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Tiny Torch: the Pelican 1910

Tiny Torch: the Pelican 1910

I have been a fan of Pelican lights for almost half my life.  I was delighted with the Pelican Steathlight’s power, impact resistance, and waterproof construction back in 1995, when I used to wander around the woods of Valley, Alabama to relax before bed after leaving my third-shift job.  After I became an infantryman, I carried the sturdy, surprisingly bright little L1 as a backup light, only managing to break the L1 after falling nine … Read entire article »

Filed under: Accessories, Reviews, Uncategorized

Pelican: Defining Tough

Pelican: Defining Tough

Pelican makes tough stuff for emergency responders, soldiers, and people who just need hardworking tools.  Their cases are the industry standard for protecting equipment in harsh environments, and they have made terrific waterproof lights for years. One of my first really high quality lights was a Pelican Stealthlight, some 19 years ago, and I have since given friends Pelican lights as gifts.  Even their tiny L1 LED I have used and gifted to first responder … Read entire article »

Filed under: Accessories, SHOT 2013

eGear Pico and Jolt Personal LEDs

eGear Pico and Jolt Personal LEDs

eGear is a company that has been making lights for about fifteen years.  Their Pico is a tiny keychain-sized light that they describe as a “zipper light”.  The Pico has an attached miniature carabiner that can be snapped onto keys or a zipper. I have several friends who are enthusiastic Pico owners, so I bought one from the local Military Clothing and Sales store for $6.95.  The Pico uses four LR41 watch batteries mounted in a carrier. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Accessories, Reviews, Snap Shots