Red Led Flashlight (LED)
Red Led Flashlight (LED)
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Anodized red aluminum flashlight with 9 Red LEDs. Includes 3 AAA batteries.
Colour is random/varied.
It may not illuminate 30 meters of path but I don't need to read any chart that far away !
Small and portable, it does just one thing. It is a red LED light. Push on, push off. Great!
I keep this ADM Red Led Flashlight in my pocket at all times while observing or taking night sky pictures. The flashight's small form factor and affordable cost made this a welcome addition to my observing sessions. It’s so handy when trying to read the buttons on the back of my cameras.
A great little red flashlight, though some of your visual astronomer buddies might think it is a bit bright, even though it is red
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