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Nebo Redline OC Flashlight

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Brand:
Nebo
Model:
Redline OC
MSRP ($):
20.00
The REDLINE® OC™ outputs 600 LUX of pristine white light. 600 LUX is bright, but what makes the OC™ so special is the OC™ (Optimized Clarity) Technology. Coupled with the convex lens, the OC™ Technology creates optimized clarity with a perfectly dispersed beam of light while in flood mode. This sophisticated technology provides the intensity of a 600 LUX light that is easy on the eyes. The REDLINE® OC™…optimized clarity.

OPTIMIZED CLARITY
Eliminating inconsistencies in light, the OC™ (Optimized Clarity) Technology provides intense, clear, pristine light that is easy on the eyes. This technology allows the light beam to be as bright on the edge as it is in the center when used in flood mode.

LIGHT
• High-power 600 LUX LED

LIGHT MODES
• High: 600 LUX – 2 Hours / 92 Meters
• Strobe – 4.5 Hours / 92 Meters

DESIGN
• Anodized aircraft-grade aluminum; water and impact-resistant
• OC™ Technology
• Convex lens
• Tactical edge
• 6x adjustable beam
• Dual-direction belt/pocket clip
• Magnetic base

OPERATION
• Rear-positioned, glow-in-the-dark ON/OFF button with Soft Touch Technology

ACCESSORIES
• Lanyard included

BATTERIES
• Powered by 1 AA battery (included)

SPECS
• Length: 4.5”
• Diameter: 1” (Barrel) 1.25” (Head)
• 0.25 lbs.
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My go-to flashlight

I think I found the perfect little flashlight for all of my adventures. This little unit puts out 600 lux (I've read elsewhere 200 lumens for this unit, in other terms). Nice aluminum construction. Nice even light output than can be zoomed. It even has a clip that will allow you to clip it to the bill of a cap. While I mostly use headlamps when hands free is needed I wanted a nice little handheld flashlight to throw in my gearbag. I'm so pleased with this unit I also carry one in my truck and in my motorcycle tank bag. The price is also right when compared to other flashlights of this output range. Great little light.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Size, construction, light output, price
Cons:
none whatsoever
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