I bought that white LED light in the USA in La Jolla near San Diego, California.I am guessing made and sold outside of the USA? WjV knows?
According to Wikipedia it could not be 1992. 93 is possible, according to one article.
Impressed with 93 or 94. Though I never got why anyone would be addicted to short runtime, non wearable lighting. Probably got 1 or 2 incan lights a year, tossed them in the trunk, never, ever worked when I needed them. I wish I had been an incanaholic: maybe I would have known about the lux 1 or hds sooner, like in 2000 or 2001. Really could have saved me money. . http://www.hdssystems.com/Products/Legacy/Action1/ActionLightAIOCV.php
Before LED lights came out the incan lights I was most impressed with were Underwater Kinetics dive lights. I had several 2xAA and 2xAAA ones, plus a 4xAA and 4xC. The 4C light was very compact (the batteries were in 2x2 formation), and very bright. I still have it and it still works. It's not bright compared to modern LEDs, but still actually manages to throw quite far with its 100 CRI yellowish light.
Those dive lights were all MUCH brighter and more compact than comparable incan maglites.