UZI Introduces Powerful New Tactical Flashlights

CampCo announces a new lineup of its best-selling UZI Tactical Flashlights.

CampCo UZI Rechargeable Flashlight
CampCo UZI Rechargeable Flashlight

Los Angeles, CA –-( CampCo, an official licensee and distributor of UZI Law Enforcement Gear, is proud to announce the release of its new lineup of UZI flashlights for 2013.

Each of the eight models of UZI flashlights has its own combination of features and an attractive, solid design that make it a proud addition to the legendary UZI brand.

One of the most popular of the new lights is the UZI Aluminum Torch (UZI-TFL-7387). This 130 Lumen flashlight is made from shatter resistant tough anodized aluminum. The overall length of the torch is 16cm and it retails for $29.95.

The water resistant and shock proof UZI Rechargeable Flashlight (UZI-TFL-7363) is one of the best selling new models. With 350 Lumens output and an MSRP of $89.95, this flashlight offers a great value and high visibility for any mission.

According to CampCo CEO Motti Slodowitz, “Our UZI flashlights are the best value available on the market. Don’t be discouraged by their low cost, these tactical lights provide the same output as lights five times the price and are as durable as any flashlight out there.”

The new UZI Flashlights are currently available for purchase in retail and online stores. For more information, visit

For business inquiries, or to become a dealer for UZI gear, contact CampCo at 323-766-2555, or visit and click on the “Dealer” tab.


About Campco
Campco is an established wholesale stocking master distributor of Tritium watches, knives, flashlights, law enforcement, binoculars, and outdoor and tactical gear. 2013 marks Campco’s 23rd year of service to retailers all over the world. CampCo is the official worldwide licensee for Smith & Wesson watches and Pepper Spray, and UZI and Humvee-Gear. Learn more at or visit us at our booth at SHOT Show 2014.

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In comparing this to another tactical flashlight, I am curious at to the weight, type of batteries, and estimated hours of light?