Brightness and longevity are very important with this pen light.
The Ledlenser P4R Core Rechargeable Pen Light shines for its size with a superior light output of 200 lumens and has a removable rechargeable battery with micro-USB interface for eco-friendly charging. It offers a slim, lightweight design with Endcap Switch and pocket clip. The Ledlenser patented Advanced Focus System also provides precise light in spot and flood.
• End Cap Switch - a switch on the end of the light (end cap)
• Advanced Focus System (AFS) - for efficient, precise flood and spot lighting
• Eco-friendly - rechargeable battery (via micro-USB port)
• Outstanding Ledlenser light quality - brightness, beam range and run time are ideally matched to the energy source
• IP54 - Protection against water projected in powerful spray
By using rechargeable batteries, you're not just protecting your wallet, but also the environment. Regular batteries, after all, require up to 500 times more electricity to produce than they can release themselves. Combined with the energy consumption for transport and storage, the CO2 emissions are huge.
For home and life. Designed for a wide range of applications for everyday or on the job use. Equipped with Ledlenser’s latest technologies and great functionality, the Core Series gives people the opportunity to experience the best parts of our lighting products in everyday life.
• LED Configuration: 1 x Power LED
• Luminosity: MAX 200 lm - MIN 15 lm
• Lighting Range: MAX 90 m - MIN 15 m
• Battery Duration: MAX 25 hours - MIN 1.5 hours
• CRI: 70
• Battery: 1 x Li-ion 3.7V
• Battery Capacity: 600 mAh
• Water Resistance: IP54
• Rechargeable: Yes
• Length (defocused): 150 mm
• Head Diameter: 15 mm
• Weight: 55 g
Gun City is NZ's largest firearms dealer. We have been selling, importing, exporting, manufacturing, customising and repairing firearms & accessories since 1978. We have the largest range of guns, ammo & accessories available now, online in New Zealand.
Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.