ApeSurvival StrikeLight Review: Hands-On Experience

Contents0.1 Presenting the latest in materials science and engineering! 0.2 For when you need to break a window, not your phone. 0.3 That perfect photo deserves the frame.0.4 Keep your hands free for texting and driving. 0.5 The …

Presenting the latest in materials science and engineering! 

The ApeSurvival StrikeLight is a compact, lightweight, and durable survival tool. It provides up to 180 hours of continuous light on just one set of 4 AA batteries. I was lucky enough to get my hands on this product before it hit the market for review. When I first got it out of the box, I noticed how simple and sleek it looked. The design is minimalistic with only two buttons; one for turning the flashlight on or off and another button that cycles through three different modes: high beam (100 lumens), low beam (10 lumens) or strobe mode. This makes the device easy to use without having to fumble around in the dark trying to find a switch or read directions while you’re

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For when you need to break a window, not your phone. 

The Strikelight by ApeSurvival is a high-tech device designed to offer three main functions: flashlight, impact tool, and glass breaker. It’s made of aluminium alloy with an anti-slip rubber grip for easy handling during use in wet conditions or when the user is wearing gloves. The aluminum construction ensures that this multipurpose piece will last through years worth of abuse on top being waterproof up to 3 meters underwater! When it comes time to power these gadgets down there are two options available depending on your needs; headlamp mode which offers powerful light at night while still allowing you full hands free usage including climbing trees thanks its convenient elastic strap mount attachment point located just below the bezel (flash) button as

This is one of the best self-defense tools you can buy. Strikelight has a sturdy frame made from aircraft grade aluminum, which means it’s lightweight and rustproof, but still strong enough to withstand impact. The adjustable focus lens gives this tool versatility in both close range combat or long distance targeting–just tap the side for an instant zoom change! Three different light modes give more control over visibility when exploring dark spaces: full beam mode emits blinding illumination; half beam provides medium intensity with reduced glare; strobe aids special forces teams during covert missions by creating confusion among opponents while providing short bursts of intense white flashes that will incapacitate vision momentarily if caught directly on retina at high intensities

That perfect photo deserves the frame.

The Strikelight has a unique design that includes three different modes: high beam, low beam, and strobe. The combination of flashlight mode (high or low) with the dual-purpose striking area on top for either gripping or as another attacking surface makes it perfect to use in any situation where you need illumination but also some form of protection from an attacker who may be nearby; its glass breaker is designed to break through car windows too!

Keep your hands free for texting and driving. 

The flashlight has four different light modes, and the button cycles through them. The highest mode is a blinding 160 lumens that can illuminate an entire room at night or alert you of someone in your house while it’s dark outside. With its adjustable zoom feature on top of this immense power output, I don’t think there will be any need to worry about not being able to see what needs attention when things get tough!

The zoom on this flashlight is not for the faint of heart. It has a focus that will make your eyes water and an ultra-sensitive button which I found frustrating, but handy when you need to change modes in a hurry. The glass breaker at the bottom also caught my attention because it doesn’t form into one sharp point like most other tools; instead it’s more rounded–almost reminiscent of ball bearing!

The Light makes it easy to charge your phone wire-free and without a cord, so you can get more done on the go.

I was a bit disappointed that I had no windows to smash, but luckily for me one of the buildings on campus had been abandoned. It gave me an opportunity to practice my aim with some glass bottles. The first time I tried it out nothing happened-the Strikelight just slid off and didn’t break anything at all! But when you’re wearing proper PPE (personal protective equipment) there’s always another way around things: so after giving up on smashing any more glass bottles through brute force, I grabbed two sturdy sticks instead and proceeded by tapping away at them like drums until they broke into pieces small enough not to be a risk anymore.

Now, this could be in part because I was using a rounded bottle instead of a flat piece of glass. Or it could have been because the glass breaker is rounder than other ones ive used before. Either way my arm did get tired after two or three rounds but that might just be from not being use to such an investment tool yet! Impact Tool has also designed their light with accessibility and durability in mind by making these features adjustable so you can find your perfect length for breaking those pesky bottles without any hassle whatsoever

This is not your dad’s screwdriver.

The lightest and longest part of the frame is a series of points, which provide for large striking surfaces. I tested this out by using two different materials: canvas with plastic barrel in order to see how they fared against each other; unsurprisingly, my hand rotated when there was no grip on the handle – but what surprised me most about this Fenix flashlight? The button would be depressed whenever you needed it or not!

The first issue with this product is that when the light has been used as an impact tool, extension tube can disengage and shoot forward. This causes efficiency to suffer because you are always having to readjust it while fighting your opponent or fixing something in need of repair. The second major problem was there were a lot of rattling sounds coming from my flashlight while I was using it for its intended purpose (i.e., illumination). Most likely, these rattle noises were caused by the spring found inside LED compartment but also seemed like they came from battery compartment somewhere too – probably just some loose wires around screws where batteries attach themselves?

The only ruler you’ll ever need.

The second main flaw is how frequently people have had issues with their extender not locking into place properly which

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When you’re in the dark, a flashlight can be your best friend. For its light to reach where it needs to go and make sure all of that darkness stays at bay, it has an important piece: the lens. It’s receded about quarter inch from these six points which are not sharp but for impact purposes on flat surfaces such as work tables like mine! I put this little guy through some testing with my table and they left me nice indentations – let’s hope nothing else does too much damage if something would happen during those moments when we need them most!

This rim can be unscrewed and both it and the lens can be removed. If you do this, carefully take out a large spring that is underneath these screws before removing anything else from inside of your flashlight. You might want to remove all parts for better cleaning or storage purposes; however, keep in mind that if you’re going to use this as an impact weapon like I did on my desk – then leaving certain pieces attached would make more sense!

It’s not the device, it’s how you use it.

If the beveled rim was unscrewed quickly and repeatedly, I can see it popping off with a spring. The wrist wrap is located near the handle of this flashlight just above four holes where you attach it to each ring by a metal swivel clip. It’s smooth like silk but too small for my hand so when I put through there wasn’t much grip on that handle!

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I must say that the flashlight is not as bright after I put it through a barrage of tough tests. The strap could be better too, and I would suggest replacing with something more durable like paracord.

No matter where you are, there’s light.

The Strikelight is a one-of-a-kind light that has more than just the traditional flashlight function. It also doubles as an impact tool, glass breaker and emergency wrench all in one handy device to keep on your person at all times. The best part? You can adjust it from 14 inches to 18 inches depending on what you need for any given situation! One downside though is its location of where it attaches around your wrist; located right by the elbow joint when flexed means if bumped or shaken enough I found my arm bumping against this rigid strap which made wearing this uncomfortable after some time spent with testing out different things like hitting metal posts until they broke open (which didn’t take too long). Another con was how hard

I had mixed feelings about the StrikeLight. I was excited to try it out because of its size and environmentally friendly design, but unfortunately there were too many negatives that weren’t worth overlooking. After using this flashlight on a few occasions for different purposes, my opinion didn’t change much- The operation wasn’t intuitive enough to use without reading up first or even consulting YouTube videos (I’m guessing you’re not supposed to just open your mouth while shining light in?!), it takes more energy than expected from the AA batteries when trying an emergency flash mode with two hands, removing three caps is annoying and seems pointless given how quickly they go missing anyways…

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