When you're starting a new project, you need the right tools for the job.ÿA pocket flashlight is the perfect way to keep things light when you're on your feet. These pocket light products are durable, bright, and small enough to make the perfect crafting companion. With an impressive battery life (especially when coupled with some of our rechargeable batteries) and a range that can shed light up to 69 feet, you will never have any reason to be left in the dark.
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The extremely compact MecArmy PT14 flashlight is built with convenience in mind. Measuring in at 3.31 inches in length the PT14 is an ideal everyday carry flashlight. Using a 14500 this ultra bright flashlight offers up to 900 Lumens and a maximum runtime of 45 hours.
The E16 flashlight is designed with the extreme compact, EDC in mind and is only 2 inches in length with a 0.7 inch round body. This flashlight is powered by a single 16340 Li-ion battery which delivers an amazing 700 lumens from its CREE XP-L Hi Neutral LED. A CR123A lithium battery can be used as a backup (300 max lumens). This flashlight looks beautiful, but it’s tough exterior is made of durable high-strength aluminum that is built to withstand the daily abuse every day carry items endure. Additional features include four output levels, strobe, two-way pocket/body clip, magnetic tail, IP68 water/dustproof, two forms of lockout protection, and anti-roll/candle tail-stand capabilities.
Offering a choice for two different battery types, 4 distinct modes, a range of over 130 meters and our easy-to-use bezel mode switching design, the E15 is all about giving you the options you need to light up any situation. Whether you use CR123s, or opt for the extended power of our 16340 rechargeable battery, the E15 is the perfect light for all your needs.
The Fenix 15th Anniversary flashlight celebrates the company’s 15 years of making high performance LED lighting products. This extremely limited edition, commemorative light features unique rose gold plating with the company’s insignia, the mythical phoenix, etched in the light’s body.