The Temporary Landing Light makes a great lantern, lighting up a large room on high, or a tent on low, which makes a nice reading light too. The strobe is an attention grabbing feature, and there's a tripod mount on the bottom with multiple lanyard holes as well. The light gets incredible run times, working off a D size battery.
I made the chain sinnet paracord pouch for the light, stored inside the plastic tube it came with. I started with about two feet of black paracord for the cinch cord/wrist lanyard, with a cord lock, and tied the two-strand diamond(ABoK #782).
The pouch is made similar to the hitching type pouches, either started on a separate cinch cord or with a loop tied to itself and then the tying process is begun. I'm sure there's probably a specific 'crochet' term or name for the process of the chain sinnet, but I'm not sure what it might be.
There are other examples of crocheted and knitted pouches and can koozies, some made with yarn and others paracord, done with various different patterns/stitches, that can be found through some googling. Here's an example of one shown on YouTube.
The chain sinnet may make a nice wrap on a cane, walking stick, or hiking staff, or handle/grip wrap on a flashlight/knife/axe/hatchet/tool too, kept in place with maybe a Turk's head or Gaucho knot above and below...
I tied the pouch around a hand sanitizer bottle as a mandrel, that was the same diameter as the light storage tube. The bottom is done like the hitching, where the chain sinnet spirals to the center, with reducing numbers of knots, and the end strand run through the last loop. The entire pouch can be pulled apart in seconds if needed, by undoing that last lock stitch and pulling, should the need arise to repurpose the paracord.