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Streamlight Introduces Blue Nano Light

November 10, 2010  | 


Photo courtesy of Streamlight.

Streamlight Inc. has introduced the key-chain Blue Nano Light to commemorate Concerns for Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) Inc., a national organization that supports surviving family and co-workers of fallen officers. Streamlight will donate $1 to C.O.P.S. for each Blue Nano light sold.

"Law enforcement professionals count on Streamlight's lighting tools when they put their lives on the line every day," said Ray Sharrah, president of Streamlight. "That's why, when tragedy strikes, we want to make sure the families and colleagues of fallen officers have the resources they need to rebuild their lives.  We are proud to continue to support C.O.P.S. by donating a portion of sale proceeds of the new Blue Nano light."

The tiny keychain light measures only 1.47 inches in length, but boasts a white LED that delivers 10 lumens and features a 100,000-hour lifetime.  Fabricated from machined aircraft aluminum, the light runs up to eight hours, powered by four IEC-LR41 coin cell batteries. It features a rotating on/off head switch.

The Blue Nano light has a non-rotating snap hook for easy one-handed operation and a double-sided FOB that features the C.O.P.S. logo on one side and the Streamlight logo on the other side.   

The suggested retail price of the Blue Nano Light is $12.

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