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Streamlight UltraStinger LED

The Streamlight UltraStinger LED flashlight measures just under twelve inches and is encased in an aircraft-grade aluminum housing which features a non-slip rubberized comfort grip and an individual serial identification. The flashlight contains an unbreakable polycarbonate lens which is O-ring sealed in the head and features scratch-resistant coating.

The UltraStinger LED utilizes a C4 LED which produces a maximum output of 1100 lumens, a beam of 510 metres and four light modes: High 1100 Lumens 1Hr 30Min; Mid 350 Lumens 4Hr 30Min; Low 90 Lumens 16Hr; Strobe 3Hr 15Min. The flashlight is powered by a 5-cell, 6 Volt Ni-MH sub-C battery which is rechargeable up to one thousand times. The battery fits existing Stinger chargers and is fully recharged in 10 hours on 100V, 120V, 230V or 240VAC and 12VDC charge cords. The flashlight can also receive a 2.5 hour fast charge either the 120 Volt AC Fast Charge Cord P/N 22665, or DC P/N 22051 vehicle cord.

The Streamlight UltraStinger LED flashlight is operated by a multifunctional, pushbutton switch located on the head. The switch facilitates access to the TEN-TAP programmable feature which allows the user to select one of three different programs for the operation of the flashlight. The default setting of the UltraStinger LED allows the user to access the light modes in the following order, High – Medium – Low – Strobe. Additionally, the user can operate the light in High mode only without Strobe or High/Medium/Low without Strobe. The UltraStinger LED is a solid, bright flashlight that would be perfect for any outdoor low light emergency.

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Dorcy App Controlled Lantern

While a flashlight is a very important device for emergency lighting, there will be the occasion when a lantern would be more appropriate especially on the campsite or during a power outage. The Dorcy App Controlled LED Lantern offers the user the unique capability of being able to manipulate the lantern’s features from a smartphone or tablet.

With a Dorcy App Controlled Lantern in your possession you would have to download the Dorcy SMAP App to your IOS or Android device to initiate wireless Bluetooth communication. The operating APP unique remote communications technology allows a user to send a message (which translates into Morse Code) from a smartphone or tablet to a maximum of four lanterns.

The Dorcy SMAP App facilitates your communication to the lantern via the smart lantern settings where you operate a sliding control bar for variable brightness and a timer to turn off the lantern automatically. The light can also be operated by switches located on the housing of the device. There is also a separate night light feature for all-night operation. The lantern provides updates of environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, elevation and comfort level.

The Dorcy App Controlled Lantern is housed in a rugged water-resistant body with rubber casing. The lantern features a swivel handle with a fold-out hook for convenience. The lantern comes with a removable, built in headlamp which can be used as a spotlight or removed and used with a strap. The light is powered by six D cell batteries and provides 360 degree area illumination.

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ThruNite TC10

The TC10 is ThruNite’s first rechargeable flashlight which, similar to other competing products, does away with the need for a charger and can be recharged from the wall socket with an adaptor or via a USB port from your computer. The compact TC10 measures 153.5 mm in length and is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum casing which features an anti-roll design, knurling for a firm grip and a type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish. The flashlight also features a titanium coated stainless steel bezel and a removable pocket clip.

The ThruNite TC10 utilizes a Cree XM-L2 LED emitter, a smooth reflector and an ultra clear tempered glass lens with anti-reflective coating. The flashlight produces a maximum output of 900 lumens, a beam throw 292 meters and five light modes: High 900 Lumens 1Hr 53Min; Mid 227 Lumens 6Hr; Low 12 Lumens 123Hr; Firefly 0.1 Lumens 83 Days; Strobe 900 Lumens 4Hr. The TC10 is powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery.

The TC10 is operated by a dual switch system with an on/off push-button switch in the tailcap and a mode-selection side switch located beneath the head. To turn on the flashlight you can press the tailcap switch halfway for a momentary-on operation, or you can press until a”click” is heard for the constant-on operation. With the TC10 turned on pressing the side switch would facilitate access to the various brightness levels. To access the strobe mode with the flashlight on you would have to press the side switch for a couple seconds. The TC10 would turn on in the previously used brightness level other than strobe.

The ThruNite TC10 features ITC technology which automatically lowers the current when temperature in the LED or driver rises to eighty degrees centigrade. This action is triggered to protect the flashlight from overheating. The flashlight also features an indication light above the charging mouth which informs the user about the status of the battery. A purple (constant-on) light indicates the flashlight is being charged and purple flashes signal abnormal charging. This may be caused when there is no battery inside or the flashlight is not turned on. The flashlight must be turned on with an 18650 battery inserted for the charge process to proceed. A blue light indicates the battery is fully charged. A red (constant-on) light signals the battery is low at about 10% and needs to be charged. A red flashing light means the battery is very low at about 5% and needs to be charged immediately.

The TC10 flashlight pack comes complete with a holster, lanyard, x1, spare O-ring and USB charging cord. The ThruNite TC10 is truly a quality EDC which should satisfy both the homeowner and professional user.

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A video created, by Randall Reilly, explores the features of this handy pick up tool by Impeltronics, a 3 LED Extendable Telescoping Magnetic Flashlight.

The 3 LED Telescoping Magnetic Flashlight extends from a compact 6.75 inches to almost 22 inches and also has magnets at both ends of the flashlight. The strongest magnet is actually in the tail end of the magnet, which boasts a pick up capacity up to 8 lbs. This feature is great for keeping the flashlight in place while work is being accomplished under the bright LED lights. This product is constructed of a sturdy aluminum telescoping magnet that includes a strong stainless steel pocket clip.

The company that created the video featured (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD4_SdxokSg) is Randall Reilly. Randall-Reilly was started in 1934 by Henry Pettus Randall Jr. It was launched as Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, a prestigious recognition program, however today Randall Reilly has evolved into a well-known marketing services provider to the trucking, construction and driver recruiting industries. Within that realm they have multiple digital/print brands to reach those clients. Those include Hardworkingtrucks.Com, Equipment World, Total Landscape Care, Better Roads, Overdrive and CCJ magazines and their related websites. Randall Reilly is a well-known name and a leader in reaching those markets. This marketing services company has the capabilities and the tools to reach any market. Always innovative, always effective, the company strives to know the industry better than anyone else. They serve clients by providing insights into specific market segments and then provides targeting platforms to engage with those audiences.

Impeltronics offers the LED Extendable Magnetic Telescoping Flashlight pick up tool in colors – silver, black, pink, red, blue and has recently added orange.

Impeltronics, a wholesale manufacturer of high quality high lumen LED Flashlights, offers everyone a “strategic advantage against the darkness”. Whether it’s in search and rescue, hunting and fishing or in need of light and magnetism in any application, Impeltronics invites everyone to “Light the Way”.

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD4_SdxokSg

To learn more about the LED Telescoping Magnetic Flashlight or Randall Reilly visit these websites: http://www.impeltronics.com and http://www.randellreilly.com

Company Contact
Michael Pastal
717-440-6018
mpastal@impeltronics.com

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ThorFire VG10

When you buy the ThorFire VG10 flashlight you get one of the best value sub $30 flashlight packs available. The VG10 comes with O-rings, a spare switch and switch cap, a spare lens, 18650 Li-ion battery, USB charger, adjustable wrist lanyard with lanyard ring and user manual. The flashlight measures 5.28 inches in length and is housed in an aircraft-grade aluminium casing which features a stainless steel bezel and removable pocket clip and a hard anodized black finish.

The ThorFire VG10 utilizes a Cree XM-L2 LED emitter, a deep, smooth reflector and an ultra clear glass lens. The flashlight produces a maximum output of 847 lumens and four light modes: High; Mid; Low;Moonlight. The VG10 can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery or two CR123A Lithium batteries. The 18650 battery is recharged using the USB charger connected to a USB port.

The VG10 is operated by a multifunctional on/off, mode selection push-button switch located in the tailcap. A light press of the switch would activate the momentary-on operation of the flashlight and a full press resulting in a “click” would initiate a constant-on operation. To turn on the VG10 in the High mode you would have to press and hold the switch or click for constant on operation. To operate the flashlight in the Mid, Low and Moonlight modes you would have to double press, triple press and quadruple press the switch for momentary-on and/or click for constant-on operation in the respective modes. The ThorFire VG10 is a compact flashlight that would be just as useful outdoors as around the home and would most definitely serve as an excellent EDC traveling companion.

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Fenix BT30R

The Fenix BT30R is powerful compact bike light which produces a maximum output of 1800 lumens and features the company’s Dual Distance Beam System to assist with close-in visibility and long range illumination. The BT30 measures 74mm in length, weighs 254g and is housed in an aluminum alloy with strong heat dissipation. The headlight comes with six quick-attach O-ring mounting straps for attachment to 20mm-35mm handlebars which facilitate 360 degree horizontal adjustment.

The BT30R contains two Cree XM-L2 T6 neutral white LEDs which deliver six light modes: Burst 1800 Lumens; High 1200 Lumens 1Hr 50Min; Mid 500 Lumens 5Hr 15Min; Low 200 Lumens 12Hr 50Min; Eco 100 Lumens 22Hr 35Min; Flashing 200 Lumens. The bike light is powered by a 2600mAh/7.4V rechargeable battery pack but can also be powered by two rechargeable 18650 Li-ion batteries or four CR123A lithium batteries in a BA4C battery case.

The Fenix BT30R is operated by a multifunctional button on the upper surface of the headlight. The BT30R can also be operated by a remote pressure switch. With the bike light off pushing the remote switch will activate the 1800 lumen brightness level until the buttons is released. With the light on pushing the remote switch will activate the highest brightness level that the power can support until the button is released.

The headlight features the Dual Distance Beam System which comprise of an upward beam reflection which forms auxiliary illumination immediately in front of the bike in addition to a broad floodlight which extends to over 170 meters. The upward beam of the BT30R is refracted to the ground rather than shone into the eyes of pedestrians.

The BT30R also features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness and a low voltage warning function. When the battery is running low, the BT30R’s low power indicator turns from green to red to remind the user to charge the battery pack.The Fenix BT30R pack includes one headlight, BA2B battery pack, remote pressure switch, `six O-ring mounting straps, extension cable, charger for BA2B battery pack an user manual.

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Fenix UC30

The Fenix UC30 is a powerful pocketable flashlight producing a maximum output of 960 lumens and a beam throw of 204 meters. The compact UC30 measures just 130mm in length and weighs 4.4 ounces without the battery. The rechargeable flashlight is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy which features diamond knurling for a firm grip and a type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive black finish.

The UC30 can be powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A lithium batteries. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED emitter which is secured behind an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating. The flashlight produces five light modes: Turbo 960 Lumens 1Hr 10Min; High 400 Lumens 3Hr; Mid 110 Lumens 11Hr; Low 10 Lumens 120Hr; Strobe 960 lumens.

The Fenix UC30 is operated by a multifunctional side button located below the head. To turn on and off the flashlight you press and hold the button for 0.5 seconds. With the flashlight on you can press the switch to cycle through the brightness levels in the following order – Turbo, Low, Mid, High. To activate the Strobe mode even if the light is off you can press the switch for more than one second. When in Strobe mode a single press of the switch would return the flashlight to the normal brightness level.

The UC30 when powered by an 18650 battery can be recharged from an external power supply via a Micro-USB port to the side of the flashlight. A red light around the side switch would indicate when the flashlight is being recharged. When the charging process is complete a green light comes on. The flashlight is programmed to downshift to lower brightness level as the charge weakens. When the UC30 can only operate in low mode the flashlight blinks three times every five minutes to remind you to recharge or replace the battery.

The Fenix UC30 features reverse polarity protection which guards against improper battery installation and digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness. The flashlight also features an intelligent memory circuit which turns the flashlight on in the previously brightness level. The UC30 flashlight pack comes with a holster, lanyard, 18650 rechargeable battery, USB cable, spare O-ring, two spare USB anti-dust plugs and a user manual. The Fenix UC30 is both compact and and powerful enough to satisfy any low light scenario whether indoors or out in the field.

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Fenix LD75C

So you want your flashlight to do much more than deliver a powerful beam which you can manipulate from very low to extremely high brightness levels. By now most folks would have become reconciled to the reality of the white LED replacing the incandescent bulb in flashlights. There are also red, green and blue LED flashlights available and of course colored filters for you to place over the head of white LEDs. The Fenix LD75C like some of the most recent releases offers the user the choice of four colored LEDS to broaden the range of options for illumination in a compact powerful device. The flashlight features double circuit design for flexible power options where the main LEDs and the colored LEDs can be turned on at the same time.

The Fenix LD75C measures 6.2 inches in length and is machined from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features a thick crenulated bezel for security purposes and a hard-anodized anti-abrasive, black finish. The flashlight contains an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating and four main Cree XM-L2 U2 LEDs and XM-L color LED. The LD75C produces a maximum output of 4,200 lumens, a beam throw of 490 meters and six white light modes: Turbo 4000 Lumens 1Hr 30Min; High 1800 Lumens 3Hr; Mid 600 Lumens 11Hr; Low 200 Lumens 35Hr; Eco 40 Lumens 175Hr; Strobe 4000 Lumens. The flashlight also produces four color light modes: Red 140 Lumens 14Hr; Green 190 Lumens 11Hr; Blue 45 Lumens 11Hr; White 200 Lumens 11Hr.

The Fenix LD75C can be powered by four rechargeable Li-ion 18650 batteries or eight CR123A lithium batteries. The flashlight can also be operated with two 18650 or four CR123A batteries loaded in the correct battery compartments. The LD75C is operated by three switch buttons located just below the head. The button with the power icon controls the On/Off operation of the flashlight and the output selection of the main LEDs. The button with the C icon controls the On/Off operation and selection of multi-color LED, red flashing mode, and blue and red alternating flashing mode. The button with the sun icon controls instant Strobe access which is achieved via one press, and momentary-on operation where you press and hold for one second.

The LD75C features a battery level indicator which can be activated by a double-press of the C button when the light is turned off. The battery level indicator lights up the multi-color LED for three seconds to show the remaining power of the batteries loaded: Green LED indicates adequate power level; Blue LED indicates high power level; Red LED indicates low power level; Red LED flashing indicates critically low level. The indicator function works with Li-ion rechargeable batteries. The flashlight features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness and reverse polarity protection which guards against improper battery installation. The Fenix LD75C flashlight pack contains a holster, lanyard, spare O-ring and user manual.

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BestFire WF-C8

The BestFire WF-C8 is clearly designed for use outdoors with its red light output targeted at hunters and anglers who require lighting which would not frighten away game. The WF-C8 measures 72mm in length and is machined from an aircraft-grade 6061T aluminium alloy which features knurling for a firm grip, a crenellated bezel for emergencies and an anodized black finish. The flashlight mounts to any Picatinny or Weaver Style Rail. A QD thumb Nut accessory facilitates the quick mounting and release of the flashlight from your weapon.

The WF-C8 utilizes a Cree Red LED emitter which produces a maximum output of 300 lumens and a beam throw of 150 yards. The flashlight delivers five light modes: High; Mid; low; Strobe; SOS. The BestFire WF-C8 is powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery. The flashlight is operated by a multifunctional push-button switch in the tailcap. Additionally, the WF-C8 can be operated by the included pressure pad switch which features a momentary-on operation. The BestFire WF-C8 flashlight pack includes a pressure switch, barrel mount, 18650 rechargeable battery and charger.

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Sunwayman C22C

The Sunwayman C22C flashlight features an innovative design where a user can illuminate the path ahead with its powerful main light as well the space behind with a secondary neutral white side light. The C22C measures 110mm in length and is encased in an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features a type III- hard anodizing and a stainless steel retaining ring on the top to secure the electronic components. The flashlight also features a powerful magnet in the tailcap to facilitate attachment to metal surfaces for hands-free lighting, a Tungsten steel spike at the end of the tailcap to be used in the event of an emergency and a detachable stainless steel metal clip.

The Sunwayman C22C utilizes a Cree XM-L2 U2 LED for its main light which produces a maximum output of 1000 lumens of white light, a beam of 208 meters and six light modes: Turbo 1000 Lumens (Automatically lower to High after 3 mins continuous use); High 580 Lumens 2Hr; Mid 130 Lumens 10Hr; Low 35 Lumens 30Hr; Strobe; SOS. For its side light the C22C has a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED which produces a maximum output of 180 lumens of neutral white light and five light modes: High 180 Lumens 3Hr; Mid 46 Lumens 9Hr; Low 16 Lumens 45Hr; Strobe; SOS. The flashlight contains a smooth metal reflector and an ultra-clear tempered glass lens around its main light and an optical lens over the side light.

The C22C can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery or two CR123A Lithium batteries. The flashlight is operated by a multifunctional switch located at the side of the head. To turn on the main white light you would have to lightly depress the switch until a click is heard. To activate the side neutral white light you would have to click and hold the switch. A quick-double-click and hold of the switch would activate both the top white and side neutral white light at the same time.

With the white light is turned on, click and hold the switch for the flashlight to cycle through the light modes in the following sequence, Turbo-High-Mid-Low. A double-click would activate the Strobe setting and within three seconds and another double-click would activate SOS. With the neutral white light turned on, click and hold the switch for the flashlight to cycle through the light modes in the sequence High-Mid-Low. A double-click would activate the Strobe setting and within three seconds another double-click would turn on SOS. The Sunwayman C22C would turn on in the previously used setting for both the white and neutral white light but not in the Strobe or SOS modes. The C22C would be a great lighting tool to have around the home or shop but with its excellent dual light capability, the flashlight would be an ideal companion out on the hiking and biking trails.

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