Pelican 3310R-RA Right-Angle Rechargeable FlashLight (Yellow)

BH #PE3310RAYLW • MFR #03310R-0200-245
Pelican
Pelican 3310R-RA Right-Angle Rechargeable FlashLight (Yellow)
Key Features
  • 20 / 385 / 948 Lumens
  • Right-Angle Orientation with Clip
  • Low, High, Boost & Flash Modes
  • Maximum Runtime 50 Hours
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Designed with first responders, industrial professionals and skilled trades people in mind, the yellow Pelican 3310R-RA Right Angle Rechargeable FlashLight is also well-suited to recreational and home use. Clip it to a pocket and your hands are free for tools and tasks. Compact and waterproof, the light offers two brightness levels, a high-power boost setting and a flashing mode, with a maximum runtime of more than two days.
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Pelican 3310R-RA Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction

Designed with first responders, industrial professionals and skilled trades people in mind, the yellow Pelican 3310R-RA Right Angle Rechargeable FlashLight is also well-suited to recreational and home use. Clip it to a pocket and your hands are free for tools and tasks. Compact and waterproof, the light offers two brightness levels, a high-power boost setting and a flashing mode, with a maximum runtime of more than two days.

The 3310R's 3.7V lithium ion battery recharges in five hours and will run the 385-lumen high power setting for two hours and the 20-lumen low setting for 50 hours. The boost setting puts out an impressive 948 lumens on a momentary basis when the brightest light is needed. You'll always know how much power you have, thanks to the full-time battery level indicator on the on/off switch.

The light is built for the rigors of daily use, with a sturdy ABS plastic body, type II anodized aluminum head, synthetic rubber O-ring gasket and a glass lens with anti-reflective coating for optimal light transmission.

Performance

  • Low: 20 lumens
  • High: 385 lumens
  • Boost: 948 lumens
  • Flashing mode
  • White LED

Switching

  • Location: Side
  • Type: Click-type pushbutton
  • Momentary and constant-on modes
  • Click for constant output, press and hold for boost level

Construction

  • Right-angle head with pocket/belt/strap clip for hands-free illumination
  • ABS plastic housing
  • Type II anodized aluminum shroud
  • Anti-reflective coated glass lens
  • Synthetic rubber O-ring seal
  • IPX8-rated, waterproof to 3.3' for up to 30 minutes
  • On-board charging 3.7V lithium ion battery
  • Lightweight: 7.8 oz with battery

Pelican 3310R-RA Specs

General
Lumen Output3 Levels: 20 to 948 Lumens
Illumination Source1 x White LED
Weapon MountableNo
Power
Estimated Runtime2.5 to 50 Hours
Battery Type1 x Built-In Lithium-Ion
Output Voltage3.7 VDC
Charging Time5 Hours
Physical
Material of ConstructionAluminum, Plastic
Water ResistanceWaterproof to 3.3' / 1 m, IPX8
DimensionsL: 8.3" / L: 21.1 cm
Weight7.8 oz / 221 g (With Batteries)
6.1 oz / 173 g (Without Batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.185 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 5.9 x 2.4"
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