Safariland announced today the release of the Individual Light System (ILS) series flashlights featuring a unique dual output for an instantaneous switch from low to high light on standard alkaline batteries. An extension of the popular RLS (Rapid Light System) light, the new ILS collection is comprised of two hand-held models - the ILS-1 and ILS-2. The ILS-1 is a mini hand-held light with an integral clip that can easily attach to any belt or garment while the ILS-2 is a longer hand-held light with a pocket clip for easy carry.
The ILS-1 is a hand-held mini-light with a 1” diameter (25.4 mm). It features a dual output of either 190 or 10 lumens. The output can be switched instantaneously with the push-button tailcap. There are also three small peripheral buttons on the tailcap that can be pressed for the low light option. The ILS-1 operates with three standard alkaline AAA batteries and includes an integral clip for easy attachment to a belt or garment. The flashlight face has a scalloped bezel to help dissipate heat should the light be left face down while turned on.
The ILS-2 compact light model also boasts a 1” diameter (25.4 mm) and has the same multi-button tailcap. Featuring a dual output that can be switched instantaneously from 15 lumens to 450 lumens, the ILS-2 can adjust from a wide angle to a focused light beam. This light features a removable scalloped bezel that allows for either a scalloped or flat face, depending on preference. A pocket clip is included for easy carry while a circular grip adapter assists in utilizing the light in a “between knuckles” shooting position in low-light conditions. The ILS-2 operates using six AAA batteries.
Available now, the ILS-1 has an MSRP of $98.00, while the ILS-2 has an MSRP of $120.00.