Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/StrobeBlue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe
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  • Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe
  • Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe
  • Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe
  • Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe
  • Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe

Blue Dot 198HLS Torch (2 cell) Hi/Lo/Strobe

CODE: 94922785459

RRP: £150.00  

£120.00

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Brite-Strike® “Tactical Blue-Dot™” tactical LED flashlights were designed by police officers for police officers.

The body is CNC machine milled from a single billet of high grade aerospace aluminum.

The proprietary black anodized finish exceeds Mil Spec class two type III.

The unique tri-sided body is more ergonomic for better gripping.

The front crenelated strike crown is blunted and the rear crown is more aggressive for maximum effectiveness in applying pressure point control techniques.

The pocket clip is specifically designed for line officers and is reversed from other tactical lights.

The clip features a greater clearance for lighting fast draws from either a BDU pocket, duty belt, or six pocket police pant.

It also allows for quick mounting on a uniform epaulet, and quick removal when needed.

The beam is a brilliant white light with a wider “spread” for a flood effect, which illuminates the entire area of a vehicle on a motor vehicle stop.

 

Specifications:

Max Output: Up to 310 lumens/ Lo 170 Lumens

Runtime: Hi - (2.5 hours) Lo - (4.5 hours) Strobe - (3 hours)

Battery: Two 123A Lithium (included)

Length: 5 inches

 

HLS Switch:

The patented hi-tech HLS (Hi/Lo/Strobe) Tactical Touch® switch design allows the operator to turn the light on with a full click. From there the user can rapidly and silently move to low, then strobe, with just a slight press of the switch.

The switch has six chips to perform these functions, and is protected from damage by being slightly recessed within the crenelated crown.

As today’s LEDs are nearly indestructible, it is the chips in the light and end cap that are prone to damage causing a light to fail.

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