I'm not a flashlight expert, so I will do the best that I can do review this product. No lightboxes or graphs here. Just me, the FT-A3 and 2 other flashlights. Just got the Huntlight FT-A3 in the mail today from Jon. The flashlight was received in its own box packed with foam. Attached to the flashlight was a tiny 360 degree swivel and in the box was a lanyard for pocket carry. Nothing else. No case or extra o-rings. The light itself is tiny. A little under 3 inches in length, and just a tad over 1/2 an inch in diameter. The anodizing is said to be HA-III. I'll take the manufacturer's word for now. I am not going to test it. I'll let you guys know in a few weeks if this is true. The anodizing is even with no defects. The flashlight is turned on and off using a twist head. The head is nicely knurled to turn on and off. There is also a glass lens present. According to the manufacturer's website, it is AR coated. All of the lights that this light should be compared to, I don't have. I do have a Photon X-Light Micro with fresh batteries and I want to the local store to pick up a Maglite Solitaire. Since all three of these are for keychain carry, I thought it would be good enough for comparison purposes. Just for the record, the X-Light has the new upgraded LED, so it is twice as bright as the older Photons. Lastly, it would be nice to see how the Solitaire would compete to the newer LED lights for those members out there who are just learning about flashlights. Here are the beamshots of each light at 5 feet. Huntlight FT-A3 Photon X-Light Micro Maglite Solitaire (focused to most useful beam) It was no surprise that the FT-A3 outshined its competitors. The X-Light was very bright for its size though. And the Solitaire, to be nice, it deserves a spot in the Smithsonian. So am I happy with the $35 I spent on the FT-A3. Very much so. I would like to see a side-by-side comparison with other lights though like the Fenix LOP or with the ARC AAA-P in regards to fit and finish.