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Nextorch TA40 set hunting flashlight set 1040 lumen rechargeable with magnetic mount

Regular price $175.00
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TA40 hunting set is a 1040 lumen long-range tactical flashlight set, including Nextorch RM87 super strong magnetic aluminum weapon mount, Remote Pressure Switch (TS4-L), 1 x18650 battery and the powerful TA40 flashlight. With more outstanding beam distance among same-size flashlights for long-range search, T7 can help you discover the prey or risks quickly. Besides, TA40 features the 2-in-1 charging port, that the quick plug-in remote switch shares the same waterproof port with USB charging system for convenient use in hunting without changing another cap. Patented DUO SWITCH with ‘click and tap’ function enables the TA40 to use one switch for easy momentary activation and modes switching.

Specifications:

  • LED: CREE XM-L2 (U2) LED
  • Power Source: (Included) 1 x 18650
  • Peak Beam Distance: 285 meters (935 ft.)
  • Brightness Outputs:
    • Turbo - 1040 Lumens - 1 Hour
    • High - 530 Lumens - 1 Hour 30 Min.
    • Medium - 250 Lumens - 3 Hours
    • Low - 100 Lumens - 10 Hours
    • Strobe - 1040 Lumens - N/A
    • S.O.S. - 400 Lumens - N/A
  • IPX Rating: IPX-8 (Waterproof and submersible up to 2 meters)
  • Impact Resistance: 3 meters (9.84 ft.)
  • Dimensions:
    • Length - 5.79" (147 mm)
    • Head Diameter - 1.34" (34 mm)
    • Body Diameter - 1.00" (25.4 mm)
  • Weight: 4.37 oz. (124 g)
  • USB Direct Charge
  • Proffessional Hunting Accessory
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