A warfighter in one of the world’s most dangerous regions. A law enforcement officer on a late-night traffic stop. A home-owner who wants to protect his family at night. A hunter who needs both hands free to safely climb into his tree stand or defend himself against a wounded animal. They all have one thing in common: the need for a dependable light that cuts through the darkness and identifies threats.
But for years, they’ve all been bogged down by lighting tools that were clumsy and hard to handle, at best – and, at worst, downright unsafe and unreliable.