Review of Tactical Flashlights


Tactical flashlights are miles ahead of your average flashlight. In fact, “tactical” means that a lot of thought went into the design of the product, which is, apparently, meant for a lot more than simply brightening up the room.  Below discussed reviews on the best tactical flashlights.

 

 

Tactical flashlights are especially built to be sturdier and more useful in emergency, outdoor, or survival situations.“Tactical” implies there is military-styled strategic planning and thoughtful use level of detail that went into its preparation. With a crenellated strike bezel for enhanced self-defense, tactical flashlights like the X800 offer a great and simple way to always be carrying.

 

Flashlights are already solid staples in any emergency kit, but if you want to get the best value out of your money, tactical flashlights provide benefits that outweigh their regular contemporaries, hands down. Depending on the manufacturer, tactical flashlights offer features that range from long-lasting LED lights, extra durable finishes, and even industrial grade aluminum builds.Even the way the flashlight is designed is important; a rugged exterior often makes it easy to use it as a weapon. Many law enforcers use tactical flashlights for this reason.

 

Here are a few tactical flashlights that stand out in today’s market.

 

Solaray Pro ZX-1 Professional Series

Aside the kickass ultra-bright 1200 lumens, the Solaray Pro ZX-1 includes a nifty zoom feature lens, which is activated easily by twisting the flashlight. You then either get a concentrated light beam or a wider one, depending on what you need. Another great feature is the strobe mode, which is a good feature for emergencies. You also don’t need to worry about keeping the flashlight dry while outdoors; it is water-resistant and is made out of aircraft grade aluminum for extra durability.

 

One of the best things about this particular series is its inclusion of three power modes for light. It’s rechargeable (up to five hundred times before you need to replace the batteries), but it helps to have the option of lowering the usage for when battery is running out. On a full charge, the flashlight can be used continuously up to fifteen hours.

 

Extra bonus? The flashlight comes with an extra battery, so you have a second one on hand in case you do run out of power.

Ultra Bright Cree Voidhawk (Law Enforcement Grade)

This tactical flashlight was designed with a specific use in mind; the law enforcement grade makes it an ideal choice for those in that industry, or if you just want that kickass combination of reliability and sturdiness.

 

The Ultra Bright Cree Voidhawk has up to one thousand lumens, which is not as bright compared to other tactical flashlights on the market. But it does have one up on the competition: it provides five light modes to choose from. It is rechargeable as well, and comes with its own recharging pack. This flashlight was meant to live up to law enforcement specifications, and is definitely built to last, with a rugged exterior that won’t have you worrying about dropping it too hard (on land or in water – this flashlight is water-resistant too!)

If you’re used to the kind of flashlight that has its power switch closer to the bulb, you may need to get used to this model’s switch location: on the tail cap. However, this is a minor drawback for what is a pretty decent tactical flashlight.

 

Vizeri VZ230

One of the well-loved advantages of the Vizeri VZ230 is its adaptability. The model comes with a mount feature that allows you to attach it to a bike or weapon (which is great for hunting hobbyists), plus a holster with belt clip for added security.

 

The Vizeri VZ230 steps up its game by boasting waterproof capabilities (as opposed to the water-resistant feature, as other flashlights on the market claim to be). In fact, the VZ230 is IPX7 waterproof-rated, and can be completely submerged in water for up to three feet. It also offers the zoom lens feature, which allows you to specify the width of the beam that the flashlight emits. If you like being able to control your flashlight from a distance, the manufacturer sells an optional remote switch, although this should be purchased separately from the flashlight.

 

Shadowhawk X800

The Shadowhawk X800 clocks in an impressive 100,000 hours of usage, which is a great choice for heavy-duty users, or if you don’t want to worry about running you battery down soon. It runs on 3AAA batteries, which are reachargeable as well.

 

One feature that sets the Shadowhawk apart from other models is the XPE 800 Lumen LED light, which is six times the lighting of your average fluorescent bulb. If you are trying to blind an attacker, this is perfect. The flashlight is waterproof as well, and can be submerged for up to six feet for half an hour.

 

It offers five light modes as well(low, medium, high, strobe, and SOS), plus a telescoping light beam in five different options. (Extra bonus: If you catch them at the right time, manufacturers offer a promo price at 75% off.)