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Led Lenser Portable Electric Lamp F1 R

SKU: LL-F1-R

₹6,741.00₹7,490.00
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  • Highlights

    1. 10/1000 Lumens
    2. White LED Emitter
    3. Runtime: 3-60 Hours
    4. Push-Button Tailcap Switch
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  • Description

    A small device can light up the greatest of halls.


    Measuring just only 155 mm and weighing 120 g, the battery-powered brother of the F1 produces up to 1000 lumens1 and lasts an unbelievable 60 hours1. And if the rechargeable battery isn't enough, this tiny light giant can of course also run on two CR123A lithium batteries. Its features, such as the integrated roll protection or the handy fastening clip, may be small, but are rather clever.


    Xtreme LED

    This LED boasts extreme brightness as a standard feature. Translated into numbers: a luminosity of over 500 lumens.


    Light Functions

    These settings are a pure, bright delight:

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    • specifications

      • Item Code

        ZL8701R

      • LED Configuration

        1 x Xtreme LED

      • Luminosity

        MAX 1000 lm - MIN 10 lm

      • Lighting Range

        MAX 160 m - MIN 20 m


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    • Features

      Light Functions

      These settings are a pure, bright delight:

      • High Power - high light output for every situation
      • Power - medium light output for every situation
      • Low Power - economical light for long battery life, glare-free reading and working

      Switches

      Turn, press or both - how to switch these Ledlensers on:

      End Cap Switch - a switch on the end of the light (end cap)

      IP-Class

      Safety features of this Ledlenser:

      IPX8 - Protection against prolonged submersion

      Rechargeable

      By using rechargeable batteries, you're not just protecting your wallet, but also the environment. Regular batteries, after all, require up to 500 times more electricity to produce than they can release themselves. Combined with the energy consumption for transport and storage, the CO2 emissions are huge.