Model # 41-6002

Internet #204305373

Dorcy Die-Hard Rechargeable Pistol Grip LED Spotlight

Discontinued Dorcy

Die-Hard Rechargeable Pistol Grip LED Spotlight

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Product Overview

The Dorcy Die-Hard Rechargeable Pistol Grip LED Spotlight contains three super bright high flux Cree LED bulbs. With a durable plastic construction design and a convenient trigger locking switch, this 500-lumen spotlight can be utilized for standing, hands-free use at your convenience. For added portability, the sturdy rubber grip can be used to easily transport this spotlight. The 41-6002 uses a new "battery saver" technology that extends the life of the battery to ensure years of great performance. Battery saver technology automatically conserves power in the battery preventing it from being completely drained. This spotlight gives continuous use, while the battery saver circuit prevents the battery from being fully discharged to help maintain battery capacity. Other features include a weight of 3.8 lbs. and a grey and black finish. The 41-6002 comes complete with an AC charger and a 12-volt charger. This spotlight measures 7.4 in. by 4 in. by 9 in. with a 4.5 in. bezel diameter. The Dorcy Die-Hard Rechargeable Pistol Grip LED Spotlight comes with a 1-year limited warranty to protect against defects in material or workmanship. Dorcy International offers an expansive range of lighting products and continues to evolve with new market demands, ranging from LED technology and fashion to leadership in new product development. Dorcy's complete packaging and distribution center is located right here in the USA in Columbus, Ohio.

  • 500 lumens
  • 6.5 hour run time
  • 925 ft. beam distance
  • Water resistant
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty




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How powerful is it? ie like a million candle power?

Asked by: jack
I don't know how much candle power this light has but it definitely lights up an area over 200 feet away with no problem.
Answered by: FreddyMac
Date published: 2015-09-20
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