Make & Pelican - SabreLight 2010PL
Max Lumen Output - 161
Max Runtime - 22 hrs.
Overall Length - 8.11 in.
Weight with Batteries - 13.4 oz.
Battery Type - C (three, not included)
Controls - Bezel activated, twist to turn on and off
MSRP - $86
URL - http://www.pelican.com

Even quicker to spot than its neon-yellow-colored body, the 2010PL is outfitted with a photo luminescent bezel shroud that allows it to glow brightly in the dark. Making it easy to find in low or no light means no fumbling in the dark to find it. The SabreLite 2010PL produces a 161-lumen white collimated beam that provides up to 10,000 hours of lamp life and 22 hours of burn time on three C-sized alkaline batteries. And, being a C-sized light, the large body is hard to misplace. You won't lose this guy to the depths of the kitchen junk drawer.

Pros: Glow-in-the-dark shroud makes it easy to find in the dark

Cons: Requires two hands to activate


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