Product DescriptionTheTalk ofTheTown,The Flare is so bright yet so dinkyThey will be stopping you justTo have a closer look.The power of a RedEye but in a cable free unit. Choose from disposable or rechargeable battery options and an optional charger pack forThose rechargeable batteries. SimpleTo use, simply rotateThe headToTurn on and off. Output: 75 lumens Emitter: 1 x Seoul P4 LEDBurntime: Continuous 9 hrs / Flash 22 hrs (disposable batteries)Burntime: Continuous 3 hrs / Flash 8 hrs (re-chargeable batteries
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