Streamlight TLR-1 HL LED Tactical Light for Firearms, 800 Lumens Black # 69260
The TLR-1 HL provides an 800 lumen blast of light for maximum illumination while clearing a room or searching an alley. Its wide beam pattern lights up large areas so you can identify who or what is nearby.
- C4® LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime
- 800 lumens; 15,000 candela peak beam intensity; 245m beam; runs 1.75 hours
- Engineered optic produces a concentrated beam with optimum peripheral illumination
- Powered by two 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries with 10-year storage life
- Rail grip clamp system securely attaches/detaches quickly and safely with no tools and without putting your hands in front of the muzzle
- Mounts directly to handguns with Glock-style rails and to all MIL-STD-1913 (Picatinny) rails.
- Includes keys for Glock-style, Picatinny, Beretta 90two, S&W 99 and S&W TSW
- Machined aluminum sealed construction with black anodized finish
- Ambidextrous momentary/steady on/off switch
- User programmable strobe can be enabled/disabled
- Fits existing light bearing holsters
- 3.39” (8.61 cm); 4.18 oz (118.6 grams)
- Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F
- IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes
- Lithium Battery Notice under TECH DOCS
- Remote switches are available as optional accessories and must be used in conjunction with 69130 or 69161 remote door switch. All switches and door switch are sold separately. Reference TLR Accessories Brochure in DOCS/INFO tab for more information.
- Available in black, Flat Dark Earth or Flat Dark Earth Brown
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Assembled in USA
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Yes, I would buy this again
I have had a few gun lights in my time, and I prefer this one. It has a powerful light, and it doesn't stick out past the barrel on my Glocks and Sigs. It will go well with any full or carry sized weapon. It'll go on most sub-compacts as well, but it'll be a hair too long. The ad said the Streamlight 69260 tlr-1 hl didn't come with a strobe feature, but it does. Once installed, the controls are very well located. It also comes with a bunch of adapters so it fits very snug on many different types of rails. I actually put one on my AR when I happened to need it one day and it worked very well. I was surprised how well.
Great product at a great price
The CR123 powers this light well. It does add a little bit of weight to the front of your pistol, and I think (at least for me) that it helps me stay on target for the follow-up. The light is bright, and the beam is very even. It is so hopeful that if you shine it against a white wall, you may get enough bloom to impair your NV, so be prepared. Durable and my strobes even though the description says it does not. The only negative is that shiny chrome ring around the front of the light. Nothing that can't be fixed with a little black paint.
I bought two of these Streamlight 69260 tlr-1 hl lights a couple of years ago. One for myself and one for a good friend. Extremely bright with an excellent beam! Mounted it on my 10mm Glock 20 and loved it! Both of the ones I bought do have STROBE!! The battery latch on the one I kept for myself broke for some reason. I took it to an authorized dealer ( Lawmen's Supply), and in a few days, it was repaired and like new. No charge. Well worth the money.
Just This Side Of A Lightsaber!!
Being a LEO who worked a ton of night shifts, a great light was essential!! I went through several views, but since I've found the TLR-1 HL, it's the only one I'll purchase. I've outfitted three guns so far, and more are planned. Being tasked as the Armorer for my agency, I've done tons of research on a bunch of different lights and equipment. I outfitted all our AR's with the TLR-1 HPL. Between these two lights, you CAN'T go wrong. They're also pretty easy on battery usage, only going through a couple of CR123s a year. Easy to use, long-lasting, extremely reliable... I can keep going, but I think you realize by now, I like this light! Purchase the TLR-1 HL and you won't be sorry!
jack of all trades...
First, let me preface this review by saying that I have one of these little powerhouses on one AR and three handguns (got the first three from another dealer and last one here). Like previous reviewers have stated, the Streamlight tlr-1 hl 800 lumen is indeed spectacularly bright for a light of its size. The throw is decent, and the flood is quite respectable compared with some of the current, comparable lights on the market. However, my issue is not with the light-throwing aspect, but rather the actual design of the body/housing itself. There are not many acute edges on these, and certainly, none that have not been "de-horned" to some extent, but the overall lines of the body, switch, and bezel do not flow together and thus find a way to catch on the insides of my EDC bag, 3-day pack, etc. The cantilever style switch protrudes enough that I regularly find the light on or drained from sitting in a bag for just a few hours, having caught on some nylon or cotton canvas. These lights are great little lights if you employ them with tact and common sense, but fall short in the design category. I like them in the MOUT town and kill-houses I regularly train in, not so much at home. The sidearm mounted lights will be replaced once somebody releases a light as capable as the HL, but with a better thought out design. Two final notes: these lights get REAL hot after prolonged use; and kudos to Streamlight for including mounting options for multiple rail interfaces (Glock/"Universal," Mil Std-1913, SW-TSW/99 and Beretta 90two). This allows the same light to migrate between my issued weapon and my range toy with relative ease.
Outstanding Light - Does Have Strobe Feature
I have had the Streamlight 69260 TLR-1 HL for about two years. The specs on this website state this model does not have the strobe feature, but mine does. I also checked Streamlight's website, and they show this model has strobe. I have never found a better value to complete my home defense handgun (S&W M&P full frame 9mm). At this price point, this light includes the two things you need. A blinding light that will illuminate the room and the target area, and the strobe that will disorient any individual who makes eye contact with the light. I learned this while practicing in my home and inadvertently shining the light in my mirror. Wow! I don't care for lasers, so this light is everything I want at an incomparable price. In my opinion, in a defense situation in my home, I don't need or want a laser. Hit the target with the blinding light and unload all 17 rounds. Reload and repeat if necessary.
I recently purchased the Streamlight TLR-1 HL (in black). I bought this as an addition to my Sig Sauer P220R. The first thing that I noticed (aside from the fast shipping) is that it was the newer 800-lumen model. After reading the instructions and changing the key, the installation was a snap. The light stays solidly mounted to the pistol, and the controls are easily accessible as well as easy to manipulate. I haven't fired the pistol with the light mounted yet, but I am looking forward to it. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase and would recommend it.
Put this Streamlight TLR-1 HL on my lightest AR. Those 800 lumens light up the night. Strobe in the mirror in the daylight not only blinds you but will disorient you. I thought the price was too low for it to be real. The first time I lit it up proved me wrong. This thing is excellent. This rifle and light combo are going to be my go-to rig when things go bump in the dark.
The Streamlight TRL-1 HL is a great weapon light. The increase in light output from the regular TLR-1 is more than worth the cost, so if you're looking at them, definitely get the HL version. I have both the Streamlight TRL-1 HL and the Surefire X300U, and they are both remarkably similar in light output, both in intensity and spread. The Streamlight, however, is about half the cost, and I prefer the TLR-1 on my duty weapon because the switch is significantly easier to actuate so that I can use it with only one hand. This is important in a defensive situation where you may sustain an injury that disables an arm. I have had 3 TRL variants and have never experienced any issues with them on handguns, rifles, or shotguns and highly recommended.
Streamlight designs its flashlight in such a way that it is customized to a particular profession or purpose. Hunters love the Streamlight Stinger series in a compact package for their super-bright results, yet are also rechargeable and almost indestructible. Law enforcement and the shooting community love the Streamlight TLR Series bright light, toughness, and long-lasting quality. Based on the success of the Streamlight TLR-1 light, they have made several newer versions like the Streamlight TLR-2 weapon light with Laser. Now, Streamlight has produced the TLR-3, TLR-4, TLR-6, TLR-7 and TLR-8 tactical flashlights. The Streamlight stylus pro has been designed for those who need a bright LED light in difficulty reaching nooks and crannies, such as the engine interiors that mechanics need to see or the different angles of a crime scene that forensic specialists need to inspect. Whatever the specifications, Streamlight aims to provide you with the best lighting solution possible. The bottom line is this - if you want a flashlight that is there for you every shift, holds a charge all night and puts out plenty of light in police or tactical situations, you can't go wrong with a Streamlight brand light.