The following are just some of the positive things that our customers are saying about our flashlights.
If I remember correctly, I bought a Stylus® around 1999 and have carried it on my tool belt every working day since then. Seventeen years of service before it finally gave out and quit. Not bad at all, gentlemen. You guys make a really good product and I just wanted to take a moment and say thank you.
-- Gabe Gill from Ruston, LA
Your ProTac HL® USB is the best flashlight I've found. It’s bight enough to reach all the way down my back yard to the woods, but also can be low enough to use inside machinery. The USB recharging is great since I always carry a power pack for rechargeable items. I live in Denham Springs, Louisiana, and we were hit really hard with the non-stop rain and flooding. My light was awesome, bright enough, waterproof and working without a hiccup all the way until I lost it someplace this past weekend. I was pretty fortunate in that our house suffered minimal flooding, but my neighbors, family, and co-workers weren't so lucky. Lots of areas are still without power. Just wanted to let you know you make a wonderful product, and I fully intend to buy another ProTac HL® USB when things settle down and stores are open again.
-- Jonathan Moyer from Denham Springs, LA
I've been a volunteer firefighter for more that 15 years. I've bought many Streamlights. I also work in the restaurant repair field, doing HVAC, refrigeration and cooking equipment repairs. Yesterday, I was checking on a freezer, using my flashlight to help me in this process. I sat my flashlight down on the freezer, as I have many times, to make notes. Then it all went wrong (or so I thought). A cook bumped into the freezer and knocked my flashlight off. It slid into a fryer, which had just cooked a batch of French fries. 350-degree fry oil was consuming my flashlight! I grabbed a towel and retrieved the light. It was TOO HOT to touch. Cooling it down in a bed of ice, I then picked it up in fear it wouldn't work! I pushed the button, and BAM it came on. I tried each setting and it worked just like always. You guys are the best flashlight builders ever!
-- Mike Miller from Mount Juliet, TN
"I carry my ProTac 2AAA every day. On one day in particular it was extremely helpful. My wife went into labor and the hospital room we were in was not setup for delivery nor could the staff find the portable lighting. I was shocked when one of the nurses brought in an old flashlight (maybe 35 lumens). I pulled out my ProTac 2AAA! It gave the doctor enough light to deliver my son Owen! Thanks for a great product."
-- George Awtrey from Bartlett, TN
I was deployed for a second tour in Iraq as a Lead Vehicle Commander back in 08'-09'. One evening I noticed a mostly buried object on the approach to my vehicle. It was a Streamlight Microstream flashlight that was most likely accidentally dropped by a U.S. soldier. I carefully unearthed it from that hard-packed sandy gravel. I put in a new battery and it still functioned! I carried this Streamlight for the next 8 months through many combat patrol missions. Whenever I needed my Streamlight to preform, it stayed true and steady. When we lost all auxiliary power it was our only means of illumination. When I came home I packed it away into my deployment mementos. I recently ran across it and it still performs. This Streamlight has withstood the test of time after some 6 years of abuse. Thank you for designing and constructing a light that allowed me to pave the way for my troops no matter what difficulties we encountered.
-- SSG Mathew Behrens
One of my customers came into the office in our auto repair center and showed me a Knucklehead that had survived real torture. He's a car mechanic and after doing some repairs, he forgot his Knucklehead on the exhaust under the car he was working on. After about six months, his customer came in for service, and there was the Knucklehead, still clinging to the exhaust pipe. The owner of the car lives on a gravel road and drives the car every day. We also get a lot of snow here in Sweden and we use a lot of salt on our roads, so that light took a lot of abuse. But the Knucklehead still works!
-- Best regards, Henrik Andreasson from Stegcentralen.se Sweden
In August my brother-in-law passed away. He owned 3 Stinger flashlights. One was in its original box. The receipt showed he purchased it in 1997. It had apparently been sitting uncharged for at least 10 years. I read the pamphlet that was in the box and it said the Stinger could sit in a box for 10 years and after a 4-hour charge, it would run for a full hour. So I gave it a try. I plugged it in, charged it for four hours, and, sure enough, the light came on. I set the stopwatch on my phone to see how long the light would last; and it went strong for 1 hour and 22 minutes. Amazing! Hopefully I will be using this light 18-year-old light for another 20 years. Thanks for making a great product that I know my brother-in-law loved. It now has a new faithful home.
-- Chris Scheutzow from Athens, TN
My husband carries a Stylus Pro every day. He would not be without it; just like his pocket knife. Last summer, while mowing the lawn, he lost it. We searched the acre and half but did not find it anywhere. Over the winter, we had the most snow and ice we have had in many years – as well as heavy rains. At the beginning of this year's mowing season, my husband spotted something in the grass, which turned out to be his lost flashlight, still in the case, but covered with mud and dead grass. He was surprised to find it, but even more surprised that it still worked. He loves the bright light it gives and he is quick to recommend it to anyone. He will never be without his Streamlight Stylus Pro flashlight. Thanks for this wonder product!!!
-- Judy Stephenson from Puryear, TN
I purchased the Streamlight Nightfighter® X in 2008 and carried it with me almost every day. In December of 2014, it fell out of my pocket at a restaurant parking lot while I was going to dinner. During dinner, I realized I had dropped it, but before I could pick it up, it started snowing heavily; and it was buried. I live in upstate New York near Buffalo. So when I say it just kept on snowing and snowing from then on, you may know what I mean. My light was lost in the snow; and when the parking lot was plowed, it became further buried under mountains of snow. Now that the snow has finally melted, I stopped by the restaurant and kiddingly asked the owner if anyone had found my flashlight. Amazingly, he had it -- completely covered in mud and salt and the pocket clip was rusted. I never expected it to work. But I pressed the button and it lit! I took it all apart, cleaned it and spray painted the pocket clip black again. It functions just like it did when it was new. Just want to let you guys know you make a superb product!
-- Edward Frost from Buffalo, NY