Cyclops Nexus HID Spotlight

posted on March 16, 2011

With 3,200 lumens of light and the capability of running for 50 minutes on a full charge, the Cyclops Nexus HID Spotlight makes for a formidable illumination tool.

Using the same high-intensity-discharge technology employed in automotive headlights, the Cyclops Nexus HID uses two 6-volt lead acid batteries that can be recharged with the included car or AC adaptors. A weatherproof housing protects the spotlight from the elements, and a charge indicator lets the user know approximately how much power remains. Price: $180.

Contact: Cyclops Solutions, LLC; (877) 269-8490;



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