SureFire Titan Flashlight


SureFire makes the highestquality flashlights with normal bulbs and LEDs. These flashlights take extremely little power, and are very durable. I have had one for over 5 years and used it multiple times and it works underwater. Any product from SureFire is bound to function perfectly and last a long time, especially since all their products are military grade and meant for military use.


The Titan Flashlight is the world’s first continuous variable-output LED flashlight. It can output from 0 to 30 lumens and everything in between. It is selling for $500 but I don’t think its worth it, except if you really are looking for this type of thing. They have other LED flashlights for cheaper which are fantastic, but this is a fantastic flashlight as well.

Link: UnCrate

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!


  1. we use the police long heavy black flash light in the boat while fishing at night to beat cat fish’s (chem)

  2. that advertisements can only be thought of by a man -_-
    so typicaaaaal

  3. Biohazard

    But it works like a charm, laialy.

    Just look at Axe’s “Bom Chicka Wah Wah” commercials on youtube.

  4. Carlsb3rg

    Now If only I could turn on the flashlight…

  5. Letmego

    you evil man! with a hot pic like that do u really expect me to read all that stuff?

  6. i wish i was that flashlight…:P

  7. CyberRowdy: can’t help it!

    K: gotta have it!

    vampire: looooooooooooooooool! They do the job!

    Muh’d M. Mansour: I think they did a good job!

    Laialy: when was the last time a girl bought an expensive flash light!!! looool!

    Biohazard: looooool!

    Calsb3rg: If you need any help you know where to find me!

    Letmego: be strong!

    MAZE: I prefer the shirt!

  8. Cyber: I will start searching! hehehe!

    Nora: you would be surprised how good they are!

  9. sal

    The frst dimmable compact led.I think its a great breakthrough and hope the technology becomes easier to mass for now,I think its a winner!!

  10. sal

    I will stay with the SF KROMA AND M4 FOR NOW

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