Elzetta Design, LLC is pleased to announce the release of our latest product; the Elzetta Bones Flashlight.
As the name implies, Bones is a bare-bones flashlight with legendary Elzetta performance and durability and an always-welcomed lower price point. It produces 650 lumens and activates with a quiet bone-simple click switch. Finished in natural gray Type III hard anodizing and projecting light through a field-replaceable solid-acrylic optical lens (no reflector), Bones models join their Elzetta brethren as The Toughest Flashlights on the Planet. Made in the USA like Everything Elzetta sells. More information is available at www.ELZETTA.com
The following is a Press Release from Elzletta Design reference their Limited Edition Alpha Light for 2015.
Elzetta Design, LLC is pleased to announce the release of our 2015 Limited Edition Modular Flashlights.
For the first time, an Alpha Model has been chosen for the annual Limited Edition run. These 315-lumen single-cell Flashlights feature Mini-CQB Bezel Rings and Click Tailcaps, all professionally finished in Electric Yellow Cerakote over Elzetta’s legendary Type III hard anodizing. Even better, these electrifying Limited Edition Lights are priced the same as standard Model A312’s.
That means professional Cerakote finishing, a unique Bezel Ring design, and the exclusivity of a Limited Edition are free! Elzetta Limited Editions always sell out quickly and are never reissued. Savvy buyers will order theirs today at www.ELZETTA.com.
Elzetta Design, LLC is pleased to announce that the new Mini-CQB Modular Weaponlights are now shipping and production models are even better than promised.
The Mini-CQB delivers 375 lumens (60 more lumens than previously revealed) of neutral-tint white light from a single CR123A battery. As the name implies this new weaponlight is designed specifically for close quarters battle engagements and home defense applications.
With its high-lumen/low-candela output, the Mini-CQB produces an effective wall of light to optimize threat assessment and situational awareness. The Mini-CQB is available with any of six Tailcaps (Rotary, Click, Alpha High/Low, High/Strobe, or Tape Switch with 5″ or 12″ Cable). It is also available with three ambidextrous attachment mechanisms; M-1913 Picatinny, Keymod/M-LOK™, and MOE™ handguards. The Keymod/M-LOK™ system fits both mounting systems by utilizing patent-pending reversible nuts in one direction for Keymod and flipped for M-LOK™.
The Mini-CQB Weaponlights join Elzetta Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie Modular Flashlights as The Toughest Flashlights on the Planet, featuring fully-potted electronics and solid-acrylic optical lenses (no reflectors). Mini-CQB Weaponlights weigh less than 5 oz. and start at just $210 MSRP. Like all Elzetta products, Mini-CQB Weaponlights are Made in USA with a lifetime guarantee.
The Elzetta Design VLOG’s (Video Blogs) are a wealth of knowledge and I typically share their content here on this page, however, I have fallen a little bit behind in publishing their content. Here are the last 3 VLOG’s that Elzetta has produced.
New from Elzetta Design for 2015 is their Mini CQB Light. The Mini CQB is based off of their “Alpha” model and is compatible with all of the “Alpha” light components and is in partnership with Impact Weapons Components (IWC). The single CR123 battery light boasts an amazing 315 lumens and most impressively, will mount to Picatinny, Key-Mod, and M-Lok rails by switching out the interchangable rail attachment point, which will be sold separately.
Elzetta is taking pre-orders now and you can expect them to be available around late-March to early-April 2015.
The Mini CQB will run $235 for the M-Lok and Key-Mod models and $210 for the Picatinny model.
Check out this video from Elzetta Design, featuring Dave Barnett. He does a great job explaining the difference in the quality of beam tint and explains why some high-lumen lights will have a blue tint and why the Elzetta lights do not.
Elzetta is having a photo contest on Instagram for your chance to win an Elzetta Modular Flashlight of your choice.
As the instructions above imply, post a photo of your Elzetta product on Instagram with the hashtag #ToughestFlashlighOnThePlanet by August 31 and the winner will be picked by none other than Top Shot Champ Dustin Ellermann.
As a huge Elzetta supporter and photographer myself, let me give you a few tips to better your chances…
Be Creative. A generic shot of the light on your floor will not be noticed.
Be Tough. Elzetta lights are the toughest lights you will find out there. Show them in action and how tough they are. A shot of them lying on bubble wrap or on a bed of cotton will probably not win you any points.
Be Bold. If thousands of entries look the same, but one stands out with how bold it is, you may have a better chance.
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