Titanium Olight S1 Baton Flashlight

Jun 8, 2016

Category: Gear

Too often people defer getting a flashlight because ‘you can just use your phone light’. Sure, you can argue the usual specific points like comparative battery life, lumens, and functionality, or you can just show them the limited edition Titanium Olight S1 Baton and let it speak for itself.

Whether you just want to keep a flashlight in the house in case of power outages, or you work in the evenings and need an easy to carry tool that can light up a room with ease, this pocket light is ideal. Users can click the light on at 7, 75, or 480 lumens, or a .5 lumen moonlight mode and 10Hz strobe. Constructed with a titanium casing, this pocket torch weighs in at only 1.4 ounces, so when you clip it onto your pocket or loop it to a lanyard it won’t weigh you down. Then of course, Olight has included their magnetic flat tail cap for hands free use when you are working in those tight spots. Only 5,000 of these have been made, and you can get one now for $80. [Purchase]

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