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Lux Pro Series 450 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight

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Lux Pro Series 450 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight


Pro Series 450 lumen LED rechargeable flashlight with TackGrip by LUXPRO. This rechargeable flashlight is compact, tactical and illuminates 450 bright lumens. There are 4 modes: High, Medium, Ultra-Low, and Hidden Strobe. With innovative electronics, users can turn the light off with one click after using the selected mode for more than 5 seconds. The hidden strobe has an access/exit feature by pressing the on/off button for approximately 3 seconds. This light comes equipped with a built-in Lithium-ion 3.7V 1800mAh rechargeable battery and includes a micro-USB cable for convenient charging. Run times are excellent with 2.5 hours when all 450 lumens are at work and over 19 hours on Ultra-Low mode, which still offers 30 usable lumens of light. This flashlight features LUXPRO's patented TackGrip that is molded directly to the aluminum body for added durability and handling comfort. It also comes with a wrist lanyard for a secure hold. It's made sturdy with aircraft grade anodized aluminum and has a sleek black matte finish. For additional peace of mind, this rechargeable tactical light comes with a Limited Warranty against Manufacturer's Defects.


  • Built-in micro-USB charge port
  • Micro-USB cable included
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum and LPE Optics
  • Patented TackGrip
  • Modes: High, Med, Low, and Hidden Strobe
  • Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • 450-lumen output
  • IPX4 waterproof rating


  • Height: 5.3 in
  • Width: 1.2 in
  • Battery Count/Size: 3.7v 1800mAh
  • Beam Distance: 163m - 42m
  • Run Time: 2.5h - 19h
  • Lumens: 450 - 30
  • Weight: 0.31 lb
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