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With a hefty 3.3-ounce body made from solid brass, this new version of the ReyLight AA flashlight makes itself known in the hand. Grooves around the midsection create a secure hold in slippery conditions Read More
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With a hefty 3.3-ounce body made from solid brass, this new version of the ReyLight AA flashlight makes itself known in the hand. Grooves around the midsection create a secure hold in slippery conditions. Inside the body is a XPL 5000K LED with four different modes. On the lowest "moonlight" setting, it offers a soft 0.3 lumens, while the high delivers 220 (with an AA battery). All modes are accessed by clicking the tail switch. If you want over triple the power, grab a 14500 battery and the power level jumps up to a whopping 800 lumens on high mode. Click eight times and you can activate the memory function. Another eight clicks turns the function off. When on the go, use the included clip to attach it to your belt or pocket.
LED: XPL 5000K LED
Max lumens: 800
Temperature control to avoid overheating problems
Anti-reflective coated lens
Aluminum alloy orange peel reflector
Clicky switch operation
Dimensions: 3.8 x 0.8 in (9.8 x 2.1 cm)
Weight (without battery): 3.3 oz (93 g)
Output (AA battery)
Moonlight mode: 0.3 lumens, 30 days
Low mode: 5 lumens, 70 hrs
Mid mode: 34 lumens, 5 hrs
High mode: 220 lumens, 1.1 hrs
Output (14500 battery)
Moonlight mode: 0.3 lumens, 20 days
Low mode: 16 lumens, 31 hrs
Mid mode: 187 lumens, 2.5 hrs
High mode: 800 lumens, 58 mins (exact runtime depends on battery and ambient temperature)
Estimated ship date is Mar 27, 2020 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
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