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Pelican Recoil 2410 Submersible LED Flashlight w/ Black Finish 2410C
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Gift to replace a competitive brand

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MO Written on January 31, 2010
The "blue-light" hazard is not unique to this flashlight, but to any LED that emits in the 500 nano-Hertz light band. That includes blue LEDs and cool white LEDs. See <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-light_hazard>

I have had, for over 20-years, an older bulb-type Pelican in the same packaging, have two of these LED versions, and bought this as a gift to my daughter to replace a large, heavy C-cell flashlight brought down by corrosion.

I particularly like the battery sleeve that allows removal of corroded batteries, and the Pelican warranty. I turned in that oldest one, where metal in the bulb-holder had been corroded by batteries, and Pelican replaced by a newer, explosion-proof model.

The battery life, the extremely bright light of the Pelican, and its very usable size are great. I used them as a volunteer firefighter, and they are even more useful as my 78-year old eyes are gradually getting dimmer with cataracts. The latter can be fixed, but the Pelican helps until I do.
Pros: Big light in a much smaller pkg, corrosion protection, submersible, usable in explosive atmosphere
Cons: "blue-light" hazard to eyesight...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Light that justifies its Price

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on April 29, 2009
In my adventures (geocaching, night hikes, roadside tire changes, caving, abandoned mine exploration, Snow Survival) I have gone through a number of flashlights. However this light has been my favorite thus far.

The construction is extremely rugged. I've dropped it, tossed it, sat on it, and driven off with it on the roof of my car, with only cosmetic damage.

The beam is amazing. It has the brightness and intensity of a good LED but Pelican has managed to colminate it into a nice tight beam.

My only beef with this light is that I tweaked the switch mechanism once while screwing the head back on. However, witha quick examination of the problem, was able to fix it infield without any tools.

Overall a great, lightweight light.
Pros: Bright, Tight Beam; Rugged; Waterproof
Cons: Switch construction a bit fragile...
Would recommend: Yes
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