U.S. Army SL-150 Spotlight
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The durable U.S. Army® SL-150 Spotlight is ideal for illuminating outdoor areas at night. With a 150-lumen output, this bright light is ideal for hunting, camping and many other outdoor activities. The ergonomically designed handle is easy to hold, while the trigger switch can be operated with only one finger. This rugged U.S. Army® spotlight features a heavy-duty ABS body and rubber head and is shock-proof and water-resistant.
- 150 lumen light output
- 3 watts
- Ergonomically designed handle
- Trigger switch can be operated with one finger
- Heavy duty ABS body
- Durable rubber head
- Uses 4 C batteries (not included)
- This product is licensed by the U.S. Army, in accordance with federal law; the Army receives a portion of the proceeds from the sales of the licensed products.
- Length: 6.625"
- Diameter: 3.125"
- Materials: ABS & rubber
- Run time (continuous): 5 hrs
- Distance: 175 meters
- Model #: 5590
- US Army
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 28528986
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dennis 792 Very Powerful Spotlight The price was very reasonable. It is a very rugged case and will not break or crack very easily. Hand grip is extremely comfortable and really fits your hand and you can turn the light in every direction. The only negative thing I can say about the light, (although was not important to me) but it takes 4 "C" cell batteries and is not a rechargeable spot light. This might be important to some folks since batteries have to be ready to change out. I haven't used it long enough to determine the life of the batteries but I really like the light no matter how many times I need to change the batteries. Can't say how many continuous hours they will last. Great light for camping and if you live in a rural area like I do. I intend to purchase another one. July 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SilkBanana Its a flashlight Very bright, and easy to hold. Haven't had it very long, but it sounds durable. We'll have to wait and see how long the batteries last in it, keeping them out when not using though. May 22, 2015
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