Nightlightning Blaast Lights

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This Blaast! uses a high efficiency switch mode driver with no advanced options like fuel gauge/flasher modes etc. But we have set the drive current at 1000ma (Can supply at 700ma) for the maximum brightness. Simple on/off switch. Comes in the DCM format only. For those who want the most light and minimum extras. Huge SSC P4 LED power!

Optional flood optics available, easy to change over.
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