BGT03W-07-1703

Nite Ize Buglit LED Micro Flashlights

Nite Ize Buglit LED Micro Flashlights

Description

The Nite Ize BugLit LED Micro Flashlights wrap their legs in many configurations to sit, stand, store, or shine the flashlight.

Features

  • Tough micro flashlight encased in a durable polycarbonate plastic housing
  • High power, low power, strobe, and signal modes
  • LED's have an effective range of up to 50 feet
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$12.99
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$11.23
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Yes, our adaptable, versatile BugLit has a fun, cool design. But don't let that fool you into thinking it's just a plaything - it's also exceptionally useful. In fact, it may be the most innovative and versatile hands-free flashlight you've ever seen.

The BugLit "body" is actually our powerful INOVA Microlight - a tough micro flashlight encased in a durable polycarbonate plastic housing, with four functions (high power, low power, strobe, and signal). This bright white LED has an effective range of up to 50 feet, and one-mile visibility. Next, the securely attached "legs" are two flexible, fully moldable 6" Nite Ize Gear Ties, which can be bent, wrapped, or twisted in many configurations, to sit, stand, store, or shine the flashlight. Wrap the legs around the body for compact storage and transport. And, finally, its lightweight plastic S-Biner clip allows you to attach, hang, or store the BugLit for convenient access on zippers or keys.

  • Four Functions - High Power, Low Power, Strobe, and Signal Mode.
  • Fully bendable legs can be bent, wrapped, or twisted allowing the BugLit to sit, stand, stay, or shine wherever you need it.
  • Hands-Free: Attaches to belt, shirt, tent, handlebar, vehicle or anywhere you need compact & convenient illumination.
  • Lumen Output: HIGH - 6 lumens; LOW - 1 Lumen
  • Run Time: HIGH - 10 hours; LOW 22 Hours
  • Includes easily replaceable batteries - 2 x 2016 3V Lithium
  • Gear Tie Technology - Tough rubber shell provides excellent grip virtually anywhere, but won't scratch or mark.
  • Gear Tie Technology - Strong internal wire that holds its shape.
  • Gear Tie Technology - Quick and easy to securely attach and detach.
  • Gear Tie Technology - UV resistant - will not be damaged by extended sun exposure.
  • Size #0 S-Biner is a durable, lightweight double gated carabiner clip - attach or store nearly anywhere!
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