Earlier today Elzetta Design announced a new addition to their product lineup, the Elzetta Bones Flashlight. The Bones is priced at $145 and appears to have the same performance and general physical dimensions as the more expensive Elzetta Bravo (review).
All photos courtesy of Elzetta Design, LLC.
For Immediate Release
October 28, 2016
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
The Bones Flashlight is powered by a pair of CR123a lithium primary batteries but also supports 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable batteries as described in their YouTube video.
Early adopters of the new Bones flashlight will also receive a free Elzetta Bones T-shirt through October 31, 2016 or while supplies last. Visit the Elzetta website for more details and purchasing information.
It’s nice to see Elzetta offer a flashlight with 18650 support and I’m looking forward to seeing how the “natural gray” finish looks in person. I ordered one just as soon as I saw the announcement email and should get my hands on it soon, just in time for Halloween. Somehow that seems appropriate!
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Looking forward to the review!
It is Wonderful to hear about this flashlight and hear from flashlightguide.com as well. Jim, we’ve missed you.
Thank you Richard. We’re about to get back in the swing of things around here!