BYBLIGHT Pack of Tactical 4 Flashlights
COMPACT & VERSATILE: Portable fit into your pocket, purse, drawer or car compartment, ideal for using around the house, camping, fishing, running, dog walking, power outages and emergencies.
The BYBLIGHT 800 Lumens Ultra Bright XML-T6 LED Flashlight is a favorite in our testing, and for good reason. It's bright, lightweight, and versatile, and its IPX4 water resistance makes it ideal for camping, outdoor sports, and industrial work (though we wouldn't recommend submerging it underwater). The XML-T6 LED offers 800 lumens of brightness, and because it's focused by a zoomable lens, you can control the beam from wide to narrow with 5 modes. A convenient side switch allows you to switch between modes with one hand, and the light itself has a side button for toggling between high and strobe mode. The housing is made from a durable aluminum that's both lightweight and shock resistant, and the UI is intuitive and straightforward. The BYBLIGHT 800 Lumens Ultra Bright XML-T6 LED Flashlight is a great flashlight for camping, hiking, and outdoor activities.
NP NIGHT PROVISION Night Provision TX8 Compact Tactical Flashlight EDC Rechargeable USB Pocket Torch CREE XPG3-S4 800 Lumen LED (USB Rechargeable)
INCREDIBLY COMPACT The TX8 is as long as the width of your palm and as bright as the sun. It slides and clips on any pocket, or belt. The pocket clip is reversible and allows for secure mounting onto the bill of a hat. Feather light weighing at 2oz without the battery installed. As powerful as a cars headlight, its ideal for hunters, security police officers, guards, mechanics, camping or home emergencies. [Recharge with the Micro USB port on the head of the included battery]
The Night Provision TX8 flashlight torch is a solid choice for anyone looking for a compact, tactical, and waterproof flashlight. It puts out enough light for most tasks, and it can clip onto a belt or backpack. The buttons are large and conveniently placed, and the torch comes with plenty of accessories (a nylon pouch, a lanyard, and a magnetic mounting system). That said, it does have some shortcomings. In particular, the buttons feel a little cheap, and the light output is inconsistent. The torch has a bright-white light output, which we prefer for outdoor tasks such as reading, but it dims significantly when switched to tactical mode. The torch also has a problem overheating; after 15 minutes of use, it automatically switches to a lower brightness mode, and after 30 minutes, it switches off. The Night Provision also lacks illumination modes beyond tactical and illumination, and it lacks a strobe function, which is disappointing given how much versatility a flashlight typically offers. It's worth pointing out that the torch's performance varies significantly depending on how well its batteries are charged (more on this below).
TrustFire GM23 Pistol Light 800 Lumens Bright Weapon Rail Flashlight Mounted USB Rechargeable Tactical Lights Pistol Led Flashlight
Quick Mount/ Detach System: Easy clip on and off. The GM23 easy to use mounting system that allows users to install and remove the weapon light quickly. Included are two mounts adapters Glock or Picatinny (mil-std-1913) type rail by its swing arm mount
This light comes with everything you need for mounting it to your pistol, including a universal mount and a tool to install and remove it. The hold is large, so you won't have problems accessing all the controls. The switch is intuitive and easy to operate. The GM23 is bright enough to be used as a weapon light, but it's much brighter and more powerful than our pick for best flashlight for shooting, the Streamlight ProTac HL9. The GM23's light beam is also much wider, and the beam can be focused or expanded to varying degrees, depending on your needs. The GM23's low-voltage warning feature is a welcome feature, because it lets you know that the battery is heating up, and so you can either turn it off or vent it. It also flashes when the light gets too hot, which is helpful in determining when to turn off the light. The GM23's battery life is good, and it's one of the few lights we tested that's USB rechargeable. The manufacturer claims that the light can keep going for up to 80 hours, but, after 40 hours of continuous use, the GM23 ran out of battery.
Acid Tactical T6 LED 800 Flashlight Lumen with Picatinny Rifle/Shotgun Mount
Single Mode light - This light has a single on/off mode when clicking the button on the rear of the light.
The Acid Tactical T6 LED light is one of the most powerful and versatile pocket LED lights we've tested, with 800 lumens of brightness and a durable, lightweight design. It's perfect for camping trips, sporting events, and emergency situations. The hard case, rechargeable battery, and charger are all included, and the flashlight comes with a Picatinny mount for attaching to your favorite firearms, shotguns, and hunting rifles. The flashlight has 19 different light modes, four of which are strobe modes, and there's a mode for red-filtered night vision. The flashlight has a lengthy runtime, and its adjustable zoom and focus features make it easy to find just the right lighting level for your activity. In our tests, we found the Acid Tactical T6 LED to be bright enough to illuminate a large area, and the zoom and focus features made it easy to zero in on objects in the distance. The flashlight is water-resistant, but it's best not to use it in a rainstorm. We also found the flashlight to be heavier and bulkier than the Streamlight Stinger Pro, which also has a 800 lumens rating, but a much larger body. The Streamlight Stinger Pro also has a longer battery life, and it's less expensive.
Powertac Valor 800 Lumen AA Battery EDC Compact/Powerful Flashlight and Steel Stainless Belt Clip with Compass 44 8-in-1 Tactical Keychain
ENJOY STRONG FUNCTIONALITY AND EASE OF USE: Powerfully bright and compact-Impressive CREE XML-U3 LED produces 800 Lumens and fits easily in one hand.
The Valor 800 Lumen AA Battery EDC Compact/Powerful Flashlight and Stainless Steel Belt Clip with Compass 44 8-in-1 Tactical Keychain is a handy flashlight with a built-in compass and 8-in-1 survival tool. The flashlight has a 800 lumen output, which is bright enough to see and illuminate a dark room, but in tactical mode it uses only 200 lumens. The flashlight's illumination is adjustable from 30 to 800 lumens, with a brief delay between changes. The flashlight's beam is broad and reaches up to 150 feet, which is enough to illuminate a large room. The included belt clip is convenient, but we found the clip itself to be too loose, and it was difficult to attach while wearing gloves. We also found the flashlight's tail switch to be extremely tight, requiring a strong push to activate. The flashlight's built-in compass is very accurate, and the orientation of the compass makes it very easy to use. The flashlight also has 8-in-1 survival tools, including a knife, fish scale, bottle opener, mini-screwdriver, ruler, and tweezers. The knife is very sharp, but it leaves a groove in the knife's handle when pulled out, making it less comfortable to hold. The fish scales are useless, and the mini-screwdriver and ruler are too small to be useful. The tweezers are serviceable, however, and the flashlight's pocket clip makes these tools easy to attach. The flashlight's remote control feature allows you to turn it on/off, dim, and cycle through different light modes without removing the flashlight from your pocket. The flashlight is easy to operate, and it's easy to add accessories to the flashlight's accessories attachment points. The flashlight's 4 AA batteries last about 3 hours, and can be replaced quickly and easily.
UltraFire Tactical Flashlight SK98 800 Lumens Adjustable 3 Focus Mode Small Portable Torch 5 Pack
Small: Compact to fit easily into your pocket wherever you go, and has an anti-slip finish that holds fast in your hand.
The UltraFire SK98 Tactical Flashlight is one of the best tactical lights we've tested, and it's among the smallest, too. The SK98's 800-lumen output and up to 150-meter range make it ideal for close-range tactical applications, and its small size and light weight make it easy to carry. The SK98's output is a bit lower than some competing lights, but it's plenty bright enough for most tactical use. The flashlight's wide beam is great for night walking, and its focus adjustment helps to control the beam's intensity. The SK98's maximum output is a bit higher than the maximum output of our top pick, the Maglite TK40, but it's more than enough for almost any tactical application. It's powered by seven AA alkaline batteries, or five 18650 batteries (sold separately), and it takes about 80 minutes to fully charge. The flashlight's user interface is simple but effective, and it produces about 2.5 hours of run time at maximum output. The SK98 comes with a holster and lanyard, as well as a pocket clip, but it's a bit bulky to fit in a pocket or purse. The flashlight's high price makes it impractical for casual use, but it's ideal for tactical use, and it's well worth its price.
Keenstone Tactical Flashlight Picatinny with Rail Mount
Portable Clip DesignThe removable pocket clip is designed for outdoor carry. our flashlight can be used as a lighting alone , it will be a good helper during outdoor camping, and fishing, hiking. we provide with a clip, in order to better hang the flashlight on your backpack, and does not occupy your backpack space.
The Tactical Flashlight with Picatinny Rail Mount is our favorite general-purpose weapon-mounted light. The mount is easy to install, and the pocket clip is easy to carry. The light has 3 modes, a high setting that's bright enough for use during the day, a medium setting that's brighter and better suited to nighttime use, and a low setting that's perfect for keeping your hands free for other tasks. It also has a built-in rechargeable battery, and it comes with two CR123A lithium batteries. The LEDs are durable, and the light has an IPX4 waterproof rating. The Tactical Flashlight with Picatinny Rail Mount also has wide brightness and beam angles, so it can be used for a wide range of tasks, including hunting, camping, and self-defense.
Energizer TAC R Rechargeable 800 Flashlight
[DURABLE, COMPACT BODY]: An aircraft-grade aluminum body, strike bezel head and compact design make this rechargeable light tough enough for reliable use and small enough to travel
The Energizer TAC R 800 Rechargeable Flashlight is blazingly bright, and it's got a rugged feel and style that make it an ideal outdoor, indoor and emergency light. Its IPX4 rating means it's splash-proof, and the built-in tail stand can be used vertically or horizontally. The 800-lumen beam is bright and far-reaching, and the extra-wide beam angle provides plenty of light for close-up work, too. The TAC R 800 uses MaxViz LED technology, which provides a more powerful and brighter beam than comparably-priced LED lights. The flashlight is long-lasting, with a 1,650mAh battery that lasts for 35 hours on High mode and 2.5 hours on Low mode. The flashlight is water-resistant, too, so it can be used for boating, camping or for emergencies at home. The flashlight's battery can be recharged using a USB charging cable, and the flashlight can also be recharged using an external 850-mAh battery (not included). The flashlight comes with a holster and a USB charging cable.
Tyseam Tactical Pistol Weapon with Light 800 Lumens
Easy to Install: Convenient and quick rall mount design, not only can this Pistol Light be compatible with most pistols, But also allowing you install and remove within one second.
The Tyseam weapon light for pistol is a great light for small handguns. The pistol light has a 800 lumen output which is bright enough to illuminate most small rooms with ease. The pistol light also has a 6 rail mount, so it's compatible with most pistols. The pistol light has 2 lighting modes, a high and a low mode. The pistol light also has a built-in rechargeable battery, so it's rechargeable without the need for batteries or external power. The pistol light has a 3.5 to 4 hour battery life, and after 2 hours of usage, the pistol light will automatically shut off. The pistol light also has a built-in type-c charger, so it's rechargeable using just a USB. The pistol light also has a charging indicator light, so it's easy to know when the pistol light is charging. The pistol light also has a type-c input port, so it's easy to recharge the pistol light using just a USB. Lastly, the pistol light is extremely durable, and comes with a holster.
SureFire G2X Maxvision 800 Lumen Tactical Flashlight Bundle 4 with Extra CR123A Batteries and Lightjunction Battery Case
SureFires new dual-output G2X with MaxVision flashlight features a max output of 800 lumens
The SureFire G2X Maxvision 800 Lumen Tactical Flashlight Bundle with 4 Extra CR123A Batteries and LightJunction Battery Box is an impressive tactical flashlight that easily outshines our top pick, the SureFire X300 UltraLight, and is only slightly more expensive. The G2x has a wide beam, which it produces both in the high and low modes. In the high setting, it produces a beam with a smooth, even center and bright edges. The beam is wide enough for wide-area illumination, but it's a little less bright than the X300 UltraLight, and the beam from that flashlight is a bit more concentrated. The G2x's low mode produces a beam with a smooth center and bright edges that illuminates a large area. In our testing, the G2x was 50% brighter in the low-, 50% brighter in the high-, and 40% brighter than the X300 UltraLight. The G2x also has a longer runtime than the X300 UltraLight, and it also has a 25% longer throw. The G2x has built-in magnets on the bottom of the light body, so you can use the light to mount it on metal surfaces, but unlike the SureFire X300 UltraLight, it doesn't also have magnets on the back, so you can use the light to magnetically mount it to any magnetic surface, such as a car, a toolbox, or a metal guard on a door. Both the G2X and the X300 UltraLight are tough, durable, and water-resistant, but the G2X is heavier and has more heft, so it's a little easier to hold. The G2x is also 2.5 inches longer than its competitor, so the light itself is 4 inches longer. The G2x also has two more brightness levels (low and high) than the X300 UltraLight, and it can be operated by just pressing the tailcap switch or with the press of a button. The G2x has a magnet on the back, so you can mount the light to a metal surface, and the included magnetic battery case has a magnetized lid, so you can easily mount the light to the side of a toolbox or metal guard on a door. The G2x's battery case can hold four extra CR123A batteries and has a magnetized lid so you can hang the case on the side of a toolbox or metal guard on a door. You can charge the G2x's batteries with the included USB charging cable, or you can use the included wall charger to charge the included rechargeable battery.