NEED TO BUILD A PROFESSIONAL
Most people struggle to find the right light because they don't know what to look out for.
That's why I created a simple 3-Step Gearmap Template that's responsible for helping first responders, security, and even engineers from Universal Studios buy right light.
Without it, many will waste their time buying the wrong light and find out later they could have made a more suitable choice.
With it, they will remove all the guesswork and quickly get what they need, all based on a tested and proven template.
- MJ (Nitecore Singapore)
P.S. Use it well, share it with your team and stay safe!
Pick your Primary Light
The one light you'll use 90% of the time. Should be military grade, using 18650 or 21700 batteries.
These are the best possible power source today for high lumens and long runtime (at least 90 mins).
They work great, and provide triple the power and capacity of AA batteries. The best lights are built around these batteries.
Pick your Secondary Light
A backup (if your primary light fails), that does what your primary light can't. A headlamp, lantern or a smaller light with a different power source.
Start with lights that use AA batteries or have a different function, like headlamps.
Pick your Companion Tools
These are smaller tools to match everyday essentials like your phone and wallet.
They should cover the 3 most important areas when you’re in trouble. Or when your vision is impaired by low light.
Sight, Sound and a Force multiplier for protection.