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22 High-Quality Flashlight, Headlamp, & Lighting Brands Made in the USA!

By Matt Mullins   updated July 1, 2020
 

If you’re searching for what headlamps and flashlights are made in the USA then you’ve come to the right place. Here I’ve researched and compiled a directory to all of the American made lighting brands I could find. If you’re looking for personal recommendations then check out our top flashlights and best headlamps pages.

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Baja Designs

Elzetta

First Light USA

HDS Systems

Inforce

Koehler Brightstar

  • www.flashlight.com – Industrial grade polymer flashlights with various certifications for hazardous work conditions such as mining. Koehler flashlights are made in the USA but their headlamps are not.

Light & Motion

  • www.lightandmotion.com – A variety of high quality lights.  I own and recommend their Vis 360 bike light and Vis Pro 600 headlamp.

Maglite

Malkoff Devices

  • www.malkoffdevices.com – Premium flashlights and drop in LED assemblies for Surefire, Maglite, and Streamlight flashlights.

Ogaz/TnC Products

Oveready

  • www.oveready.com – Premium quality flashlights.  Retailer of multiple other brands. 

Phantom Products

Photon (Micro Light)

Peak LED Solutions

Pelican

  • www.pelican.com – They have a variety of waterproof flashlights but only some of the plastic handled models are American built.

Princeton Tec

  • www.princetontec.com – Headlamps, flashlights and lanterns.  I own and highly recommend the Apex, Sync, Axis headlamps.

Prometheus

Streamlight

  • www.streamlight.com – Some of their top tier lights like the Stinger and Strion series are assembled in the USA but most of their items are made overseas.

Surefire

  • www.surefire.com – Premium performance flashlights, headlamps, weapon lights, batteries, etc.

Tektite

Texas Lumens

Underwater Kinetics

  • www.uwk.com – Their plastic housing flashlights are built in the USA.
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