3330-010-110

Pelican 3330 M6 Polymer LED Flashlight

Pelican 3330 M6 Polymer LED Flashlight

Description

The 3330 features a 90 lumen LED flashlight.

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$63.81
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$54.24
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The PM6 3330 LED Flashlight is made of light weight Xenoy polymer that's corrosion proof, resistant to extreme temperatures, and extremely strong. It uses a 1 watt LED and is powered by 2 CR123 lithium cells (included). The one-handed tail switch activates the 3330 on switch for constant light or momentary blink.
Notable Specifications:
  • Light Output: 90 Lumens
  • Runtime: 4h 45m
  • Beam Distance: 88m
  • Peak Intensity:1959cd
What's Included:
  • (2) CR123 lithium cells
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Pelican 3330 M6 Polymer LED Flashlight 3330-010-110 3330 M6 LED flashlight
$54.24
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