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✔ Odin Mini, Olight Innovative Tactical Light
The Odin Mini is Olight brand-new tactical light that marks a huge breakthrough in the tactical light industry.
✔ Mini but Mighty
The Odin Mini delivers an incredible output of 1,250 lumens and a 240-meter beam distance.
✔ M-Lock and Picatinny Compatible
Though specially designed for M-lock rails, the Odin mini is also compatible with Picatinny rails via the optional adapter.
✔ Safe and Reliable
The Odin Mini features Olight innovative rotate-to-lock slide rail mount that contributes quick attachment and detachment.
✔ Push-to-lock Remote Switch
The included magnetic remote switch (same as the Odin) features an innovative push-to-lock function for a tight fit and foolproof operation.
✔ Multifunctional Tail Cap
The Odin Mini inherits Odin's versatile tail switch that can connect a magnetic remote switch or ensures tactical handheld operation.
Beam Distance (ft) 787
Beam Distance (m) 240
Max. Performance (lumens) 1,250
Charge type MCC3 Magnetic Charging Cable
Compatible Batteries Customized 2040mAh 18500 Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Light Intensity (candela) 14,400
Light Source High Performance Neutral White LED
Mode Operation Tail Switch
Form/Size Factor Compact Size
LEVEL 1 (lumens) 1,250~900~700~200
Run-time LEVEL 1
- 6+11+39+14 minutes
LEVEL 2 (lumens) 200
Run-time LEVEL 2
- 5 hours
Strobe No
Waterproof IPX8
Weight (g / oz) 176/ 6.21
Length(mm / in) 115.5/ 4.55
Head Diameter (mm / in) 29/ 1.14
Body Diameter (mm / in) 25.7/ 1.01
Led High Performance Neutral White LED
Packaging Carton Blister
Use Self-defense, Law enforcement, Tactical
Package Contents
- Odin Mini (Battery Included) x 1
- MCC3 Magnetic Charging Cable x 1
- Magnetic Remote Switch x 1
- M-LOK Rail Mount x 1
- M-LOK Nut x 2
- M-LOK Socket Screw x 2
- H3.0 Allen Wrench x 1
- Pressure Switch Mount x 1
- Self-locking band x 2
- User Manual x 1

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I noticed at least two differences between the two. Whether those points are important or not, you be the judge.
(1) to reduce the remote-switch-disconnect risk, the odin has a locking mechanism built in when the valkyrie will need your duct tapes.
(2) the odin mini is rated IPX8 water resistant when the valkyrie is rated IPX6.

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I'll admit The Odin has a more secure tail switch set up vs the Valkyrie however the water resistant differences is kind of a of non-factor considering most people don't plan on shooting in inclement weather and would naturally rather keep their rifles and themselves dry whenever possible. Olight imo is suffering from success they made the Valkyrie so good that it damn near overshadows their latest compact tactical light lol. I originally wanted to buy the Odin mini but after researching the specs I might end up buying me another PL pro Valkyrie. Better specs, flexible mounting on either rifle or pistol and it's cheaper? Sounds like a no brainier.

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Can someone tell me what's the point of Odin mini? the PL pro Valkyrie literally BTFOs the Odin mini. More lumens, Better candela, smaller profile than the Odin mini, has the flexibility to be a pistol light or rifle light and is cheaper in than the Odin mini. Seriously wtf?

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PL models are designed for pistols. The Odin is designed for carbines/rifles, specifically around withstanding the recoil. Also, the PL does not have a remote switch.

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The Valkyrie is a pistol light that can flex into a rifle light. It can withstand AR recoil just fine, I bought it last year and have had it mounted exclusively to my AR 15. And yes the the Valkyrie does have a switch. I literally have a Valkyrie mounted with a magnetic pressure switch on my AR 15. Here is the link for the pressure switch so you don't think I'm making up stories.

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Reckon they will have the RPL-7 pressure switches in stock at some point?

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