Dec 31

Prep Updates: Tactical Flashlights

I just came home from Costco and picked up a Duracell 3 pack of Tactical Flashlights.  The price was right at $14 for the set, this compared to $23 on Amazon (plus shipping).  I’ll now be able to keep a dedicated Tac Light in each of my vehicles, this in addition to lights placed in BOB’s or EDC lights.  Great for quick access to a small handheld light, whether it be changing a tire or investigating suspicious activity at night after exiting a vehicle.

Duracell Tac Light 3 Pack

Duracell Tac Light 3 Pack

I know that Surefire and Streamlight manufacture much better lights as I own both models.  However that in mind I don’t have the cash to plunk down on a 6 pack of $100 -$200 one inch diameter flashlights so that I can have one on every weapon and in every bag/vehicle.  So the Duracell set will have to do for my purposes as the price is definitely right.

You get quite a bit for your money when picking up the pack of Tac Lights

  • Skid-proof design & waterproof design
  • Output bright can come to 250 lumens (MAX)
  • Strobe feature for disorienting or signalling
  • 1 Hour run time at max intensity, 4 hours at low
  • Drop tested to withstand impact from 3.2 ft
  • Aircraft grade anodized aluminum body
  • Lightweight, durable, compact design
  • Corrosion and wear resistant.
  • Includes 3 AAA duracell batteries for each flashlight.

If you are near a Costco I suggest checking out a set of these lights, here are a few more pics which I took upon getting home.

Duracell Tac Light Battery Pack

Duracell Tac Light Battery Pack

Duracell Tac Light on High

Duracell Tac Light on High




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    • The Maj on December 31, 2013 at 10:14 PM
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    Unfortunately, I am not near a COSTCO or I would probably pick up a pack or two. They look pretty good and the price is definitely right.

      • PJ on December 31, 2013 at 10:47 PM
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      Here’s a 4 pack of 500 Lumen lights online. These were a bit larger than what I wanted which is why I went with the smaller model.

    • chad on March 12, 2014 at 11:45 AM
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    I saw these I was wondering about them. I guess I will go back and get them 🙂 thanks.

      • PJ on March 13, 2014 at 6:17 AM
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      You’ll really like them, great for vehicle lights or just extras around the house.

    • J. Lokey on March 13, 2014 at 4:30 PM
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    I’ve been stocking up on Cree 7W 300 Lumen Mini LEDs…for under $5 on Amazon, these little power packs blew me away and I haven’t found anything that beats the price to power ratio. Durability? Bult like a tank.

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