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The NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight

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Description

NTOI Defence Torch

The NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight is another dual-use product from Never-Thought-of-It LLC:

A key ring flashlight to illuminate or to blind and disorient an attacker…. 380 lumens packed into 3.3 inch x 0.53 inch (84 mm x 13.5 mm) and 0.56 oz (16 gram).

380 lumens with a 10440 battery (included only with flashlights shipped to UK addresses)
210 lumens with a single AAA alkaline battery
Length: 3.3 inch/84 mm
Diameter: 0.53 inch/13.5 mm
Weight: 0.56 oz/16 gram
Aircraft aluminum body
Tailcap switch for one-hand operation
Key-ring slots
Pocket clip
USB charger included

“When I first got the NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight I tried it out on myself just for fun; I literally could not see for 5 minutes.”–warriorsmagazine.com

Another dual-use product from Never-Thought-of-It LLC: A key ring flashlight to illuminate or to blind and disorient…. Deniable like all products from Never-Thought-of-It LLC.

  • Legal to carry everywhere
  • Never raises suspicions
  • Lights your way really brightly….

No fumbling in an emergency: It has just one light level–the maximal brightness, plus strobe–at the maximal brightness.

The NTOI® Flashlight will serve you well in self-defence:

  • is bright enough to temporarily blind the attacker—380 lumens will make sure of it;
  • has just one brightness level–the maximal brightness, plus disorienting strobe–at the maximal brightness–so no picking through two or more brightness levels in an emergency;
  • has the on/off button in the flashlight’s butt, so the button can be pressed on with your thumb as you hold the light in the ice-pick grip;
  • is small enough to be carried comfortably and to get out and turn on without fumbling;
  • is sturdy enough to withstand a strong impact.

The NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight Use and Care Information

Operation:
a) Press the tailcap switch until it clicks to turn on/off the light.
b) For strobe press the tailcap switch gently (no click) when the light is on.

So, no programming, no cycling through modes like high, low, strobe, no “tap and hold; click to lock on; click again for off” for High, no “fast double-tap (within 0.4 seconds) and hold” for Strobe, or other such complicated operations, just simplicity and reliability. With the NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight you just click the tailcap and the light is on at its blinding 380 lumens, every time. You want strobe, you just press the tailcap gently when the light is on.

The included 10440 battery charges up within 30 minutes.
Do not allow the battery to discharge fully, as this will damage the battery.

How to Use the USB Charger Included with the NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight

To charge the flashlight’s battery do the following.

  1. Unscrew the flashlight’s head (the light should be off while you do this)
  2. In its place screw on the included charger.
  3. Plug in a male Micro-B end of a USB cable into the charger and then connect the other end (Type-A male) of the USB cable to a computer’s USB port or, through an adapter, to a wall outlet. As soon as the charger will be connected to a source of power a green indicator light will turn on.
  4. Click the tail switch. The indicator light will turn red if the battery is not fully charged. During charging the indicator light is red. It turns to green when the battery is fully charged. Clicking the switch commences charging and turns the indicator light red–unless the battery is already fully or nearly fully charged in which case the light stays green.

The NTOI® Flashlight is covered by manufacturer’s Limited Two-Year Warranty. The warranty coverage ends two years from the date of purchase.

Brand

NTOI®

Never Thought of It® Never-Thought-of-It LLC (NTOI) has the know-how to produce inconspicuous, ingenuously simple EDC (everyday carry) gear for situations in which a low profile and compliance with restrictions on weapon possession are a must.
NTOI

Additional information

Weight 182 g
Dimensions 11.5 × 2.3 × 6.1 cm

The Use of Flashlights in Self-Defence

Self-Defense Tips By Thomas Kurz of  Real Self-Defense

The primary self-defense function of a flashlight is blinding an attacker. The secondary function is amplifying impacts of strikes.

A flashlight that will serve you well in self-defense:

  • is bright enough to temporarily blind the attacker—in a very dark place 80 lumens will do, but the more the better;
  • is small enough to be carried comfortably and to get out and turn on without fumbling;
  • is sturdy enough to withstand a strong impact;
  • has the on/off button in the flashlight’s butt, so the button can be pressed on with your thumb as you hold the light in the ice-pick grip.

Strobe function is the best for self-defense, with the best strobe frequencies from 18 Hz to 20 Hz. Strobe in these frequencies is very disorienting to the opponent but allows you to clearly perceive the opponent’s movements. Frequencies lower than 18 Hz also disorient the opponent but at the same time make it difficult for you to perceive the opponent’s slow movements. The disorienting effect lessens at frequencies of 24 Hz and higher. It is great if your flashlight has the strobe mode—provided you don’t have to push the button more than once to turn it on.

A good flashlight can be programmed so you can select which mode it will be in every time you turn it on. The light may also be programmed to cycle through a sequence of modes, so every time you turn on the light it will start, for example, with strobe and then—with every push of the on/off button—it will proceed to high brightness, then medium brightness, then low brightness, and finally off. However you program it, make it start with the highest brightness (strobe or no strobe). If the light starts with low or medium brightness, the attacker’s eyes will adapt to the light and you will lose a lot of the blinding effect.

Now about crenellations, strike bezels, and tactical spikes: These are not man stoppers. Without a knockout power behind them, they will only enrage the assailant, and should you survive, may expose you to prosecution. For knockouts and “limb limping,” a strong impact with a blunt object does very well. Crenellations and such, as well as the word tactical in the flashlight’s name, are liabilities—they deny you deniability.

Examples of crenellations and spikes, flashlight features that deny deniability

flashlight features that deny deniability

And here is a video presenting the NTOI® Key Ring Flashlight, with its low-key look, deniable like all products from Never-Thought-of-It LLC.

Attention:
Applying any of the techniques mentioned above is your sole responsibility.

Tactical Things nor the author of this self-defense tip make any representation, warranty, or guarantee that the techniques described in this tip will be safe, effective, or legal in any self-defense situation or otherwise.

The reader or viewer assumes all risks and hazards of injury or death to herself, himself, or others, as well as any resultant liability for the use of the techniques and methods contained in this self-defense tip.

Specific self-defense responses described in this self-defense tip may not be justified in certain situations in light of all the circumstances or under the applicable federal, state, or local law. Neither Tactical Things nor the author of this self-defense tip makes any representation or warranty regarding the legality or appropriateness of any techniques described in this self-defense tip.

Self-defense tip from Thomas Kurz, co-author of Basic Instincts of Self-Defense and author of Science of Sports Training, Stretching Scientifically, and Flexibility Express.

 

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