DLP Tactical Emergency Helmet Mounted Strobe Marker Light
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- Emergency helmet-mounted IFF marker light with constant-on and strobe modes
- Lasts up to 120 hours continuous use, far longer and lower profile than chemical lights
- Velcro backed flexible polymer housing for attaching to tactical helmets ((MICH / ACH / OPS-Core FAST / Teamy Wendy Exfil / Crye AirFrame, etc.) or any other velcro surface, or light unit can be removed from housing and tucked into MOLLE webbing
- Fully sealed against the elements, completely waterproof
- Proudly made by DLP Tactical
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A simple and intuitive alternative to chemical light sticks. One button to cycle through the preset functions, keeps it simple. Fully encapsulated to ruggedize the electronics, the flexible silicone body not only protects the good stuff inside but also conforms to curved surfaces. Mounting is made simple with the Velcro-backed attachment system. Weighing in at a mere 0.8 ounces, it’s an unnoticeable addition to your helmet during routine operations and low-profile enough to reduce snag hazards during airborne operations. Use it in the field, at home or abroad; or slip it into PALS webbing.
Color: Black | Lens Color: Purple
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The polymer Velcro holder on the S&S feels a little thicker, but the DLP seems plenty rugged enough. I think the Velcro on the DLP may actually be better. Both have a little cord hole and the DLP comes with a lanyard so you can wear it around your neck or spin it over your head as a beacon (great for tactical raving I guess).
As for the lights themselves, both are fully encapsulated, there ain’t no water getting in there ever. The sides of the DLP strobe has gripping ridges molded into it (for her pleasure!) so it won't slip out of your hand when wet, so that's a plus over the S&S. The LED’s seem equally bright and the batteries are rated for 120 hours in constant mode for each, longer if you put in on blinking mode. The S&S activation button feels a little more “clicky” (might just be my imagination trying to justify the higher price) but the DLP button is easy to manipulate and positive nonetheless.
Durability? Honestly, it’s an LED, a battery, and a power button in a jelly case. Not too hard to make that Seal Team 6 proof, so I’m not worried about it holding up for the abuse I’m likely to give it. The S&S strobe is meant to be disposable anyway so I’m not too bothered, the lower price per runtime hour made the DLP the better buy so I was willing to take the chance. That’s just my opinion, mall ninjas need to decide for themselves if it’s worth the extra money for the little clockwork gear logo…