Designed to work in a variety of environments, the 2370 LED features the latest LED technology with four operating modes (high and low white as well as night-vision-friendly red and blue).
For easy mode change, the flashlight is engineered with a magnetically-actuated selector switch. The switch’s lack of mechanical contacts ensures reliability and eliminates wear factors. ? ?
Powered by 2 AA batteries, its powerful LED provides clean, brilliant light for nearly 4 hours of usable light with a peak output of 106 lumens in high mode. Its low mode (great for close quarter use and battery life extension) shines 13 lumens and runs for more than 41 hours.?
Perfect for general use in almost any setting, the 2370 LED is weather/corrosion resistant, features a CNC machined aerospace-grade aluminum body with a knurled “no slip” grip pattern and an extremely tough, matte black, Type II anodized finish. Weighing in at 184 grams with batteries, the flashlight includes a removable clip for easy pocket transport. Also available is an optional holster and nylon lanyard for more transportation choices.
The 2370 LED is also part of the upcoming Pelican ProGear consumer product line launch. Like many Pelican products, the flashlight is backed by the company’s legendary lifetime guarantee of excellence.
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