3.5 times brighter than Surefire's original 6P.
Lay the beam of this incredibly perfect light over the 6P and watch it disappear! Anodized aircraft grade water-resistant body, focusable LED beam, dial three different power settings (10%, 50%, 100%), a steel belt clip, green glow-in-the-dark rear on/off button that glows red when you're down to 20% battery life, stealth mode that blacks out the distictive red bezel ring (your choice to use or not), a heat sink bezel, flattened sides that won't roll, magnetic base, bright white beam--no dull or dark spots, and powered by only three AAA batteries! It also has strobe and SOS features.
310 Lumen output makes it incredibly bright and it's still the same length as the Surefire 6P. It's a little thicker in order to hold the three batteries but frankly it makes holding it in your hand more secure...not likely to slip from your fingers at an inopportune moment. It's so bright, I expect you'll be using it on the 10% much of the time! Batteries last 12 hours at 10% and 2 hours at 100%--that's double what you got from your Surefire Xenon 6P. Up to 250 yard effective range. See clearly from one end of the arena to the other! I highly recommend this flashlight.
If you want to carry the Nebo Redline Seclect in a belt pouch, I suggest our CO66
Inova T4 Rechargeable Flashlight$89.95
Four watts of LED light produces a blinding 100 lumens of white light. It's 2 hour non-dimming light per charge projects a bem up to 300 feet. No need to remove the battery for charging. Just drop the Inova T4 into the supplied charging bracket. The Inova T4 recharges in less than 3 hours. Smart charging system will not overcharge the battery. This 8" LED flashlight can replace your comparable two lithium battery Xenon flashlight. A click on/off switch is mounted on the barrel.
Inova T3 Flashlight$74.95
This 3 Watt Luxeon LED Flashlight is every bit as bright as the competition's 5 watt flashlights.
As bright as competition's 5 watt flashlights
6.25" long, 3.2 watts, 85 lumen output. Power regulating circuitry provides up to 2 hour constant, non-dimming output per battery set. Up to 250 foot effective range. End switch with momentary on, constant on/off . Lockout mode - twist switch cap. Water resistant. Powered by two lithium batteries with a shelf life of 10 years, included.
Inova T1 Flashlight$64.95
One watt Luxeon Flashlight.
Here's an LED light not much bigger than the Five LED flashlight. 35 Lumens. Power regulating circuitry provides up to 1.5 hour constant, non dimming output per battery set. Up to 150 foot effective range. End switch with momentary on, constant on/off . Lockout mode - twist switch cap. Water resistant. 4.59" length x 0.98" diameter. Powered by one Lithium 123A battery with a shelf life of 10 years. included. Annodized black with white LED.
Inova Five LED Flashlight$49.95
Powered by two lithium 123A batteries with a shelf life of 10 years (Red LED version is powered by only one battery). 20 hours burn time. Stainless steel head with recessed LED lamps. 13/16" diameter x 4" long
Note from John:
If you want to see into the grid of any theatre, your minimum choice should be a Streamlight Scorpion.
Photon II Microlight$17.95
Bright LEDs ... perfect for your keychain.
Not only does it have the standard squeeze button but it's got an On/Off switch for continuous use too!
It's available in 8 different beam colors: white, red, blue, yellow, green, orange, turquoise and infrared...a different color for your every mood or use.
The replaceable CR2032 Lithium battery will power the red, orange, & yellow Photon II MicroLights for 120 hours and the superbright green, turquoise, blue, & white for 12-14 hours.
A terrific gift idea. Lifetime guarantee.
Streamlight Key Light flashlight$19.95
Here's a really cool keychain light like a miniature Scorpion flashlight no longer than your car key! You see it here on my very own keyring. It's machined aluminum with a white LED bulb. It's got this cool pocket clip that you could even clip to the bill of your cap, etc. There's a short swivel chain to prevent tangling and a spring clip to attach it to your keyring. All aluminum body -- not plastic like so many others. Twist ON switch like a AA Maglite. This is one really cool pocketable light.
Streamlight Stylus LED PencilLight$19.95
LED PencilLight ~ stylus 3
Sleek and distinctive.
Fits in your shirt pocket.
Powered by 3 AAAA batteries.
Comes with red, white or blue LED.
Streamlight Stylus Sharp Spot$9.95
This add-on accessory for the Stylus PencilLight both magnifies and projects the light into a tight focused circle. Instead of the wide beam of the Stylus' LED, you get a pronounced, non-glare beam of light. Flashlight not included.
Streamlight Scorpion flashlight $49.95
Same power as a 5 D-cell Maglite!
The Scorpion flashlight is small and very bright. Only 5" long, and 1" in diameter. It's so bright you can see into the grid from the stage floor!
The Scorpion features a focusable reflector and rubberized casing on its machined aluminum body. That's a handy feature when you need to hold it between your teeth.
It's powered by two 3v lithium batteries (included).
An extra Xenon bulb (also included) is stored in the reflector housing. The push button on/off switch is on the tail hidden under the rubberized casing.
Suggested pouches for the Scorpion flashlight are the CO198, CO44 or CO30.
FAQ: John, I know that these lights are really bright, but I was wondering how long do they last? ANSWER: Some people who haven't seen these lights before think they are just a fatter version of a Maglite. Not so. These extremely bright flashlights and get their punch from the combination of a Xenon bulb and Lithium batteries. Obviously, this much candlepower draws a lot of juice. The Lithium batteries while having an extremely long shelf life of 10 years, power the flashlight for about an hour. The light will maintain maximum brightness for the entire time and then drop off to nothing during about the last three minutes. The Xenon bulbs are rated at four hours each. In actual use on stage, I've found that I replace the batteries in my flashlight about every three months. You just have to learn that this is not the type of light that you lay down on the floor and let it burn.