The Official Pocket Flashlight Of The Savannah Arsenal Project.
I have several friends who have carried these lights as part of their EDC for years. They are small and compact, but produce a great deal of light for life’s every day emergencies.
I and many fellow aircrew keep these lights clipped to our ID lanyards for quick access. They are small, lightweight, and barely noticeable when hanging from your neck, and yet are bright enough to preflight a medium size aircraft and perform nighttime cockpit duties. If you only need a tiny bit of light, such as when reading a map or navigation chart, it is very easy to hold your hand around the lens to limit light output while pushing the button on the end cap with your thumb.
Keep an extra AAA battery with your gear. These lights will use every bit of electricity from its battery while providing maximum light output, and then die without warning. You can change out the battery in less than 30 seconds.
- Uses one AAA alkaline battery.
- 45 Lumens for 2.25 hours.
- Attaches to the bill of a baseball cap for hands free use.
- Easily hangs from an ID lanyard.
- Fits in an Altoids can type pocket survival kit.
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