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Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE
Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE
Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE
Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBEStreamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE

Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE

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SKU #: ST-69210
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Intensely bright, virtually indestructible, strobing tactical light, attaches/detaches to almost any gun in seconds. Now shining brighter at 300 lumens.

The Streamlight TLR-1s Weapon Light is a lightweight, compact, lithium battery powered Gun-Mounted Tactical Light featuring the latest in shock-proof power LED technology and providing at least 2.5 hours of continuous run time.

The rail is clamp designed to rapidly attach/detach from side of weapon. The TLR-1s strobe model additionally offers a tethered battery door and latch mechanism that prevents battery door loss while providing easy battery replacement. Strobe activated on two or more momentary paddle hits for guaranteed entry into mode.

C4 LED with blinding beam (300 lumens) with optimum peripheral illumination will not break or burn out! Up to 2.5 hr. Run Time. Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of muzzle. Ambidextrous momentary/steady on-off switch, Double tap of momentary paddle within 0.4 seconds activates strobe. (TLR-1s only).

Features
  • Powered by two 3-volt CR123A lithium batteries with 10-year storage life
  • C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime
  • LED Rating: Up to 12,000 candela peak beam intensity and up to 300 lumens measured system output. Deep-dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination
  • Run Time: 2.5 hours regulated run time. Solid-state current regulation for consistent illumination level.
  • Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of muzzle
  • Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails.
  • Includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW
  • Machined aluminum sealed construction with black anodized finish
  • Ambidextrous momentary/steady on-off switch, Double tap of momentary paddle within 0.4 seconds activates strobe. (TLR-1s only)
  • Highly accurate sight repeatability when remounting
  • Weight: 4.18 oz.
  • Lithium Battery Notice under TECH DOCS
  • IPX7 rated design; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes
  • Remote switches are available as optional accessories and must be used in conjunction with 69130 remote door switch. All switches and door switch are sold separately.
  • Assembled in USA
  • Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE
    $104.99
    5 Stars based on 90 Review(s)
    Greg
    Missouri
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    awesome
    July 19, 2014
    light went on my glock 19 and i love it. no complaints and easy to use and the battery port is easy to get to
    Pros:
    everything abou this item
    Cons:
    none

    Kyle Woodward
    United States
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Light
    July 17, 2014
    Great light at a great price love it and it fits perfect

    Mike
    Lafayette, Indiana
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Bright and well built - a good value
    July 17, 2014
    Running on a Taurus 92. Brightness and build quality are very good, at a good price. No problems with it so far.
    Pros:
    Bright. Solid. Relatively inexpensive.
    Cons:
    None.

    Doug
    Columbus, OH
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Good Weapons light!
    July 17, 2014
    Works for multiple weapons systems and easy to use.
    Pros:
    Works for multiple weapons systems and easy to use.
    Cons:
    The strobe feature did not always engage...but may have been user error?

    Tyler
    Taylorsville, NC
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Light
    July 4, 2014
    Very bright light!! As a night shift officer, I can't go without my weapon light!
    Pros:
    Bright. Compact. Good Battery Life.
    Cons:
    None.

    Tegan
    Amarillo, TX
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Bright and nice price. Quick shipping.
    June 24, 2014
    Bright and nice price. Quick shipping.

    Austin
    Whatcom County, WA
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Excellent weaponlight!
    June 11, 2014
    I was so pleased with my first TLR-1s that I purchased a second. Now I have one set up to run on my Glocks and a second to run on my Sigs, so there's no need to change keys out on a single light going between different style rails. Both lights are very bright and seem greatly applicable to home defense, room clearing, or just shedding extra light on any situation that requires a firearm. I've also got Safariland 6360s for weapons carrying these lights, and those holsters work very well. If you are thinking of upgrading your duty weapon to carry a light, I'd highly recommend the Safariland 6360 with the TLR-1. It's a great, robust combination.
    Pros:
    Very bright. Strobe function is excellent and easy to select. Easy to take on and off without placing hand over muzzle. Excellent construction. Casts beam with bright center, plus enough light to the periphery to give better situational awareness.
    Cons:
    They keys are a bit of a pain to change out when switching firearms. That's why I bought two (and at this price, it's affordable)

    R Digsy
    Va Beach, VA
    3 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    My new favorite 'go to' gun light
    June 9, 2014
    Slim profile and light weight, yet rock solid construction. Mounts and works just as well on rifle foregrip picatinny as it does under railed handguns. Battery compartment latch moves smoothly opening or sealing. Compartment's door locks tight, but hinged door catches and needs a little extra maneuvering to swing free of latch when changing batteries
    Pros:
    -dual function ability
    Cons:
    -battery compartment door problematic -may take a bit of trail & error before becoming an expert at program settings of light/strobe function

    John
    United States
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    great light, great value
    June 1, 2014
    Light is easy to use. Easy to attach and detach from an S&W M&P40. Every bit as good as the surefire lights and a lot less expensive.
    Pros:
    Easy to use Great quality Price
    Cons:
    None

    Matt
    Magalia Ca.
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    awesome light
    May 22, 2014
    Terrific light high quality. Excellent customer service
    Pros:
    Easy to operate and install.
    Cons:
    None

    Gary
    Wichita, Kansas
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Streamlight TLR-1s
    May 19, 2014
    Works excellent!

    Herman
    Minnesota
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Artificial Sunlight
    May 7, 2014
    After an extensive review of this light in various scenarios, and lighting levels, while going through 3 sets of batteries in the process, I think it is time to put some thoughts into writing. First impressions of the light are good, it's small, sleek, and just plain looks good on every firearm I've tested it on. Off the bat I was thoroughly impressed with the balance of light output and battery life. 2 and a half hours of retina burning output at less than 5 ounces, simply put, that is impressive. I've attached some photos that are true to what the eye sees. These photos were taken using long exposure to precisely show the existing lighting conditions, as well as the light output of the light. Unlike most other "in action" photos you may find on the web that say "the camera just doesn't do it justice". I assure you, I've meticulously compared the photos I took to what I am actually looking at. The first photo shows a dark corridor in a machine room using only the existing overhead lighting. The second photo shows the same room in the same position as the previous with all the lights turned off. As this room is a basement room with no windows, and solid doors, there is no light bleed into the room. The final photo is with the TLR-1s turned on. It doesn't hesitate to fully illuminate the previously dark corridor. The camera was measured to be 47 feet, 4 inches from the corridor back wall. As you can see from the final picture the light has no problem throwing light a decent distance, it is also worth noting that the light offers excellent peripheral illumination. My only gripe with this light is also one of its best attributes. The light output is controlled to offer a consistent level as long as the batteries have power. While this is excellent, it has one major drawback... you've got no idea when the light is simply going to shut off. Unlike an incandescent light where the light output will taper off gradually until the battery is finally extinguished, this light simply shuts off when the battery is low. In the professional field, this can create an extremely dangerous situation. One suggestion I'd have for Streamlight is to develop a low output fail safe mode. Enough light to gently illuminate the situation, without leaving you in the dark outright. Important to note: if you have any aspirations of using this light for any defense of life situation, it is absolutely in your best interest to practice firing, drawing, etc while the light is attached to your firearm. This light is small and not very heavy, but it DOES change the firing, drawing/holstering, and handling characteristics. Safe firearm operation is every gun owner's responsibility. Doubly important note for Glock 22 and 23 users: Streamlight issued an advisory concerning the use of this light with the mentioned models. While it doesn't affect every one of the firearms of the mentioned models, they have yet to determine any rhyme or reason for the issues. What happens is the firearm experiences a stovepipe failure to extract condition. I personally experienced this on my own G22 twice. I'm not entirely sure what may be causing this just as streamlight appears to be unsure. It is important to reiterate once again that this does not affect every 22 and 23, you could try it on one firearm, have problems, then try it on the next closest serial number and have no problems at all.
    Pros:
    Machined construction allows for tight tolerances and therefore offers a bit of water resistance. Incredibly light, under 5 ounces. Sturdy mount, will not become detached when mounted properly. Includes alignment keys for firearms that use alternate rail standards. C4 Technology, a sturdier way to marry the LED and the circuit board. Simply put, your gun will break before the LED becomes detached. The TLR light platform has seen great acceptance in the law enforcement community over the years, bringing with it light bearing holsters from major manufacturers that can accommodate most firearm light combinations.
    Cons:
    Aluminum while lightweight is very soft. it wont take much to gouge the metal leaving behind a reflective crater. No warning when it is time for lights out. Not entirely made in the USA

    Andrew Robinson
    United States
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    best light
    April 28, 2014
    Works flawlessly, even on a semi auto 12ga. Comes with multiple picatiny rail size adapters. Own 4, not one problem yet after several years.
    Pros:
    Versatile, easy mounting, works great.
    Cons:
    None

    Tom
    NJ
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Love these weapon lights
    April 25, 2014
    Bought this back in January of 2013 for about $110, back when they were runnin about $99-$100. Love it got it for on my Sig P229R for home defense. Really liked and wanted it for the strobe for disorienting any would be attackers. I got it in a level III Safariland 6360 holster. I pull it out and dry fire and take it to the range and use it, still got the same batteries that came with it. Since then I've bought several Streamlight products and really don't buy anything else. Would like to get several more for other handguns, I tell everybody that's lookin for a tactical rail mounted weapons light to get this one cause they're awesome.
    Pros:
    Just a great light at a decent cost
    Cons:
    Finding a holster

    Vaughn
    Roseburg, Oregon
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great light!
    April 20, 2014
    Mounts prefect to my Kimber. I love have the strobe function along with the steady on light. I highly recommend.
    Pros:
    Strobe, light weight, rugged
    Cons:
    Only 300 Lumes would like to see it higher



    By Richard on March 11, 2013
    Will your Streamlight TLR-1s 300 Lumen Weapon Light - STROBE attach to a Springfield .45 ACP XDM pistol
    on March 11, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, the Streamlight TLR-1s will fit a Springfield XDM .45

    By Kenny on January 23, 2013
    Hi, will this fit on a Mossberg 500 tactical tri rail? And what, if any, pressure switches would work best with this? Thanks!
    on January 23, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, if the rails on your Mossberg are standard picatinny rails, this Streamlight TLR-1s will fit. The Streamlight Plug-in Remote Switches will work with the TLR weapon lights, you will preferably want model 69134 if you are mounting this on the fore end of your shotgun, they can be found at this link: http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-plug-in-remote-switches-tlr-weaponlights.html. You will also need the Streamlight battery door/switch assembly to integrate with the remote switch. Please let us know if you need anymore help.

    By Ben on January 15, 2013
    Will this fit an ar 15 rail mount
    on January 15, 2013

    Answer:
    If your AR-15 has MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rails, the TLR-1s will fit.

    By mikester_1_1@hotmail.com on May 6, 2013
    will this work on a Glock 17
    on May 6, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, the TLR-1s will fit on a Glock 17.

    By Lauren on December 22, 2012
    Is it 300lumens now? http://www.streamlight.com/product/product.aspx?pid=80
    on December 22, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, all of the shipments from here on out will be the upgraded Lumens. We will adjust the website to reflect that.

    By chris on August 13, 2013
    will this fit on a sig p229
    on August 13, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, the TLR-1s will fit on a Sig Sauer P229.

    By vic on June 28, 2013
    Is there a presure switch available?
    on June 28, 2013

    Answer:
    Yes, there is a pressure switch available for this Streamlight TLR-1s. To make the pressure switch functional with the TLR-1s, you will need the Switch Assembly Battery Door (http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-battery-door-switch-assembly-remote-connector.html). The pressure switches can be found here: http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-plug-in-remote-switches-tlr-weaponlights.html

    By Wayne on December 23, 2012
    Will this work with the glock 21 and or the Springfield xds?
    on December 23, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, as long as they have rails you will be good.

    By Stephen Cole on May 14, 2013
    Will it fit a XD9 subcompact with any issues?
    on May 14, 2013

    Answer:
    The Streamlight TLR-1s will not fit on a subcompact XD9. The rails on your XD9 are too small to to properly accommodate the TLR-1s and you will run the risk of the weaponlight falling off every time you shoot. If you would like a Streamlight Weaponlight for your gun you can purchase the TLR-3 which can be found here: http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-tlr3-led-weaponlight.html

    By Jason on June 30, 2013
    what attachment(s) do I need to put this on my 870 tactical?
    on June 30, 2013

    Answer:
    To use a TLR-1s with your Remington, you will first need to decide how you would like to mount the light, most likely you will want to purchase a forend with picatinny rails. You will also probably want a remote switch which can be found here: http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-plug-in-remote-switches-tlr-weaponlights.html (you will want to purchase part number 69134), and the remote connector: http://www.lapolicegear.com/streamlight-battery-door-switch-assembly-remote-connector.html.

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