Combination fixed blade and torch designed for tactical use and general cutting needs.
Features 6 RED LEDs built in to the handle producing Shadowless light at the edge of the blade and saving night vision.
Red LEDs used so animals cannot see the light and visible to Human eye and night vision apparatus.
Award winning hard moulded sheath allows the knife to be used as a torch and has a cord cutting slot with built in sharpener.
A very functional and handy sheath!
Long a trusted member of tactical operations around the world, SOG readies for deployment in low light situations with this new member of the award-winning Bladelight family.
The 6 intensely bright red LED lights (three on each side of the blade) have a measured output of 20 lumens and are designed for use in conjunction with night optics needed by military or law enforcement specialists.
The fixed blade – made of 8CR13MOV stainless steel – is anchored to a glass reinforced black nylon handle.
One AAA battery will provide more than four hours of burn time for the LED lights.
- Overall Length; 23.37cm
- Blade Length; 11.43cm
- Blade Thickness; 0.38cm
- Finish; HardCased Black
- Blade Steel; 8CR13MOV Stainless
- Sheath Material; Hard Moulded Nylon
- Sheath Attachment; Belt Clip
- Sheath Colour; Black
- Illumination; 6 RED LEDs
- Brightness; 20 Lumens
- Burn Time; Up to 4.8 hours
- Power; 1 x AAA Battery
- Weight; 122 grams
NOTE; – this product is a NON -STOCKED item, hence there is a delivery delay of approximately up to 3 weeks.
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