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This Tactical Flashlight Is A Must-Have For Survival

In today’s day and age, a tactical flashlight is a must-have to survive. Tactical flashlights are used by our nation’s heroes, such a first responders, military, police and search and rescue teams. They are ultra-bright, compact, lightweight and made to last. They are perfect for hunting, camping or any other activity in which you may find yourself need to navigate in the dark. If you’re smart, you will always have one handy – keep one in your car and one on your person, at the very least.

When it comes to picking out a tactical flashlight, you need to know about the TC1200. Powered by an American-made Cree LED – at 1200 lumens, the most powerful single LED on the market – this light can extend for up to two nauticul miles. It features five modes: High, Medium, Low, SOS and Strobe. The best part is that it is made out of durable aircraft-grade aluminum, the same military-grade metal they use to make figher jets.

If you buy in a bundle, these can be yours for as low as $29 each (Photo via 1TAC)

If you buy in a bundle, these can be yours for as low as $29 each (Photo via 1TAC)

TC1200 Tactical Flashlight — $56

This flashlight is tough to the limit: “Run over by a truck, dropped in boiling water, set on fire and even sent to SPACE (111k ft) The TC1200 tactical flashlight is built to last and operate at peak performance in the most extreme conditions.” You NEVER want your flashlight to abandon you when you might need it most, and the TC1200 simply won’t. And considering it is 25 times brighter than normal flashlights – literally blinding light – it could get you out of more than a few dangerous situations. Don’t be caught unprepared, get your TC1200 today.

Photo via 1TAC

Photo via 1TAC

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