Brite-Strike EPLI Executive Precision Lighting Instrument

The EPLI Executive Precision Lighting Instrument is a sleek flashlight made of aircraft aluminum alloy, brass and stainless steel that looks more like a fine pen than a tactical flashlight. While it’s lightweight and attractive enough to wear in a suit jacket or put inside your attaché case, it packs a 220 lumen punch of bright, white light which is strong enough to dazzle an aggressor. Features include a strobe setting for use as a beacon and a low (110 lumen) setting that’s perfect for reading a map or menu.

Brite-Strike EPLI Executive Precision Lighting Instrument Features:
• Lamp Type: CREE LED
• Max Output: 220 lumens, with 110 lumen low setting and strobe
• Construction: Aluminum alloy, stainless steel, brass
• Waterproofing: No
• Finish: Graphite anodized
• Battery: Two AAA Alkaline (included)
• Length: 5.125 inches (130.1 mm)
• Runtime: Hi-(1.5 Hours) Lo-(8+) Strobe-(2 Hours)
• Gift Box (included)

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Executive Precision Lighting Instrument

While our Tactical Blue-Dot™ is the perfect tool for duty and combat, we decided that we needed a tactical light better suited to the conference room, so we developed the EPLI™ Executive Precision Lighting Instrument.

The EPLI™ is a slim and sleek tactical light made of high grade aircraft aluminum with a graphite anodized finish. The Bezel is polished stainless steel and brass, it looks more like a fine writing instrument than a tactical flashlight. Don’t let this elegant exterior fool you.

The EPLI™ uses the latest Cree LED with state of the art, digital power management to deliver maximum power and run time out of two AAA batteries. The EPLI™ has a special highly polished steel reflector that is much more narrow and deep than our other lights. The design produces a brilliant, 220 lumen color tuned beam that closely approximates natural daylight. The low setting at 110 lumens is perfect for reading a menu in a dark restaurant and the third setting is a dazzling 220 lumen strobe which can distract and disorient an attacker.

The new EPLI™ is the perfect tool for the warrior who’s battlefield is the board room.