Brinkmann® Max Fire Marine Dual Xenon Rechargeable Spotlight
This cordless Max Fire Marine Dual Xenon Rechargeable Spotlight by Brinkmann lets users control brightness by easily switching between single or dual beams. Constructed from tough ABS plastic, the Max Fire Marine Spotlight’s rechargeable 6-volt 2.3 Ah battery provides up to 90 minutes of run time with one Xenon bulb and 35 minutes on dual Xenon bulb mode. In addition to the pistol grip design, this cordless spotlight is outfitted with a metal fold-down bracket to allow for convenient hands-free illumination. Plus, the spotlight’s on/off trigger has a lock button for ease of use and battery conservation. Includes a 120-volt AC charger which operates from standard wall outlet and a 12-volt DC charger/adapter for recharging from a cigarette lighter receptacle.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by sherwoodva bulbs cost too much My unit bulb burned out quick and its not a warrenty thing. It comes two for 9.95 only from Brinkmann and then 8.00 shiping. that is 17.95 for a 32 dollar flashlight. Too expensive. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by coopergsr a great deal a bright light with option of burning 1 bulb or both, also option of locking on trigger. Seems to be a well made, durable product. Perfect for the boat, can be charging while in use via accessary plug. February 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by chiefrentz Excelent Light This light is perfect for most needs. This is my second one. The first one, I was careless and broke it. I Liked it so much I got another one. I use it for a work light, tracking deer and camping. The pistol grip is great and I like the trigger lock If you need a great, close to medium range light, this is it. August 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by mjmcclure best boat spotlight i've had this light for two years now and it works great! it's slim design allows it to be stored in tight spots unlike the bigger round spotlights, and it has a locking switch so you don't have to keep your finger on it the whole time. i usually keep it in a shallow storage compartment under the seat or in the crack beside the seat. i use it a lot for checking the banks and shoreline when i'm running up river. i usually keep it plugged up in the dark so i know it stays charged. it also comes in handy while loading the boat up in the dark. it's really bright and has been durable enough to last all the conditions of two years on the water so far and i'm impressed with it! April 19, 2012
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