Posts Tagged ‘led flashlight’

COAST to Introduce Powerhouse HP314 LED Flashlight at National Hardware Show

Monday, May 20th, 2013

HP314 LED FlashlightAt the 2013 National Hardware Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, we introduced our newest LED flashlight, the HP314. The HP314 features COAST’s Long Range Focusing Optic technology, giving you 1,132 lumens of light and a beam distance of 2,240 feet (683 meters) – all on only four D-cell alkaline batteries. (more…)

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

Friday, 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.


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

Friday, 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.”


10 Signs You’re a Flashaholic

Thursday, 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.


Kids’ Summer Camps: How to Choose the Right One, and What to Pack

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Educational research shows that kids often slide backwards during the summer, at least in their recall of what is taught during the regular school year. However, time off from the formal structure of school allows many students to pursue their own unique interests.


How to Dumpster Dive: Essential Equipment

Friday, June 24th, 2011

dumpster diveDespite the negative images the phrase may carry, dumpster diving is an art. What better way to find cool stuff for free, while having an adventure as well? If you don’t mind getting a little dirty and doing some spontaneous dumpster rummaging, then you may want to try your hand at a dumper dive. Of course, you’ll need the right tools and equipment to be successful and have fun. Listed below are five general tips on preparing for a night out dumpster diving. (more…)

Everyday Carry: What to Bring with You Everywhere

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

There are essential items you should carry with you at all times in the event of an emergency or simply an unexpected happening. These items can include lip balm, a list of emergency phone numbers, a small flashlight, medication or a notepad. This guide will outline the basic everyday carry items you should consider taking with you wherever you go. (more…)

5 Car Maintenance Tasks Anyone Can Do Using an LED Headlamp

Friday, June 17th, 2011

A common problem with car maintenance is a lack of illumination. Not being able to see what you are doing can make it seem like it is easier to take a car to a mechanic for even the simplest tasks. An LED headlamp or an LED flashlight can help you complete basic car maintenance tasks with ease, even if you are a novice. (more…)

Getting Ready for Trail Running

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

If you have always wanted to get into running, but do not feel like your local track, neighborhood or treadmill is right for you, consider trail running, a sport where you trek your way through natural settings. Most trail runners practice this sport because of the isolated settings and the ability to exercise several muscles in the body at once on more challenging trails. Before you run out the door and into the woods, learn how to properly prepare for a trail run and stay safe.


5 Survival Skills Every Backpacker Should Know

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

survival gearWhen you’re backpacking in the wilderness, you never know what type of situation you might run into, which is why it’s important to be prepared for anything. Your pack is your lifeline, carrying all of the gear and emergency supplies you’ll need to survive away from civilization; however, you’re limited in terms of how much you can put in it.