Olight S30R Baton III Flashlight

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on December 9th, 2016 by M M

The S30R Baton III (S30R) is the third generation of Olight’s flagship S30R flashlight series, and is a rechargeable EDC flashlight powered by a single 18650 rechargeable lithium battery covering an output range of 0.5-1050 lumens.

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Olight H1 Nova Headlamp

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on November 23rd, 2016 by M M

The H1 Nova is a very compact (adult thumb-sized), uni-body aluminum alloy LED headlamp with an output range of 2 to 500 lumens powered by a single CR123A battery. The light is removable from its silicone headmount and can be used as a stand-alone pocket light.

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Olight Lights

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on November 1st, 2016 by M M

Shown here are some products from Olight, a manufacturer of high quality illumination tools. Featured here are the H05 and H05S Active Headlamps, and the S1R Baton light.

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Brite Strike Tactical Balls

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on March 14th, 2014 by M M

The Tactical Balls (RID³) from Brite Strike Technologies are small illuminated rolling balls designed to be used by police officers without specialized training as distraction devices. They are meant to temporarily draw a perpetrator’s attention away from the officer such that a move can be made to neutralize the threat.

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Princeton Tec Charge MPLS and Byte

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on March 29th, 2013 by M M

Last year, Princeton Tec added the Charge to their MPLS (Modular Personal Lighting System) line. It’s a natural evolution of the other personal task lights I’ve previouly featured, offering even more options than before and powered by a single readily available AA battery.

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Nitecore TM15 Searchlight

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on December 3rd, 2012 by M M

The ‘TM’ in the name ‘TM15′ stands for ‘Tiny Monster’. It’s an appropriate description for this rechargeable searchlight from Nitecore as this thing packs quite a punch in a relatvely small package. It’s only a little over 6″ long and 2.3″ in diameter, but it has a maximum output of 2450 lumens.

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MPLS Switch and Remix Pro MPLS

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on April 2nd, 2011 by M M

Two of the new additions to the Princeton Tec MPLS line are the Switch and Remix Pro MPLS. The Switch is a dual LED version of the Point, and the Remix Pro MPLS utilizes a different modular mounting system than the regular Remix Pro reviewed previously.

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Princeton Tec Remix and MPLS

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on June 25th, 2010 by M M

Princeton Tec is a name that’s been around for years in the personal lighting industry, making lights for outdoors sports use, bikes, scuba and industrial applications. They’ve recently entered the tactical products arena, and shown here are the Remix headlamp, Remix Pro Headlamp, and the new MPLS (Modular Personal Lighting System).

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Holders for Firstlight USA Liberator and Tomahawk

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on August 21st, 2008 by M M

A new carrier/accessory for the Tomahawk is now available, called the TRS (Tactical Retention System). It’s a holster that provides quick access to the Tomahawk. Not only that, but the Tomahawk can be turned on in the holster and rotated in different directions. It’s not a ‘holster’ or pouch, but more of a platform that the Tomahawk attaches to.

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Firstlight USA Tomahawk and Liberator

Posted in EQUIPMENT, Illumination on April 13th, 2008 by M M

From Firstlight USA come the Tomahawk and Liberator; two lights for military, law enforcement and other professionals that are ergonomically designed to fit application-specific demands for those jobs. Both lights offer different solutions to the problems faced with conventional hand-held lights, when used as weapon lights or when multi-tasking.

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