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SHOT Show 18 – SureFire Stiletto

The new Stiletto from SureFire is a handheld light with a belt clip so that it can be carried like a knife.

Offering up to 700 lumens via a MaxVision beam, it features a tail cap button as well as a button at the top.

The rechargeable light is programmable and offers a strobe function.



14 Responses to “SHOT Show 18 – SureFire Stiletto”

  1. Brian says:

    Any ETA on availability?

  2. PPGMD says:

    Any estimated run time? MSRP?

  3. CJK1DOC says:

    Looks like a chance to fail when you don’t want to. Well look who brought a light to knife fight.

    • JR says:

      LOL, well maybe if you are one armed and one pocketed, otherwise carry it in another pocket. Funny mental picture though, “Click click…Oh crap…”

  4. Greg says:

    I really wonder how many people use the strobe function. Guess I’m talking in a general sense not exclusive to this specific flashlight.

    • pablo says:

      Exactly. And when there’s no memory and you need to cycle thru it constantly to turn it off/on it’s annoying.

  5. Meusoc says:

    … I think that I would rather carry this than wear that wrist light deal they have

  6. charlie says:


  7. Matt says:

    I handled it and I think it is pretty neat idea, and a product that will be popular. It feels different than a typical “battery tube” flashlight, pockets/carries better, and can be programmed to function to individual preferences. It can be programmed with or without strobe. Seriously, I own a lot of surefire stuff, this might relegate my handhelds to a drawer or bag. Only negative I can see is that it would not be a useful striking tool, as a standard SF light like the E2D might. The price is nice and this is a welcome refresh of the EDC light.

    • Brian says:

      Do you have any details about the micro usb: water rating, how secure the cover is, runtime/time to charge?

  8. Rob says:

    Does anybody know when this will be shipping

  9. ODG says:

    Wow…the good idea fairy is running rampant at Surefire these days ?