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Bright 320 Lumen 2D LED Flashlight



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Bright 320 Lumen 2D LED Flashlight


  • Description

      Max Lumen: 320
      Max Run Time: 7h
      Battery: 2 D
      Model: LP1100BL

      The LUXPRO bright 320 lumens LED flashlight. A nicely weighted and tough flashlight that puts off a bright and clean light beam. With 3 lighting modes, users can select the light they need for a given situation: High, Low, and Strobe. Access 320 lumens on High and 120 lumens on Low mode. This flashlight utilizes and includes 2 D cell batteries providing an impressive run-time of 5 hours on High and 7 hours on low. The LP1100BL is constructed with aircraft-grade aluminum and features LUXPRO rubber grip for durability and handling comfort. This security flashlight is backed with a Limited Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects.

       320 bright lumen output
      • 3 modes: high, low, and strobe
      • Constructed with aircraft-grade aluminum
      • Operates on 2 D cell batteries (included)
      • Runtime from 7 hours to 5 hours
      • Enhanced rubber grip 
      • IPX4 waterproof rating
      • Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty 

      Technical Specs:
      Lumens: 320 - 120 
      Run Time: 5h - 7h
      Beam Distance: 250m - 100m
      Battery Count/Size: 2 D
      Width: 1.7 in
      Height: 9 in
      Weight: 1.29 lb

      LP1100BL User Manual

  • Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews

I love the feel, the weight, and durability. The light is very good!

Super Bright

A great 3 function light that I would highly recommend. Great customer service too.

You will want two!

Wonderful clarity, my personal flashlight favorite—had to order a second one because my hubby didn’t appreciate me taking his all of the time ??

Powerful light but not water resistant.

I have had mine a few years now and carry it in my truck. It was purchased at Lowe’s in Boynton Beach Florida. It’s been a powerful and reliable light for me.

A few weeks ago I accidentally left it outside for a few days including some rainy days. When I realized it was outside I found it full of water. It was lens up in a rod holder on my boat. The boat is on a trailer in my back yard.

I let it dry out a few days and it’s working fine with fresh batteries. Fortunately the batteries did not leak and corrode the inside.