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Elzetta Launches Line of Bright, One-Cell Tactical Lights

July 09, 2014  | 

Elzetta's Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie tactical lights.
Elzetta's Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie tactical lights.

Elzetta Design has announced an expansion of its line of weapon-grade modular flashlights. 

Elzetta's new Alphas are the smallest flashlights the company has ever produced, yet they offer excellent performance. Powered by a single CR123A battery, the Alphas produce 315 lumens with runtime rated at 51 minutes.

Alpha buyers may select standard or crenellated bezel rings, standard or flood lenses, and any of six tailcap options. In total there are 24 Alpha configurations.  The Alphas also incorporate Elzetta’s patent-pending AVS technology which expands output to 380 lumens when the light is powered by a LiFePO4 RCR123A rechargeable battery, which may be used for non-critical applications. 

The company says the Alpha one-cell models and its Bravo and Charlie modular flashlights are "the toughest flashlights on the planet," featuring fully potted electronics and solid acrylic optical lenses (no reflectors). 

Elzetta Alpha modular flashlights start at just $130 MSRP and, like all Elzetta products, are Made in the USA and offer a lifetime guarantee.

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