Oct 11, 2017 09:24 AM EDT
(VIDEO Review) Olight PL-MINI (PL MINI) Valkyrie 400 Lumen Magnetic USB Rechargeable Pistol Light for Glock, Sig Sauer, S&W plus Lumen Tactical Cable Organizer
BRIGHT AND COMPACT - World's most powerful compact rechargeable weapon light with a maximum output of 400 lumens utilizing a CREE XP-L HI CW LED. The slim and durable hard anodized body is only 1.23 inches long and weighs 2.19 ounces making it an excellent choice for concealed carry.
AMBIDEXTROUS SWITCH - Dual switches on both sides of the PL-MINI provides the user to conveniently activate the light with or without gloves.
EASY MOUNTING - The PL-MINI is compatible with both Glock and Picatinny style rail mounts and utilizes an easy to use quick-mount and detach system.
USB MAGNETIC CHARGING- The built-in rechargeable battery can be conveniently charged using the included magnetic charging cable. This charging cable incorporates a battery indicator light which will glows red while charging and turns green when charged.
PACKAGE CONTENTS - Olight PL-MINI, Picatinny (Mil-std-1913) Rail Mount, T6/T8 Socket Head Wrench, MCC350 (Magnetic Charging Cable for PL-MINI Only), Lumen Tactical Battery Organizer
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