Smith and Wesson Galaxy 3 Watt Cree LED 4-in-1 Flashlight/Lantern/Flasher

The Smith & Wesson Galaxy 4 in 1 Flashlight is an all new item for this year. It is first, a flashlight with 100 lumens of long distance CREE LED brilliant white light and a bulb that is guaranteed for life to never break or burn out. Run time is up to 12 hours on a single set of 3 AAA batteries (included) and the type II anodized aluminum body is weather and corrosion resistant. Secondly, use the included white filter and you instantly have one of the best and brightest camping lanterns you’ve ever seen. Hang it from a tree or the tent and illuminate everyone’s path. The white lantern filter is also great for auto repair allowing mechanics to easily view the entire engine by simply hanging the light from the hood. Switch to the red filter (included) and you have an excellent emergency signal or low brightness “night light” great for reading or moving around the house/campsite without disturbing other guests. Hold the button for 3 seconds and the light begins to flash continuously until you click the button again which is great as a distress signal to alert others of your presence. Have a flat tire? The bottom of this handy flashlight is magnetized allowing it to easily be attached to any flat metal surface such as fenders and hoods. Included with each flashlight is 3 AAA batteries, white lantern filter, red lantern filter and a metal carabineer clip. Limited lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • Flashlight, lantern, emergency flasher and work light in one light
  • 100 lumens of brilliant white flood & spot light
  • White and red lantern filters
  • 12 hour total run time
  • 3 AAA batteries (included)

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  1. Well built and very practical For most casual flashlight users this is the one to get. No matter how bright they are, most flashlights focus light into a narrow beam. In many cases, that’s not what’s required. This unit comes with two plastic screw-on caps, one clear and the other tinted red. Each cap contains a silvered cone inside which is inverted such that the tip of the cone points towards the beam when installed. When screwed on, the clear cap’s silvered cone redirects all the light output, which would normally…