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Pelican 1920 LED Flashlight, Black
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- Made in USA
- Ultra bright 120-lumen output on high, 12-lumen output on low
- High & low beam mode switch
- Type II anodized aluminum body
- Light output of 120 Lumens/High, 12 Lumens/Low
- Powered By 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries
- 9 Hour Runtime on Low, 3 Hour Runtime on High
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||4 x 5.3 x 0.8 in||0.6 x 5.3 x 0.6 in||1.38 x 6.19 x 1.3 in||0.74 x 6.15 x 0.74 in||0.78 x 4.64 x 0.78 in||0.75 x 6.25 x 0.75 in|
|Item Weight||2.2 ounces||1.64 ounces||—||6.08 ounces||12.13 lbs||4.8 ounces|
|Light Source Type||LED||White LED||led||Not Specified||led||led|
The new Pelican Pro gear 1920 LED 120-lumen pen flashlight is designed with style and function in mind. Using readily available and included AAA batteries, these bright LED lights create a clean white beam. Long burn times combined with hi-lumen output make for an efficient lighting tool; the perfect personal light.
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Pelican 1920-000-110 1920 LED Flashlight.
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Top customer reviews
If you run it constantly, yes it will kill the batteries. However I've found that to be true with all penlights that are bright.
I had this at a lake fishing one night not to long ago. I let someone use it and they dropped it out off their mouth in about 5' of water. It was a man made fishing dock. There was no safe way of getting into the water unless you walked to the other end of the dock then swam all the way back. It was dark and late so I left my &19.99 investment lay at the bottom.
We fished for a few more hours. When we left the light had been submerged for over 2 hours and it was still on. Even still somewhat bright.
So for the light it gives off and the toughness of the light I'm giving it 5 stars.
I could dock it a star for the bulky feeling of the light on your hand but I think the pros outweighs the con in this case.
Now that the price has gone up I should've went for a long swim that night.
Super lightweight, I don't ever notice it in my pocket and this thing is on me at all times. The brightness is crazy. That's all I got to say. Very concentrated, clear, white center with a decently sized outer ring. This is a great light to check something specific, say, getting a readout.. or maybe if you're a mechanic. This is the thing for you.
The light is not scattered too well, as you could probably guess by looking at the size of the flashlight's lens.
Two different output modes, as the manufacturer has already stated. The dimmer light output is welcome when looking at something up close as the bright mode will scorch your eyes, especially against a lighter colored background.
I have no idea why some people complained about the clip being too firm and taut; quite the opposite, I feel like it could be a little bit more firm. I don't know what those people try to stretch it over, their fingers?
The batteries that came with the light were shockingly bad and I can see why there might complaints about the longevity. With the original set, I didn't even get close to 30 minutes of decent output, let alone the stated 2 hours and 45 minutes. However, upon changing them out with Duracells, I've had no issues and this set of batteries is still going strong after a few weeks and I use this light often.
The batteries do rattle a little inside, however, it's almost unnoticeable. This wasn't the case with the original set at all. I am assuming this has got more to do with slight variations of the size of different batteries, than the flashlight itself. Had the manufacturer decided to have less tolerances, I would assume this would make the flashlight a bit heavier as well as it would require more material on the inside. No complaints here, but I did notice it.
It's waterproof, too, which is a huge bonus as I work on the water. Mind you, this doesn't mean submersible, there are other Pelican lights for that.
The flashlight is not rated shockproof, however, I've accidentally dropped mine a few times from about 4-5ft on metal surfaces and there hasn't been any damage whatsoever, which is a testament to its quality.
I contacted Adorama and they sais I had to take the issue up/ return it to the manufacturer Pelican. When I contacted them they said I could return it to them, but I had to pay all shipping BOTH ways. Their DEFECTIVE PRODUCT and I have to pay,
BEWARE DO NOT BUY !
BRIGHT! (actually hurts my eyes if I shine it on anything reflective)
Durable (dropped it at least 5-10 times so far and its holding up great)
The texture of the Flashlight is perfect to grip it
First use it started to get warm pretty quick..
Still gets warm if I leave it on for over a minute or 2 on high
Goes through batteries FAST! I'm changing them once every 2 or 3 days on average
Overall for what it is and what I use it for I love it. Makes life 10x easier when I can actually see from just pulling this out of my shirt pocket when i'm tied up on something