The Tri-Star Phazer
This remarkable new flashlight uses three 3 watt Luxeon Star LEDs. Each LED produces 72 lumens, for a whopping total of 216 lumens of blinding light.
- Uses three Luxeon Star 3W LEDs, which have a 50,000 hour life expectancy. Impervious to impact. No more expensive replacement bulbs!
- 4 C cells: Inexpensive and easily obtainable. Lasts about 8 hours on a set of batteries (depends on type of battery used.
- Anodized black.
Considerations for Law Enforcement Use:
Here are a few photos of the LED/heat sink assembly:
Here are a bunch more photos just taken, of the prototype:
- An excellent non-lethal weapon
- Useful in stopping many violent and potentially violent confrontations....drugs and alcohol, makes no difference
- Their effectiveness as an incapacitation device far overshadows their usefuleness as an illuminator when they are in the higher-wattage style. And.....they are terrific illuminators, so that gives you an idea of their power when it comes to providing the tactical advantage
- Here is a testimony by John Sarember (New Mexico), a retired LEO in New Mexico. He purchased a 5 watt LED based light from me a while back, and has something to say about it's use on the job. I use his name and testimony with his permission. My comment to him was that the Blaster VI, the flashlight he has used, with the 5 watt Luxeon LED, is 120 lumens bright. The Tri-Star Phazer puts out nearly twice as much light at 216+ lumens, and it is a narrower beam. His comments about the 5W light apply even more so to the Tri-Star Phazer. Testimony
(Comparison: 2C Anglelux, Blaster III, Tri-Star Phazer, Blaster-Jr.)
Here's a comparison beamshot, taken by a customer, of a few different flashlights. Beamshot done at 180 feet away.
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Last updated: May 1, 2004