Finding a flashlight during a blackout can sometimes be a little tricky, which is what Pelican Products was thinking when it created the ProGear 3310PL LED flashlight.
The compact and lightweight Pelican ProGear 3310PL LED flashlight is made of virtually indestructible polymer material with a photoluminescent finish that gathers ambient light to glow in the dark when the light is off.
The shape of the light’s body is engineered to fit perfectly in the natural grasp of gloved hands and the ridges along the handle allow for a strict non-slip grip. A security wrist lanyard is attached to avoid losing the ProGear 3310PL in risky situations.
Its IPX7 ingress protection rating assures reliability in the soggiest environments.
The ProGear 3310PL also has a length of 6.14 inches and a lightweight feel at only 6.2 ounces (including batteries). It also features a castle-top to alert the user when it’s turned on and left in an upright position.
Requiring only 3 AA batteries (included), the flashlight offers three modes: High (234 lumens), low (28 lumens) and flashing.
The flashlight has a runtime of up to 8 hours and 45 minutes in high mode, with a beam distance of 240 meters and a peak beam intensity of 14,500 candelas.
The Pelican ProGear 3310PL LED flashlight has an MSRP of $39.95.
For more information on the ProGear 3310PL LED flashlight and other items from Pelican Products, please visit Pelican.com.
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