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Elzetta Design Adds High Output Option to Flashlights

September 19, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Elzetta Design.
Photo courtesy of Elzetta Design.
Elzetta Design has added new high output options to its line of tactical flashlights. 

When fitted to an Elzetta two-cell body, the new high output head produces 650 lumens with a runtime of 1.5 hours. Elzetta's Automatic Voltage Sensing (AVS) technology on a three-cell body boosts the output to 900 lumens with a runtime of 1.7 hours.

The new high output head incorporates an acrylic optical lens generating advanced throw, spill, and a soft edge, according to the company.

It is available with a standard bezel ring or optional crenellated bezel ring.  It fits all existing Elzetta flashlights. The flashlight's components are made in the U.S.

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