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Field & Stream Bloodtracker Flashlight

$29.99
Field & Stream Bloodtracker Flashlight - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The versatile Field & Stream® Bloodtracker Flashlight is ideal for hunting, hiking, camping and more! Illuminate an area using the white 100-lumen LED or use the red and green light mix for highlighting red-colored objects - perfect for blood tracking. A 4x adjustable beam lets you change from a spotlight to a flood beam. A glow-in-the-dark button on the base makes the Field & Stream® Bloodtracker Flashlight easy to use in the dark.
FEATURES:

  • Uses LED technology
  • Mixture of red & green lights creates an amber-like color to highlight red-colored objects
  • 2 light modes: 100 lumen white LED or 70 lumen green/red
  • 4X adjustable beam - spotlight to flood
  • Durable anodized aluminum body
  • Scalloped head design
  • Reversible steel clip
  • Glow-in-the-dark button on flashlight base

100% White LED mode:
  • Lumen output: 100
  • Run time: 4 hrs
  • Beam distance: 80m

Red/Green LED mode:
  • Lumen output: 70
  • Run time: 5 hrs
  • Beam distance: 70m


Specifications:

  • Materials: Anodized aluminum
  • White LED output: 100 lumens
  • Red/green output: 70 lumens
  • Uses 1 AA battery, included
  • Model #: CEH00984
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 24274016

Customer Reviews:

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Serious buyers read!! Ok, so I hate products that gave no reviews because I base a lot of my purchases on what users are saying about the product. If you're like me you're looking at this product because you need helping finding a blood trail, which is why I bought the light. I ran to Dicks the night a blood trail turned to a drip and picked this little guy up. After using it I have one thing to say: THIS IS NOT A MAGIC TRACKING LIGHT It is however an extremely useful tool to use when needing help seeing red blood. When I turned it on in the pitch black woods I was very happy with the brightness of the LEDS. To switch over to the "Red and Green" blood seeking lights it's just a light press away. When this mode is on it makes the colors of what you're shining it on pop. When you're shining a regular LED light over the ground per say, the color red can blend in quite well with fall foliage. Now when you turn the blood light on it really deepens the color of the blood making it stand out from what it's laying on. The head on the flashlight twists left and right, tightening and widening the beam of light, this is very useful for very big areas and then concentrating the light on a smaller area when you find blood. All in all as a hunter this has been very useful, but I think people expect it to have a black light glowing effect on the blood and it doesn't. If that's what you're expecting you will be extremely disappointed. However if you're looking for something that helps contrast blood with the ground this can be a great tool for tracking! November 13, 2014
Blood Tracker Have been amazed with how well anything red shows up. Would have missed many of these with regular flashlight. November 29, 2013
not effective Lost a nice buck due the flashlight . Did not work for tracking blood. Save ur money and get a good IV tracker November 5, 2013
Not a good light. Red green functionality quit working 2nd or 3rd day then the switch became totally intermittent and wouldn't turn the light on at all. It would take 10-20 clicks before it would turn on. I will be returning for one of their more expensive lights November 4, 2013
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