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NIGHT MASTER: The best hunting torch for serious night hunters
Gamekeepers who have bought the new Night Master kit have said that it is the best gun light they have used. In fact, Grant MCDougall a Highland Gamekeeper for 35 years, has said he has used all the popular lamps on the market, but the Night Master is way ahead of the competition in terms of compact size, power and beam distance. Grant uses both the white LED and the red LED, which is optional with the Night Master kit.
It's most unique feature is its thick aspherical lens, which is able to throw a beam a long way - picking out eyes up to 800m and target identification up to 500m. The beam is truly epic and it's packed with features.
KLARUS XT11 Hunting Light Announced
Klarus has announced the latest flashlight to complement their XT range of professional tactical flashlights. The Klarus XT11 is a multi-mode light that has been designed for hunting and military use. However, its high specification, runtimes and smooth beam will make the XT11 an excellent choice for other professionals, such as Police, and also general purpose use.
The XT11 boasts a high output of 600 ANSI lumens, Klarus’s unique dual button interface that provides instant access to strobe and a steel strike bezel that can be unscrewed and removed for the secure attachment of colour filters (red, green, blue) and a diffuser, which are optional extras.
The XT11 will be available early January 2012 and will be compatible with the ED10 remote pressure switch - so the XT11 can be weapon mounted for hunting and military use or mounted onto a bike and used as a powerful bike light.
Tactical EDC lights extend the KLARUS XT series
Klarus has launched some new Tactical EDC (Every Day Carry) flashlights to extend the current XT range of serious, military spec lights. The new flashlights all feature Klarus’s unique, dual button interface and include the XT2C, XT1C, XT2A and XT1A. Here’s a brief breakdown of each:
XT2C: Uses an XM-L T6 LED to produce the same high output as the popular XT10 (470 ANSI lumens), but in a smaller package due to having a smaller diameter head compared to the XT10. The XT2C will take either 1x 18650, 2x CR123A or 2x 16340 batteries.
XT1C: The smallest of the XT range. This pocket tactical light uses an XP-G R5 LED to produce an impressive 245 ANSI lumens in high mode. The dual button interface and instant access to strobe makes this an awesome little multi-mode light. Takes 1x CR123A.
XT2A: For those who want a powerful and tactical AA battery flashlight. It uses 2x AA batteries to provide 245 lumens in high mode and uses the same dual button interface to switch between 3 modes and a strobe, which can be accessed instantly.
XT1A: The pocket AA battery version. Despite being small and using a single AA battery, the XT1A is still powerful – outputting 150 ANSI lumens in high mode and providing the same functionality as all Klarus XT lights.
Klarus has also produced remote switches for these new flashlights. The TR11 is specifically for the XT1C, XT2A and XT1A; the TR12 is for the XT2C. Both the TR11 and TR12 provide instant access to strobe mode and give full control over the lights functions, making these flashlights idea for weapon mounting for hunting, military use, airsoft of for mounting onto a bike for night cycling.
KLARUS goes gold with Limited Edition torches
To make Klarus’s Mi keychain range even more desirable, Klarus has introduced limited edition gold versions of the Mi X6 and Mi X5, named the ‘Midas Torch’ and ‘Mini Midas Torch’ – or to give them their proper names: Mi X6 Au and Mi X5 Au.
Each model is quality stainless steel that has been vacuum plated with multiple layers of gold. The finish is sheer opulence and they feel very good in the hand. They make great gifts and will complement a flashlight collection very well.