Company to Sponsor Brown Appearance at AAPEX Conference in Las Vegas, 11/1-2
November 2, 2016
Streamlight® Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting tools, announced it has teamed with Antron Brown, an American drag racer and back-to-back winner of the 2016 and 2015 Top Fuel World Championships. Brown, who also won the same title in 2012, is currently driving the Matco Tools Toyota for Don Schumacher Racing in the National Hot Rod Association’s (NHRA) Top Fuel division. He holds a total of 55 event titles.
Contestants to submit photo of favorite Streamlight product
September 9, 2016
Streamlight®, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance flashlight products, today launched a “My Favorite Hunting or Fishing Lighting Tool” Facebook contest for hunting and fishing enthusiasts, in honor of National Hunting and Fishing (NHF) Day on September 24, 2016. NHF is an annual celebration to spotlight these outdoor traditions and serves as a reminder to conserve natural resources.
Industry first 45 degree angled floodlight adds safety to convenience at first responder sensitive price
August 20, 2015
The new Nightstick NSP-4650B Dual-Light™ Flashlight for ambidextrous side-brim mounting on firefighter helmets is in one step providing several major advances in the performance, abilities and agility and doing so at a lower price than older, single purpose flashlight alternatives.
Streamlight® Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting and weapon light/laser sighting devices, debuted its growing line of High Lumen (HL) flashlight models at Booth 12562 at the National Shooting Sport Foundation’s 2013 SHOT Show, January 15-18, in Las Vegas.
Pelican Products has introduced the Pelican 1910 and 1920 LED flashlights as tough-as-nails, bright illumination for glove compartments, travel bags, tool kits and anyone who needs a powerful and compact LED flashlight.
Now On Demand! Manufacturers of flashlights intended for use in hazardous environments must take special precautions in the design of their products to reduce the likelihood of a hazardous substance ignition taking place. Their flashlights must also pass a series of rigorous tests, conducted by recognized safety certification organizations, before being certified for use in potentially hazardous environments.