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All Purpose Adhesive Light Strip

Brite-Strike® has just introduced their new All Purpose Adhesive Light Strip (APALS™). For such applications as marking for Close Air Support to MEDEVAC to MOUT, APALS is easy to use and helps prevent fratricide. It features 3 modes: On, Fast Strobe & Slow Strobe. APALS is self-adhesive, disposable, and boasts a 35 hour run time. Available in White, Red, Blue, Amber, Green, and IR, APALS comes in packs of 100.

www.brite-strike.com/APALS

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8 Responses to “All Purpose Adhesive Light Strip”

  1. Kris says:

    I wish these came in packs of 10. I am not willing to pay $400.00 but $40.00 is much more reasonable.

  2. Jon says:

    You can buy these in smaller amounts through some suppliers, I recently purchased 20 for testing and so far I have been very pleased with them. The run times have been well over 40 hours.

  3. Jake says:

    I recently purchased some of these and am very surprised at the quality, durability and run time. They far exceeds the description

  4. Rob says:

    These are incredible – I took them diving and marked all our locations with them. Visible forever and last much longer than a chem light. Great product

  5. Tammy says:

    These things are great. I am a retired K-9 handler and recently saw these being used on harnesses at a K-9 demonstration. I wish these were around when I was still on the job.

  6. FormerSFMedic says:

    $400 for 100 pack is the only thing on their website. Not going to buy 100. So what am I supposed to do? Anyway, looks like a great product. I’m think I could fit with velcro as well and reuse the lights in different places.

  7. Dick says:

    400.00 on a per item basis is reasonable but over packaged. I think introducing them at some hunting,fishing and Sports clubs could help divide the cost among many while being a great source for new ideas for use. The quality is incredible, only exceeded by their performance.

  8. Old Paratrooper says:

    Has anyone found these for sale by the onesy and twosy?