Aviation Flashlights-Cockpit Lighting

Pilots Need a Better Flashlight

We recommend having a flashlight (or two) available for all night operations—it is essential equipment. To help you sort through the different types available, we’ve prepared this brief list of features to consider when buying a flashlight:

  • Exterior preflight inspections are best performed with white light for maximum area lighting.
  • For lighting in the cockpit (including chart lighting), a red light will preserve night vision far better than white light.
  • In an emergency, the brightest light you can buy (regardless of color) will be most useful.

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  1. Smith & Wesson Captain's Flashlight
  2. Smith & Wesson Hands Free LED Light and Captain’s LED Flashlight
  3. White
  4. Rechargeable Tactical Flashlight
    $14.95
    This Tactical Flashlight is rechargeable, and the brightness and quality exceed that of flashlights costing much more. Learn More
  5. Coast Low-Profile Red/White Head Lamp
    $39.95
    The Low-Profile Red/White Head Lamp is great for flying. Its Utility Beam Optic produces a diffused beam best suited for up close work. Independent switches for the red and white lights are perfectly suited for pilots. The headlamp comes with an IPX4 weatherproof rating and safety reflective strap, making it perfect for any cockpit or rugged environment you may find yourself.

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  6. Dual Color LED Flashlight

    Regular Price: $49.95

    Special Price $33.95

  7. Ultimate Pilot Pen Light
  8. Double Duty Flashlight (Red/White)
  9. Four Color Flashlight
  10. Smith & Wesson® Hands Free LED Flashlight

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