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POLICE Survey: Flashlights and Weapon Lights

February 7, 2018

POLICE Magazine wanted to know more about your preferences for personal lighting on the job, so last month we conducted an extensive e-mail survey on the topic. Here are the results.

The One with the Effective Toys Wins

January 13, 2015

If some gizmo looks cool, but replaces nothing on your belt and yet requires you to change the way you do your job, you need to think twice, or three times, before acquiring it.

Small Rechargeable LED Light

October 1, 2008
Essential Gear’s compact Spotlight flashlight measures under two inches and weighs just 1.6 ounces, making it a handy tool. Whether it’s viewing ID or locating your keys, the 0.5-watt LED Spotlight will always be at its peak power.

Essential Gear Xtreme Tactical Flashlights

March 1, 2007
Essential Gear’s new line of Personal Defense Lights (PDLs) utilize a Luxeon 3-Watt LED, which produces up to 80 lumens of pure white light. The standard PDL model works on two Lithium 123A batteries, has a three-hour burn time, and measures 5.1x1 inches. The “Mini” PDL model works on one Lithium 123A battery, has a two-hour burn time, and measures 3.75x1 inches.

Essential Gear 1-Watt LED Flashlight

August 1, 2005
Created for tactical use, Essential Gear’s 1-Watt LED Tactical Hand Torch features a one-handed on/off switch on the end cap that can be set to momentary- or constant-on. The light is constructed of anodized, machined aluminum alloy with black or titanium finish. Each bulb provides up to 100,000 hours of light.

Essential Gear 3-Watt LED Tactical Hand Torch

July 1, 2005
Essential Gear’s new LED hand torch features a one-handed quick on/off switch on the end cap for tactical advantage. The flashlight is constructed of black or titanium-finished anodized aluminum alloy and is water resistant. The 3-watt technology generates 30 times more light than a standard 5mm LED bulb.
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