|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 1.2 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||LG21-70001-BLA|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||80 lm|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Guaranty (Excludes batteries & bulbs) For repair or replacement, email email@example.com.|
Life Gear LG21-70001-BLA Highland LED Tactical Flashlight with Red Tail Emergency Flasher, 80-Lumens
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- Cree LED bulbs with a lifespan of over 10,000 hours
- 80 lumen light has 3 main light modes: high, low, and strobe
- Red tail emergency flasher and glow mode
- Water and weather resistant
- Requires 1 AA battery (not included)
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See clearly in the dark--and be ready for emergency situations--with this Highland tactical flashlight from Life+Gear. The flashlight features CREE LEDs that are exceptionally bright and deliver a lifespan of at least 10,000 hours. The main light offers high, low, and strobe modes, while the red emergency light on the handle can be set to glow or flash. A rugged aluminum construction makes this suitable for law enforcement. Life+Gear's Highland flashlights are available in five sizes: 80 lumens, 200 lumens, 400 lumens, 700 lumens, and 1,000 lumens.
The Highland's main light offers three modes--high, low, and strobe--while the red emergency light on the handle can be set to glow or flash (click each to enlarge).
Life+Gear Highland flashlights are equipped with bright CREE LEDs that offer a minimum lifespan of 10,000 hours. The flashlight's main light projects a long-range beam and has three modes: high, low, and strobe. A red emergency light on the other end of the flashlight is powered by separate button cell batteries (included) and can be set to glow mode and used like a flare or set to flasher mode and used like a beacon. The button cell batteries are made to last up to 200 hours in flasher mode.
Durable Construction and Torch-Head Design
The Highland flashlight is made of heavy-duty, aircraft-grade hardened aluminum--making it suitable for law enforcement--and has a shatterproof, impact-resistant lens and an anti-slip, die-cast grip. It's also water- and weather-resistant. The torch-head design makes the flashlight rugged enough to be used for self-defense or emergency window-breaking.
Life+Gear invents, manufactures, and markets products with life-saving features for everyday use. Its proprietary products are durable and environmentally friendly. You'll feel more secure about protecting yourself and your family, wherever you go, with Life+Gear's wide variety of emergency and disaster preparedness products and kits.
What's in the Box
Highland LED tactical flashlight and button cell batteries.
|The Highland flashlight projects a long-range beam to help you see clearly in the dark (click each to enlarge).|
Top Customer Reviews
Produces nice even light.
It takes size "C" batteries for longer run time.
Fairly well constructed out of machined aluminum.
Very large and heavy , could be used as a weapon.
Not as bright as it could be in the center because you cannot focus the beam.
Solid metal heavy name plate on case. why?
Separate button batteries for flasher, which is not very bright.
Very large and heavy. (see pros)
Can't find specifications anywhere.
My LifeGear LG454 1000-Luman flashlight just arrived today. I've been looking forward to it for weeks.
I typically use the Techlite XPG-R4 250-Lumen LED flashlights from Costco that comes in a 3-pack for under twenty dollars. I also just bought the Coast HP550 1000-Lumen Focusing LED Light from Costco that just appeared on store shelves a couple weeks ago. It cost half as much (49 bucks) as this light and it was not on sale (about one third if you consider 139 bucks for the LG454). Both of those lights use AA batteries, 3 in the XPG-R4 and 9 in the HP550.
I went outside with all 3 flashlights. All had brand new batteries. At first I tested the long range of the XPG-R4 & HP550 against a row of trees roughly 120 yards away. Both lights lit up the trees, with the HP550 appearing about three times as bright as the XPG-R4, which lit them nicely. Then I tried the imposing LG454. The overall amount of light immediately seemed less than the HP550, but it had a nice wide beam with no noticeable center spot. I then switched back to the less expensive 1000 lumen HP550 and compared them side by side. The LG454 was noticeably dimmer in the center. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either.Read more ›
The benefit that these flashlights use commonly available C & AA batteries cannot be overstated. I've had a $40 Smith & Wesson compact flashlight that uses a more specialized battery, which costs over $10 each battery. So, beware of flashlights that use specialized batteries.
I will be putting the 700 underneath the bed for both emergency lighting and even self-defense because it feels like a police baton on steroid. Also, I read it somewhere that when in strobe mode, it can blind or disorient an attacker.
The 400 one is just the right size for frequent use. Comfortable to hold in hand firmly and it's almost as bright as the 700. Finally, the two 80 lumen ones are good to store a car's glove compartment. I do think the size of 80 is a bit large for it only takes one AA battery. It can be a bit smaller.
Finally it's dark and I played with these flashlights. I eyeballed the brightness of 400 at about 70% or 80% of the 700. BTW, I don't think the visual perception of brightness rating is linear. So, don't expect a 800 lumen to be twice as bright as the 400 lumen. My other $5 flashlight with 150 lumen looks (visual perception) about 50% as bright as the 700. So, before you spend $100+ to buy a 700 lumen flashlight, keep this in mind.
On a side note, I am really disappointed by what appears to be multiple dishonest reviews (there are several reviews by people who have only reviewed items made by this manufacturer over a short period of time). Real fishy and unethical if what I am suspecting is happening. In any case, I returned the item for the reasons explained in the first paragraph and don't plan to buy Life Gear products until I see more reviews from real customers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's like just like what others have been saying a out this product. It lastfor quite a long time. I use rechargeable batteries and had it charged over at least 6 months and I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Au
The 700 lumen flashlight was bright and seems well built, but quit working all of a sudden. New batteries did nothing, the flashlight was stored inside in a dry place, no corrosion... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Krashed
I bought the three flashlight combo. They seem to be well constructed and have a bright light, however the small and medium ones have an intermittent flicker, where they will go... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marketing Guy
Powerful flashlight. It was highlighted on a local TV station as a best buy with great beam. As advertised. Well worth the moneyPublished 11 months ago by Michael Rosendahl