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    Default Born for tactical works-Angryfox TP10


    Utilize CREE XML2 U4, XPE2 LEDs with lifespan up to 50,000 hours burn time
    Powered by one 18650 battery and two CR123A/16340 batteries
    Maximum 1000lumens with beam distance up to 350 meters and 58 hours runtime
    Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness, reverse polarity protection from improper battery installation
    Patented unique side light design with maximum 80 lumens
    Patented easily disassembled tactical finger ring
    Patended two-in-one 360 degrees tactical tail cap switch(Patented)
    Made of durable high-grade aluminum with premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
    151.5mm Length x 25.4mm Body Diameter x 39mm Tail Diameter, 103g(exclude battery)

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    Side light with 80 lumens, it can be as the feet light to light up your feet area.
    Also can be as the reading light


    Multi-colored LEDs are light -colored for widely use

    Mic-USB charging, the indicator is red under charging, it is green When the power is full

    Patented Family-owned “Rattlesnake” clip design
    The flashlight can stay at 45 degrees lighting angles all the time When it is hanging somewhere

    Two-in-one 360 degree tactical tail cap switch(Patented)


    Variety accessories: wrist belt, headband, waist clip, colorful filter, diffuse
    Enable the flashlight for widespread use

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    Default Re: Born for tactical works-Angryfox TP10

    200m throw translates into 10k candela or lux : 200 x 200 x 0.25 ?
    Last edited by radu1976; 11-03-2017 at 02:22 PM.

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    Default Re: Born for tactical works-Angryfox TP10

    Patented side light? Didn't Streamlight just release a model with a similar feature?
    "We can’t just go with MBAV because it’s out there and battle-proven." - Fred Coppola, deputy project manager for Soldier Protection and Individual Equipment

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