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Veridian X5L

According to the company, the all-new X5L is the leanest, brightest, tightest light and laser combo in the world.

The Veridian X5L is back and better than before. According to the company, the all-new X5L is the leanest, brightest, tightest light and laser combo in the world. It features a 154 lumen, large-optic LED taclight with focused beam and 187-lumen strobe.

An arsenal of custom modes lets users preprogram tactics and then adjust modes on the fly.


Constructed of 6061 aluminum and Zytel polymer, the full-sized unit weighs 3.3 ounces and measures 2.84x1.37x1.45 inches. Its CR123A lithium battery provides 10+ hours of laser run time.

www.ViridianGreenLaser.com


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