Summary: I got this as a Christmas present for my dad who's a first responder. Its the same model they use, its ridiculously bright, and perfect for a light when doing interior fire fighting. I couldn't recommend this enough for anyone looking to get a sturdy, heavy duty service light.
Pros: Heavy duty, bright, easy to spot, easy to use
Summary: A light like the Survivor LED is essential for firefighting tasks. I used the older Survivor which was great, but this new LED is even better! I would NEVER want to be in a fire without this flashlight. Any advantage is worth the price.
Pros: Bright LED, long battery life, cuts through smoke
Summary: This little light packs a punch, with its easy to use functions one can go from bright to low light in seconds. If you find your self in need of assistance and want to change to a blinking light that function is only 3 seconds away. With its large button on top this light really is a great value for as much as it puts out. This light comes with high recommendation from the great Northwest!
Pros: SUPER BRIGHT and compact.
Cons: Top loop a little small to clip on to your bunker jacket.
Summary: We have these at work and they are excellent. I live on rural property where it gets very dark at night so this is perfect to use especially to clip it on your clothing for hands free. Has a very concentrated beam for great viewing at distances.
Summary: We had the older model at our Fire Dept. for years and I thought they were OK. I was skeptical about this light, but thought I'd try it since it's the newest, latest, greatest. I work with a guy that has the Little Ed, and we compared them one night. No comparison! This Streamlight is substantially brighter, hands down. This light is replacing a Big Ed I had attached to my bunker gear. It was too heavy and not as bright as the Streamlight.