The Pak-Lite is the ultimate lightweight, high run time LED light. Billed as the "Ultimate Survival LED Flashlight" this little unit really performs. It runs up to 600 hours from a single 9V alkaline battery on low and 75 hours on high.
This is the best value in an LED flashlight we have seen, below $100. It is extremely light, fits in your shirt pocket, takes readily available batteries - a perfect gift idea too. Currently in use with the US Military.
Who wants to carry around a big, heavy flashlight? This is "light as a feather" and weighs only 62 grains, which is about 1/3 the weight of a 175 Sierra bullet. It also takes ordinary 9v batteries, not hard to find and much less expensive lithium batteries.
We're certain you'll "see the light" on this great piece of gear.
- Super bright white LEDs, (see optional color selections for special applications).
- Comes with a Duracell alkaline battery ($5 value) and fits any 9V replacement battery.
- LEDs are rated at 100,000 hours of run time.
- High/low/off mode with a recessed, gold-plated switch. Will last for 100,000 throws and won't corrode when exposed to the elements. super durable and submersible.
- Meets mil-specs, currently used by the US Air Force.
- 100% USA Made by the dedicated folks at Crosstac.
Sufficient light for most activities
Posted by Pacific Northwest on 21st Dec 2014
For everyday carry can't beat the size.
Low power provides as much light as a good sized candle. Recently used in a power outage to locate candles and check on animals.
The optional carry case holds tight, works well. It can be removed by pinching the end and squeezing the battery out. It did not come with the pictured clamp but I was skeptical of the clamps holding power anyway.
(It should have come with the clamp - shoot us an email and we'll get one out to you immediately)
Very Convenient Item
Posted by Elton on 25th Aug 2014
My wife and I were given these, (along with the holder), for Christmas last year, and we use these lights all of the time. When our electricity went off a few months ago, we just clipped them on the upper portion of our shirt to see how to move around the house. It's a very handy little light to have around, and it isn't much bigger than the 9V battery that powers it. I've used it clipped on my collar when going to the deer-stand early in the morning. Once you have one, you will use it. And, Crosstac are a great bunch of folks that we have purchased a number of their items.