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Streamlight PolyTac Xenon Flashlight 72 Lumen 2x CR123A Battery Tailcap Switch Polymer Body Yellow 88803

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When it comes to innovative, ruggedly dependable, and reliable lights and lasers few companies can offer the line that Streamlight has. Their products are extensively tested in their intended arena by those who have to depend on them to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. Streamlight lights and lasers are used by our Military, Law Enforcement, and even lawful citizens each and every day to ensure that no matter how dark things get, they will have the right light to light the way.

Streamlight's Tactical Series personal lights are the most sophisticated and reliable tactical lights available. They're designed to give users a clear advantage when confrontations occur in areas of poor light or limited visibility. They are compact and lightweight, yet powerful and precise with the versatility you need to face any situation. Powered by extremely long-lasting lithium batteries, so they're ready whenever you need them.

LITHIUM POWER POLYMER FLASHLIGHT Introducing Streamlight's first virtually indestructible, super-bright, nylon polymer tactical light!

Specifications and Features:
Xenon bulb with 30 hour life; 6,000 candela peak beam intensity; 72 Lumens
Features adjustable head that allows for variable spot-to-flood focus
Run time up to 80 minutes
High impact super tough nylon polymer for exceptional durability and a sure grip
Tailcap push button provides one-handed momentary or constant "on" operation.
5.22" Long; Lightweight, just 3.9 oz.
IPX7 rated design; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes
Powered by two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (included)
Limited lifetime warranty

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