Deal of the day – Olight has a new flashlight pen that you will want

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DEAL NEWS – Our friends at Olight are back with another flash sale. This time they are introducing their first-ever flashlight pen, the Open Pro. This Summer Flash Sale starts tonight at 8:00 PM 7/26/21 and runs to 11:59 PM Friday 7/30/21 EDT. During this sale,  a free X9R Cell keychain flashlight (value $15.95) will be added to the shopping cart when customers log in to their accounts. More details about the savings are below and we’ll have a full review of the Open Pen on Wednesday!

Open Pro is Olight’s brand new EDC flashlight/pen combo unit that features an LED light and a green laser pointer. It has a built-in lithium-polymer battery that is rechargeable through USB-C. The Open is available in black or blue anodized finish and has a cool bolt action pen that includes 2 ink refills.

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Buy an Open Pro (Black) for $48.97 which is a 30% savings!
Buy the Open Pro Bundle which includes an i3T BK flashlight for $53.94 which is 40% OFF!
Buy the Open Pro (Blue) Bundle for $86.94 which is a savings of $40!

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Buy the Open Pro Blue (limited edition) for $52.47 which saves you $30!
Buy the Open Bundle Obulb Purple camping light for $56.94 which is a $40 savings!

If you’re not familiar with the Olight brand, they make awesome flashlights and you can check out all of our Olight flashlight reviews. Head over to Olight for all the details on their Summer flash sale.

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4 thoughts on “Deal of the day – Olight has a new flashlight pen that you will want”

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  2. While you do say “It has a built-in lithium-polymer battery” you might want to add “USB-C rechargeable” – I went to the website to check that it was rechargeable.

  3. Nice that it has a rechargeable battery. All of my laser pointer pens use button cells, and half have leaked cells so are now ruined.

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