Bushnell HD Light

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posted on December 6, 2011
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Bushnell’s High Definition Light projects a crisp, square beam with even illumination from edge to edge. Two included 3-volt CR123 lithium batteries provide 165 lumens of output for one-and-a-half hours of continuous use, and a high-beam and safety strobe mode are included.

The light features a machined aluminum housing that is hard-anodized and O-ring sealed, making it durable and waterproof. A lighted “B” on the tailcap serves as a battery life indicator and helps the user locate the flashlight in the dark. Price: $110.

Contact: Bushnell Outdoor Products ; (800) 221-9035; www.bushnell.com.

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