Pelican 3330C, PM6 - Linterna (PM6, Linterna de mano, Negro, Amarillo, LED, CR123)
- Tipo: Linterna
- Tiempo de ejecución de batería: 12 horas
- Fuente de alimentación: batería
- Color: Amarillo
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro, Amarillo
Flujo luminoso: 90 lm
Longitud (cm) cartón externo: 13,46 cm
Numero de baterías soportadas: 2
Peso: 91 g
Rango de haz: 88 m
Tipo de batería: CR123
Tipo de flash: Linterna de mano
Tipo de lámpara: LED
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Believe it or not this light WILL CLIP ON YOUR BALLCAP bill and can be used as a cap light! It's a bit heavy but it works and lasts hours longer than most cap lights. The clip is darn sturdy! I don't know if you could break it if you tried.
I use this light for everything, bringing in firewood, walking the dog, looking for stuff in the garage, I take it on trips in by truck as a backup emergency light. It slips into MOLLE webbing securely, fits in shirt or jeans pocket very easily, clips on a cap bill, or stores in a backpack.
The only trouble I've had is one was only 3 months old when it got a crack in the cap that started at the lense and worked down the side. I called Pelican and they were very helpful. Since I have 5 of these lights they sent me 2 new replacement caps for no cost.
Get one, you'll love it.
So far, after about 10 hours of usage, the original battery is going strong, with very little intensity drop off. The color (temperature) of the light is quite high, about what you expect from a quartz halogen, albeit without the massive lumen output.
The belt clip is quite useful and not very intrusive when not used. The light fits into the palm of your hand, it's finely constructed and it's small enough to fit into your briefcase, travel suitcase or purse.
A few years back, I traveled around the world and I took a different flashlight along - I wish I had this one.
Best uses: Next to the bed, in your wife's purse, camping/hiking, cycling, travel, etc.
It's not recommended if you need a lot of lumens or candlepower.
The only down side I see is it uses an uncommon battery - CR123 lithium - although I have seen them in larger stores here in Europe.