“How many times have you used a flashlight and ended up putting it in your mouth just so you could free up your other hand?”, said Ray Valdez, CEO of Phoebus Tactical. "This is exactly why we created the Mission Light."
San Carlos, California (PRWEB) August 05, 2015
Phoebus Tactical, makers of high quality Tactical lighting equipment, today officially launched its crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for their hands free LED Mission Light.
The Mission Light is a small hands free LED light that is worn on the index finger by an adjustable silicone strap and controlled by the thumb, which turns on and off the light and switches through three separate color LED modes: red, white and blue.
“How many times have you used a flashlight and ended up putting it in your mouth just so you could free up your other hand?”, said Ray Valdez, CEO of Phoebus Tactical. “I think we have all had this happen to us more than once and that is exactly what sparked the idea to create a small, powerful LED light that could be worn on your index finger that would free up that valuable other hand.”
The Mission Light is powered by two small 1632 Lithium Ion batteries, which provide over 15 hours of intermittent use. The powerful white LED light delivers an impressive 40 LUX of output, whereas the red LED light provides 20 LUX and the blue LED light provides 10 Lux, which make them ideal for stealth applications, like hunting. It is built to last; it is both shock proof and shower proof.
The Mission Light was originally designed by an airline pilot to use in the cockpit while being able to use both hands to fly the plane. As we developed the Mission Light, it became more than a finger light for a pilot, to the most universal LED light ever made.
Doctors, nurses, law enforcement, emergency responders, car mechanics, stylists, DJs, and anyone working security and night shifts will soon find the Mission Light an irreplaceable tool. It is great for virtually anyone! Not only can the Mission Light be worn, but it can be strapped to just about anything to provide extra light where it is needed.
“Ever since I got my hands on the first prototype I can’t imagine being without my Mission Light,” said Jonas Musson, Project Manger of the Mission Light. “We have had a lot of fun coming up with different applications for the Mission Light and it seems like we find a new use just about every day. We have used it for a bicycle light, a wearable running and hiking light, attaching it to our kids to keep track of them at night and even created an awesome beer lantern when strapped to a beer bottle.”
There are a number of great rewards, from an “Early Bird” special where you can receive one of the first Mission Lights for just $10, to the “Mega Distributor Pack” where you get 350 Mission Lights, 50 in each of our seven colors for $5250 to resell.