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Energizer MOLLE Light

Also known as the Romeo, the Energizer® Hard Case® Tactical® Military Compact Vest Light is PALS compatible and relies on a single cell AA battery to produce 47 Lumens for up to 8 hours. As you can see from the photo below, the light comes with 2 removable filters (Red and Blue) that screw on in front of the lamp. Additionally, the clip will accommodate PALS webbing or similar and features magnets so that it can easily be attached to a steel pole or structural member. These lights are manufactured at Energizer’s plant in St Albans, Vermont. Additionally, Energizer guarantees that your light will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the entire life of the light.

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6 Responses to “Energizer MOLLE Light”

  1. Mike Oxbig says:

    This looks like another palstic 5 dollar light that should be on sale at Walmart. If this is anything like their other line of “tactical” that inadvertently turned on when the people did not need it to, I would steer clear, matter of fact, I would go buy something from Walmart instead.

  2. Paul says:

    That looks strangely familier. Did energizer buy Pentagon Lights? or their moldings?

    • Administrator says:

      No, Energizer has nothing to do with the new defunct Pentagon Lights. Oddly, if you make a single cell angle head flashlight, it’s going to look pretty much like this.

  3. Paul says:

    I ask because the light filter attachment looks ALOT like the pentagon lights version did.

  4. Geardo says:

    “These lights are manufactured at Energizer’s plant in St Albans, Vermont.”

    Hmm…I just received mine in the mail and it clearly says made in China on the package and there is the word China molded to the body under the lens storage area.

  5. Mama Grizzly 11 says:

    There are 2 versions of this light. CLEARLY you got a retail version and not one of the US made. The US made are for Military personnel only who buy from actual distributors through government procurement.

    If you bought it at on online retailer or a retail shop usually those guys don’t tend to care where anything is made.

    Unfortunately this is a problem with almost every single product you buy on the commercial market. Next time you go to any store, check the label where anything you buy is made. you’ll be surprised.

    This also isn’t “another cheap plastic light”, and none of the tactical lights turn on inadvertently. 99% of the time it’s user error for not understanding which button works which light. I happen to own one of each one of their tactical products, and have never had an issue once.

    It is actually pretty advanced in the functionality, and I would suggest before anyone posts comments about any gear, regardless of what it is you try it for yourself first before you post stupidity. I”m sure that manufacturers who support the warfighers would much rather get comments that can help improve gear rather than some half ass opinion.