Preview: Steiner TOR Fusion

posted on July 25, 2021

A melding of the company’s TOR Torch light and TOR Mini laser lines, the aptly named Steiner TOR Fusion is a universal rail-mounted light/laser module with a number of advanced features that today’s home defender, operator and enthusiast will want to rely on.

At the heart of Steiner’s TOR Fusion light is a 500-lumen LED that produces cool white light powered by a single CR123-style battery. In addition to the powerful light emitting diode, Steiner supplies a windage-and-elevation-adjustable laser unit—offered with either 520 nm red or 520 nm green lasers. A power drive circuit is included to ensure stable laser outpu throughout the life of the power source. Both light and laser are integrated into the Fusion’s Type III hard-anodized aluminum housing.

The TOR Fusion comes with a universal rail mount that allows the accessory to be installed aboard any pistol with a single slot of Picatinny- or Weaver-style rail. Bilateral activation paddles allow both right- and left-handed shooters to use the device, and not only can the light and laser each be configured for use individually or in tandem, but the intensity levels of both elements can be adjusted by the user.

Auto-On mode utilizes an on-board accelerometer that senses movement and position to automatically power the laser once drawn from holster or raised to the operator’s ready, or firing positions. The included Boost mode harnesses maximum available power within the unit providing one minute of continuous runtime; once expired the TOR Fusion will return to the previously set power level.

The Steiner TOR Fusion universal light/laser module retails for $400. To learn more, please visit


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