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…SureFire makes killer pens?

SureFire Pen II

SureFire is a company that’s known for making blindingly bright flashlights, but they also make a line of equally tough pens to survive even the most destructive of disasters.

The SureFire Pen II features a rugged hard-annodized aerospace-grade aluminum body, easyFLOW ink cartridges and a ‘virtually indestructible’ pocket clip.

Plus, you can kill a bear with it if you really need to.

[SureFire – Pen II]

…Victorinox and Airstream have teamed up?

Victorinox Airstream

Apparently everyone is getting into the Airstream business, as Victorinox joins Mini as the latest company to introduce a custom trailer.

Built to celebrate their 125th anniversary, the Victorinox Airstream will feature a spruced up interior and a collection of Swiss Army products, including watches, flashlights, umbrellas, multi-tools, duffel bags and knife blocks.

[Airstream – Victorinox Special Edition]

[Via: Acquire]

…Left 4k Dead is an impressively small zombie shooter?

Left 4k Dead

Left 4k Dead is probably the best use of 4kb of Java code that I’ve ever seen!

The game is based on Valve’s Left 4 Dead, and plays surprisingly well for how small it is. You play as a small dot with a gun and a flashlight that must escape from an onslaught of zombies that are trying to kill you using only your wits (and your gun).

WASD keys move you around, and the mouse aims the flashlight and the gun, so the controls are rather intuitive. Plus, just like in the real game, the zombies and the powerups are randomly located inside of each level, so every time you play it’s a different game. The similarities between Left 4k Dead and Left 4 Dead don’t end there though, as you can still shoot after running out of ammo, only at half speed to simulate the pistols in the real game, and there are different types of zombies that all react differently to your presence as you walk around.

Beating a level means the game gets harder, but you also get more points for each zombie, so it’s a trade, and the goal for each level is to find the safe room which is outlined in red, so it’s a test of your survival skills as well as your shooting skills.

Are you ready?

[Left 4k Dead]

…The Torch is a bright flashlight?

The Torch

Though Wicked Lasers usually deals with, well, lasers, The Torch flashlight is part of their product line for a reason.

The Torch Example

Featuring 4,100 lumens of light, it only gets fifteen minutes to a charge, but during those minutes, you can use it to burn paper, light cigarettes, melt plastic, fry eggs, and more.

Currently being reviewed by The Guinness Book of World Records to certify it as the world’s brightest flashlight (taking over The Polarion Helios’ spot), it features a special halogen bulb, heat resistant glass lens, and a military grade aluminum case to keep everything in check.

Shine some light on the world for $299.99.

[Wicked Lasers – The Torch]

[Via: I4U News]

…The SureFire Titan light is bright?

SureFire Titan

With the release of SureFire’s limited edition Titan, a titanium LED flashlight that is the world’s first continuous variable-output LED flashlight, they needed to find a way to market this mini sun beam. What better way, it seems, than to show it off between a set of headlights?

Promotion methods aside, this $500 beauty is quite the light, with military grade build quality, the ability to select from over 1,000 possible light settings from zero to 30 lumens, and a titanium finish that makes this both strong and light. Need I say more?

(You can stop staring at the picture now)

[Surefire – Titan]

[Via: Uncrate]