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Unfortunately Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet. You can also explore other items in the Flashlights category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

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Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086 Product Info

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The RX350 Xenon Flashlight is a blindingly bright tactical flashlight with a high output Xenon lamp, anodized aircraft aluminum body, rear switch actuation, and custom faceted spot to flood reflector with an effective distance of 225 feet. Uses a single CR123 battery; weighs 2.9 ounces.

Specifications for Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086:

  • Light Source Type: Xenon lamp
  • Light Source Quantity: 1
  • Light Source Life: 20 hours
  • Output Color: White
  • Output Color Modes: White
  • Output Lumens: 150
  • Illumination Distance: 415
  • Housing Material(s): Aircraft anodized aluminum

Features of Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086:

  • Rear switch
  • Aircraft anodized aluminum
  • Adjustable Beam
  • Best in clase Xenon lamp

We offer a complete line of Gerber Flashlights. For our full selection of products by Gerber on sale please visit our Gerber page. For more Flashlights please visit our Flashlights store section.

Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086 Unorderable Models

Gerber RX350 Xenon Flashlight, Black 80086, MPN: 22-80086, UPC: 013658800861, Code: GB-FL-80086

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Helpful Negative Review Ouch! BAD PRODUCT! by Legacy Reviewer, September 17, 2010
I put the battery in and played with the light outside for a few minutes. Next I put the light (turned off) on my kitchen table and went to bed. A couple of hours I heard a loud "POP" and went to find out what was going on. The light had blown up...
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