Product image

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.

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.

$94 Currently Out of Stock
Item # 30-000610
  • 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.


  • High Mode Output : 175 lumens
  • High Mode Runtime : 2 hours
  • Low Mode Output: 30 lumens
  • Low Mode Runtime : 9 hours


  • 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
4 Great looking WH - FEB 11, 2015

Great looking but hope it will be shorter

Give us your opinion

Please, fill all fields.
Too long review. Limit is 1023 characters.

Thank You

Thank You. Your review will be displayed after it is accepted. Note: Reviews are only moderated for foul language and negative interactions among reviewers.