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New Stratum Takes Its Place in SureFire’s “Practical” Product Line

SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of high-end illumination tools and tactical products, announces the release of the latest model in their growing line of variable-output flashlights. The all-new Stratum features three very useful output levels: five lumens on low, 50 lumens on medium, and 160 lumens on high, more than enough light to find your way in the dark. The styling is a modern take on SureFire’s original 6P® flashlight, that has been the company’s best seller since 1988.

Stratum’s three output levels offer users more control by allowing them to select the best output for the task at hand-and to better manage the light’s power source, two 123A lithium batteries. At its five-lumen low setting, the flashlight will not compromise a user’s night-adapted vision and continues producing useful light levels for up to 60 hours on a set of batteries. At its 50-lumen setting, Stratum’s range increases while its runtime decreases: down to five hours. The high setting delivers a lot of light for an impressive 2 hours.

Push or click Stratum’s tailcap pushbutton switch, at any level, for a beam optimized by its micro-textured coated precision reflector. The resulting beam-especially on high-has plenty of reach with enough surrounding light to accommodate peripheral vision and maximize situational awareness. The high-output, virtually indestructible LED has no filament to burn out or break, and is regulated by an internal microprocessor. All of this sophisticated technology is protected from the elements by a lightweight but durable aerospace aluminum body and O-ring and gasket sealing that keeps out moisture, dust, and dirt.

At only five inches long, less than six ounces loaded with batteries, the Stratum comes in an attractive, machined body that is Mil-Spec hard-anodized in black for extreme durability. The light retails for $165.00 and is available now. For more information, visit www.SureFire.com.New Stratum Takes Its Place in SureFire's Practical Product Line

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