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TrustFire MC12 1000lm, 105m Throw Rechargeable

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TrustFire MC12 1000lm, 105m Throw Rechargeable

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R1,099.00

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MC12 headlamp full kit, packaging including accessories:
MC12 flashlight*1pcs,
IMR16340 650mAh battery*1pcs,
Magnetic rechargeable cable*1pcs,
Headlight belt*1pcs,
Headlight mount*1pcs,
Pocket clip*1pcs,
Key ring*1pcs,
Lanyard rope*1pcs,
Spare O-rings*1pcs,
User manual*1pcs,
Gift box*1pcs.
Lumen 1000lumen
Throw 105m
CD 2756cd
Waterproof Rating IPX8
LED CREE XPL Hi
Dimensions 65(L) x 21(D) mm
Weight 27g excluding battery
Compatible Batteries 16340 (Included) or CR123
Impact Rating 1m
Included Accessories MC12 flashlight*1pcs, IMR16340 650mAh battery*1pcs, Magnetic rechargeable cable*1pcs, Headlight belt*1pcs, Headlight mount*1pcs, Pocket clip*1pcs, Key ring*1pcs, Lanyard rope*1pcs, Spare O-rings*1pcs, User manual*1pcs,
Battery Life MAX 160hrs

Producing high performance professional flashlights, TRUSTFIRE has proven that top-notch products do not necessarily need to be expensive. Our company founded in 2007, focused in providing cutting edge technology associated with affordable prices and putting together a wide range of flashlights which are designed to fit your every need.
 
All TrustFire models were built based on the highest standard of quality, durability and ease of use. Built in aircraft aluminum alloy with CNC made anodized metal shell and presenting a hard-anodized finishing, it can last for ages.

Reviews (1)

Rated 5.00 on the scale 1 - 5 based on 1 customer reviews
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Nice Headlight

This headlight is bright, but does get warm on high. The strap is quite comfortable too. You can also use it as a carry around torch, and it has a magnet at the base. At first I thought it was faulty, then I realized you have to screw the battery cap on really tight until it stops, otherwise the battery doesn't make contact. The only negative I can see is that the rubber holder that holds the light onto the headband, is a little thin, so I hope it doesn't tear with repeated removing and replacing the light.

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