Our friends over at Battery Junction review the top flashlights that give you the best bang for your buck- or in other words, the flashlights with the highest dollar-to-lumen ratio. We’re excited to have made it number one on this list! Do you know which light it is?
It wouldn’t be the week before SHOT Show if we didn’t have 50 boxes in our office! We are excited to return for our 4th year at SHOT Show this year with a completely new look. As part of our rebranding, we have created an fresh, updated booth to reflect our new marketing efforts and
Here’s to a safe and happy holiday season to all!
Until you have become customary to it, one of the biggest questions people ask is why carry a flashlight every day? It’s not an uncommon question and until you come into that time of need. It may never have been a thought until you needed to change a tire at 2am and didn’t have a
A honest and straight forward comparison video of our popular S10 to the Zebralight SC52. Both have their advantages, but this video focuses on the differences between a CR123 and AA battery. What do you look for most in a single-cell EDC light?
We are going to World’s Toughest Mudder® 2013! World’s Toughest is Tough Mudder’s grueling 24-hour definitive obstacle race to find the world’s toughest individuals and Olight is proud to be a sponsor. We’ll be on-site November 15-17 to cheer on the 1000 participants as they complete each 5-mile lap. As part of the event, we
Our Vice President of Sales is a former marine and, needless to say, we are sincere about supporting veterans in any way we can. We recently stumbled upon a pair of former marines who were dedicating 6 months to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project and we knew we had to be involved. Adam
We are excited to announce the company’s expansion into North America with a marketing and sales office in Huntington Beach, CA. Vice President of Sales Stuart Yager and Vice President of Marketing Tara Yager will lead the development. “We are excited to be a part of the new US office. After 22 years of combined