The new Pentagonlight Molle Light Desert flashlight has been talked about for a while and has been advertised in gun and outdoor magazines for quite some time. It’s here now. The little bugger fits in a single molle strap on a vest, or just as easily on a belt or pocket. It has an angled head that directs light forward instead of up or down. The spring steel clip can be rotated 360 degrees to position the light in any direction. This superb quality little flashlight has a run time of about 5 hours with a 1/2 watt LED giving 25 lumens of continuous light. The power switch is on the top of the unit for easy access. The Pentagonlight optional compass built into the body is currently included at no charge, as is the red filter for easier viewing in certain circumstances. The whole light weighs in a 1.5 ounces. A lanyard may also be easily attached.
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