Tactical Balls® RID-3, Rolling Illuminated Distraction and Disorientation Devices were designed for use by police officers with no specialized training to distract the perpetrator and draw attention away from the operator or home owner when an intruder is present. The Tactical Balls RID-3 are small, lightweight, water resistant and shock resistant for rugged use. They are concentric and weighted by design to wobble and spin all around when rolled or tossed into a room, then land “light up” to backlight the predator who is then distracted and can be apprehended.
Tactical Balls® RID-3 were never intended to replace flashbangs. We have a saying at Brite-Strike, that on a scale of 1 to 10, with a flashbang at a 10, we would rate the Tactical Balls® RID-3 at a 2, but a two is still twice as good as nothing! For entry to a suspected meth lab or an area that has flammable material, or for home owners who can then get their family to safety or run off the intruder, Tactical Balls® RID-3 is the answer.
Note: We get a few people once in while that ask why we did not make the Tactical Balls® RID-3 “strobe” particularly when our Tactical Touch® switch with HI/LO/Strobe is so effective. The simple answer is that you do not want to be looking at a strobe light when you enter. The spin and wobble that is built into the Tactical Balls® RID-3, creates the same effect, then stops just in time for you to make your entry into a dark room. Recommended use of the Tactical Balls® RID-3 is once they have been deployed, follow up with a microburst of light from the Brite-Strike MH switch tactical flashlight. Use the strobe for two to three increments and then stay under cover in the dark until the scene is assessed and you know what the intruder is doing. Brite-strike.com
• Max Output: 2 White LED’s (>13 000 MCD)
• Runtime: Up To 20 hours
• Modes: On/Off
• Batteries: (2 X CR2032 each light) Included
• Package Contents: 3 Tactical Balls, Batteries, and Tactical Deployment Pouch
1 Year Limited Warranty
Tactical Balls® RID-3, Rolling Illuminated Distraction and Disorientation Devices were designed for use by…
by Tactical-Life / Jan 22, 2013