Streamlight MicroStream USB Charging LED Flashlight - Coyote
The MicroStream USB Pocket Light is an ultra-compact personal light that fits in the palm of your hand or comfortably in your pocket. Provides unparalleled performance for its size. Powered by a Lithium ion battery, this light charges in 4 hours. Just slide the protective metal sleeve forward to reveal charge port.
- Bright 1,150 candela beam reaches out to over 74 yards
- Powered by integral Lithium-ion cell pack
- Rechargeable up to 300 times
- IPX4 water resistant
- Impact tested to 1 meter
- Durable aluminum body with anodized finish
- Removable pocket clip
- Includes USB cord and high-strength lanyard
- Ultra-compact size at just 3.87" and 1.2 oz
- Streamlight’s limited lifetime warranty
- White LED
- High: 1,150 candela - 250 lumens – 1.5 hour runtime
- Low: 250 candela - 50 lumens – 3.5 hour runtime
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
by Michael -
I've had this light for a little over a month, and it worked fine when I first got it. However, it is now very dim, even on the high setting. It appears to charge just fine, but I doubt if it is even putting out 50 lumens. I purchased two other Microstreams over two years ago, and they are still working fine (wife uses one of them, and the other was a gift to my son-in-law). This is a great light to carry, but I think I'll have to move on to something else.
This is a great light for the money. Mine has been tough and bright for a couple of years now. It has even held up under abuse from my 5 year old.
OUTSTANDING EDC LIGHT!
by Zach Z
Been using this light religiously, since January, 2019. Slim and light weight to the point it’s unnoticeable. You forget it’s there, until you need it, which is the point of a properly sized EDC item. I do not find it lacking in the power department. On high, it puts out more light than my old 90’s Maglite. This coyote tan model comes on in high mode with the first press, which is why I went with it. The anodizing itself is gorgeous. All other models come on in low mode with the first press. Something to consider if all you need is a utility light and want the battery to last as long as possible. I wanted something to double as a tactical light in case the situation arose. This WILL blind you. I had my wife hit me with the high beam in the dark and it totally jacked my vision, so it doesn’t take 1000 lumens to accomplish this. Most lights today are way over powered. 500 lumens is about optimal, but this light at 250 gets it done. On average, I charge about every other week.