Cleveland, OH - The Pocket Floodlight™ from Maxxeon features an advanced light emitting diode (LED) that produces over 140 lumens of light. This advanced technology translates into an efficiency of over ten times the amount of light produced by an incandescent light bulb using the same current. In contrast to most flashlights, the wide-angle, floodlight-style beam pattern produced by the light is said to be completely clear and free from dark spots or hot spots. This clear pattern, combined with the intense white beam, makes it easy for the user to plainly see the inspection area, distinguish colors more easily and as a result, troubleshoot more effectively. The light has been designed to be most effective at a range from six inches to six feet, providing a beam pattern diameter of about four feet at a three foot distance. These pen light-style lighting tools are compact and light weight, and clip into a pocket, to be easily available when needed. They are powered by three AAA batteries and are available in three finishes: Black Type II Anodizing, Realtree™ AP Camo, and Imitation Carbon Fiber. The Realtree™ AP Camo coated version has a fluorescent tail cap switch that glows in the dark.
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