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SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight Features 300 Lumens, Integral Swiss Timepiece

August 1, 2014
SureFire has expanded its line of 2211 WristLights—a whole new category of hands-free illumination tools—with the release of its new SureFire 2211 Luminox, whose output maxes out at 300 lumens. This new rechargeable WristLight features a high-performance LED focused by the same special refractive optic as the original 2211 WristLight, but it also sports a high-quality timepiece from legendary Swiss watchmaker Luminox.

ArmourLite Previewing New Officer Field Series Watches at JCK Las Vegas

June 4, 2014
ArmourLite will preview its Officer Field Series watches at JCK Las Vegas 2014. The all-new ArmourLite Officer Field Series watches offer ArmourLite's distinctive Armourglass crystal and colored tritium markers for great night visibility.

GDX6900FB-8B G-Shock Watch

February 20, 2014
Joining the new series of oversized classic 6900 models, the GDX6900FB-8B is a direct heir to the G-Shock’s tough watch DNA.

Police Product Test: Casio G-shock GW-9400 Rangeman Watch

February 11, 2014

Casio's GW-9400 isn't as much a watch as it is a wrist-mounted computer. It has the standard clock and stopwatch functions found on almost all G-Shocks but raises the bar by adding an altimeter, barometer, compass, thermometer, alarm, countdown timer, and a memory function to log all of this info should you need it.

Chronograph

February 17, 2012
Armourlite offers three models of shatter-resistant tritium watches—the Prefessional, ColorBurst, and Captain Field series. The watches feature tritium illumination, a self-activating light that creates illumination with tritium gas.
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