Streamlight ProTac 1AAA Tactical Penlight

Item Code: 88049
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  • Features TEN-TAP Programming
  • Strobe for disorienting
  • Includes nylon holster
  • Solid State power regulation
  • Rubber push-button tail switch
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    ALKALINE BATTERY POWERED TACTICAL PENLIGHT The Streamlight ProTac 1AAA Tactical Penlight is a great compact, back-up light that doesn't lack power. Put this light in your pocket and always be ready to light your way, wherever you go.


        • Features TEN-TAP Programming - Choose from three user selectable programs:1.) high/strobe/low; 2.) high only; 3.) low/high
        • C4 LED illumination output and run times:
        • High for bright light: 115 lumens; 890 candela; runs 1.75 hours (alkaline); runs 2.25 hours (lithium)
        • Low for a less intense beam and longer run time: 8 lumens; 65 candela; runs 17 hours (alkaline); runs 23 hours (lithium)
        • Strobe for disorienting or signaling: runs 1.5 hours (alkaline); runs 3.75 hours (lithium)
        • Includes nylon holster and one AAA alkaline battery (also accepts one AAA lithium battery for extended run time)
        • Solid State power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
        • Rubber push-button tail switch
        • Durable, anodized aluminum construction with impact-resistant tempered glass lens
        • IPX7 waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes; 2 meter impact resistance tested
        • Unbreakable pocket clip
        • Anti-roll head
        • 3.94" (10 cm); 1.3 oz (37 grams)
        • RoHS compliant


        • High Lumens: 115
        • Run Time on High: 2.25 hours
        • Run Time on Low: 23.00 hours
        • Beam Distance: 60 meters
        • Max Candela: 890
        • Battery: TypeAAA Alkaline, AAA Lithium
        • Battery: Quantity1
        • Length: 3.94 inches (10.01 centimeters)
        • Weight: 1.30 ounces (36.85 grams)
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