The BVL-160 flashlight offers an impressive 160 lumens maximum output. Hit the sealed rubber tailcap switch repeatedly to cycle through its four output modes: momentary on, constant-on high beam, constant-on low beam, and slow strobe.
The BVL-160 flashlight has a sophisticated electronic power management system that delivers maximum output for up to 2 hours, then backs down the output to give you up to 24 hours of usable light from one set of batteries. It even reduces the power if it senses the light is overheating.
The BVL-160 is a compact light that fits comfortably in the hand, yet is super-bright, with an ultra-reliable, shockproof, LED “emitter,” rather than a traditional light bulb with a filament that’s easily broken on impact or under recoil when mounted on a gun. It’s a rugged, machined aluminum body that’s 1″ wide, so it will fit a lot of popular gun mounts, and O-ring sealed to make it waterproof.
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