Brinkmann Q-Beam Blue Max 12V Spotlight

   

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1100 Lumens

Incandescent

  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1651249

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Brinkmann® Q-Beam® Blue Max® 12V Spotlight is water-resistant, weatherproof spotlight features 1100 lumens, glare-free halogen bulb. Operates using 8' DC cord.

  • Water-resistant
  • Weatherproof
  • Halogen bulb
  • 8' DC cord


Manufacturer model #: 800-1630-0.

Brinkmann® Q-Beam® Blue Max® 12V Spotlight 3.7 5 11 11
Weak Light I bought one of these to have a corded light for when my 2 Million candle power rechargeable went dead while on the water. This light is NOT as bright as the 2 million Brinkman cordless. Switch location is a joke , a pistol grip switch if far better. I bought an extra battery for my cordless ... November 3, 2014
Not what I was wanting Little big and clumsy for mittens. Cord is unlikely to last through -25C weather. March 25, 2014
Easy & handy Light weight, great light projection and simple to use. September 12, 2013
Bright!! good light for the money but I do not like the placement of the on off switch,BUT for the money and not having to deal with the rechargeable feature that is the doom of many spot lights nowadays I am mostly happy with this purchase. June 4, 2012
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Its a 3 million
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i think this model is 3 million
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Appears to be less than 1,000,000 candle power, but the distance and width of the beam is adequate for most of my uses
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2900 lumens = 3 million candlepower
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