The LazerBrite Single Mode Unit in military packaging.
This contains the LazerBrite multi-lux tactical flashlight. This light has two modular lighting heads that come in low-high-flash modes. The LazerBrite is available in six colors, as well as infrared. The batteries are already loaded, so this LED light is ready for instant use. It is a waterproof light, and is an essential piece of hiking or camping gear, and can be used as a military flashlight as well as a marker light.
This kit includes extra batteries, a long and short glow dome, a short tube, a threaded loop, and a helix attachment loop. The batteries have a ten-year shelf life and the light itself can last continuously for several days. The glow domes can be screwed into the top of the flashlight heads to create an LED lantern. The threaded loop and helix attachment loop can be use to tie the LazerBrite heads to various objects, such as bike handlebars, walking sticks, tree branches, and can even keep it suspended inside a tent.
The LazerBrite is made in the USA, is eco-friendly, and makes a good replacement for glowsticks, lanterns, and more. The LazerBrite is a waterproof light, lightweight and durable, and is perfect for emergency situations, hiking, and for military or law enforcement use.
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Posted by James OGrady on 24th Oct 2015
I work with Chicago PD. My son turned me on to lazerbrite coming back from Iraq. I bought infrared, red, blue and white with the tubes and caps. I keep one in my squad car kit. Easy to see into the kit and to read reports without a bright dome light illuminating me in the car. I keep one by the nightstand. I use it to get around the house without turning every light. I use the same one when dog walking. Easy to spot what needs to be picked up and I cal hook it on the dogs collar or leash for added protection. I also have red and white for my bike. Everyone sees the red on the rear and the white on the front. The flashing mode seems to be the best to alert car drivers. Easy on easy off so it isn't messed with if you leave your bike unattended for awhile.
I'll bet you can think of a lot more ways to use these great little lights.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2015
Ive used this light in both Iraq and Afghanistan. It is an awsome product and after 5 years It was lost. It replaced all the chem lights I had to carry and was the only IR lighting system that didnt get damaged when attatched to our antennas before the magnetic mounts were made to mark vehicals due to heavy dust durring night ops. I will be purchasing the LZ kit!
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