First Light TORQ MED Tactical Light

Vendor: First Light
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Providing a full spectrum of functionality, The TORQ tactical light from First Light is designed for the military operator seeking performance and durability in a general-purpose lighting tool. Utilizing two-AA batteries, the TORQ features 155 lumens of light, a 320º rotating head, and interchangeable side panels allowing customization for a wide range of accessories. Its construction from proprietary polymers and ergonomically superior design are built for performance and usability in the roughest situations. Featuring First-Light USA’s patented finger loop system and mounting options for hands-free use,

TORQ lights are built for performance and usability.Built for superior hand-control, TORQ provides access to the entire control panel with just your thumb. An ergonomically designed grip allows for maximum use of your hand while still maintaining control of the light. The unique finger loop allows you to load, reload, and clear your weapon without releasing the light

The TORQ MED casts white light illumination plus secondary colors of red, green, and red+green mix. Excellent for wound identification and treatment; Also produces momentary output, three intensity levels of constant-on, lock-out mode, and disorienting strobe for tactical situations. Red, green, and white safety beacon. Coyote Brown.


  • TORQ MED Tactical Flashlight
  • Two AA Batteries
  • TRS MOLLE Blade Mount
  • Retention System Finger Loop
  • User Manual
  • Five year Warranty
  • Maximum White Light Output: 155 lumens*
  • Runtime: 10 hours
  • 320 Degree Rotating Head
  • Waterproof (1 meter)
  • Constructed from Proprietary Polymers 

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