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Picture of Lanyard for a Surefire or similar flashlight
When I got my Surefire from ebay, i was very happy with this tool of illumination, though not very happy with the price of its equipment.
So i thought about some ways of not spending all my money on gimmicks but using my brain first.

Look at what happened!

Step 1: What you need:

Picture of What you need:
- a Surefire or similar lamp
- some weldingg wire
- some (combination) pliers (not in this Picture)

Remove tailcap and batteries.
 
jrewing4 years ago
You could solder the ends with tin
emclean7 years ago
is the tail cap still water tight?
Ubbo (author)  emclean7 years ago
Yes. There is no change in design. If it was waterproof before, than it is still know. I just found a way to do it myself, than to order it from the U.S.
3366carlos7 years ago
nice idea. will the hook open up if the lamp gets stuck somewhere? maybe a risk for losing your flash light.
Ubbo (author)  3366carlos7 years ago
I think the paracord is tough enough to painfully remind you of a stuck lamp, before you bend up the ring wide enough to let it slip. And a crash thats hard enough to break the wire would damage the lamp too, so be careful! :-)
theburn77 years ago
How good is that flashlight
the lights are very good, the customer service is better.
Ubbo (author)  theburn77 years ago
I do like it very much. Its bright, its handy and its very lightweight, due to the nitrolon hull. A guy from the German Military Police told me its "one of the best lights available for small money." It gets the job done!
LinuxH4x0r7 years ago
How is this green?
the color, duh
Ubbo (author)  LinuxH4x0r7 years ago
it saves a purchase from the web, thus saving an airmail package to Germany, thus saving a lot of fuel and by the way: all items are recycled, except the flashlight!
LinuxH4x0r Ubbo7 years ago
Meh.