Elzetta is now offering a new bare bones flashlight, appropriately called the Bones Flashlight, that offers Elzetta performance at a lower price. The light retains Elzetta’s potted electronics (which is a large part of why their lights are so durable) and their balanced beam profile. However, the body of the light has been simplified and there are no customization options, allowing Elzetta to sell the Bones light at a lower price than their other offerings.
Elzetta Design, LLC is pleased to announce the release of our latest product; the Elzetta Bones Flashlight. As the name implies, Bones is a bare-bones flashlight with legendary Elzetta performance and durability and an always-welcomed lower price point. It produces 650 lumens and activates with a quiet bone-simple click switch. Finished in natural gray Type III hard anodizing and projecting light through a field-replaceable solid-acrylic optical lens (no reflector), Bones models join their Elzetta brethren as The Toughest Flashlights on the Planet. Made in the USA like Everything Elzetta sells. More information is available at www.ELZETTA.com
Check out the Bones Flashlight at Elzetta.com.
If you are already dropping over $100 on a light, why wouldn’t you get the real one for like $45 more? Or even the same price or less for one of the last models (Malkoff M60F), that I like more because IMO they throw a farther brighter beam?
If this “Affordable” light was sub $100 i would get why they made it…
I have more expensived Elzetta flashlight and I’m really happy with it. I have chosen flood lense which is extremely good inside of the building. I have it on my Remington 870 shotgun. New flashlight looks very interesting but still pricey.