SKU: GC57-ZL502177

Ledlenser P4R Handheld LED Torch

Ledlenser P4R Handheld LED Torch

Brightness and longevity are very important with this pen lamp. The P4R Core 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.

Features:

Small, lightweight, powerful pen lamp 55 g light (incl. battery), 150 mm long (defocused), up to 200 lm bright

Outstanding Ledlenser light quality brightness, beam range and run time are ideally matched to the energy source

Advanced Focus System for efficient, precise flood and spot lighting

Practical clip to attach to a shirt or trouser pocket

Eco-friendly, rechargeable battery (via micro-USB port)

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Ledlenser P4R Handheld LED Torch

Brightness and longevity are very important with this pen lamp. The P4R Core 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.

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