Product DescriptionThe Flash packs a punchTo get you noticed day and night. It's also bright enoughTo see your way home when you get caught out and small enoughTo hide in your pocket. It's fully sealed and easyTo use, simply rotateThe headToTurn on and off.The Flash can be bought withThe Spark Charger PackTo have a fully rechargeable system.The Flash can use either disposable or rechargeable batteries,The best performance will be from using Exposure Lights' own batteries.The Flash will produce 40 lumens output wit
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