Rovyvon Aurora A5 White+UV Mini Flashlight Review – BEST EDC!

Today we take a look at the Aurora A5 (White+UV) mini flashlight, we’ll save you time, IT’S AWESOME!

LINK TO PRODUCT: https://www.rovyvon.com/products/a5?variant=12260717330535
Don’t forget to pick either RED or UV at checkout

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Comments

Brandon Rushby says:

I have been looking for an in-depth review of this flashlight for a while now and I have been on the fence about getting one. This video gave me everything I needed to know about this flashlight. I just picked up the UV model 🙂

rdlman3 says:

I have the red side edition for a few months. Just found out that rovyon now makes one with high cri led.

Kevin Karth says:

The A6U is even better! Uses a Nichia 219C main led and a clear transparent case. The UV output is much stronger than the A5U

Jay Miller says:

This is by far the best EDC flashlight out right now I’m so glad I purchased one the only thing you sacrifice with this flashlight is runtime but it’s for EDC so it’s there for when you need it

DJ Ghost says:

Non-replaceable battery = Nope not buying…

Trenton Quarantino says:

Just cross the border into Canada and the price sky rockets to 110$

Stephen Walker says:

Comprehensive review, thank you. I have the same model and gush about it to anyone who will listen. Love the variety of modes and for its size really packs a bright punch. It lives on my edc keyring, and am currently exploring different ways of utilising the clip, which has two reversible positions. For camping and bushcrafting it’s a winner for me. It’s been rained on but works fine, but as mentioned, ip65 isn’t for submerging. It’s not cheap here in the UK at £37, but it’s quality.

Henri says:

Very great and informative review, also I picked up the stainless steel one

Aaron A says:

I dropped my in a half inch puddle of water the day I bought it and stopped working the next day. Not water proof at all. I wouldn’t even risk splashing water at it or using in the rain. Such a shame it would be a perfect flashlight if it was ip68 instead of ip65

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