by NRA Staff - Thursday, December 13, 2012
Hunters and Outdoorsmen and women alike can appreciate one of Brite-Strike's latest product releases: the EPLI Illumination Tool (that's tactical for flashlight).
About the size of a normal writing pen, the EPLI (Executive Precision Lighting Instrument) has a downright blinding maximum output of 220 lumens. With a slim and sleek design that's made of high-grade aircraft aluminum, the EPLI combines power and convenience—it'll fit right alongside pens, wallets and whatever else you've got tucked in your pockets during the day.
The high setting, which produces a 220 lumen color beam, closely approximates natural daylight. The low setting is set at 110 lumens and ideal for situations where only a little light is needed. There's also a strobe setting, again at 220 lumen, which can be utilized in self-defense situations.
Maximum Output: 220 Lumens
Runtime: 1.5 hours (high), 8 hours (low), 2 hours (strobe)
Battery: Two AAA Alkaline
For more information, go to Brite-Strike.com.
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