Best Tactical Flashlights

The great thing about the Survival Industry is that they have made everything tactical and this includes tactical flashlights. No longer do you have to settle for basic lighting or boring lights, go tactical

Today I am going to take a look at some of the products from Black Hawk Survival. Full disclosure here, I am an affiliate of the company but this is because they sell some great gear. Take a look for yourself.

Guardian Solar Tactical Flashlight

Tactical solar flashlight.

This is the Swiss Army Knife of tactical flashlights. It has a lot of tools that you can use to get you out of a jam.

On the road, this tactical light can save you and your family in the event of an accident. It can obviously be used to help rescuers find you but it also features a seat belt cutter and a safety hammer to break window glass in the case of a submersion. It is also magnetic so it can be used hands free.

On the trail it is equally as useful. On the end of the flash light you have a compass to get you home and it will always have a charge thanks to a 30 year solar panel on the side of the device. Store it on the side of your pack and you will never have to worry about a dead battery.

Another great feature is a USB outlet that allows this light to be used as a power bank to charge your phone or other devices.

Learn how to order this tactical light here.

Zoomable LED Front Headlamp

Tactical Headlamp

This will be the last headlamp that you ever buy. With a rechargeable 3.7V  battery featuring short circuit, overcharge and discharge protection.

This headlamp has all of your bases covered with 4 different modes. Choose from normal light, high light, SOS and coolest of all, quick strobe. The light is also adjustable so it can be used for general or task lighting.

Learn how to order this headlamp here.

Rechargeable Wrist Torch

Tactical Wrist Torch

This is just one of the coolest ideas in tactical lights. It will allow you to never have to fumble for that flashlight again.

This wrist torch produces 350 lumens and also functions as a compass and, of course, a wrist watch. You get 5 light modes that include high, medium, low, SOS and strobe.

It is also rechargeable and, at low light levels, it can run for eight hours.

Learn how to order this torch here.

There you have it, three great tactical lights that should cover most of your bases. Consider picking up one of them to check off another item on your ultimate camping checklist.