Flashlight Pack Of The Day: LumiHQ LX1000 Falcon Flashlight 2-Pack

The LumiHQ LX1000 Falcon flashlight 2-Pack contains two adjustable focus (Zoomable) LED flashlights, two AAA battery holders and two 18650 plastic tubes. The LX1000 Falcon can be powered by three AAA batteries or one rechargeable 18650 Lithium Ion battery. The AAA batteries are inserted into the battery carrier or the 18650 battery into the plastic tube before being placed inside the flashlight to ensure a tight fit. Since no batteries are included with the flashlight pack purchase you would to acquire the appropriate cells to power the lights.

The LX1000 Falcon measures 5.37 inches long when compact and the zoom feature is not fully enabled. The flashlight measures 6.37 inches with the zoom function enabled and the light extended to its full length. The flashlight weighs less than two ounces without any batteries installed. The LumiHQ LX1000 Falcon is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features an anti-slip design, a removable attack-head (bezel) and a hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XML T6 LED, a metal reflector and an ultra-clear mineral glass lens.

The flashlight produces a maximum output of 700 lumens, a beam throw distance of 200 meters and five light modes: High; Mid; Low: Strobe; SOS. To achieve the maximum performance from the LX1000 Falcon a user would have to use a fully charged 18650 rechargeable battery. The light is operated by a bright yellow push-button switch in the tailcap and the zoom feature in the head. Press the switch until a click is heard to turn on/off the flashlight. To cycle through the light modes tap the switch to toggle through High, Mid, Low, Strobe, and SOS. The flashlight comes on in the second mode of the cycle the next time it is turned on. The LumiHQ LX1000 Falcon flashlight would be very useful on the odd occasion you experience a low light scenario around the home or shop. The flashlight would also come in handy while you are out walking the dog or riding your bike.


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