Maratac MAS™ ( Micro Adhesive Strobe 3 Pack )- U.S.A. / NSN
Proudly U.S.A. Made & Each Color Has A NSN - Newest Gen 2
Maratac MAS™ ( Micro Adhesive Strobe ) - Brite Strike
3 Pack ( Red / Green / White )
3 Modes Of Operation - Fast Strobe / Slow Strobe / Steady On / Off
Waterproof to 500 Ft!
The Maratac MAS - Micro Adhesive Strobe is a versatile tool used for extreme visibility and marking. Each MAS has 3M mil grade adhesive backing so you can use one for almost anything you can think of... helmet, car, pet marking, bike, first aid kit, fishing, cell phone, inside lid of a pelican box or suitcase. They are super thin and light with up to 200 hours of runtime.
Spec Sheet - MAS™
- Can be seen up to 2 miles horizontal and 3 miles from the air
- Runtime up to 200 hours
- Composite Poly Sleeve Sealed
- Size = 2 “ x 1.1” x .15
- Weight = . 15 Ounces Each
- Modes: Fast Strobe / Slow Strobe / Steady On / Off
- Heavy Duty 3M® Mil Grade Adhesive Back
- Easy-Pull Tab
- Waterproof, Dustproof & Shockproof
Also same as the FAA's Part 107 for flying UAS's 30 minutes before the official sunrise or 30 minutes after official sunset. Not only are they smaller and lighter than all of the commercially available anti-collision lights, they are also way cheaper, too.
Extremely bright and perfect size for pocket or backpack. Very bright and makes a great light and market!
These are truly impressive for the size. I ordered out of curiosity, and gave them as a tip when I went on a chartered fishing trip. Later, the recipient said he had to use them when he had electrical issues during a trip.
Two kept him legal and safe and one was used to wave/flag down another boat for help.
Great little compass for the money! County comm is the best!
I run at not so I tape the White and red one on my hat so cars can see me in the dark
I bought a couple of these packets a year ago but never made it out kayaking, as intended use -- then we had some storms here knock out power and I get creeped out in the dark when it's that stormy, trees come down around the house and I am always worried I will not have or will put down my flashlight and be unable to find it again (yes I have multiples and yes I lose them) -- this last storm, it dawned on me that I could masking-tape mount one of these just. above the light switches I use most: Red in the bathroom is bright enough I can do any basic things, find stuff in the medicine cabinet, etc; the green one I taped to my headboard and it's bright enough to help me look around for where the flashlight fell to; the white one is in the kitchen near the back door so I can grab my dog stuff and keys and run. (Also figured out when the power goes out to put on my Mountain Smith "fanny" pack and keep flashlight and back-up battery(ies) [in CC battery lockers, of course] right there so if I DO need to put the light down to. do something, it goes right in that big pocket on my hip. This last nasty storm, the trees didn't come down, and I was so much less afraid because I had light where I reached for it (man, it's a habit to flick a switch even when the power is out -- this way the wee lights are right there, too) AND I had a way to not lose my flashlight. I did buy the RA18650 light with headgear for this purpose but it's always in camping kit or the car. So now it's the TriFlood, and the AAA always clipped to a belt loop. But these little lights are bright enough to keep me from getting too anxious and since I'm renting, I don't want to use their adhesive backing - -masking tape keeps them where they need to be, right above the lightswitches. Wouldn't make a bad "night light" for kids who are afraid of the dark, if they can negotiate multiple pushing to get to the steady light after the two strobe functions.
When my dog is fully-grown and I can size him into a hiking pack harness, these lights are going to go on him as well, just like the marine lighting system.