magnetic recharging. Simple attach the included magnetic USB cable to the light's tail cap and it will begin charging. No need to remove the light from its mount or take the cap off. The Odin Mini 1250 can switch between modes, providing 1250, 900, 700, or 200 lumens. At 1250 lumens the Olight Odin Mini 1250 can provide 6 minutes of constant on time.

Olight has a single goal: put a light in everyone's hands. They believe that no one should be left in the dark, and are dedicated to providing affordable lighting solutions to every consumer. Whether it's rifle, pistol, or handheld lights, Olight has a solution for you.
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Battery TypeProprietary Li-Ion Rechargeable
FinishHardcoat Anodized
ModesConstant, Momentary
Output1250 Lumens
PlatformM1913 Picatinny

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Amazing light


After a good Primary Arms optic, a flashlight is the second most important upgrade for your firearm. Streamlight and Surefire have been my go to weapon mounted lights, but I have a new favorite. The Olight Odin Mini is brilliant in more ways than one. The rail attachment for the pressure pad is so much less frustrating than Streamlight's. The USB rechargeable battery is a big deal. The way that the tail cap locks in place is genius and is executed very well. Ditto for the way that the light itself locks into the included m-lok compatible angled mount and is easily removeable. Even the design of the packaging was well thought out and executed. Time will tell if the light holds up, but I'm thoroughly impressed so far.