Off to the left of Alex Svetlovics’ pocket dump you’ll [barely] see his ThruNite Ti4 CW lm Compact LED Penlight. I’m not linking to it because everydaycarry.com makes their money through affiliate links with suppliers. But I’ll say this about the light . . .
I love my blindingly bright two function (on and off) Surefire flashlight. But it’s too heavy and bulky to add to my standard front pocket load of wallet, keys, spare mag and knife. With room (or not) for sunglasses.
A .32 ounce pen-thin flashlight that kicks out 252 lumens for 137 hours? Bring it on!
The price — $40 — not so much. Especially as batteries aren’t included.
Still, as our man Jeff Gonzales has written in these e-pages, a flashlight is an essential bit of kit for self-defense. And helps you find stuff that falls down the black hole between the front seats of you car and the center console.
And according to the Amazonian product page, you can use the ThruNite Ti4 CW lm Compact LED Penlight as an endoscope. How great is that?