Salus - Guardian LED - PFD Light

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A great part of your on water safety kit. Attaches to your pfd in seconds, and has a super long battery life. Be seen, be safe!

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Guardian LED - PFD Light

The Guardian Expedition Light is a compact and lightweight safety and signal safety light. At less than 20 grams, this versatile security light is waterproof to 100 meters and can be seen at up to 3 miles or 5km. With its dual functionality of flashing and steady modes, the Guardian lasts over 240 hours per set of widely available CR-2032 batteries. The unique reverse polarity switching mechanism allows for changing the light modes simply by flipping over the battery. The Expedition Light comes with a variety of optional attachments that can be fastened to either the user or to equipment. This extremely compact hand-free LED light is primarily designed for improving the visibility and safety of its user, but will also suit anybody who needs quality light in a small compact form.

  • Extra bright LED safety light
  • Secure belt clip for easy attachments
  • Highly cost effective
  • Visible from all sides Omni-directional light
  • A simple twist of the lens turns the unit on and off
  • Unique reverse polarity switching
  • Flipping battery changes functions
  • Extra tough optical dome with high impact and shock resistance
  • Maximum visibility range: 3 miles (5km)
  • LED life: 100,000 hours
  • Dual mode: steady-on or flashing
  • Run time: steady-on mode: 100 hours; flash mode: 250 hours
  • Field of View: 180°
  • Water resistant up to 100m
  • Operates in temperatures from -40°C to +50°C
  • Optional base units and attachments allow easy fastening to clothing or equipment
  • Power supply: two CR-2032 lithium batteries (included)
  • Dimensions (light only): 1.6"x1.2"x1.2" (4x3x3cm)
  • Weight: 20g

 

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