Archive for October, 2009

LED flashlight

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Gerry

Sikeston, MO

Last year my husband was working with the Boy Scout cleaning a ceremoney ring when he lost his flashlight. One year later after one of our worst winter with two major ice storms. One of the boys found his flashlight during the clean up of the ceremoney ring. After replacing the battery the thing work like new. You make and A#1 product.

Frogman

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Stuart

Washington DC

Great light, great customer service.

T7

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Tom

New Iberia, LA

The flashlight is the best ive ever seen had many flashlights through my years. all i can say is keep it up and thank u for keeping the brightest lights in my pocket!!!!!!!!!!!

X21

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Mark

I bought your X21 flashlight and I am truly amazed. The amount of light output is incredible and I like how I can focus the light. I also like the fact that the light doesn’t need those expensive batteries. Using “D” batteries is great and the flashlight stays bright for a long time. I love it.

Tactical Lights

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Tom

Lithonia, GA

Best light ever! Can’t find exact model online but it is a tactical type 3 AAA. It is brighter than my 3x 123a surfire which was 150$. I bought is at lowes for 45$, 2 police offices i know have replaced their surefires with lensers. Being that they went through 2 batt. every 2 hours mine lasted 80 hrs.

Led Laser Light with Gooseneck

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Don Gibboney

Aiken, SC

I was routing intricate inlays in my banjo neck with a Dremmel tool but was unable to get enough light to see my work, I fastened a Coast L.E.D. laser light to my tool and directed the beam towards my work and was able to see perfectly. It has a very bright beam and does not weigh so much that it is awkward. Good product for tool applications , thanks – Don

4 Color Recon Torch

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Kirk

St Thomas, USVI

We sailed away from St Thomas six months ago, to begin steering a leisurely course back to Australia – so our five-year-old son may have a chance to better get to know his sole remaining grand-parent.

Headlamps

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Charlie F.

Milton, FL

I recently sent in a headlamp for a switch repair, and not only did I receive a brand new light at no charge, but it went out & back in only 6 days total time. Awsome service!!! I have 3 types of coast headlamps that I use at a Navy helicopter training base here in the Pensacola area, & these are by far the best I have ever owned–and I have tried many others in the past. I also have a set of the camp lights, which I can use at home in case of power outage, or use to change a tire at night. They also double as backup aircraft directing wands, should my regular ones have a problem. I recently gave a Coast 4 color recon flashlight to a Navy night vision helicopter instructor, which he hangs from his neck on the included lanyard, & he loves it! Thanks for making such great products Coast!!! I am one really satisfied & happy customer.

LED Lights

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Chad

Bland, VA

My wife and I had to make an unexpected trip to her moms house due to a possible intrusion. When we arrived we had no light outside but a small half-lit street light. I ask my wife to please stay in the car because there was no movement in the house or in the vehicle, which belonged to her mother. Kind of scary. I have several years and quite a few scares under my belt in doing minor investigative work for a certain security firm, so scoping out the house was nothing new to me.  To my advantage, I had this little respected tool, (to some it is not respected) piece of art work by Coast that most call a flashlight. If it were’nt for the brightness and battery life of this “Little Giant”, then I would’nt have been able to find my way around the house. Noone was found snooping, luckily for them, ha ha the beam would have hurt them worse than a club LOL. Great little dude I say, I own two of the same light, one for the left pocket, and one for the right. Thanks, Coast, for a great light!! It lit the whole inside of the garage as well, like a large  rechargeable light. Needless to say, her mom was fine. This light was Just what I needed……

Sincerely,

Chad K.

DigiTac II

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Bob

Just received the LL7848. I have had a lot of small flashlights in my life. I can find brighter lights (which use special CR123 batteries) and I can find smaller lights (which use button cells) but for the size, convenience and a single, easy to find AA battery I think you have the optimum design compromises between size, battery life, spot size and brightness in the LL7848. This is my pick of most useful flashlights to own. There are plenty of reasons to have other flashlights to serve special needs but this is probably the best general purpose flashlight available. Well done.

Tactical Focus Beam

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Michael

I have a coast flashlight, the focus led model. I dropped it in the wire pit at work,I am a papermaker. It stayed under water for over 3 weeks. During a shutdown I was able to drain the pit and find the light. Changed the batteries and it worked! What a great flashlight.

V2 Tactical Power Chip Torch

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Robert

A few month ago I bought V2 Tactical Power Chip Torch, White Beam for a scheduled law enforcement exercise.  At the time, everybody was impressed with is size, intense light and cost.  This past weekend, I joined my son’s boy scout troop (13 boys, 3 adult leaders, and me) for a trip to Lonesome Lake in NH.  Because of innumerable delays and slowdowns (they took too much f@#$% s*&^), the hike, which should have taken about two hours, took much, much longer.  Anyway, the sun had set, the temperature was dropping, and a late season snow was falling.  Everybody was tired and cold and we lost the trail.  The snow was so high, covered the trail blazes.  The kids put on their head lamps which helped a little. But my little flash light, that I pocketed almost as an after thought, helped retrace our steps, set a new course and find the AMC cabin (on of the adults lugged a 3 D cell light
up the hill only to find out it was dead).   I don’t know if that little
light saved us a freezing night in the woods, but it did provide a lot of comfort.

T7

Friday, October 30th, 2009

Steve

Castle Rock, CO

I received my t7 flashlight on Monday. I’m like a kid with a new toy. I can’t put it down.

I have had several LED lights from Inova, EGear and none of them compare to the T7 light.

This thing is the most powerful hand held light that I have ever seen. With the ability to go from

a spot light to a flood light in just a second makes it the most useful tool you could ever have for the

back country of Colorado or just your back yard. GREAT PRODUCT.

Steve