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Explosion proof LED flashlight from Larson Electronics' LLC Magnalight

November 6, 2012
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Magnalight explosion-proof flashlightThe Magnalight EXP-LED-F4W intrinsically safe LED flashlight has a 4 watt LED that produces a very tight, well focused pencil beam of light. Unlike many LED flashlights which produce a wide beam spread, this unit produces a tight round spot beam with clearly defined edges, giving it excellent range and intensity.

The specially designed grip pattern provides secure handling, even in wet, oily and slippery conditions.

Weatherproof and intrinsically safe, this light produces a light beam that at 100 feet has a spread of only 9 feet.

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