ZEROHOUR RELIC XR Tactical Flashlight

Jan 22, 2015

Category: Tech

We’re not sure how much to expect from a flashlight, but the ZEROHOUR RELIC XR seems to feature just about everything one could reasonably ask for.

Weighing in at six inches and six ounces, this tactical flashlight is made from aircraft aluminum and shines like the Dickens, reaching a 1,000 lumen output and featuring a variable control ring that lets you choose a brightness level from 0 to 1000 lumens, as well as the option to click into XR’s preset modes (10 lumens, 1000 lumens, Strobe, and SOS). The XR also solves your smartphone charging problems too with its 3400mAh lithium-ion battery which promises to deliver at least a full charge. Plus the whole thing is waterproof, with the center ring untwisting for easy access to the 1 amp port to charge your devices and micro-USB port to charge the XR. [Purchase]

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