If you ever had the need to own a flashlight that will throw a beam to the other side of a large garden, but also fit into your smallest pocket, JOEL DORFAN has found the answer…
Open the box, insert the supplied batteries and you are ready to shine.
Yes. Some of the models have click tail cap switches, while others have momentary switches. They all have the lock-out feature mentioned above, and are not hard to use or understand.
Yes. There is a lot of hype in the flashlight industry about light output, but Surefire have a reputation for making honest and accurate claims about their products. The compactness, ruggedness and beam quality speak for themselves.
No, from the perspective that it¬°¬¶s a set of batteries connected to a globe. Yes, from the perspective that it has unbelievable light output in a tiny, rugged package and its performance is good enough for the US military.
As far as flashlights go, these lights are not cheap and neither is the cost of battery replacement. However, at between R300 and R680 for the products mentioned here, you are getting a great deal of functionality out of a tiny package.
To find out where you can purchase these and other Surefire products please visit http://www.surefiresa.co.za or email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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