PocKit User Manual

Using the Flashlight

  1. Doubleclick Multi-Function button to turn on/off.
  2. Click the button to cycle between lighting modes.

Checking Battery Level

  1. Click the Multi-Function button once.

Connecting Bluetooth

  1. Hold the BT Power Button until the BT Indicator blinks.
  2. Follow your BT connection procedure on your device. It will appear on your device named as “PocKit”.
  3. BT Indicator will turn solid on successful connection.

Answering a Call

  1. Click the Bluetooth Multifunction button once.

Playing / Pausing a Song

  1. Click the Bluetooth Multifunction button once.

Bluetooth True Wireless

Each PocKit comes with Bluetooth True Wireless functionality. This means that two PocKits could work together to produce stereo sound, with one PocKit acting as the left speaker, and one acting as the right speaker.

Step 1: Turn on both PocKits, make sure that neither are connected to any Bluetooth device. The Bluetooth indicator should be blinking slowly

Step 2: Hold the bluetooth button until both devices beep in unison.

Step 3: The bluetooth indicator on both devices will now become solid, indicating a succesful paring. The pair is now ready to connect to your mobile device. Connect to the PocKit that you pressed the bluetooth button on .

The PocKit that you pressed the bluetooth button on will be the left speaker, while the other will be the right speaker.

Step 1: Turn on bluetooth on your mobile

Step 2: Download the mobile app.

Step 3: Turn on Bluetooth Low Energy

Despite the similarities in name, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a different connection that enables the mobile app’s Proximity tracking and LED controls. To turn on BLE, press the multifunction button, and you will hear a melody indicating that BLE is on.

One BLE is on, a green LED underneath the flashlight will start blinking. That means the PocKit is looking for a device to pair BLE with. Once the BLE connection has been established, the green LED will become solid.

UI Walkthrough

After the splash screen, you will enter the searching screen. The app will automatically detect nearby PocKits and list any PocKits that were detected. Be sure to turn on BLE on your PocKit, or the app will be unable to detect it.

At this point, you could either click the pencil icon to rename the PocKit, or click the name to select that as the device to control with the app. 

On the main screen, you can toggle the LED, set the alarm distance, or trigger the alarm. Click any of the 4 tabs at the bottom to access LED features.

For the “Flash-to-Music” function, the “threshold” refers to the sound volume needed to trigger LED flashing. If the slider is set to the left, the PocKit will flash more frequently. If set to the right, it will flash less frequently.

For the “Flashing Pattern” function, please note that the “Record Custom Pattern” records flash timing, but not flash duration.


Flashing Pattern


Morse Code