At first i was skeptical about buying a high lumen flashlight for airsoft purposes. That skepticism quickly went out the door when this thing came through mine. First off, the packaging is GREAT on this, top-of-the-line in all honesty. They could've put it in a hardshell case but the annodized alluminum body on this makes it 1. damn near unbreakable, and 2. lightweight so you're not pilling pointless weight on your platform. It comes with an exteremly nice mount, and TWO, yes TWO, different pressure pads, a botton for quick on/off that can be screwed in completely to make a constant on/off (if you purchase this, you will see exactly what i'm talking about), and a vertical grip pressure pad mount. Also, instead of giving you the tact elastic band to go around your vertical grip, they give you velco with sticky sides for a clean look and a QD feature. Also, the integrated rechargable Li-Ion battery is great. i leave mine on for 30 minutes at a time, it'll last me hours. 2200mAh at your disposal. Now onto brightness, this thing surprised me. Actually i was astounded. This is THEE brightest flashlight I've handled with the exception of a few Surefire LED flashlights. This thing will blind your enemy, traces your bb's flawlessly, and put intimidation in the heads of all other players. I try gettings my friends to stare into the slight, they said they'd rather stare into the sun.
Extremely tough body,
Lightweight for being as big as it is,
Packaging is top of the line,
One of the brightest flashlights i've put my hands on,
Mount is extremely heavy duty,
Comes with two different pressure pads,
2200Mah Li-Ion battery,
Rechargable battery with a Charger,
Quick charge time, (30 minutes and you're good),
Long battery life,
Traces your bb's perfectly,
Looks intimidating as crap.
The lens protecting the bulb is plastic, but it's not thin plastic. There is always of chance of plastic failing, but i don't see this thing getting shot out anytime soon. Even if it did a replacement bulb and/or lens can't be too awfully expensive. I'd say no more than $30 from expirence.