41-4299

Dorcy Rechargeable LED Flashlight

Dorcy Rechargeable LED Flashlight

Description

This 220 Lumen LED flashlight features an intense beam of light that projects an output of 200 feet.

Features

  • Aircraft grade anodized aluminum
  • Optimized reflector system for maximum light output
  • Includes AC & DC charging adaptors
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$77.49
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$52.27
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This 220 Lumen LED Flashlight features an intense beam of light that projects an output of 200 feet. The flashlight is constructed of aircraft grade anodized aluminum and can withstand a 3 foot drop test. A rechargeable battery permits a 2 hour run time with each charge.

This aluminum flashlight has an optimized reflector system that allows for maximum light output. The LED flashlight comes complete with both AC and DC charging adaptors, allowing for the capability to charge the flashlight at home or while on the go in the car.
Notable Specifications:
  • Lumens: 220
  • Beam Distance: 200 feet
  • Bulb: Cree Q4
  • Run Time: 2 Hours
  • Batteries: 4.8V 700mAh NI-CD battery pack
  • Bezel Diameter: 2"
  • Product Dimensions: 8.81"L x .875"W
  • Box Dimensions: 2"H x 6"W x 13"L
  • Weight: 1.1lbs
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Dorcy Rechargeable LED Flashlight 41-4299 Dorcy 220 Lumen rechargeable LED flashlight
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