Green Laser And Red Laser Tactical Lights
Olight's Best Seller, Baldr Mini, and new release product of the Baldr Series are both small tactical lights. Which one do you like best?
The BALDR Mini is an ultra-compact weapon mounted light with white light and green beam combo, integrating the compatibility of the PL-Mini 2 tactical light and the accuracy of the BALDR Pro tactical light. Two types of rail adapters are provided to fit both Glock and Picatinny rails. Featuring an adjustable sliding rail, the tactical light can be easily adjusted forward and backward into the position that suits you the best. Though at a compact form factor, it delivers 600 lumens of bright white light, along with a highly visible green beam for greater accuracy. You can select between white light, green beam, or green beam & white light combined. The BALDR Mini is powered by a built-in lithium polymer battery, which can be charged through our signature magnetic charging port for extended runtime. The quick attachment and release mount and the slim switch make this tactical light extremely easy to manipulate for everyone.
Baldr RL Mini Tactical Light
The Baldr RL Mini weapon-mounted light is the red beam version of the Baldr Mini, integrating the adjustable compatibility of the PL-Mini 2 and the accuracy of the Baldr RL. The patented sliding rail mount allows the light to be easily adjusted to a position that even fits the subcompacts. With our Olight quick installation system, you can attach and release the light in seconds for instant activation. The Baldr RL Mini comes standard with both a Glock and a Picatinny rail adapter to meet your specific needs. Even with a compact form factor, this weapon-mounted light delivers a booming 600-lumen bright white light, along with a red beam for increased accuracy. The Baldr RL Mini is powered by a built-in lithium polymer battery, which is magnetically charged for extended runtime and maximum convenience. This precise, quick, compact and adjustable weapon-mounted light is the perfect addition to your subcompacts.
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