Why settle for less when you can think big. We are talking about the powerful Klarus RS80GT flashlight which can easily light up a football field with its immense brightness. It boasts a whopping 10,000 lumens from three CREE XHP70.2 LED bulbs.
Tom Cruise fans may be familiar with this projector because he used it in one of his scenes from “The Mummy” when he came down from a cave. No doubt it certainly offered a lot of visibility in the dark. In addition to its maximum output of 10,000 lumens, it also shines up to a beam distance of 1,870 feet or 570 meters.
The Klarus RS80GT Flashlight is an upgrade from its predecessor, the RS80 with its higher lumens and larger capacity battery, and fast charging. It works with six 3,400 mAh Li-ion batteries capable of supporting 135 hours of battery life. A DC charging table allows it to fully recharge in three hours. Likewise, it charges via a USB-C cable which makes it easy to use the batteries as a portable power bank.
This portable torch is suitable for all kinds of outdoor adventures and search and rescue operations. It is rated IPX-7, so it can withstand splashing water from all sides and can briefly submerge in water. It is also resistant to drops up to one meter. In addition, it uses an advanced ITS-Intelligent system that adjusts the output according to the internal temperature to preserve the batteries and protect the circuit board. It also prevents external overheating so you don’t get burned.
The Klarus RS80GT Flashlight also comes with a bright 100 lumens COB table lamp, ideal for reading, car repairs, etc. As well as being user-friendly, it is portable with additional shoulder straps and can be mounted on a tripod. It is also quite light at 1.25 kg.
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