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5.11 Tactical Light for Life

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Thursday, May 28, 2009


A capacitor is an electronic component that almost every EMS worker is familiar with, whether you know it or not. ItÌs what makes that distinct whine as your defibrillator or AED charges. The Light for Life from 5.11 Tactical takes this technology to a whole new level. The ultracapacitor-driven, no-batteries-required flashlight recharges in 90 seconds to provide 90 minutes of illuminationÛperfect for an MCI or long-lasting incident. Better yet, the Light for Life will recharge and hold its charge 50,000 times. You may never need to replace your flashlight again.

VITALS

Modes: Standard (90 lumens), peak (270 lumens), strobe, standby

Size: 11.5"

Weight: 16 oz.

Cost: $169.99

866/451-1726

www.511tactical.com




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