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Pelican Products M12 Alkaline Flashlight

Company: Pelican Products

June 01, 2006

Built from die-cast aluminum, Pelican Products' 8140 flashlight is among the lightest in its class at 1.52 pounds with batteries. It's powered by four C alkaline batteries and sports a high-pressure, super-bright xenon bulb that provides 72 lumens of light for nearly eight hours. A distinct patented octagonal body design and a vinyl sure-grip for all-weather usage are also featured. Like all Pelican products, the 8140 is backed by the company's lifetime guarantee.

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