NovaTac Storm LED Flashlight

What Man Doesn’t Like Bright And Shiny? The advent of LED bulbs has been kind to the EDC (every day carry) flashlight industry.

What Man Doesn’t Like Bright And Shiny?

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The advent of LED bulbs has been kind to the EDC (every day carry) flashlight industry. Suddenly, you’ve got hundreds of lumens of lighting goodness in a device smaller than the palm of your hand. I keep one in my desk at work, in the glove compartment of my car, in the kitchen drawer, and one in my pitch black closet (no thanks to New York architecture).

The NovaTac Storm is a virtually indestructible flashlight encased in Type III anodized aerospace aluminum compact that runs up to 178 hours on a single CR123 battery. You can switch between three output levels (.3, 10, or 120 lumens) and a customizable setting that’s defaulted to an emergency strobe output. It sizes in at 3.3 inches and is submersible down to 66 feet. Yes, it’s perfect for your next camping trip, offshore rescue, or just looking for those damn socks.

Cost: $90

Also See: Leatherman Serac LED Flashlight | Surefire L1 LumaMax

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