COAST’s New Line of LED Flashlights Featured on My Security TV

December 9th, 2011

Benjamin Moss of Coast Australia was on the My Security TV to discuss COAST’s new line of LED flashlights and Emergency Area Lights.  COAST Australia launched in the fourth quarter of 2011 and has had great success selling our full line of lights, knives and multi-tools.

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Coast LED Headlamps Give Needed Light to Mercy Ships Engineers

November 10th, 2011

Mercy Ships Engineer Uses COAST LED HeadlampCOAST Products has recently received new information from Mercy Ships’ representatives about recent use of the LED headlamps by the engineering crew on the Africa Mercy in Sierra Leone. It seems the ship engineers have been happy to have the hands-free headlamps for cleaning out the ship’s various water tanks.

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Coast LED Flashlights Aid Mercy Ships’ Eye Screening Team in Sierra Leone

November 7th, 2011

Mercy Ships Eye Screening with Coast LED FlashlightCOAST Products has been excited to hear from Mercy Ships’ representatives the stories of how our LED flashlights and headlamps have helped their team working on the Africa Mercy in Sierra Leone.  One story we were incredibly moved to read was of the eye screening team.

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Coast A25 LED Flashlight Featured Review on ToolGuyd.com

October 11th, 2011

ToolGuyd.com recently spent approximately 2 weeks testing Coast’s A25 LED flashlight. With an impact and water resistant stainless steel body, this flashlight has an high setting output of 196 lumens, and a low setting output of 27 lumens. Here is a summary of ToolGuyd’s opinion on the A25 flashlight:

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Mercy Ships Impacts Global Health – COAST Products makes LED Light Donation to Assist with Mercy Ships Efforts

October 7th, 2011

Kofi Annan, 2001 Nobel Peace Prize recipient and seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations was quoted as saying, “The biggest enemy of health in the developing world is poverty.”

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Sanitation and Hygiene for Camping Knives and Other Outdoor Utensils

September 15th, 2011

Camping EquipmentThere’s nothing better than taking a shower after being in the wilderness for a week or so. Finally being able to properly clean yourself feels wonderful after being limited to the sanitation basics of the backcountry trail. However, campers must be especially vigilant about doing everything they can to practice excellent hygiene even while out in the woods.

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Safe and Easy Sporting Knife Projects for Kids

September 3rd, 2011

Many parents hope to teach their children basic techniques for using sporting knives. From cooking to cleaning game, deftness with a knife is a useful skill for anyone to have. And although digital technology presents today’s children with a plethora of entertainment options, kids still enjoy creating things with their own hands. The sporting knife exercises listed below can help kids gain confidence – safely – and have fun while they learn how to properly wield hunting knives. Read the rest of this entry »

10 Signs You’re a Flashaholic

September 1st, 2011

Light PaintingExercise moderation in all things, advised ancient Roman playwright Terence. This simple advice is difficult to actually exemplify, as most of us are quite addicted to our treats. From coffee to sugar to energy drinks, it seems nearly everyone is addicted to something.

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What Your Multi-Tool Says about You

August 29th, 2011

Different Types of Multi-ToolsWhat type of multi-tool do you carry? And what might that tool say about your personality? You can tell a lot about a person by meditating on the products they choose to carry every day.

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Tactical Knives vs. Hunting Knives

August 22nd, 2011

Hunting KnifeTo the knife greenhorn, all blades look alike. Until a person becomes more experienced at using knives in various applications, it’s difficult to tell a tactical knife from a hunting knife from a fishing knife.

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