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Adventure Lights Guardian Expedition Light Beacon Marker

RRP: $17.26 (You save $2.07)
$15.20 (inc VAT) $14.38 $12.66 (exc VAT)
SKU:
Guardian Exped
Weight:
0.03 KGS
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Product Description

The Guardian Expedition is rugged, easy to use and can be seen for over 5 Km or 3 Miles.

With its dual functionality of flashing and steady modes, the Guardian lasts over 240 hours on a single battery. Whether hiking, camping, running, walking or racing through the woods on a mountain bike, the Guardian is the one light to have when being seen is a must.

We use these lights on dog collars and on buoyancy aids for night river searches.

Waterproof to 300 feet and almost indestructable, with an operating range of -40 to +50C, the Guardian is available several different versions to suit multiple applications.

The Expedition comes with battery and locking belt clip.

Weight 23g

 

 Available in yellow, red, blue, green or white
• Belt clip included
• Highly cost effective 
• Omni-directional light (visible from all sides) 
• Directional light visible up to 5km in darkness 
• Dual mode - steady-on or flashing 
• A simple twist of the lens turns the unit on and off 
• Flashing - up to 250 hours of operational light per set of batteries 
• Steady-on - over 11 hour’s bright light and 100 hours of operational light per set of batteries 
• Lifetime led (rated at 100,000 hours) 
• High impact resistance - extra tough optical dome 
• Rugged - designed to withstand being driven over by an average car 
• Operates in temperatures from -40°C to +50°C 
• Ultra compact - measures 41.0x52.3x31.0mm 
• Ultra lightweight - just 20g/0.7oz. Including clip and batteries - will not restrict movement 
• Optional base units and attachments allow easy fastening to clothing or equipment

 

Warranty Information

Full manufacturer warranty

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