Whether you're conducting a night-time pre-flight or you’ve crash-landed your plane in the wilderness, a flashlight can save your life. So don’t trust your life to a cheap, flimsy light you got from a big-box store. Those may work fine when you’re safe at home and the power goes out. But in the demanding aviation world, you need a light you can trust.
That light is Surefire. Surefire lights are developed especially for pilots. They come in a compact, military-spec aluminum body, meaning they can take a beating and also feel good in your hand, like your favorite socket wrench or claw hammer. They have dual-output LEDs, one white and one with four color choices to save your night vision and prevent eye-fatigue. The primary LED is 250 lumens.
Surefire might cost a little more than most lights, but how much is your safety and peace of mind worth?