April 25, 2014

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Pelican 2350 LED Flashlight - perfect addition to any home safety kit #sponsored

Pelican ProGear  offers severe weather preparedness products, such as the 2350 LED Flashlight..  Being one of the brightest in its class, the 2350 is a great addition to any home safety kit.   I live out in the country and it never fails that we will loose power at least once a year.  One year we even have a tornado rip through and do damage, we relied heavily on candles and flashlights. 

It is always important to be prepared and have a safety kit ready for any unexpected power outages, storms, etc.  Heck it is even just as important to put a flashlight in your glove box of your car. In times of need, you may need to rely on a good flashlight to get you through a time of darkness, that is where the 2350 Flashlight by Pelican comes in.  This little guy may be on the small size, but packs a wallop of light!  It is easy to use, inset one (yes, only one) battery and depress the button and instant light radiating from it!

The 2350 LED Flashlight emits up to 100 lumens of concentrated light. Powered by one AA alkaline battery, it’s one of the brightest flashlights in its class. At only 4.23”, you’ll always want the Pelican™ 2350 LED Flashlight in your pocket.  The 2350 flashlight is designed for easy use with one hand operation and has a dual-switch mode for constant-on and momentary-on. use it in the high setting, strobe (emergency strobe for signaling) or low setting.  This compact flashlight  is also water resistant!

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