To the Entire Brite-Strike Team,
I’ve been carrying a Rechargeable Blue Dot for the past year and a half as a college student in NYC, where we can’t carry weapons of any kind. Since August 2010, I’ve also used a ROTO-LOC holster for the light. I’ve owned many lights, from Mag-Lites to INOVA tactical lights. From weight to ease of use to ergonomics to durability, the Blue Dot is FAR superior. I both look forward to and plan to continue my relationship with Brite-Strike Technologies, with the possible investment in more lights as secondary to my Rechargeable Blue Dot.,,As a person who is VERY critical of quality, features, reliability and durability of EVERY single piece of equipment he uses, I am EXTREMELY PLEASED with Brite-Strike.,,A (belated) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
P.S. Thank you so much for your EXCELLENT customer service!!!!!
I have to tell you folks a BIG thank you for your incredible customer support and just the super speed in getting the light and fixing it, that’s just better than perfect! I have to say your customer care rates as among the best if not THE best! I will see what happens with the light in the next 6 months or so, but I sure hope that it’s fixed. That EPLI is beautifully made and I cannot understand how it keeps messing up. I sure don’t abuse my tools, especially ones that cost that much (at least in flashlight terms it’s a lot-for me) Thank you so much, and I will certainly tell everyone about your awesome service! Sincerely yours Frank
To whom it may concern. This is by far the best flashlight I’ve ever owned. I’ve had it about 4 months and it’s in my pocket or backpack anywhere I go. I’ve recommended you guys to most all my family and friends and they are just as happy with the performance. Keep up the great work and thanks for making such a great product.
My name is Matthew and i recently received the tactical blue-dot flashlight you were kind enough to send me over in Iraq. I would like to start off by saying this is by far the most Superior tactical light i have come across and had the pleasure of using. The Army issues the Z2 combat light made by surefire and now having used both theirs and yours i can honestly say yours is the better product. I have your blue-dot light mounted on my M-4 with a CAA taclight mount, the compact size of the light allows for more room between my foreword handgrip and the light making handling of my weapon and the use of the taclight alot easier, where as the surefires often come in different sizes which sometimes consume the entire rail of the grip. I was amazed when i first turned the blue-dot taclight on at how (brite) and powerful it was the 198 lumen’s really is flawless and extraordinary, giving me a much greater advantage when entering and clearing a house in limited visibility. Another feature i really like is the front and rear strike crowns, though it is mounted on my weapon the ergonomic grip is great for hand held use.
As a combat soldier i must say the blue-dot series taclight is the new leader in tactical flashlights and its setting a new, higher standard. It should be a must for every soldier and police officer.
Again i would like to emphasize my appreciation for sending me this light and making such a Superior product, the thought process and considerations that went into this light are amazing and will someday be an asset for all military and civilian forces. Also looking at your website i can say this was a well thought out line of products and and all your lights such as the RID3tacballs are brilliant idea.
I will send pictures of my weapon with the light i you would like, also my apologies for taking this long to give my feedback, things have been tense here the last few days.
United States Army
Just thought I’d drop a line about my Brite-strike. I am not in law enforcement, but carry it for self defense if needed since I live in Illinois where concealed carry weapons are not allowed. I own several Surefires, but the Brite-strike is far above those in my opinion. I like the strobe, and the tailswitch placement is good. A little hard to turn on, but I like the feather touch switching between functions. That would be easier to use in a stressful situation. I also like the placement of the pocket clip, and so far I haven’t seen any other manufacturer putting it on the rear. It sits in a front pocket better without the huge lamp end sticking out, and when you grab it, it’s just more natural to pull it out with your thumb already on the switch and not have to flip the light around and risk dropping it. This thing is also built like a tank, I hope you sell a million of ’em. Thank you.