New Military Flashlight You Needs to Know About

You know, that exasperating feeling when you turn on an old flashlight, only to discover it’s foggy bulb can barely light the way to the bathroom, let alone down a dark hallway or country road in an emergency.

The truth is, most people underestimate the importance of owning a great flashlight for their home, car or boat.

Ask any fireman, police officer, military man, survivalist or hunter and they’ll tell you how critical it is for them to have a flashlight at their disposal at all times. And for them, not just any flashlight will do. Those clunky plastic halogen flashlights that require C or D batteries are practically worthless — they’re just too heavy, too dim, and too easily broken.

Thankfully, recent advancements in lighting technology have taken flashlights to the next level. Compact LEDs have led to smaller flashlights that put out more light while using a fraction of the energy their old-fashioned counterparts use. But before you run out to Home Depot to buy any old LED flashlight, you need to know about a new tactical flashlight called the G700, which uses recently released military technology now available to the public.

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Made out of nearly indestructible Machined Aircraft Aluminim, the G700 runs on 3 AAA batteries and is able to light the way to safety with 700 blinding lumens of light. It also houses a super cool ZOOM feature (demonstrated in the photo above), an “SOS mode” to signal for help, as well as a “strobe mode” that produces a pulsating frequency to disorient a threat within milliseconds!

One well known Navy Seal says it’s the #1 Tool everyone should own as it could be a lifesaver during a natural disaster –literally!

Massive orders are coming in from Police Departments, Fire Departments, and Armed Forces, and the National Gun Owners Association just announced a whopping 75% discount on G700’s for new customers (including the general public) while supplies last.

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