The flashlight of your mobile phone may be comfortable, but not as powerful or versatile as a flashlight. If you want bright light that is always close at hand, like your phone, you need a flashlight with a keychain.
Most people consider flashlights with a bunch of keys as something new, but they have really come a long way. They are small, cheap, durable and practical, and some flashlights can emit about 400 lumens of light. By comparison, your smartphone's LED emits 50 lumens or less of light in a much less favorable form factor.
However, there are many keychain lamps on the market that are available in all shapes and sizes. That being said, not all keychain flashlights make the grade. They may be too bulky for your bag or too weak for your nightly dog walks. That's why we took the time to find the best keychain lamps on the market for all needs.
Keychain keys can get pretty bright, but if you want a light that's a little bit stronger (and still small), you could also buy one of the slimmest options in our flashlight.
Although we've focused on choices that range from super budget friendly to very budget friendly, we also have some premium picks. We are big fans of flashlights and if you are looking for a premium flashlight that you can add to your keychain, take a look at this summary of compact flashlights.
Meco Keychain Flashlight Pack of 1
0 ($ 9)
If you are looking for a cheap, convenient keychain flashlight, consider the 10-pack Meco Flashlight look at. These flashlights are very small and emit 45 lumens of light. That means that they are about four times as strong as the flashlight of your mobile phone. You do not have to worry about buying batteries for these lights because they are built-in.
Since these flashlights are so cheap and so small, you could easily use them for more than just your keychain. You can attach one to your backpack, attach one to a dog leash, or put a pair through your shoelaces.
SdeNow Mini Keychain with Flashlight ($ 16)
Powerful flashlight with flashlight Normally you need batteries, and they usually claim a large portion of your property keys. The SdeNow Mini Keychain Flashlight, however, can be charged with Micro USB, and it's no bigger than a car key fob.
You think that such a small flashlight would be weak and fragile. Oddly enough, the SdeNow flashlight emits 200 lumens of light (20 times brighter than your mobile phone) and has IPX7 water resistance, which means it can handle for about half an hour in one meter of water.
AIDIER A7 Keychain Flashlight ($ 12)
If you're looking for a product that pulls the line between a Keychain flashlight and a flashlight, you should have a look Throw on the AIDIER A7 Keychain Flashlight. It's small enough not to strain your keychain, but it delivers a solid 100 lumens (10 times more than your cell phone flashlight).
The AIDIER A7 is equipped with a single AAA battery and IPX8 water. Resistance, so you can dip it up to 2 feet of water. This is a great flashlight for nocturnal dog walkers, mechanics or anyone who is tired of their cellphone flashlight.
Finware Micro Light LED Flashlight with Flashlight 5-Pack ($ 9)
If you are looking for a super bright, super durable, Looking for super small and super affordable keychain flashlight, you should look at Finware's Micro LED Flashlight in pack of 5. These little lights will not massage your keychain, but they are so bright that you can move in the dark. These flashlights come with built-in batteries and have about 12 lumens.
Small (and cheap) lights like these are great for late-night bike rides and dog walks. But they can also be attached to your bike, your shoes, your dog's leash or other objects that can hold a keychain.
Nitecore TINI Rechargeable Keychain Light ($ 30)
If you're looking for the ultimate flashlight with a keychain, check out the Nitecore TINI. It is a powerful flashlight that can be charged via a micro USB cable and emits 380 lumens of light. In addition, it has a water resistance of IP54, so that it can cope with some rain or a few splashes.
You might think a strong flashlight like the Nitecore TINI would be a bit bulky, but in fact the size of a car key chain. Of course, the TINI is a bit expensive for a flashlight, but it's worth the price if you're looking for quality.