HyBeam Tactical Flashlight Review

Are you looking for a military -grade flashlight? I recommend Hybeam Tactical Flashlight. It is tactical and powerful.

HyBeam Tactical Flashlight

HyBeam Tactical Flashlight Features

This flashlight has multiple features that makes it the best flashlight (among others with the same price).  Just a bit of a warning, though: this will make you want one.

This flashlight has three settings: ‘bright’ beam, ‘low’ beam and strobe. It’s high beam is very bright while the low beam lasts longer. It has a ‘strobe’ setting for calling help and self-defense. See the video below to know more about strobe light.

Hybeam flashlight uses 1 AA battery and its waterproof.  You might think that one small battery won’t last long. But its bright setting can burn up to 4 hours and its ‘low’ light setting can burn up to 7 hours. It also has multiple O-rings to protect it from water.

Hybeam flashlight is very bright. If you’d look at the size of this thing, you won’t believe how bright it is. The brightness of its ‘bright’ beam is around 250-300 lumens, maybe more. Its ‘low’ beam is also bright (not as bright as the other setting) but it lasts longer.

It’s hard and durable. Hybeam flashlight is made of aircraft-grade aluminum. That makes it hard and lightweight at the same time. It is also shock resistant.

It has scalloped ends that can be used in breaking glasses and self-defense. This feature, plus its size, makes it a good ECD.

What I don’t like about it.

There’s only one single thing that i don’t like about this flashlight. It has only one button for three settings (well, most tactical flashlights do). It’s really annoying that you have to go through the ‘strobe’ setting when going from ‘low’ light to ‘bright’ light.

Who sells this flashlight?

The Hybeam tactical flashlight is sold by the Family Protection Association (FPA) -an organization of survivalist. They are from Austin, Texas and preparedness is their main goal. That’s why they offer military-grade tools.

They are giving away free items and offer you a membership. It costs only around $20 per month or $97 annually. If you register, they give video lectures, a VIP status, free gifts, and other exclusive stuff.

Yes! Hybeam Tactical Flashlight is free! But it is limited! Available immediately!

Another excellent EDC is the Stinger Tactical Spy Pen

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