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Nebo 5581 220 Lumen Redline Tactical Flashlight Strobe S.O.S

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  • Aluminum
  • Output-220 lumens-White
  • Length-4.5-Inch
  • Diameter-1.5-Inch
  • Weight-0.428-Pound
  • Batteries-3 AAA batteries
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The ability to bring high-end technology to a compact, fully-redesigned, extremely powerful light source is finally here. The REDLINE is our brightest flashlight to date, 220 lumens of pure white light to be exact. In automobiles, redlining is reaching the peak of its performance, whereas we, with NEBO REDLINE are harnessing the maximum power of this flashlight with 220 lumens of blinding bright light. (NOTE: Anything above 50 lumens within a 10 yard distance may cause temporary blindness when viewed directly.) The REDLINE has 5 lighting modes, 100-Percent white light (220 lumens), 50-Percent white light (110 lumens), 10-Percent white light (22 lumens), S.O.S. mode (220 lumens), or emergency strobe mode (220 lumens). This flashlight has a 4x adjustable beam that works with any light setting to change the REDLINE from a flood light to illuminate everything within a 20 yard distance, or to a spot light to focus up to 150 yards. The bezel of the REDLINE controls the adjustable beam. The red ring of the NEBO REDLINE enhances all of the features of this flashlight.

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The ability to bring high-end technology to a compact, fully-redesigned, extremely powerful light source is finally here. The REDLINE is our brightest flashlight to date, 220 lumens of pure white light to be exact. In automobiles, redlining is reaching the peak of its performance, whereas we, with NEBO REDLINE are harnessing the maximum power of this flashlight with 220 lumens of blinding bright light. (NOTE: Anything above 50 lumens within a 10 yard distance may cause temporary blindness when viewed directly.) The REDLINE has 5 lighting modes, 100-Percent white light (220 lumens), 50-Percent white light (110 lumens), 10-Percent white light (22 lumens), S.O.S. mode (220 lumens), or emergency strobe mode (220 lumens). This flashlight has a 4x adjustable beam that works with any light setting to change the REDLINE from a flood light to illuminate everything within a 20 yard distance, or to a spot light to focus up to 150 yards. The bezel of the REDLINE controls the adjustable beam. The red ring of the NEBO REDLINE enhances all of the features of this flashlight.

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B006X2YTQ0
  • Item model number: 5581
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,479 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)
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371 of 387 people found the following review helpful By mirasreviews HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 22, 2010
If there was any lingering question, this Redline flashlight from Nebo is a testament to how far LED technology has come. Gone are the days when LED flashlights put out only a fraction of the light of incandescents. This compact flashlight, 4 3/8 inches long and 1 3/8 inches in diameter, puts out 220 lumens of white lights and has 5 modes. You can use it at 220 lumens, 110 lumens, 22 lumens, SOS mode, or strobe mode. The SOS (Morse code) and strobe might be handy for emergencies if you carry the flashlight in the car. At 220 lumens, the flashlight produces an amazing amount of light that can illuminate my entire living room. The 22-lumen mode is good when you want to find your way without disturbing everyone around you with a blinding light.

The Redline also has a 4x adjustable beam, which is adjusted by turning a bezel near the front of the light. Nebo claims that the focused spotlight will shine up to 150 yards. It has a nifty ring around the front that glows red when the light is on. I can't see that it serves any purpose, but it looks nice. The button to turn the flashlight on and off and to change modes is on the back. The button glows in the dark -at least enough so that you can see it. Unfortunately, the button is recessed, which makes it impossible to depress it with my thumb while holding the flashlight. If I want to turn the light on with one hand, I have to depress the button with my index finger. This might not work if you have big hands. A button that protrudes would be preferable.

When you first turn the flashlight on, it is in the bright 220-lumen mode. You cycle though the modes by turning the flashlight on and off in rapid succession. This can be inconvenient. In order to get the flashlight to come back on in bright mode, you have to wait about 15 seconds.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Jeff VINE VOICE on February 6, 2011
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Nebo's Redline is a high-output flashlight in a relatively compact and attractive package. It's pretty affordable as well at under $30, so we figured why not, let's review one.

I recently read online that Nebo Tools released a 220 lumen flashlight for under $30. At this price-point I was intrigued but cautious since most 200+ lumen flashlights are well out of my price range.

The light output specs from Nebo's website were fairly impressive, especially given its low price. The Redline has five operating modes - three brightness settings as well as emergency strobe and SOS modes. Its lumen output is 220 lumens at full power, with stepped reductions down to 110 lumens at 50% power and 22 lumens at 10%. The Redline operates at full power when in SOS and strobe modes.

In SOS mode, the Redline can be hand held or placed on its bezel for stationary use, such as on a roadside or auto's rooftop. The Redline's emergency strobe mode can be used for safety lighting, or defensive functions. Nebo mentions that a light beam "above 50 lumens within a 10 yard distance may cause temporary blindness when viewed directly."
Flashlight Body & Switches

For starters, the Redline specs out at 4-1/2"L x 1-1/2"D and 6.85 ounces. The body is well-machined from anodized aircraft-grade aluminum that Nebo says is weather-proof. The main body features smooth knurling and a machined pattern for secure gripping. The body fits well in my extra large hands, but I found the grips to be somewhat slippery especially in cooler weather with dry hands.

The front bezel is tipped with an "aggressive self-defense face" and can be rotated to adjust the focus of the light beam. The bezel twists smoothly when transitioning from a wide beam to a to tighter spot.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Philipp Marian Selman on June 3, 2011
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Normally, I wouldn't say something as rash as "the negative reviews for this product read like plants from a rival manufacturer," but they simply do. Here's why:

1. The #1 complaint I've read is the inadequate packaging that indicates that the model you receive is refurbished. This is nonsense. Mine arrived in a professionally sealed plastic package, the kind you have to cut open.

2. Ease of use. Unless you are deeply stupid, you won't have the slightest problem operating this flashlight.

3. Not tactical/made of substandard materials. Total BS. It's made of rugged, lightweight aluminum. The first thing I did was jump on it. I'm 6'4" and weigh over 300 lbs. If I can't crush it, you can't either. The serrated edges don't snag on clothing, but they would be very unpleasant to an assailant if you drove it into a tender part of the body.

4. Size. It's fits well in my hand. I can palm a basket ball, so I'd say it's not tool small. It also fits comfortably in the coin pocket of my jeans, so it's not too big. Goldilocks wouldn't be happier.

5. The only substantiated negative comment is that it doesn't have a lanyard/key attachment, which I don't personally mind at all. It's a tactical light, not a key fob after all.

I'm not saying that this flashlight is as good as a $200 model, but if you don't have that kind of cash, it's a great alternative. I've already purchased a second one for my motorcycle.
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98 of 112 people found the following review helpful By MM on November 10, 2010
This has to be the best light for the price range. You can always find something better but your going to pay 2 to 5 times more. At 220 lumens and if the air is calm and not dusty I could to almost see up to 200 yards. For the money and what I received I am 100% happy and would recomend to anyone.
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