Pelican Unveils The 1910 and 1920 LED Flashlights

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posted on September 16, 2011
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Powered by a single AAA alkaline battery, the Pelican 1910 LED packs power without the weight at 1.4 ounces (with batteries) and an extremely efficient LED that shines 39 lumens for one hour of battery runtime.

Weighing in at 2.2 ounces (with batteries), the Pelican 1920 LED utilizes two AAA alkaline cells and a single, next-generation LED to emit a ANSI FL-1 standard 67 lumens for nearly three hours of runtime.

The Pelican 1910 and 1920 LED flashlights are ideal for general use in almost any setting because both lights feature a removable metal clip and are weather/corrosion resistant with an extremely tough, Type II Anodized, "no-slip" matte finish on their CNC machined aluminum bodies.  Each has a tail cap switch with momentary and on/off function. The Pelican 1910 LED has an MSRP of $32.95 and the Pelican 1920 LED has an MSRP of $35.95. Like all Pelican products, both are backed by a Legendary Guarantee of Excellence

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