Extreme portability; this compact light is the ideal handheld for an emergency kit. Its C4® LED technology is impervious to shock; with 3 lighting modes (high, low, emergency signal), its ready for any situation/. Produces a long-range, 210 lumen beam with excellent peripheral lighting. Fold-out stand; hanging ring. Uses 4 C batteries (not included). Includes 12VDC power cord. Runs up to 8.5 hours on Hi, and 120 hours on Low.
Rated 5 out of 5 by singer2 Better Than Expected
Very impressed with this Spotlight. Been looking for something that was intense, tough as in vibration resistant, great center spot with a wide outer beam, something that would run on batteries when needed, and would also run off the 12 Volt Accessory Outlet when needed. I use it on my ATV for hunting, for exploring, for evening rides which can go into the night time befoe we get home. Great Battery Life, just always carry an extra set for backup which I love better than rechargable. Well worth the price!
June 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Moose308 AWESOME LIGHT
You can't beat it for the money. I'm thinking of buying another one already.
June 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JXNMS Best Light Ever
This light is awesome! It is small, but still has a heavy, durable feel to it. The end of the light and the handle is rubberized, which adds more durability to it. The light is very bright. It throws an incredible spot for its size, but it also throws a flood around the spot for great peripheral lighting. I bought this mainly for running trotlines in the river. Have not used it yet for that, but I have no doubt it will do its job. I was impressed before I even turned the light on. When I took it out of the box and held it, it just had that feel of quality about it. Definetely recommend this to anyone looking for a good spotlight.
January 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by DeWitt Awesome light
Must buy for any reason you can think of, its just that good!
November 3, 2010
Not sure of the CP equivalent, but there are some websites with the conversion factors listed. Some have where you can insert the values into a formula. Just look for "lumen to candlepower conversion."