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Nightstick Pro 2-in-1 Flashlight

Adamson Industries Corp.

November 18, 2011 - Products

Adamson Industries Corp. announced the addition of Bayco's Nightstick Pro 2-in-1 flashlight. This safety light series comes with seven models and is designed as a lighting tool for law enforcement, security, and industrial professionals who need a full-size, lightweight, handheld task light.The thin profile and oval shape fits the size of any hand. For added utility, there's a removable magnetic clip and lanyard ring for belt carry.

The Nightstick Pro 2-in-1 safety light series is designed with super bright LEDs. One switch controls the momentary or constant flashlight, and a second switch controls the safety light.

The light, powered by four included AA alkaline batteries, emits 150 lumens flashlight and 20 lumens colored LED safety light and runs for more than 10 hours. The oval shape is ergonomically comfortable, and the non-slip textured body is made of soft-touch finish polymer housing. The housing is impact- and moisture-resistant.

The safety light series is available for immediate shipment for $39.95.

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