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ASP Tungsten CR1 LED Flashlight, 265 Max Lumens - 35713

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Part #: ASP35713 | ASP Products
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Description
ASP35713: Tungsten CR1 LED Flashlight
ASP
 
When designing the world's finest public safety lights, there can be no compromise to quality. Performance is paramount. Reliability is king. Small, powerful, incredibly bright. These were the criteria for the Tungsten Series by ASP

The reduced form factor of the Tungsten is made possible by a revolutionary new light engine. ASP research developed a unique technology which produces brilliant white pre-focused light. A constant current driver is combined with a mathematically precise collimating cone to achieve unparalleled output. Advanced optics are coupled with precise machined high strength aerospace aluminum. All surfaces are then anodized with a proprietary Type III matte black hardcoat finish.

The Tungsten Series of lights is available in USB, CR1, and CR2.

The Tungsten CR lights provide smaller size options but maintain the innovative design, unparalleled performance, exclusive optics and three position switch that makes them lights without equal.
Features
  • Designed to professional law enforcement standards
  • Aerospace aluminum construction
  • Precision machined
  • No sharp edges
  • O-ring sealed for maximum water resistance
  • Distinct profile
Specifications
  • Length: 3.90"
  • Diameter: 0.83"
  • Weight: 2.2 ounces (with batteries)
  • System: 3 volt
  • Cell: One CR123A Lithium Battery
  • Output: 265 lumens
  • Run Time: 1 hour
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
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Aaron S
Mount Pleasant, Sc
Feb 03, 2017
Pros: None
Cons: Durability, Battery Life
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I'd never heard of this brand before, but I got a deal on this particular light and thought I'd give it a try. What a waste. The selector switch would get stuck from day one, and after a week, the button stopped clicking. And to be clear, I wasn't carrying the flashlight, nor even using it. Fiddling with it was all it took to ruin it apparently. I was able to fix the button, but then the light wouldn't come on in spite of the button working again. I replaced the battery to see if that was the issue, and it worked for a couple days before crapping out again. At that point, I gave up on it. I have too many great flashlights to continuously screw around with poorly made garbage like this.
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