Posts Tagged ‘LED flashlights’

COAST Products is Excited to Announce that We Will Be Attending SHOT

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

COAST Products will shine at the SHOT show, January 14-17 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. If you’re attending SHOT (The Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show and Conference), come visit us at booth 15120, where we’ll be presenting some of our most groundbreaking, industry-leading optics products. Like the SHOT tagline says, this show (and our booth!) is “Too Good To Miss.”


New Generation of Rechargeable LED Flashlights from COAST on Display at National Hardware Show

Monday, May 13th, 2013

HP7RWe recently displayed our latest rechargeable LED flashlights at the 2013 National Hardware Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The NHS is the premier opportunity for individuals in the housing and home improvement industries to come together discover new products, share ideas and spot upcoming trends. We regularly attend this convention, and it’s not unusual for us to win prizes for our innovative LED flashlights and other products. (more…)

COAST to Introduce New LED Flashlights, Knives and Multi-Tools at National Hardware Show

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

In June of 2011 COAST Products began upgrading every product in its product line-up. At this year’s NHS, May 1-3, everyone can see the stunning results of that effort – at Booth #7854 – as COAST introduces its all-new LED flashlights, knives and multi-tools to retailers and media.


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.


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

Monday, 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.


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.


Introduction to Outdoor Compass Games: Orienteering and Geocaching

Monday, July 25th, 2011

Americans are more sedentary than ever, and it seems like every day brings a new study showing the health impact of sitting for long stretches. For example, research from Louisiana’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center found that people who sit for a majority of the day are 54 percent more likely to die from a heart attack.


5 Northwest Caves to Explore

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

ape cave lava tubeThe Pacific Northwest doesn’t have the reputation for crushing heat that some regions have, but in an area known for its heavy rainfall and mild temperatures, the hottest days of summer can stand out sharply in contrast. Some outdoor adventurers like to beat the heat by exploring cool, shady locations such as caves.


Why Tactical LED Flashlights Are Better

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

When some people think of tactical flashlights their minds jump to images of firefighters, police officers, and soldiers on the battlefield, with a flashlight tucked into their belt next to a tactical knife. While it’s true that tactical lights have traditionally been used by people in these professions, more and more people are starting to use tactical LED flashlights instead of regular flashlights. The following are four reasons why everyday people are turning to tactical flashlights for all their illumination needs.


How to Signal for Help with an LED Flashlight

Monday, March 28th, 2011

No matter how experienced a hiker is, the unpredictability of the wilderness can turn a simple pleasure outing into a fight for survival. An injury, sudden changes in the weather, an encounter with an aggressive animal or a simple navigational miscalculation can drop you squarely into an emergency situation.