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Nite Ize 3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight - Lime

Nite Ize 3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight - Lime
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3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight - Lime

It's a flashlight! It's a lantern! It's a safety light! Its... the 3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight from Nite Ize.

Remember: good things come in small packages. The 3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight may fit easily into your pocket, but don't be deceived by its size. This fully featured flashlight can illuminate the night as a flashlight, lantern, or safety light.

Remember: good things come in small packages. The 3-in-1 LED Mini Flashlight may fit easily into your pocket, but don't be deceived by its size. This fully featured mini flashlight can illuminate the night as a flashlight, lantern, or safety light. The ultra bright, 80 Lumen flashlight has high and low modes both as a flashlight, and when converted into its lantern mode with a simple sliding motion. The tail end of the light features a red safety light with its own switch to set it to glow, flash, or SOS modes. The compact size, durable machined aluminum body, and convenient lanyard loop on the tail will make this a new favorite for your glove box, emergency kit, or next family camping trip.

Features:
  • Flashlight | Lantern | Safety Light
  • Flashlight & Lantern feature both HIGH and LOW Light Output Modes
  • Safety Light features GLOW, FLASH and SOS Light Output Modes
  • Available in Red, Black, Blue, and Green
  • Flashlight & Lantern LED Color: White; Safety Light LED Color: Red
  • Lantern Mode is easily accessible by pulling the flashlight head up from the body of the light
  • Lumens: 80 High / 15 Low
  • Run Time: High 2 hours / Low 9 hours 25 minutes
  • Effective Range: 164 feet (50M)
  • Battery Type: 1-AA Alkaline battery included
  • Durable aluminum body
  • Tail cap includes lanyard hole
  • Light stands vertically on head or tail end
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty USA
  • Dimensions (Length x Diameter): 4.5" (114mm) x 1.2" (30mm)
  • Weight: 2.7 oz. (77 g)
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