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Optronics QR2001 NightBlaster Rechargeable Spotlight


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Shine your light directly where you need it with this powerful NightBlaster® Rechargeable Spotlight. Encased in a durable white ABS Housing with a non-skid rubber bezel, this light has a 100-watt quartz halogen bulb which pumps out 2,000,000 candlepower for maximum beam and distance. In addition to producing loads of bright, reliable light, the NightBlaster Rechargeable Spotlight is equipped with a glare reduction lens for reliable on-the-water marine performance. Once the Rechargeable Spotlight's internal 2.8 amp battery begins to fade, simply recharge on the 110-volt charger with built-in overcharge protection or operate the light from any 12-volt power source using the 12-V charging cord (included).

  • Cordless Rechargeable Spotlight
  • Durable white ABS housing and non-skid rubber bezel
  • Glare reduction lens for reliable marine performance
  • 12-volt, 2.8 amp battery/100-watt quartz halogen bulb
  • Dual power: operate with internal battery or 12-volt cord
  • 110-volt and 12-volt charging cords included
Optronics QR2001 NightBlaster Rechargeable Spotlight 2.5 5 13 13
Disappointed Used once and never held charge again. I kept charging to no avail November 10, 2014
Excellent So Far I was a bit hesitant after reading the poor reviews but after using my old 2,000,000 candlepower spotlight and having to charge it before using since it would not hold a charge and the battery became useless when I left it charging continuously, I took a chance on this Nightblaster since it can be left plugged into AC without burning out the battery. It has an overload protection. First, I read the instructions carefully (important). It has been charging now for a few weeks and every few days I unplug it and then turn it on. The instructions state this should be done periodically. The light definitely lasts 20 - 25 minutes before dimming. As I stated above I can not see purchasing a spotlight, charging it, putting it on a shelf and when you go to use it you have to charge it aqain. Impractical. January 16, 2009
what a blessing So far I have to say this is great product. I replaced a larger, heavier hand held light with this product, and used it to hunt a field for a downed deer. It worked great and was light weight to carry. Item description says it has an overcharge protection built in which is an improvement from past hand held lights I have owned. We shall see, I have only had this product for 3 months and right now I love it. I still would like to see a fully charged indicator. December 8, 2010
Be Careful I can't objectively review this item because it never worked. Out of the package I charged it per the instructions but the battery would not take a charge. I had to return the light to the Grapevine store which defeated the purpose of ordering on-line as I ended up having to travel to the store anyway. I paid for overnight shipping which I had to eat due to a faulty product. November 5, 2012
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The lamp will carry 20-25 minutes of steady burn time. The best indicator to recharge will be when the lamp is fairly dim or has been unused for three or more months. Do not use the lamp until it goes completely out.

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