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This item: Streamlight 75732 Stinger C4 LED Flashlight with AC/DC Steady Charge PiggyBack Holder, Black
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This all-purpose flashlight is designed for the broadest range of lighting needs at the best value. The Streamlight Stinger LED is a rechargeable flashlight with a super-bright C4 LED that triples the brightness of a regular LED. The combination of durable and water-resistant materials for use in extreme conditions make the rugged and compact Stinger LED flashlight ideal for use in law enforcement, outdoor use, security, fire and rescue, automotive, industrial, home use, and more. Designed for long life, it’s been tested at one million actuations. The switch independently clicks through three microprocessor-controlled intensity light modes and a strobe mode. Compact and extremely powerful, the Stinger LED rechargeable flashlight offers the latest in power LED technology.
The Stinger LED flashlight features a powerful LED that provides bright, long-lasting light. An LED is ideal for lights that are used often and over an extended period of time. No need to worry about breaking the light, since there is no glass or filament. LEDs rarely need to be replaced because they can last a lifetime. Save time and money on batteries as well, because they will last much longer with an LED than with a regular light bulb. The C4 LED is impervious to shock and has a 50,000-hour lifetime. With optimized electronics that provide regulated intensity, C4 technology provides powerful illumination. Its specially engineered deep-dish parabolic reflector produces a tight beam with optimum peripheral illumination.
Streamlight’s Stinger LED flashlight provides three lighting modes (high beam, medium beam, low beam) and a strobe:
Durably constructed for use in extreme conditions, the Stinger LED flashlight is crafted from solid, 6000 series machined aircraft-grade aluminum. It is IPX4 water-resistant and 1-meter impact resistance tested, and features a nonslip, rubberized grip for increased comfort. Its unbreakable and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lens is O-ring sealed.
Weighing 12.4 ounces, the Streamlight Stinger LED flashlight is 8.41 inches long, with a 1.17-inch body diameter, and a 1.62-inch head diameter.
The rechargeable three-cell, 3.6-volt sub-C nickel-cadmium battery can be recharged up to 1,000 times and will steady charge in 10 hours with the AC/DC PiggyBack steady charger.
Small but bright, charger holds flashlight put. Hold charge a decent time on highest setting with on and off use. I would like it if the charging base was smaller.... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sean W.
I am a REALTOR, after using this flashlight with the police department I have been sold on them for my Real Estate needs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Garry
Excellent flashlight. we have these is all our tow trucks, rollbacks and semi's.Published 1 month ago by Debra Tolle
Totally awesome light. Installed this in my truck using the direct wire kit, and now I have a fully charged flashlight in the truck at all times. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Smoothbassman
I received yesterday.
But charger problem. ..
Jack or conecter was only for car.
It's big problem with me.
I don't want charger for only car. Read more
Just as advertised, really the only thing I would suggest is that a lanyard be included with the package. My crew is very pleased with the size and the power of the light.Published 2 months ago by john seymour