Pelican 2430 MityLite 4 AA Xenon Flashlight (Yellow)

BH #PE2430XY • MFR #2430-010-245
Pelican
Pelican 2430 MityLite 4 AA Xenon Flashlight (Yellow)
Key Features
  • Single 87-Lumen Output
  • Xenon Incandescent Bulb
  • Push-Button Tailcap Switch
  • ABS Polymer Plastic Housing
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The yellow Pelican 2430 MityLite 4 AA Xenon Flashlight is a practical and convenient light. It features a high-powered xenon lamp that blasts approximately 87 lumens for up to 3.5 hours of consecutive battery burn time.
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$27.95

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  • This product may contain mercury. Consult your local environment authorities for regulations regarding how to properly dispose of products containing mercury.
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Pelican 2430 MityLite Overview

The yellow Pelican 2430 MityLite 4 AA Xenon Flashlight is a practical and convenient light. It features a high-powered xenon lamp that blasts approximately 87 lumens for up to 3.5 hours of consecutive battery burn time.

This MityLite is water resistant and is constructed of extremely rugged ABS. The light is very powerful and lightweight and comes with a multifunction mounting clip for attachment to a work helmet. It has a tailcap switch for easy one-handed operation as well as a separate replacement lamp for easy maintenance.

High-intensity 3.66W Xenon Lamp
Water resistant and constructed of extremely rugged ABS
Multifunction mounting clip for attachment to a work helmet
Tailcap switch for easy one-handed operation

Approvals

UL Class 1, Div. 2 CD T2A (265C)
UPC: 019428037161

Pelican 2430 MityLite Specs

General
Lumen OutputAA Alkaline:
1 Level: 87 Lumens
Weapon MountableYes
Power
Estimated RuntimeAA Alkaline: 3.5 Hours
Battery Type4 x AA Alkaline
Physical
DimensionsL: 6.5" / L: 16.5 cm
Weight0.4 lb / 0.147 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 5.4 x 1.1"
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