Crap! The power just went out. Or the car battery just died. Or you have to crawl under a house to inspect something. All these things are fine except when it happens in the dark. And when you're in the dark there's nothing better than a dependable and trustworthy ... (see full details) (see specifications) #PLC7050AC110.
Pelican Flashlights: Black Knight Rechargeable Flashlight 7050
Crap! The power just went out. Or the car battery just died. Or you have to crawl under a house to inspect something. All these things are fine except when it happens in the dark. And when you're in the dark there's nothing better than a dependable and trustworthy flashlight for your external illumination needs. Pelican 7050 Black Knight M9 Rechargeable Flashlight AC/DCT is the right tool for the right job right when you need it.
Ruggedness is provided by the lightweight body made of Xenoy and a high impact polycarbonate lens. The ABS shroud with O-Ring sealed opening makes it water-resistant. The sure-grip vinyl sheath resists chemical and extreme temperatures making sure it's not just your fair weather friend. Pelican had another bright idea (what pun?) in using a hi-pressure Halogen lamp that generates a powerful, bright white light. They even made the 7050 Black Knight on/off button big enough to use with gloves. Remember the extreme temperature thing? They weren't kidding.
The fast charger fully charges the Nicad battery stick in 2 to 3 hours, preparing the M9 for a full day's work. Or use the economic trickle charger for a full charge in 12 hours if you're in no rush. This is just another Pelican Black Night perk, making it so it's ready when you are. You don't even have to keep track of the time because of the handy-dandy LED indicator light that illuminates when the charge is done. They even provide a car charger for those always on the go. Each charge will last 1.25 hours, ample for just about any situation you find yourself in. And with over 1000 charges per battery pack think about all the money you're saving not having to buy batteries. Pelican even provides a Cordura holster for the quick draw from the hip.
Just because you're in the dark doesn't mean things have to be more difficult. So lighten up (again, what pun?) and get yourself a Pelican 7050 Black Knight M9 Rechargeable Flashlight AC/DCT. You'll beam with delight (ok, pun intended).
these flashlights are great products, every garage needs a flashlight and this one has the key features that make it perfect. Sealed switch means one handed on-off operation, no putting down the wrenches/screwdriver/coffee to turn this guy on. Then you have the rechargeable batteries, leave it in the dock next to the garage door and it will always be ready. I cant tell you how many times I have picked up a flashlight with a dead battery. Expensive tool but well worth it.