Armytek Barracuda Pro HI White

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LED: Cree XP-L High Intensity

Beam distance: 775 meters

Light output: 1350 LED lumens/ 1150 OTF lumens

Power source: 2 х 18650 Li-Ion/ 4 х CR123A/ 4 х RCR123 Li-Ion

Number of modes: 9

Modes: 1150lm (1h 40min), 670 lm (3h 20min), 370 lm (6h), 170 lm (17h), 28 lm (70h), 1,7 lm (30 days), 0,15 lm (200 days), 2 Strobes

Size: L 262 x D 64mm, body D 25.4mm

Weight: 303 g.

Set: plastic case, flashlight, body 1x18650, rubber grip, holster, lanyard, 2 spare O-rings, spare rubber button, user manual

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135,00 €

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Extreme 1350 lumens brightness from one superbright LED Cree XP-L High Intensity for maximum area illumination. A unique deep reflector allows you to achieve an unrivaled range of light up to 775 meters (Long Range Optics Technology) due to more effective non-parabolic curves.

Unsurpassed reliability - thanks to super-robust materials and ideally reliable design, it can withstand a fall from 10 floor height and even a direct shot into the torch.

The use of Slim Profile technology allowed to simplify the design as much as possible so that the flashlight would have the smallest possible weight for 

such excellent light characteristics without loss of reliability. That makes it possible to use a flashlight during long hiking and marching shots easily.

The brightness of light remains constant in all modes even in difficult conditions - at a temperature -25⁰C or with the batteries almost discharged (Flat Runtime Technology). You can be sure that the light does not fade during the whole operation time.

The flashlight has simple control and 6 brightness modes, each of them is optimally suited to specific situations, whether it is lighting of a small room or searching operation in the forest.

The highest degree of watertightness ensures uninterrupted operation of the flashlight even under water at a depth of 50 meters. You can not only be sure the flashlight will not fail even during a storm, but you can also use it for underwater searching operations and diving.