Waterproof IP67 transformer with 5 foot ac power cord for 40 and 48 led dock light and drop light.$29.95 – $34.95 Select options
- Multiple Lighting Modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, and SOS
- High intensity: Puts out 1200+ lumens. To compare, a police-grade flashlight is around 1000 lumens
- High Capacity Batteries/Charger Included: Comes with 2 brand new Samsung 2600mah high-quality lithium-ion batteries and a 2 battery charger
- Portable: Fits in your pocket
- Water-resistant: Built with water-resistant O-rings. Non-submersible
Dual 18650 lithium ion wall battery charger. Input AC100-240v 50/60hz. Good in most places around the world. Insert 1 or 2 batteries and plug into any standard wall socket. Red=charging Green=charged. Typically takes 4-12 hours to fully charge the lithium batteries. Charges at 750mah for a nice slow safe and long battery lasting charge. Quick chargers typically shorten the life of the battery and it's discharge cycles.$5.00 Add to cart
- Portable: Runs off (2) lightweight Samsung commercial-grade 3 amps/hr, 18650 lithium-ion batteries. Other gigging lights on the market require you to carry around a 12V battery, making this incredibly lightweight and easy-to-use. The lighthead only weighs 12 ounces and the PVC shaft weighs 6 ounces. Together it weighs slightly over a pound.
- High-Intensity: Puts out 1200 lumens in bright white from a Cree XML L2 LED chip. Even in less than ideal murky water, this light will illuminate a huge area equivalent to 1 of your car headlights on high.
- Capacity: About 2 hours of run-time for non-stop flounder gigging. Additional batteries can be purchased if 2 hours isn't long enough for your use.
- Multipurpose: Can be used for casting, trolling, or anywhere a high-powered waterproof high-intensity light source is needed.
- Fish Attractant: Use this light for nighttime gigging of flounder, frog, shrimp, etc. Fish are attracted to light during the night.
- Color: We use bright white because it is proven to be the best for flounder gigging.
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