New Compact Flashlight from River Rock Lights

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posted on March 14, 2012
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River Rock Lights' new and incredibly powerful 100 lumen Nightfire light is just slightly longer than its battery. "We have created a very small but incredibly powerful light that can easily be carried even in a suit pants pocket without anyone noticing. Now you can have a serious flashlight with you all the time," said John Sedovic, president of River Rock Lights.  

Powered by a single AAA battery this tiny one ounce light is the real deal.  An advanced new high-tech. LED makes this power possible from such a small package shorter than a .30-06 round. 

The beauty of the Nightfire is it can be carried or clipped in a shirt or jacket pocket. You can easily remove the pocket clip and discretely carry it in your pants/slacks pocket. Think of all the times you wish you had a light with you for even daytime chores--well now you can. 

Effective power projection is well over 50 yards and it will easily light up a 30x30-foot room. 

Specifications 

  • Power: 100 lumens
  • Material: Black anodized aluminum alloy
  • Width: Widest body diameter at lens--5/8 inch 
  • Length: 3 inches
  • Weight: 1 ounce including battery
  • Run Time: Constant on run time 1 hour (hey, it's a little battery)
  • Battery: Standard 1.5 volt AAA battery
  • Water Resistance: Entry points sealed with rubber O-rings
  • MSRP: $29.99--Includes major-brand quality battery

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