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September 1, 2012

This waterproof flashlight is for hazardous areas

The LE-217 explosion-proof halogen flashlight is designed for hazardous locations. Its polypropylene body and Tufflex lens are resistant to breakage and water. The flashlight features an oversized faceted reflector to optimize the use of the two halogen bulbs, which produce and effective 10,000 candlepower beam that is ideal for inspection and general work. The non-rolling body is designed to stay in place when set on a flat surface. The LE-217 is powered by standard D-cell batteries, and comes with a spare bulb for easy replacement. — Larson Electronics, Kemp, Tex.

www.magnalight.com

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