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Fenix Lr35R Rechargeable Flashlight - 10000 Lumens

C$259.99
The LR35R is an extremely powerful flashlight that is capable of blasting an incredible  10000 lumens  of light from a flashlight that is only 5.5 ‚  long.
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The LR35R is an extremely powerful flashlight that is capable of blasting an incredible  10000 lumens  of light from a flashlight that is only 5.5 ‚  long. Powered by two 21700 rechargeable li-ion batteries, the LR35R is USB Type-C rechargeable and includes a battery level indicator to keep track of your batteries status. Intelligent step-down overheat protection helps keep the light from overheating while using the maximum outputs. The LR35R 10000 lumen flashlight is IP68 dustproof and waterproof. Perfect for outdoorsmen, or for anybody who wants to dramatically light up the night, the LR35R defines what is possible from a mid-sized flashlight!  Please note this light requires a wall charger that it at least 2 AMPS for proper charging.

Product Details

  • 6 Luminus SST40 LED's with a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
  • 10,000 lumens maximum output; 500 meters maximum beam distance.
  • Included 2 x 21700 rechargeable Li-ion power batteries.
  • USB Type-C charging port.
  • Battery level indication for instant checking of remaining battery level.
  • Lockout function avoids accidental activation.
  • Intelligent overheat protection against high surface temperature.
  • Intelligent memory circuit recalls the last used brightness level.
  • Premium type HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.
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