The BrightMAX 3000 Tactical Flashlight has been one of the top choices of emergency management agencies, survivalists and the most hardcore outdoors-man for the last two years. Here's why:
Powerful CREE LED driver that outputs 1200+ lumens that outshines the competition. Rated for 100,000 hours of use (Thats 11.5 years if it was on 24/7!)
The choice of emergency response professionals and military personnel thanks to its small size, high power output, and ability to withstand extreme environments.
Forget cheap plastic flashlight enclosures, the outer housing of the BrightMAX 3000 is built with some of the same materials that go into our nations fighter jets.
No other tactical torch on the market can touch the features of the BrightMAX 3000 and its five operating modes : High, Middle, Low, Strobe, SOS
The easily adjustable zoom goes from 1X to 2000X magnification, to allow you to cover more area with a wider beam.
Thanks to the low power consumption LED bulb, the 3 AAA batteries (not included) that power the BrightMAX 3000 allow it to go for years* without replacement.
The BrightMAX 3000 Flashlight is currently selling at 75% off of its retail price, but you can get an even bigger discount by purchasing multiple quantities.
« This is possibly the brightest flashlight I have ever used. Way better than the crap they sell at Home Depot. The thing is fantastic, the housing feels really durable, the unit is completely sealed from moisture, and I feel like I could light up a whole forest with it. I'm looking forward to taking it camping next weekend and giving it a thorough testing. »
« We live in a rural area and frequently have power outages. Last year we had an outage that lasted 3 straight days, I used the BrightMAX 3000 to act as our interior lighting and it was if the power wasn't out. I will definitely be buying a couple more come Christmas, to give to my family. Thanks for a great product! »
« I had a competitors unit that died a few weeks after I bought it. I was skeptical when I ordered the BrightMAX torch, but man am I ever happy with it. I accidentally drove over it with my side by side one day while I was out hunting, I yanked it out of the thick mud, and washed it off in the stream, it was barely scratched and the light was still operating! »
« Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that I got my flashlight, and I am really impressed with the build quality of it. You guys aren't kidding when you say this thing is tough. I tried out the 5 modes, my wife thought the SOS mode was kinda cool, so we are going to order another one to keep in her Jeep. Thanks again. »
A quality tactical flashlight isn't just a purchase, it's an investment, that's why we have prepared a list of frequently asked questions:
The BrightMAX 3000 features a 1200 lumen CREE LED driver bulb. Making it one of the brightest flashlights in its price class. You have to see it to believe it, this thing is BRIGHT!
The BrightMAX 3000 requires three AAA batteries (not included). With occasional use you will get at least two years out of the batteries, thanks to the low power consumption LED bulb.
The BrightMAX 3000 weighs 185g, and when extended in zoom mode, is 6.5" long, making it very portable, yet very powerful.
High brightness, Mid range brightness, Low brightness, Strobe, and SOS. There is also a zoom function that goes from 1X-2000X allowing you to adjust the size of the beam.
Yes, the housing is constructed from a high strength aluminum alloy, similar to what is used in many aeronautical and aviation components.
The BrightMAX 3000 Tactical Military Flashlight is ideal for almost any application, including emergency situations, camping, hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing, automotive roadside breakdowns, and home repair.
Yes. You have up to 30 days to decide if the BrightMAX 3000 is really for you. If it's not, simply contact us for an RMA number, and send it back for a full refund of the purchase price.
Each and every BrightMAX 3000 flashlight comes with a 1 year limited warranty. Simply contact us to arrange a replacement if your flashlight ever fails.
Still have questions? Feel free to contact us here.