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Surefire DBR Guardian Rechargeable W/IntelliBeam - 1000 Lumens

$235.89 CDN

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Description

Bezel Diameters     19mm      / 12mm
Length     4.35 inches
Weight w/Batteries     4.7 ounces
Output 12mm Low     15 Lumens / 62 Hours
Output 12mm Med     300 Lumens / 4.25 Hours
Output 12mm High     1,000 Lumens / 2.5 Hours
Output 19mm Med     250 Lumens / 4.25 Hours
Output 19mm Low     15 Lumens / 60 Hours
Output 19mm High     800 Lumens / 2.5 Hours
All performance claims tested to ANSI/NEMA FL1-2009 Standard.

The rechargeable Guardian was designed and built with the Great Outdoors in mind. This dual-beam hand-held flashlight features two separate LED/reflector assemblies to deliver two very different beams, both incorporates our auto-adjusting output IntelliBeam™ Technology. The dual-beam configuration provides the ultimate flexibility to adapt to any environment.
A rechargeable lithium polymer battery not only powers both beams of light, it features a USB-C connector for taking a charge and also to charge small devices at 5 Volts with a current range of 1.5-2A (0.5A from a USB 2.0 source).
An ultrasonically welded body and charging port cover keep the elements out no matter the season. An integrated lanyard loop provides a secure attachment point to securely tether the Guardian to your wrist or neck.
Features

-IntelliBeam Technology automatically and seamlessly adjusts light output from 15 to 1000 lumens depending on environmental conditions
-Five pre-programmed profiles that offer various output configurations including IntelliBeam mode
-19mm parabolic reflector is engineered to project a beam at far distances up to 227 meters
-12mm MaxVision Beam reflector provides a broad, rich beam for generous lighting at distances of up to 105 meters
-Charges small devices at 5 Volts with a current range of 1.5-2A (0.5A from a USB 2.0 source)

Details

  • Model: SFDBR
  • Manufactured by: Surefire Flashlights




This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 December, 2018.