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Streamlight Introduces High-Lumen Stinger and Strion Flashlights

January 29, 2013  | 

Streamlight Inc. has added new High Lumen (HL) models to its popular Stinger LED and Strion LED series of lights. The new Stinger LED HL, the Stinger DS LED HL and the Strion LED HL use state-of-the-art C4 LED technology to provide law enforcement, tactical, outdoor and other users with extreme brightness, delivering up to 640 lumens.

The new models provide three microprocessor-controlled variable intensity modes. The Stinger LED HL and the Stinger DS LED HL deliver 640 lumens on high, 340 lumens on medium and 170 lumens on the low setting. On the high setting, the new lights provide 22,000 candela peak beam intensity and a beam distance of 297 meters with a run time of 1 hour, 15 minutes. On the low setting, the lights provide four hours of run time.

The Strion LED HL delivers 500 lumens on high, 250 lumens on medium and 125 lumens on low. It offers 10,000 candela peak beam intensity on the high setting over a distance of 200 meters with a run time of one hour. The light provides 3 hours, 30 minutes of run time on low.

Each light is fabricated from 6000-series machined aircraft aluminum with an anodized finish. The DS model of the Stinger LED includes a second, multi-function, push-button tactical tail switch.

The Stinger LED HL and the Stinger DS LED HL are powered by a three-cell, 3.6 Volt Ni-MH sub-C battery, while the Strion LED HL uses a 3.75 volt, 2000mAh minimum lithium ion battery with an on-board safety control circuit; both batteries are rechargeable up to 1,000 times.

All three new lights fit existing model chargers. The Stinger LED HL and Stinger DS LED HL are impact resistance-tested to 1 meter and the Strion LED HL is impact resistance-tested to 2 meters. Each light also is IPX4 rated for water-resistant operation.

Available in black, the Stinger LED HL and the Stinger DS LED HL retail for $234.60 and $252.20 respectively. The Strion LED HL retails for $259.23.

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Michael Russell @ 3/5/2013 11:09 AM

The Strion LED HL is $96.50 on Amazon with free shipping.

Michael Russell @ 3/6/2013 7:07 AM

Sorry for the post error, but the Strion LED HL is more like $133.00 on Amazon for the 500 lumen model. Still a real deal at that price. I ordered one of each.it is the new 260 lumen model that is $96.50.

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