Max Lumen: 500
Max Run Time: 8h
Battery: 4, 2V 3000mAh built-in
The LP385 rechargeable palm light is super bright with 500 lumens. With the push of a single button you can choose between three modes: high, low, and strobe. This palm light features a durable rubberized grip, an integrated hanging hook and a strong magnetic back making it perfect for any work venue and an effective lighting solution for any area. This light also features a power bank that can be used to charge your portable devices. This rechargeable palm light comes with a USB charging cable and has a max run time of 8 hours on low. With an IPX4 waterproof rating, this light is designed to resist water splashed from any direction. Rest easy knowing this light comes backed with a Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects.
• Durable rubberized compact design
• Battery fully charges in 6 hours
• Strong magnet & metal hook
• IPX4 waterproof rating
• Power bank to charge portable devices
• Rechargeable battery built-in (USB cable included)
Lumens: 250 - 500
Run Time: 8h - 4h
Beam Distance: 20m - 28 m
Battery Count/Size: 4, 2V 3000mAh built-in
Length: 4.5 in
Width: 2.5 in
Height: 1.5 in
Weight: 0.40 lb
The LP385 has a Limited 90-Day Warranty Against Manufacturer’s Defects.
To submit a warranty claim, please visit our Warranty Page.
LP385 Rechargeable 500 Lumen Palm Light with Power bank
For such a small light, it lights up a room. Live the magnetic back and charger capability. I dropped it by accident and just bounced around like nothing happened. Love it
Incredibly bright for it’s size, and the power bank is just right for emergencies on the go. I keep mine in my truck and have used it on a couple of occasions with no problems. The flash mode is a great feature for anyone who might need attention in a difficult situation. Great value and quality like every LUX product!
I bought 3 of these to use on top of a 3D Camera.
VERY bright, decent charge life.
Though seemingly rugged in design, their fatal flaw is the mini USB charging port.
All 3 stopped charging properly after a couple weeks of careful use.
I’d expect more from a $30 flashlight