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Some GREAT Hi-Tech features on this 80 Lumen Tac Light.
It is kinda pricey though.
Take A Look!
CLICK HERE TO SWITCH ON THE GLADIUS LIGHT!

The Gladius
This essential tactical illumination tool was designed for our modern day warriors.

BlackHawk and Night-Ops have created a flashlight with incredible durability, output and features. Buy it for the looks, buy it for the name, but if you’re serious, buy it because it is a true fighting tool.


State of the art features include:


• Digital Intelligence: Multiple Modes
-Channel 1: Momentary
Use this to shine the full power of the Gladius on any threat.
-Channel 2: Strobe
This setting is deployed when the operator wishes to close the gap or disorient threats.
-Channel 3: Constant On / Adjustable
Programmable feature allows you to set the Gladius to turn on at any level of brightness and
adjust the light output levels.


The Gladius can be set to turn on at full power and dim while the push-button tailcap is pressed. It can also be set at minimal power then brighten to your desired level. These functions allow you to use the full power to blind and disorient a threat or the lower settings to see without squinting in confined areas.


Other Features include:
•Length 6.23" / Weight 6.63 oz.
•Bezel diameter 1.25" / Body diameter 1"
•Waterproof to 50 meters
•Contact Free Switching – no contacts to wear out
•Auto Temperature Control prevents battery drain and burnout
•Low Battery Indication let’s you know when you need new CR123s
•Exceptionally Hard Liquid Ceramic Coating Finish
•Maximum Hotspot Reflector for downrange illumination while still giving a good spread
•UCL Glass: The Ultra Clear Lens protects the reflector, transmitting 99% of the light output
Runtime:
• Up to 90 minutes @ full output (80+ Lumens)
• 400+ hours @ lowest setting (approximately .8 Lumens)


Need to secure your new Gladius to a weapon? See the GG&G Mounting Options for more information.
 

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GREAT! - Tangle Keep Us Posted.

Me Personally...I am not able to look at an 80 lumen light.
My eyes are very light sensitive.
Less than 80 lumens would still probably be blinding to me especially at night.
I wear dark sunglasses even on a cloudy day. :cool:
 

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TwoRavens - Tangle

Looking forward to hearing from somebody that is actually using one. That will be great hearing from you.

And...Thanks Much! for your worthwhile addition Tangle. :smile:
 
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