Tactical flashlights typically feature premium construction and components, have far higher battery power and LED illumination capabilities, and can be used to strike in self-defense situations. In other words, a tactical flashlight is nothing like the plastic one sold at the supermarket that takes three “D” batteries and emits a low-lumen light beam. ZeroHour is designed with features that compete with the best tactical flashlights on the market, including aircraft aluminum construction, stainless steel bezel, waterproof up to one meter, gold-plated internals, a CREE LED with 1,000 maximum lumen output, four levels of illumination and two safety modes, and rechargeable 18650 lithium ion batteries.
But modern safety is about more than light and defense. Standard flashlights won’t help when your mobile device goes dead in an unfamiliar place, or when you can’t charge up at home due to a power outage. ZeroHour is different than other tactical flashlights because it gives its power to you: with dual USB ports and a 10,000+mAh capacity, you will always have a portable battery back-up to plug in your key devices. A fully charged ZeroHour can power multiple