Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight

Today I’ll be writing a review for the Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight, I previously wrote a review for the Acebeam Pokelit AA Flashlight back in August 2022, and today I get to write about the bigger version of the same flashlight.

This flashlight is powered by a rechargeable 14100 3,7V 1600mAh Type-C battery, which is double the size of a standard AA battery. You also get a CRI 519A LED in 5000K and customised reflector, producing a fantastically great beam profile with defined broad spot with even output. You also get a maximum light lumen rating of 600 and with only two light outputs, low and high, this flashlight is easy to use. If it’s light distance you’re after, then you’ll be pleased to know the maximum distance of the Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight is around 101M and enjoys a 2,550 Candela rating too.

You’re also able to use two standard alkaline AA batteries too, although personally I love the rechargeable supplied USB-C battery, especially as you can directly charge onto the tip of the battery with no specialised charging system.

But is this flashlight any good? Time to test it out!

Packaging and Contents.

The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight comes packaged cardboard box, which features product images and specifications. The box measures 15.5cm x 6.0cm x 2.5cm and weighs 120G.

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Inside the box you’ll find the following: 1x Flashlight, 1x Battery, 1x Charger Cable, 2x Spare O-Rings, 1x Chinese/English User Guide.

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The supplied USB-A/USB-C cable measures 20.0cm in length, which is quite small, but you’re free to use any USB-C cable.

Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight.

The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight is made from high-quality aluminium alloy and measures 144mm x 18.2mm x 17 mm and weighs 90G (with battery and clip included). You get a choice of black or forest green in colour, I chose forest green as I have enough black flashlights knocking about in the My Helpful Hints household.

Image shows the flashlight in a laid down position.
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The tail switch is textured for aided grip and enables a smooth one hand operation. The removable clip can easily rotate around the main body.

Image shows the tail switch and clip.
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The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight comes supplied with a 14100 3,7V 1600mAh 5.92Wh Type-C battery rechargeable lithium-ion battery. To retrieve this battery, simply rotate the torch head anti-clockwise and you’ll see the battery there.

Image shows the battery.
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Charging is very simple thanks to the USB-C charging port located on the AA battery itself. Supply a typical 5V USB power source, charging indication can be seen by a red LED on the top of the AA battery, which turns green upon a fully charged cycle.

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Usage time changes on the battery you use.

Powered by 1 x 14100 3.7V 1600mAh Acebeam customised Lithium-ion battery (Supplied):
Low: 20 lumens; 23 hours
High: 600~360 lumens; 35 seconds + 1hour 44min; 101 meters; 2,550cd

Powered by 2 x Ni-MH Batteries:
Low: 0.5 lumens; 13.5 days
High: 300~100~50 lumens; 35 seconds + 5hours 13min + 10min

Powered by 2 x Alkaline Batteries:
Low: 0.5 lumens; 12 days
High: 300~100~50 lumens; 35seconds + 3hours 13min + 28min


The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight is IP68 water resistant and has a 1M impact resistance rating too. The main body features cooling fins that not only help with heat dissipation, but also adds some extra grip whilst handling.

Image shows the flashlight in the palm of my left hand.
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I like the easy low and high light selection too, simply press the tail switch, the flashlight will enter low mode, turn it off and back on again and you’ll enter high mode. The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight doesn’t have a memory function, so next time you turn it on, it’ll enter low light mode. I tried out the Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight using the supplied rechargeable battery. I stood in the same position and focused on a fixed object which was approximately 3M away.

Image shows three images, off, low, and high of the flashlight in use.
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As you can see, the low light level is great for short range viewing, plus will last upto 23 hours on this setting too, the highest setting obviously is great for long distance use. But, for standard walking and use the low level is more than adequate to be able to see clearly where you’re walking.

Technical Specifications.

  • Brand: Acebeam
  • Model: Pokelit 2AA Flashlight
  • Manufacturer Code: N/A
  • Manufacturer Reference: N/A
  • EAN: 6970526501012
  • LED: Nichia 519A High CRI>90 5000K LED
  • Max Output: 600 lumens
  • Peak Beam Distance: 101 M
  • Compliance: CE, RoHS


The Acebeam Pokelit 2AA Flashlight is very impressive indeed, nothing too complicated, a nice, simple, and easy to use flashlight. I’m building quite the collection of flashlights, you can never have too many can you? well, that’s my excuse and this is another one for the collection.

Being rechargeable is a huge bonus and with a universal charging option making this flashlight very user friendly.

Highly recommended.

If you’d like to purchase this item, please check out the purchasing options below. The RRP for this product is £36.95.

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Product sample provided by Acebeam in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.

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