Gerber Cortex Compact LED Flashlight
The Gerber Cortex Compact Flashlight is designed to be a discreet, everyday carry light for tactical professionals and a backup light for police officers. Running on a single Lithium CR123 battery or AA battery, the Cortex Compact allows the operator to use whatever power source is available. When powered by a CR123, the Cortex Compact provides 125 lumens of output, enough light to momentarily blind an aggressor's night-adapted vision. The Cortex Compact also provides a strobe mode for tactical applications and a low-output mode for navigation. Backed by Gerber's Lifetime Warranty and proudly built in Portland, OR.
- Bulb: Cree XPG LED
- Battery: Uses (1) CR123 or (1) AA battery (AA included)
- Material: Anodized aluminum
- Length: 4.0"
- Weight: 2.12 oz.
- Color: Black
|Gerber Cortex Compact Flashlight Performance||Light Output||Runtime|
|High Mode-AA Battery||60 Lumens||1.25 Hours|
|Low Mode-AA Battery||12 Lumens||6 Hours|
|High Mode- CR123 Battery||125 Lumens||1.5 Hours|
|Low Mode- CR123 Battery||25 Lumens||9 Hours|
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