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The Guard Dog Icon produces 3,000 lumens of true white light, making it one of the brightest flashlights for consumer or professional use. The four rechargeable batteries power the four isolated high-intensity CREE bulbs. They produce as much light as two standard halogen headlights. We trust our headlights to help drive down the road at 60 mph. Imagine how it'll illuminate your path while hiking or camping.
Constructed for the way you live.
The Guard Dog Icon is built of type III aircraft aluminum alloy for strength and durability. The handle gives you a perfect grip every time and is very easy to use. Switch between ultra bright, high, energy saver low and emergency strobe modes with a quick flick of the easily accessible button. When the energy begins to run low, hook it into the cable and the red indicator light will let you know it's charging. Double O-ring waterproof let's you take it underwater and go deeper than just standard waterproofing. It's impact resistant and can take a beating. Upgrade to one of the brightest flashlights on the market and illuminate your life.
- 3,000 lumen of true white light
- 4 isolated high-intensity CREE bulbs
- Ideal for search and rescue, security, law enforcement or personal uses
- Type III aircraft grade aluminum alloy
- Easy grip handles for a perfect hand hold
- Four rechargeable batteries with charging cradle
- 4 settings (ultrabright, high, low and strobe)
- Activator button
- Battery indicator lets you know how much charge you have
- Enhanced aluminum reflector system
- Up to 100,000 hour bulb life
- All-weather resistant
- O-ring waterproof
- Impact resistant
- Lithium ion rechargeable battery
- Measures 5.5" x 4" x 2.5"h.
- Weighs 2 lbs.
Illuminate your life and order today!Features & BenefitsKey Specifications
- Item Number: 670460
- Lumen: 3,000
- Bulb: CREE high-intensity
- Bulb Life: 100,000 hrs.
- Material: Type III aircraft aluminum alloy
- Settings: 4 (ultrabright, high, low and strobe)
- Model Number: TL-GDI3000
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