Long Term Testing Results | Police Flashlights

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Today we talk about the newest body armor testing results along with long term testing of the thrunight tc20, nitecore MH12GTS, terralux tt-5, olight pl-2 rl, and power tac E5 with thrym switchback. Some surprising and not so surprising results…. Plus audience q and a.

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21 thoughts on “Long Term Testing Results | Police Flashlights

  1. Thrunite lights are usually pretty good. I think Fenix and Olight are a step above but Thrunite is also known for quality. Thrunite has amazing customer service to and will replace the light free of charge if it fails within two years. Anything after two years is maintenance. Contact them, you will be glad you did.

  2. Like your vids man.
    FYI I recently learned that flashing a tactical light or strobe mode on persons who suffer form seizures can induce a seizures. Also learned that some folks who are more sensitive than others can get permanent eye damage. 🤷🏻‍♂️

  3. Have you checked out Fenix Light Company? I've carried their PD35 as an EDC light for about 6 years now. It's an older 750 lumen model, the 2019 models are 1000 lumen. I've given the newer ones as gifts. Love their stuff.

  4. Bought an A1 right after you made that video and have been using it daily as an EDC and backup duty light.

    Absolutely love it for all the reasons you gave!

    Wish there was a version with just a bit more heft for full on duty purposes. My main duty light is a Pelican 7080, so most other lights feel small and flimsy by comparison.

    Keep up your success brother!

  5. Please keep the long term reviews I definately like this one. I also found light that is intrinsically safe. It has the momentary switch on the back. It is a Streamlight. HAZ-LO version. It is a 2 AAA battery light. I appreciate the information. That you provide to the industry.

  6. You mentioned pressure switches or tape switches. If you're able, check out the Cloud Defensive Light Control System (LCS). You can connect the LCS to a Surefire Scout or Streamlight rifle light and it tucks away the cords and the pressure switches are far more durable! Let me know whatcha think!

  7. The bump on the Thyrm isn't for combat. It's leverage for a momentary endcap activation, allowing pistol use with a separate flashlight. Have you tried it that way?

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