Waterproof flashlights are the only truly ideal type of flashlight but what makes a light truly waterproof? Ameripack, maker of waterproof and dustproof shipping cases also excels at creating waterproof flashlights that meet military standards. And not only are these waterproof they're also shock and impact resistant.
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Superior waterproofing from an experienced manufacturer
Some of the features that make Ameripack's flashlights superior in waterproofing and resistance:
- Molded plastic, using thermo-molding processes similar to those used in our highly regarded shipping cases
- LED and Xenon over Halogen: As you may know from household lights, filaments are fragile and can easily break or wear out, thus killing the light bulb, whether they are jarred in impact or simply through aging.
Xenon bulbs do not rely on a filament for the production of light but rather use an electrical current channeled through xenon gas. Xenon bulbs also produce brighter light and use less energy thus increasing battery life.
LED (light emitting diode) bulbs are also used in some models of our waterproof flashlights. LED, known for its compact sizing, switching speed and extreme reliability, is also long-lasting and less susceptible to damage than halogen. LED flashlights and headlamps offer a narrow, highly focused beam of light. Similar to the Xenon, LED lights do not employ a filament.
- Integration of stainless steel with polyurethane and other waterproof plastics increases impact resistance while resisting water damage over time – even more durable than plastics.
- Rubber sheathing that augments waterproofing
Most of our flashlights are waterproof to 500 feet. Many lights are equipped for diving, with mask straps and other features integrated into the flashlight. If Ameripack's waterproof flashlights are good enough for the military, the police and other emergency workers, they should be good enough for your needs, whether that entrails diving, camping or any other civilian activity.