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Insight W150 Tactical Weapon Light

Item#  38061
Insight W150 Tactical Weapon Light

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The Insight W150 Tactical Weapon Light is a ruggedly built LED weapon light featuring a hard-coat anodized aluminum body that is designed to fit existing M3 holsters. Its powerful 150 Lumens of stunning white light from a Cree LED powered by two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (Included) giving the WX150 just over two hours of run time.

The WX150 easily mounts to most pistol rails by using L-3 Technology's patented Adjustable Slide-Lock interface. Simply slide the unit onto the pistol's rail and lock into place with the spring-loaded latch bar. The WX150 comes with two latch bars to insure the proper fit.

Additionally, the WX150's removable backplate uses the true independent and ambidextrous rocker switch found on the XTI, giving the operator the choice of Momentary On, Constant On or Strobing modes necessary to handle any low-light tactical scenario. Toggle either side's switch down for momentary or double tap down for strobe. Locking either side up will put the WX150 into the Constant On mode. The WX150 can be locked into a Constant Strobe by tapping down once and quickly locking the switch upwards.

  • Hard-coat anodized Aluminum body
  • Cree LED
  • Requires two 3V CR123A batteries (Included)
  • PEAK OUTPUT: 150+ Lumens
  • RUN TIME: 125 minutes
  • INTERFACE OPTIONS: Adjustable Slide-Lock®
  • WATERPROOF: 1 meter/3 feet
  • DIMENSIONS: 3.20" x 1.60" x 1.50"
  • WEIGHT: 4.0 oz. w/Batteries
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in the USA

COLOR: Black

WEIGHT: 0.25 lbs.
 

Favorite Pistol Mounted Light Ever In The History of Ever!!
Have had this WX-150 light since about 2009-2010, had it on an FNP-45, now use it on my FDE 3rd Gen Glock G17 or FDE 4th Gen 34. This light is what started the standard 150+ Lumen rating as being standard as well as intro'ing the idea of a strobe as standard on a weapon mounted light. Also, not to insult the Streamlight or the Surefire, but the rocker arms are INDEPENDENT from right to left, so it's down for momentary and up for constant, and that's the same whether it be on the left side or the right side, unlike the Streamlight which has a connected bar so if momentary is up on the left and constant is down on the left, it's the other way on the right, or the Surefire which just has all four corners as constant and then you have to push IN for momentary, which is very awkward for me, so if 150+ lumens is enough for you, which for a pistol is MORE than enough, and if not for the independent rocker arm's, the Streamlight would be right up there but it is also a BIT bigger, same for the Surefire, and then if Surefire come's out with a strobe function which Streamlight does have in the 's' models, it would just be the $100 price difference, of course I'm sure that whenever Surefire releases a X300 with strobe capability (probably be the X300X2+1?) it'll give them another reason to raise their prices even more

Stephen - May 8, 2014
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InsightInsight W150 Tactical Weapon LightA ruggedly built LED weapon light featuring a hard-coat anodized aluminum body that is designed to fit existing M3 holsters.
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Favorite Pistol Mounted Light Ever In The History of Ever!!
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Have had this WX-150 light since about 2009-2010, had it on an FNP-45, now use it on my FDE 3rd Gen Glock G17 or FDE 4th Gen 34. This light is what started the standard 150+ Lumen rating as being standard as well as intro'ing the idea of a strobe as standard on a weapon mounted light. Also, not to insult the Streamlight or the Surefire, but the rocker arms are INDEPENDENT from right to left, so it's down for momentary and up for constant, and that's the same whether it be on the left side or the right side, unlike the Streamlight which has a connected bar so if momentary is up on the left and constant is down on the left, it's the other way on the right, or the Surefire which just has all four corners as constant and then you have to push IN for momentary, which is very awkward for me, so if 150+ lumens is enough for you, which for a pistol is MORE than enough, and if not for the independent rocker arm's, the Streamlight would be right up there but it is also a BIT bigger, same for the Surefire, and then if Surefire come's out with a strobe function which Streamlight does have in the 's' models, it would just be the $100 price difference, of course I'm sure that whenever Surefire releases a X300 with strobe capability (probably be the X300X2+1?) it'll give them another reason to raise their prices even more
189.99
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