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Simon Launches New Mini High Power Flashlight T6 Pro with Cree LED Bulb a Less Expensive Version of its Law Enforcement and Military Line
Date:7/29/2013

Orange, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

Simon launched the new High Power LED Flashlight T6 Pro with Cree LED bulb to address military and law enforcement needs for a quality right-weighted and/or mountable flashlight in certain tactical situations. Through careful design and two-phase quality control Simon has achieved a product with many advantages over those currently on the market.

The mini high power flashlight Cree LED bulb emits a maximum of 500 lumens, so bright that it has a blinding effect. This enables the operator effectively to neutralize, disable, and/or disarm actual and potential assailants, thereby preventing dangerous and threatening circumstances from escalating.

The Simon torchlight can be held by hand or mounted on a tactical weapon. Its compactness and ideal weight of eight ounces make you realize that you are carrying something without it bogging you down.

The T6061 aircraft-grade aluminum anodized black body makes for a rugged high power flashlight that is durable and built to last. The unique dial focus ring is anodized silver to visually mark it as a consumer version of its law enforcement model T6 Pro. The dial focus provides a versatile adjustable16 settings. This allows the operator to adjust the beam anywhere in a continuum that goes from tight and concentrated to a broad fan.

Law enforcement officials and military personnel require reliable LED tactical flashlights on an ongoing basis to defuse tense and life-threatening situations such as ambushes or crimes in progress. The luminance must be overwhelmingly bright to gain advantage over the criminals and assailants.

The Simon Mini High Power T6 Pro fits the bill
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