You Need A Tactical Flashlight, And This One Is Over $150 Off

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You never know when you will need a tactical flashlight. You would be best prepared by owning several, keeping a few in your house, one in each of your vehicles, and one or more with your camping equipment.

Whether you need another or just want to give someone one for Christmas, now is the time to do it. This Streamlight flashlight is over $150 off. Like all good tactical flashlights, it offers three intensity modes plus strobe. The LED technology promises a 50,000 hour lifetime. And of course it is shockproof and waterproof.

Normally $273, this rechargeable flashlight is 57 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $273, this tactical flashlight is 57 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Streamlight 75458 Stinger DS LED High Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight with 120-Volt AC/12-Volt DC Piggyback Charger – 800 Lumens on sale for $116.39

Why invest in a Streamlight Stinger? Check out “Why Heroes Like Streamlight”:

Why Heroes Trust Streamlight:

It all comes down to performance. Period. People who depend on their flashlights, often for their lives, need to be able to count on that flashlight to work. Every time. When it’s freezing cold, scorching hot, desert dry, or rainforest humid. When it’s been beat up, abused, dropped in water, or left in icy snow. They need to know that their flashlight will deliver the light they need for the task at hand.

Whether it’s lighting up a whole room, throwing a beam way down a path or up to the sky, or reading a map without being seen. When size and run time are also part of the performance, people know they can trust Streamlight to shine brighter, work better, and last longer.

It all comes down to performance.

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