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POCKET LIGHTS
Our line of small EDC pocket flashlights are built to a higher standard from the machining to the fit and finish, this also extends to the electronics used in the torch. We endeavor to make a product that is superior to any other flashlight on the market, even when compared to a completely custom made flashlight. All our flashlights are made to be used with rechargeable Li-Ion or IMR batteries for the most powerful output and economy of feeding the units. The torches are not just another pretty face they are made to be used on a daily basis under harsh situations if this is called for, and all our torches are backed by a lifetime warranty.



The Nano-Lux 10280 is a tiny N-cell sized (10280 Li-Ion) mule that uses a Cree XPG-2 LED. A mule is a flashlight without an optic so it can produce a very wide beam with perfectly even illumination. The torch produces about 350+ Lumens of light.

The Nano-Lux 10280 is a tiny N-cell sized (10280 Li-Ion) mule that uses a Nichia 219B LED. A mule is a flashlight without an optic so it can produce a very wide beam with perfectly even illumination. This LED is a 90+ on the CRI scale for a natural color rendition. The torch produces about 350 Lumens of light.

The Nano-Lux 10440 is a small AAA-cell sized mule that uses the new Cree XPL LED. A mule is a flashlight without an optic so it can produce a very wide beam with perfectly even illumination. The torch produces 750+ lumens of light

The Micro-Lux is a small N-cell sized (10280 Li-Ion) unit that uses a Rebel ES LED and are offered in a direct drive model and a regulated version. The torch has a maximum output of 275 lumens in the direct drive model.

The Micro-Lux Dragon 10440 is a small AAA-cell sized flashlight that uses the Cree XPL-HI LED. The torch produces about 1,000 lumens of light with a nice medium long throw, which is very good for this small of head and optic .

The Micro-Lux Turbo 10440 is a small AAA-cell sized flashlight that uses the Cree XM-L2 LED. The torch produces about 750+ lumens of light with a nice medium long throw, which is very good for a keychain size unit.

The Extreme Micro 15270 is a small CR2 sized, mule that uses the new Cree XPL LED. A mule is a unit without an optic which produces a very wide beam with no hot spot. The unit produces about 750+ lumens of light.

The Extreme Micro Turbo 15270 is a small CR2 sized, pocket torch that uses the new Cree XPL LED. The flashlight uses a small custom reflector which produces a medium throw. The unit produces about 750+ lumens of light.

The Extreme Micro Dragon 15270 is a small CR2 sized, mule that uses the new Cree XPL-HI LED. A mule is a unit without an optic which produces a very wide beam with no hot spot. The unit produces about 950+ lumens of light.

The Extreme Micro Turbo Dragon 15270 is a small CR2 sized, pocket torch that uses the new Cree XPL-HI LED. The flashlight uses a 15mm custom reflector which produces a medium throw. The unit produces about 1,000+ lumens of light.

The Ultra-Lux 14500 is a small AA sized, pocket torch that uses the new Cree XPL LED. The flashlight uses a small custom reflector which produces a medium long throw. The unit produces about 750+ lumens of light.

The Ultra-Lux 18350 uses a single XM-L2 LED with the power supplied by one 18350 Li-Ion 3.7 volt battery. The Ultra-Lux uses a McClicky tail switch. The unit produces about 750+ lumens of light with a short to medium throw.

The Ultra-Lux 18350 Turbo XP uses a single XPL-HI LED with the power supplied by one 18350 IMR 3.7 volt battery. The Ultra-Lux uses a McClicky tail switch. The unit produces about 1,350 lumens of light with a medium to long throw.

The Ultra-Lux 18350 triple uses 3 XPG-2 LEDs with the power supplied by one 18350 IMR 3.7 volt battery. The Ultra-Lux uses a McClicky tail switch. The unit produces about 1,250 lumens of light with a medium wide throw.

The Ultra-Lux 18350 triple turbo uses 3 XP-L HI LEDs with the power supplied by one 18350 IMR 3.7 volt battery. The Ultra-Lux uses a McClicky tail switch. The unit produces about 2,000 lumens of light with a medium wide throw.

The Ultra-Lux 18350 triple uses 3 Nichia 219B LEDs with the power supplied by one 18350 IMR 3.7 volt battery. The Ultra-Lux uses a McClicky tail switch. This LED is a 90+ on the CRI scale for a natural color rendition. The unit produces about 1,000 lumens of light with a medium wide throw.





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