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High Output 1650 Lumen LED Flashlight

$49.99

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High Output 1650 Lumen LED Flashlight

$49.99

Max Lumen: 1650
Max Run Time: 6h
Battery: 9 AA
Model: LP1315R

High output 1650 lumen LED flashlight with TackGrip by LUXPRO. This handheld flashlight is ultra-bright illuminating 1650 lumens with LPE Optics. There are 3 modes: High, Low, and Hidden Strobe. To access/exit the Hidden Strobe, press the on/off button for approximately 3 seconds. This light operates on and comes loaded with 9 AA LUXPRO batteries. Run times are excellent with 2.5 hours on High mode and 6 hours on Low mode. This flashlight features LUXPRO's patented TackGrip that is molded directly to the aluminum body for added durability and handling comfort. It's made sturdy with aircraft grade anodized aluminum and has a sleek black matte finish. For additional peace of mind, this rechargeable tactical light comes with a Limited Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects.

Features:
 1650-lumen output
 3 modes: High, Low, and Hidden Strobe 
 Operates on 9 AA batteries
 LPE Optics and Aircraft-grade aluminum
 Patented TackGrip  
 IPX4 waterproof rating
 Limited Manufacturer's Warranty

Technical Specs:
Lumens: 1650 - 600 
Run Time: 2.5h - 6h
Beam Distance: 330m - 190m
Battery Count/Size: 9 AA
Width: 2.25 in
Height: 10.75 in
Weight: 1.3 lb

LP1315R User Manual

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Customer Reviews

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G
G.B.

Great for when I let my black dogs out at night. This is the brightest flashlight I’ve ever had.

J
J.L.

High Output 1650 Lumen LED Flashlight

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T.A.
1650 LED High Output

Exception quality and value for this non rechargeable light compared to other manufacturers. Well constructed with a simple useful design.

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G.
As Always ..... Awesome

I bought this light back some time ago and just need to say it is one of the best built lights that I own from Lux-pro. Very sturdy and feels good in your hand. I even had a contest with the guys I work with and (I dont recall the numbers) but it beat a coworkers streamlight by a good margin using a photometer.. This baby rocks.. Only con is the fact it takes 9 AA batteries.. sadface