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The Best Everyday Carry (EDC) Flashlight I've Ever Owned
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Doing so may cause temporary blindness.
I sure wish I had a FireHawk LED Flashlight as my everyday carry (edc) flashlight when I was growing up.

Things were different back then. I vividly recall hauling around a super heavy MagLite

Why? Because, at the time, it was the best flashlight available... or so I thought since that's what the police carried.

There I was, a strapping young lad raised on a small farm in the early 80’s. 

I carried that heavy flashlight around (the one with three D-cell batteries in it) so that I could see what the heck I was doing at the crack of dawn. I had morning chores ya know.

I also recall many late nights holding that MagLite so my Father could swap out a broken bearing on our combine. 

My arm still hurts just thinking about it. Holding that MagLite for hours on end.

I dare you to try and hold a full-size MagLite in the air for 3 hours straight and not feel like your shoulder is about to fall off.

But trust me, it was far better for my arm to go numb than to “get lazy with the flashlight.” 

Boy, do I wish I had one of these in my pocket back then.
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A New Breed Of EDC Flashlights
So along comes modern technology and the shrinking of components and the increases in efficiency...and all that.


Here are 3 things that make this the best EDC flashlight I've ever owned.
 
1. It's Extremely Well Built 

They have a "solid feel" to them. You know the feeling. It's hard to describe, but when you feel it... you just know. 

You'll notice when you unscrew the tail cap to add your single AA battery (because that’s all it takes) that the threads are both clean and precise.
 
Also, there’s a nice little rubber gasket that keeps the battery chamber water resistant in case it's raining out.

This EDC flashlight has two strategic diamond print patterns machined into the aircraft-grade aluminum body. These patterns are perfectly located right where you need good grip most. 

It also has deep grooves where your fingers make contact. This helps ensure it's not the flashlight’s fault if you drop it.
 
And if you do drop it…it can handle that, too. 

Unless, of course, you're setting out to break it on purpose. Like dropping it off a twenty story building. This tough little EDC flashlight will survive a ton of abuse.

Did you notice the metal prongs on the tip? Those can inflict some serious damage if you even need to use your FireHawk as a tactical weapon

The belt clip is also quite strong, securing your FireHawk in your pocket (or on your belt) so it's there when you need it. 
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I’m impressed with how much heft the FireHawk has for such a small package. 

It’s still ridiculously lighter than a full-size MagLite. But it’s surprisingly heavy and dense for its small size. 

Which is a testament to its high-quality construction and use of dense metal.

Check out the size comparison:
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2. Brightest EDC Flashlight I Own
The real bright spot (pun intended) is the amount of lumens this little guy produces. It’s specified for up to 300 lumens.
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Whether you’re camping, looking for your electrical panel in the dark, working on your lawn mower, or bugging out, this powerful EDC flashlight has the power to light up your world.

Plus, you control the brightness with the sliding tip. It has both spill and spot lighting settings. Slide it all the way back for full spill lighting and slide it all the way forward for tight spot lighting.

The sliding tip has just the right amount of resistance. Too much resistance would make it difficult to slide, and too little would allow it to move on its own. This well-designed flashlight has found the sweet spot.

I'm still blown away by the spill lighting and how bright this flashlight is. When I was when walking around the outside of my house the other night I could see everything.

Then I tested the spotlight setting and was surprised at how far it traveled. I could see the spotlight hitting a stop sign two full blocks away from my house.

It’s so bright you need to be careful. Do NOT shine this flashlight directly into someone’s eyes. It will temporarily blind them…which is a nice bonus for survival defense purposes.

If you have this particular EDC flashlight in your hands and feel threatened, you could gain an advantage by disorienting them with this light. Allowing you time to react first.

 
3. Perfect Design For An EDC Flashlight
It’s the little things that make a good EDC flashlight worth carrying.

One useful design feature with this LED flashlight is its slightly recessed power button. Having this button recessed helps prevent any accidental activation.

We’ve all experience our electronic devices accidentally turned on. Only to find out a dead battery when you go to use it.

So this feature is very helpful.

I prefer all my EDC gear to fit in an inconspicuous way. I’m not trying to “look cool”, I just want to carry my gear and no one know.

That’s exactly what this small pocket flashlight does. When it’s in my pocket it barely sticks out. Hiding the majority of the flashlight from plain view.
 
Finally, the lens of this flashlight has a convex shape (curved out). To protect the lens and allow you to set the flashlight down tail up (tip down), 3 beveled prongs were added.
 
A side benefit of these prongs is that they can be used as a weapon themselves if push came to shove.

Hitting someone in a strategic location with these metal prongs could do some serious damage.
 
Conclusion: The FireHawk Flashlight Is The Best EDC Flashlight I've Ever Owned
I carry The FireHawk Flashlight with me everyday. 

I love it so much, in fact, I've added one to my bug out vehicle and my bug out bag.

And you should, too. Click the button below and I'll send you one for free. All I ask is you cover the shipping and handling. 
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