ExtremeBeam XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button)

ExtremeBeam XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button)

ExtremeBeam XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button)

ExtremeBeam XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button)

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Product Highlights

  • 300 Lumen; 8,500 LUX
  • Raised Button for Police Tactical Use
  • Hyper-Flash
  • Tactical Head Bezel
  • Multiple Mode Switch
  • Fixed Beam - 850 ft range
  • Holster and Batteries
  • Belt/Pocket Clip
  • High-Output LED
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ExtremeBeam EB-AB-B12 overview

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The XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button) from ExtremeBeam has an 850' (259 m) range, a 5-mode switch, a raised button and Momentary Switch for police tactical use, and a momentary Hyper-Flash. The additional Hyper-Flash feature is for nonlethal disorientation and emergency signaling. In addition to the standard high, medium and low settings, the 5-mode switch offers SOS and the hyper-flash option. At 300 lumens and 8,500 LUX @ 1 meter, the XT8-L ProRanger is an extremely powerful 5.62 oz tactical flashlight.

The bulb assembly can be switched from its standard super-high-output LED system to traditional Xenon bulbs, or to an advanced forensic UV system for crime scene investigation. And the Metal-Molle 90° holder can be added for use by firefighters with the advantage of its fire-resistant housing and convenient 90 degree design.It's the ideal light for the hunter or outdoorsman who wants lightweight and high power in a flashlight. Used within a city environment, the XT8-L can easily light up the top of a 15-story building, allowing police and rescue teams added flexibility for visual identification over extended ranges.

The XT8-L provides the operator with a highly defined and contrasted beam of bright white light. This high definition advantage coupled with its extreme brightness provides visual landscape penetration beyond that of traditional searchlights giving both the soldier and Search and Rescue team member a flashlight which can be easily carried for long distances while providing exceptional performance, rugged dependability, and extended battery life.

With its unique attached belt/pocket clip and blinding, precision-focused, fixed beam, the XT8-L flashlight is designed for extreme brightness and battery efficiency. The precision optical reflector along with the high-output LED light source provides the XT8-L with 8500 LUX of extraordinarily bright high-definition lighting. This hyper-flash ability coupled with its 259 meter projection, gives the soldier/policeman/sportsman the ability to temporarily night-blind a target, thereby providing crucial seconds of advantage in close-confrontation situations. The XT8-L is 5.6 ounces of ExtremeBeam machine.

The kit includes 2 batteries and a recharger. The flashlight is made of heavy high-density aluminum.

  • Fixed beam at 850 feet for long range illumination
  • Weapon-mountable and anti-recoil technology for the hunter, soldier and search/rescue team member
  • Measured gun range light projection: 850' / 260m
  • Battery type: 2, 3.0 to 4.2 volt CR123 batteries
  • Switch type: momentary on/off switch, shoulder protected
  • 5 flash modes: high, medium, low, S.O.S and flash
In the Box
ExtremeBeam XT8-L ProRanger Flashlight Kit (Raised Button)
  • Heavy-Duty Ballistic Nylon Holster
  • 2 x CR123 Batteries
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    ExtremeBeam EB-AB-B12 specs

    Lamp Type High-output LED
    Maximum Output 300 Lumens, 8,500 LUX @ 1 meter
    Battery / Runtime Average of 3 hours
    Construction High-Density Aluminum
    Batteries 2 CR123 batteries
    Dimensions Length: 5.4" / 137.20mm
    Head Bezel Width: 1.32" / 33.53mm
    Main Body Width: .998" / 25.04mm
    Weight With battery - 5.62oz / 159.4g
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    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.8 x 6.2 x 2.0"

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