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Pelican Introduces Multi-Color LED Flashlight

July 06, 2012  | 

Photo: Pelican Products
Photo: Pelican Products

Pelican Products has introduced the 2370 multi-color LED flashlight, which works in a variety of environments, according to the company. The light has four operating modes (high and low white as well as night-vision-friendly red and blue) that can be easily changed with a magnetically actuated selector switch.

Powered by two included AA batteries, its powerful LED provides clean, brilliant light for nearly four hours of usable light with a peak output of 106 lumens in high mode. Its low mode (great for close quarter use and battery life extension) shines 13 lumens and runs for more than 41 hours.

The 2370 LED is weather resistant and features a CNC-machined, aerospace-grade aluminum body with a knurled "no slip" grip pattern and an tough, matte black, Type II anodized finish. Weighing in at 6.5 ounces with batteries, the flashlight includes a removable clip for easy pocket transport.

Also available is an optional holster and nylon lanyard for more transportation choices. The 2370 LED retails for $59.95.

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