- Rechargeable (USB-C Charging Cable Included)
- 500 mAh Battery (Non-Replaceable)
- 3 White Brightness Modes Plus Red (Older Models Have Strobe)
- Up to 500 Max Lumens in Hyberbright Mode
- 6 Position Kickstand/Handle
- Spring Loaded Carabiner
- Threaded Tripod Mount
- CRI Rating >94 Perfect for Photography
- Powerful Magnet
- Bottle Opener
- Water Resistant
- Measures 2 3/8"H x 1 3/4"W x 5/8"D
- Product Q&A
The Kodiak Kompanion™ is a rechargeable, portable light that’s packed with features. As its name suggests, you'll want a Kompanion™ for all aspects of your lifestyle. With up to 500 max lumens of light, you’ll find endless uses for the Kompanion™ at home, at work, in your vehicle or in the great outdoors.Three brightness modes provide up to 3 hours of continuous light plus a red light mode provide maximum visibility.
The Kompanion™ features an integrated 6 position locking kickstand/hanging hook to assist in aiming light where you need it.
The top of the light features a strong, spring loaded carabiner (not suitable for climbing) that’s perfect for attaching to belt loops, backpacks and key rings. A convenient bottle opener is also built-in.
A strong magnet on the back adheres the Kompanion™ to most smooth, rust-free metal surfaces making it a useful vehicle emergency light and work light.
The Kompanion™ features a threaded tripod mount that fastens to standard photo tripods. A CRI rating of >94 in all brightness modes allows the Kompanion™ to be used for podcasts as well as professional photography and video production.
The Kompanion™ is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but versatile enough to be your go-to light wherever you are and whatever the task. Measures 2.25"H x 1.75"W x 0.75"
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Approximately how long does it take to charge after being fully discharged?
It takes up to 1.5 hours to charge.
Can the provided charging cord be combined with a charger block allowing the light to be charged in a 110v outlet? If so, should the charger block be limited to a maximum wattage, like 10 watts? Thanks!
Not sure I understand the question. That said, any standard USB charging souce should work fine.
Can I power the light from an external USB power cord if I want to keep it on 500 lumen brightness all day? Will it overheat or anything at that brightness? And, what is the capacity (mAH) of the internal battery? Thanks.
This light is not designed to be operated which charging is in progress. The battery is 500mAh.
How long does the battery last in the highest setting?
1 hour in the 500 lumen hyper-bright mode. 1.5 hours in High and 3 hours in Low.