Made of rugged elastic silicone and hardened glass, these filters slip over the head of the torch and are available in red, green and blue colours as well as a white diffuser. Suitable for torches with a 35mm head like the Klarus XT11S, XT12 and RS11.
- Constructed of rugged elastic silicone with a metal lanyard attachment and glass lens
- Available with red, green and blue coloured filters and a white diffuser
FT11 Filters are compatible with:
- Klarus XT11S 1100 lumen CREE XP-L HI rechargeable tactical LED torch
- Klarus XT12 rechargeable tactical LED torch
- Klarus RS11 930 lumen USB rechargeable tactical LED torch
- Klarus XT11 XM-L2 820 lumen tactical LED torch 2014
Should be compatible with other 34.5-35.5mm torches.
Please Note: Descriptions for each filter are provided below, please select the colour from the options (below).
FT11-R - Red Filter
Red light is generally used for protecting your natural night vision. Used by aircraft personnel, the military and hunters to avoid spooking game, deer and other animals that see very poorly in the red colour spectrum, also ideal for fishing as it attracts young fish and does not reflect off the water surface. The filter is also useful for close range, non-tactical applications such as map reading as it reduces the intensity of light output. However, it is close to an infra-red band so an enemy with a night-vision device has a better chance of seeing the "hot-spot".
FT11-G - Green Filter
Greenlight is especially useful in sharpening outlines. The human eye is most sensitive to the green range of light, it's the brightest of all the colours but this also makes it easier for others to see you. For self-protection it provides an added glare effect and is invisible to wild animals. Greenlight also does not attract insects like white or yellow light does. It is also useful in smoke or fog-filled environments.
FT11-B - Blue Filter
Blue is well suited for use in law enforcement as it increases the visibility of sweat and blood. It also aids in the tracking of animals. But is not as good at protecting your own natural night vision. The filter is also useful for close range, non-tactical applications such as map reading as it reduces the intensity of light output.