A new, reloadable flashbang with a digital fuse promises to give law enforcement officers and war-fighters a crucial tactical advantage when it comes to close-quarters combat (CQC).

Liberty Dynamic has been working on the Enhanced Diversionary Device (EDD) for more than four years. According to the manufacturer, their flashbangs are superior to current products for a number of reasons. First, they are reloadable, which reduces overall operating costs of units. Second, since they are reloadable, they can be used more during training, thereby maximizing their effectiveness on target. Finally, they’re safer and more reliable. According to the manufacturer, the flashbang’s “low volatility energetic material and very low fragmentation potential should reduce costly lawsuits and insurance claims resulting from improperly deployed or flawed devices.” This last detail would mostly concern law enforcement officers rather than the military: Imagine a terrorist filing a lawsuit after his hideout was stormed by commandos.

Additionally, the EDD’s payload can be adjusted depending on the situation. As of now, Liberty Dynamic offers four payload options: Active Shooter; Convoy, Equipment, & Aircraft Security; Crowd Control; and Perimeter Security.

In January, the flashbang became available for pre-order. The Colorado-based company expects to fill orders starting this month. The primary customers for the EDD are law enforcement agencies and departments seeking to enhance their Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams. But the reloadable flashbang could also interest the military.