Apollo AP1 Tactical Flashlight will light up your life


There are a lot of things that we take for granted in life. It’s not until they’re stripped away suddenly, that we really appreciate some of the most basic things. We’ve had some pretty bad storms over the last month where I live, and when the power goes out, you suddenly miss all of that light that was previously flooding every room. Suddenly flashlights, candles, and your cell phone are your best friends. Of course, things like flashlights are useful in more situations than just around the house when the power is out. So why not get one that is versatile, and can work in just about any situation?

The Apollo AP-1 Tactical Flashlight promises to be the the last flashlight you’ll ever need. This compact light is capable of providing nearly 1000 lumens of light, which can illuminate objects from over ¼ mile away. Check out the video below for a really cool demonstration of that feature.

The light has five different modes of illumination, which are high, medium, low, strobe and S.O.S. On the lowest setting you can get around 20 hours of light, and still an impressive hour while on the highest. The device is rugged, and can withstand most punishment that you dish out. It is tested to resist drops up to 1.5 meters, and can be submerged in water up to 20 meters deep. To get one of your own, you’ll need to pledge $99 to the Kickstarter project. It has already surpassed its goal many times over, so no need to worry about that. Expect to get yours sometime in October of this year.

2 reviews or comments

Sebastian Says: April 18, 2015 at 6:13 pm

<blockquote cite="The Apollo AP-1 Tactical Flashlight promises to be the the last flashlight you’ll ever need"

Yeah, if they ever send me my item!
I am early bird customer #55. 18 months past the estimated delivery of October 2013 I am still waiting for product delivery…

Edwin Says: April 22, 2015 at 6:44 am

Sorry to hear, Sebastian. Hope you can get it all sorted out soon!

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