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EMI Flashback Five LED Light Baton

SKU: W-EMI-2010//Mixed Availability


The Brilliance of a Light Bar, the Size of a Flashlight - More Versatile Than Both.

Advanced LED and reflector technology makes it one of the brightest, most versatile portable signal lights available.
Its five stage switch provides red, blue, red/blue alternating, red/blue blend and a flashlight selection. The 20 brilliant LEDs can be seen for up to 1 mile and provides 300 hours of continuous flashing! The Flashback Five™ can be used as a signal light, a vehicle warning light (with its built in magnetic mount tailcap – placement can be anywhere on vehicle) or as an "on-the-scene" dash or deck light.

  • 20 LEDs, multiple color & flash combinations
  • Operates up to 72 hours on 4 AA batteries
  • Provides 300 hours of continuous flashing
  • 5-stage switch: red, blue, red/blue alternating, red/blue blend, white flashlight
  • Can be seen up to 1 mile in all directions
  • Ensures visibility day or night, in any weather
  • Magnetic tailcap base mounts on vehicles
  • Weather-resistant high-impact ABS plastic body
  • Non-slip grip with belt clip and wrist strap
  • Ideal for police, EMS, fire, 1st responders or civilian emergency use
Flashback Five’s 360 degrees of light dispersion ensures your visibility day or night, in rain, fog or snow. Its weather resistant body is made of high impact ABS plastic and operates up to 72 hours on 4 AA batteries. Flashback Five™ also has a non-slip textured grip with a built-in belt clip and wrist strap. The EMI Flashback Five™ is ideal for police, fire, EMS, and other first responders. It is also an excellent emergency warning and safety light for civilian use.

  • Length: 13.5” long
  • Weight: Approx. 1lb.

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Some Good some needs work


It's super handy, just click and use. The switch is easily tripped esp. in storage, is exposed and is light duty at best. Do a switch like a mag light and put a crown around it so it isn't tripped so easily. Have discovered wasted batteries a coupla times already because the switch got tripped when the box got squeezed. The battery box is clumsy, exposed wiring susceptible to twisting and damage, and doesn't make for quick changes in the field. Needs complete re-thinking.