Testimonial From FlashLightNews.org

GRANT’S PASS, Or. – For the man who lives by the motto, “He who dies with the most toys wins”, the AE Xenide™ ushers in a new class of flashlight – the Personal Searchlight – and delivers 10 times the lumen output of a standard incandescent flashlight.

Originally designed for law enforcement, border patrol, search and rescue, maritime interdiction, and long-range target identification, the AE Xenide™ Personal Searchlight now gives the public the opportunity to own the most powerful and exciting HID searchlight in its class, ideal for recreational activities including camping, hunting, hiking, aviation, boating or as an emergency light anywhere.

Using patent-pending technology, the AE Xenide™ incorporates the same High Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting you’ll find in a Mercedes Benz or BMW headlight.

The AE Xenide improves upon its predecessor, the AE HID PowerLight, with a number of new features and performance enhancements including a redesigned lamp and reflector delivering better focus, and higher lumen output, resulting in more light on your target with a sharper and crisper beam.

AE Xenide also features a new patent pending on/off switch, mounted behind the light head and forward of the body, resulting in better balance and single hand operation.

AE Xenide is available in 15W, 20W and 25W models. Additional new features include improved HID burner resulting in more lumens per watt, lighter weight & shorter length, and a narrower diameter hand grip for better hand fit. More new features include new ballast and battery with modular design for ease of replacement and longer run time, more shock resistance and a new waterproof version. AE Xenide features a new AC charger with CE, UL, GS & PSE, certifications and a new IPX67 rating for use in intrinsically safe environments (Pending certification).

Reprinted From: http://flashlightnews.org/story901.shtml

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