Rigel Starlite Red Flashlight

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Rigel Starlite Red Flashlight

Rigel Systems Starlite Red Flashlight

Compact, rugged ABS plastic case fits in the palm of your hand -- a mere 4.5 inches long, 1.3 inches high and 1 inch wide. DUAL Ultra-bright LEDs-- the best and the brightest with lifetimes of 100,000+ hours, never break, and provide smooooth illumination. Thumbwheel Brightness Control -- dial up just the right amount of light and conserve your battery.

Energy Efficient-- up to 320 hours at the lowest setting, 12+ hours at the brightest, from one 9 volt Alkaline battery. Exclusive brightness regulation circuitry -- prevents fadeout as batteries age unlike all the other LED and bulb flashlights. Other Features-- 9-Volt battery and 20 Inch neck strap included.

Rigel Systems Product Number: STARLITE

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ConditionNew
Warranty1 Year Warranty
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02/28/2019
William D.
United States
Great red light but.....

This was a replacement as my old one's on/off switch was worn out after many years. The variable light is great but this new one has a couple things about it I don't like 1) It takes a lot of force to get it from the off position into a lighted on mode. The opposite situation I had with my old one - you never knew for sure if it was in the off position because there was little indication it was in the detented off position.2) the little protusions for grip on the wheel are annoyingly sharp, unlike my oridginal one. To solve both problems I find it best hold the flashlight with my right hand and adjust the wheel with my left hand perpendicular to the wheel-like your fingers are turning a dial instead of rolling the wheel with your thumb.