Cortex Compact Flashlight
In 2008, Gerber engineered innovation in lighting with Omnivore Technology, Gerber's patent pending technology for variable-battery use. It’s skillfully applied in the Cortex Compact flashlight. With its sleek design, the Cortex Compact functions as a discreet, everyday carry light for tactical professionals, and a backup light for police officers.
HIGHLY ADAPTABLE FOR TACTICAL APPLICATION
Running on a single Lithium CR123 battery or a single AA battery, the Cortex Compact allows the user options given whatever power source is available. When powered by a CR123, the Cortex Compact provides 125 lumens of output, enough light to momentarily blind an aggressor's night-adapted vision. The Cortex Compact also provides a strobe mode for tactical applications, and a low-output mode for navigation. Housed within machined aluminum for strength and durability, and coated black for low visual signature when not in use, this solid 4-inch, 2.1 ounce light clips neatly inside pants pockets for quick access. The Cortex Compact flashlight is built in Portland, Oregon.
- Material: Aluminum
- Overall Length: 4.0”
- Housing Color: Black
- Housing Material: Machined Aluminum
- Weight: 2.1 oz.
- Batteries: Accepts (1) Lithium CR123 battery or (1) AA battery
- Comes with (1) alkaline AA battery.
LITHIUM CR123 BATTERY PERFORMANCE
- High Mode Output : 175 lumens
- High Mode Runtime : 2 hours
- Low Mode Output: 30 lumens
- Low Mode Runtime : 9 hours
AA ALKALINE BATTERY PERFORMANCE
- High Output : 150 lumens
- High Output Runtime : 45 minutes
- Low Output: 30 lumens
- Low Output Runtime : 4.5 hours
- Interchangeable Battery Technology
- Lightsource Type: Cree XPG
- Lightsource Quantity: 1
- Output Color: White
- Modes: High, Low & Strobe
Best little EDC light I've owned! First I lost it in my back acreage and several days later one of my dogs found it and dropped it on our deck. It rained a couple times over that period but it still worked. Then the real test, I thought lost it once again working on my riding mower on the same piece of land, but it was actually in the pocket of my bib overalls. It was found when my wife pulled the bibs out of the dryer and they were glowing. It was the flashlight, turned on and working! This little light went through a machine wash and spin cycle, then at least forty minutes in the hot dryer. The battery was weak but after replacing it, it works like new. Without a doubt the best little flashlight I've ever owned. I put as much value on this little bugger as I do the Swiss army knife I've carried for over thirty years. If I lose it again, I'm ordering a new one immediately, worth every penny!!!
Love gerber gear love every thing
I bought a 10 dollar flashlight at Walmart with 150 lumens and a longer runtime that works just fine.
does this have strobe on it