Bear Grylls Micro Torch
Every survival tool, no matter its size, is important. The Micro Torch is a compact L.E.D. light that can attach to any zipper on your jacket, vest, backpack or fleece. It’s built with a long-lasting L.E.D. bulb with four settings - Low, High, Beacon/Blinking and Off. The soft rubber switch makes it easy to use in any condition, even when wearing gloves. Every bit of light goes a long way in the wild.
- Overall Length: 1.78"
- Weight: .28 oz.
- Batteries:  CR1616
- Low: 3
- High: 8
- Beacon/Blinking: 8
- Low: 9 hrs
- High: 3.5 hrs
- Beacon/Blinking: 6 hrs
- Long Lasting L.E.D. Bulb
- 4 Settings – High, Low, Beacon/Blinking & Off
- Easy to Use Soft Rubber Switch
- Priorities of Survival Guide
Got this as part of a scout kit and its great. Its so powerful and the modes are very useful. Very light and compact with no problems so far. Very bright and a fantastic compact torch!
i have this attached to my keychain. works great even on low beam.
Needs a Red LED/mode for map reading at night - red light doesn't mess up your night vision.
i got this to put on my school backpack as a emer.light,bright,small,what else do you need in a light
i got this to attach to my bookbag for school so that i have light if i need it
Pretty awesome!! Can't believe how useful it is!
I bought these lights to put on my dogs when we go running the dark in the mornings. They are very bright and do the jobbut they turn themselves off after 5 minutes which is very annoying. Is there something wrong with them or is this what they are supposed to do?
This thing is just great. I instantly put this on the zipper on the back of my rucksack. If you're biking or walking on or near a public road you can put it on strobe and all traffic coming up behind you can see you easily. Also, it's surprisingly bright. You can set you pack down and turn it on and work on something with plenty of light.
I've attached this to my belt loop and take it everywhere I go. Its small enough to just forget about it on my day to day, still it's surprising how much it has come in handy. The only complaint is the screws on the back to reach the battery are very small. It would be bad if this thing ran out of juice just when I needed it most...