First Look: True Tactical Kit

A lighter, a multi-tool, a knife and a flashlight are almost always useful.

posted on December 30, 2022
It's tactical!

True is now selling a practical four-piece EDC kit containing a fuel-less plasma lighter, a 6-in-1 tweezer tool, a clip light and a tactical knife. This four-piece kit not only makes a great holiday gift bundle, but is also something worth keeping in the trunk of your car for practical necessities.

The tactical folding knife included in this kit is built around a 3¼-inch 8Cr13Mov steel blade with a partially serrated and tanto blade profile with a black oxide finish. The blade locks into the handle via a frame locking system and has dual thumb studs to make opening easier. Its handle is made from stainless steel and finished in a titanium coating to match the other three pieces that make up this Tactical EDC kit. A deep carry pocket clip and integrated lanyard loop are also found in the handle.

While there's no substitute for the power of modern tactical flashlights, all the lumens in the world do you little good if you've left them in your vehicle. This is why this kit includes a compact and still useful clip light that is integrated into a carabiner. The clip light has a 47-lumen output and a titanium finish. The 6-in-1 tweezer multi-tool includes not only a pair of tweezers, but a small knife with a 2¼-inch-long black oxide blade, a flat screwdriver, bottle opener, cord cutter and a file.

The no-fuel rechargeable plasma lighter can resist winds of up to 80 mph and is water resistant to IPX6 levels. The lighter has a flexible and extendable neck that ignites things via a plasma arc. This lighter offers the same lighting ability as 300 traditional matches via its lithium polymer USB-C rechargeable battery. It is fully charged in 1.5 hours.

The TRUE Tactical Kit retails for $100. For more information on this kit or to check out more EDC gear from TRUE, please visit their website at  


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