MecArmy Titanium Carabiner Flashlight

Dec 28, 2017

Category: Gear

MecArmy has produced enough gear to solidify them as one of the best everyday carry brands, but that hasn’t stopped them from continuously innovating. Their latest creation? A hybrid of two of the most popular and important pieces of EDC gear – a carabiner flashlight.

The FL10 is built from super lightweight and sturdy TC4 titanium, which is available in both raw and black finishes. Protected by that metal, you’ll find a switch-operated CREE XP-G2 S4 LED flashlight, capable of pumping out up to 360 lumens (across three brightness modes) for up to 6 hours per charge. And yes, like some of their other signature flashlights, this one is USB-rechargeable – giving it an operable lifespan of around 50,000 hours total. It also has some handy secondary features, including a paracord attachment, a box opener, a bottle opener, a flathead screwdriver, a prybar, and more. It can be yours for $130.

Purchase: $130

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