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Access Fund Ion Keychain Light


Regular price: $19.95
Sale price: $5.00


Clip it to your keys, backpack, or harness and have 40 lumens of reliable illumination whenever you need it. Best of all, 100% of the revenue from each Ion Keychain purchase goes directly to the Access Fund, supporting their mission to protect climbing areas. View Details

Color: Black

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This versatile, compact keychain light is designed to be clipped to your car keys, backpack, or climbing harness and provides 40 lumens of reliable light in clutch situations. With a twist mechanical lock to preserve battery life, a dim mode, and a strobe for high-vis at night, the Ion runs on two coin-cell batteries (CR2032) to provide reliable light whenever you need it. Every purchase of the Ion Light directly supports the Access Fund. That's right, 100% of the revenue generated from this sale will be donated to the Access Fund, helping to protect and preserve climbing areas for generations to come.

Product Features

  • 100% of Ion revenue will be donated to the Access Fund
  • Emits 40 lumens on max setting
  • Carabiner keychain
  • Twist mechanical lock
  • Dim and strobe mode
  • Runs on two coin-cell batteries (CR2032 included)
  • Emits 40 lumens on max setting


Access Fund Donation

You read that right- 100% of revenue generated selling the Ion Keychain is being donated to support the Access Fund and their mission to protect America's climbing.

3 Year Warranty

We trust what we make because we use what we make. All Black Diamond lighting products are covered by a three year warranty policy.

IPX Rating
Max Burntime
2 - 2032 coinIPX44018 h (Lowest Setting)


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), and Nickel, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to