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Thread: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

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    Unenlightened
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    Default Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    Would like a medium EDC LED for night ops such as checking down powerlines, exterior incident command, search and rescue.

    I all ready have a couple of Streamlight's Survivor LED Flashlights so it doesn't need to be haz-mat friendly.

    I've got a Elzetta ZFL M60 but I would like to go with a little more lumens.

    Looking hard at the Sunwayman T20CS XM-L U2 LED 658 Lumen.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Flashaholic* madecov's Avatar
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    Default Re: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    Klarus XT-11
    Xtar TZ58
    Crelant V9T6
    4 Sevens maelstrom G7
    EagleTac G25C2

    You should be able to get 650+ lumens from any of the better XML-U2 lights.
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    Default Re: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    Olight M21X
    Although a larger sized light would be much better for search and recue.

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    Default Re: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    SKY RAY KING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Trust me. Its insane. Wakes up drunks faster than nasal narcan. Great distance, super bright, and cops are jealous of it. Only thing is you need 18650 batteries. Nitecore EA4 is priced simlar, not as bright but uses AA's. Your call

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    Default Re: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    Whatever flashlight you decide on, you'll need to ceratoke it orange.
    ORANGE

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    Default Re: Recommend a EDC for Fire / Rescue Ops.

    I just got a Surefire P2X Fury. 500 real lumens on high mode, and very floody, and it has a very floody and useful low mode that lasts forever on a set of batteries.

    I'm using it anytime I really need to light up an area outside and it's working great after a week of testing.

    Quote Originally Posted by jaycyu View Post
    Whatever flashlight you decide on, you'll need to ceratoke it orange.
    ORANGE
    Or tie some orange, reflective paracord to it.

    This goes for any expensive knives you use 'out there' as well.
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