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The Surefire KROMA packs a diverse lighting device into just 5.7 inches weighing less than six ounces! Perfect for the outdoorsman, pilot, boater, first responder, and anyone else who wants to own “one” multi-purpose flashlight.
Hi settings allow for maximum light output in three color selections while low settings are perfect for close work, such as reading, charting, or moving about an unlit room.
Underwater Kinetics has been manufacturing lights and other dive related products since 1971. Its lighting line includes equipment for industrial, fire, safety, utility, and outdoor needs.
The Ally™ PL3x XTR is the next generation of the Ally PL3x. Utilizing the latest generation three-watt CREE™, it produces a 60% increase in light output from the original Ally PL3x.
On high power, this powerful pocket light will illuminate objects up to 85 meters away. Great for use as a first responders' administrative lighting tool or for recreational, outdoor, and general-purpose lighting needs.
The Sentina Emergency Smart Light detects when the sun goes down, when you walk by, or the power goes out and is always ready to serve. Just plug it in and walk away, it knows when light is needed and provides it 24/7. If you need light somewhere else, unplug it and use it as a flashlight for up to eight hours on a single charge. Put one in every bathroom of your house!
Maglite is probably one of the most recognized name in flashlights by professionals whose tools include a solid dependable light. Favored by many first responders, these tough durable water-resistant lights have been a staple in the industry for years.
Whether you choose the single AAA battery Solitaire model, a double C, triple D, the rechargeable battery powered unit, or even the NEW LED technology, Maglites are a dependable product line and a good choice for a solid utility light.
Pelican™ Products became a reality when diver and inventor Dave Parker invented the Pelican Float in 1976. The Pelican product line has evolved to include durable waterproof, chemical-resistant flashlights and cases.
Being a licensed SCUBA Instructor, I've used Pelican dive lights in a multitude of styles and at various depths without a single failure since the late 1970s! I currently carry a Pelican L1 in my flight and travel bags.
“Heroes trust Streamlight,” says the header on the website.
I'm no hero, but my eyes ain't what they used to be, and I need bright white light to see, especially in my duties during disaster response and recovery.
I was first introduced to Streamlight when a friend bought me my first (and only) Streamlight Scorpion many years ago. These tactical lights are designed to be used when you need a lot of light from a small package for a short amount of time.
The Streamlight product line boasts a wide variety of flashlights for professional and recreational use, and I've found my Scorpion to be a reasonable choice for both.
It most recently served me when Tropical Storm Fay knocked out the lights in my Tallahassee, Florida hotel room and in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during recovery efforts after Hurricane Gustav.
Let's see, that's Katrina, Wilma, Fay, Gustav - looks like my Streamlight Scorpion stays on my belt until the next storm when it's needed!
Not ready to make the leap in technology to the others? Here's a good old fashioned standby - a big beam flashlight with a rubber grip and metal stand that'll shine light in a 50' radius.
While you won't be carrying this one around in your pocket or on board your next flight, it's big enough that you won't lose it around the house and reliable enough to keep you out of the dark til the lights come back on!
I have the Maglite Flashlight - it's a good solid flashlight!
the Neiko Super-Bright 9 LED Compact Aluminum Flashlight is a good one too- i got mine in a cool blue color...bright, small, perfect for your purse or car
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