The Coast HL45 is a wide flood angle head torch and offers a maximum output of 400 lumens on the high setting from a single high power LED as well as a red LED output. Red light preserves your natural night vision and it is useful for reading in the dark, animal observation, astronomy and much more.
The Coast HP7 XDL LED torch is a polycarbonate version of the popular HP7, offering a longer beam range of 270 m when focused into the X-range range spot, and 240 lumens output on the high setting, all at excellent value for money.
The Coast HX5 LED torch has a simple on/off operation that provides a bright white illumination contained within a lightweight compact body. The HX5 has an output of 130 lumens and has a beam distance of 79 metres, using 1 x AA alkaline battery.
Quad Colour Beam: White, Red, Green or Blue Beam 80 Lumens Output
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The Coast TX10 Quad Colour LED torch is not only a white light torch, but it has three more LEDs that throw red, green and blue light for multiple application versatility! With the TX10 using the Max Beam™ Multi-Reflector system you get a projected even and diffused beam with an output of 80 lumens from the white LEDs. Powered by just three AAA alkaline batteries, the TX10 has a run time of up to 9 hours, 45 minutes.
For the most demanding tasks, look no further than the Energizer Hard Case Pivot Plus. The main feature of this torch is the pivoting head which can be rotated within a 175° angle so that you can aim the light just where you need it the most.
The Ledlenser i9 CRI is specially designed to meet the needs of mechanics, craftsmen and engineers, offering a maximum output of 300 lumens from a high power Cree LED. The white LED has a high colour rendering index (CRI ≥ 90) and a colour temperature of 3700-4400 K that provides a natural light colour.
The new Ledlenser P17 updates the popular P17.2, now offering a maximum output of 1000 lumens on the boost setting. Powered by three D cell alkaline batteries, the P17 offers three brightness settings of boost, power and low power, which are operated using the push button on the neck of the torch.