High Noon LED Spotlight From Browning

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posted on April 12, 2012
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The new High Noon spotlight uses a Cree LED. bulb to produce up to 200 lumens of light.  It will shine to 435 yards and runs on three regular C batteries. The LED is rated for 50,000 hours of use.

The light is very efficient and will run on the low setting with 45 lumens of light for 84 hours or 3 ½ days on one set of batteries. It will run for 27 hours on the high setting. In addition to a high and low setting, the High Noon Spotlight has a fast-strobe setting for personal safety and signaling.

The light is waterproof, floats and is submersible to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes. There is a safety lock-out feature on the handle which prevents the light from being turned on accidentally. The light is constructed of high-impact polycarbonate with a rubberized lens. It has a lightweight soft-touch grip and only weighs 18 ounces including the batteries. A folding stand is also included in the design and allows for hand-free use.

A lanyard and shoulder strap are included with the High Noon Spotlight.   Suggested retail price is $59.99.

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