River Rock Perfect Circle Flashlight

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posted on October 28, 2011
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Whether used for self-defense, tracking an animal or working on a truck, a flashlight is an important tool. However, most flashlights have dark circles that limit visibility. River Rock Designs has created one that produces a near perfect circle of light.

The Perfect Circle Flashlight features a precision formed lens that project a hard-edge focused, yet full beam. Testing shows that at 20 feet this light projects a perfectly round 41-inch circle of light. The light also emits a constant hands-free flash of about 80 pulses per minute for signaling.

"The Perfect Circle is especially handy where you simply want to see what you are doing or where you are going without blinding yourself or others with too much power,” said John Sedovic, president of River Rock Designs. “In fact, in some cases it might make a very handy tactical map light, purse or backpack light.”

Specifications:
•Material: Anodized, dark green aircraft alloy aluminum
•Size: Body diameter 0.8"; Head diameter 1.0"; Length 4.4"
•Weight: 4.5 oz. including battery
•LED Type: Ultra-quality 5 mm Nichia white LED
•Constant on: 30 hours
•Flashing mode: 60+ hours
•Included Accessory: Nylon wrist lanyard
•Order Number: T-AL71AA

Suggested Retail Price: $14.99; includes one AA battery.

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