Coghlan's Emergency Strobe Light


Includes Three lenses for appropriate color selection/usage

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Coghlan's's Emergency Strobe Light page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Coghlan's Emergency Light strobe can make your location known to rescuers or you can use it to mark a spot you wish to return to. Includes 3 different colored lens covers to suit your situation; clear is the most visible and is best for emergencies; red and amber are ideal for warning or marking. Dome-shaped lens cover allows for visibility over a 180deg range. Xenon bulb throws bright light and has a long life; bulb flashes up to 60 times per min. 4 AAA batteries (sold separately) provide up to 10 hrs. of continuous operation; simply twist the bottom of the strobe to turn on and off. Gaskets create a waterproof seal to a depth of 50 ft. Included lanyard lets you attach the strobe to a pack or wear it over your neck; belt/strap loops on the strobe can be used to attach the strobe to your body or to a backpack. Built-in magnet fastens the strobe to a car or other metal object.


Flashes 60 times per minute for approximately 10 hours. Waterproof to 50 feet (15 m). Includes magnetized bottom and a wrist strap. Powered by 4 AA batteries (not included). Includes three lenses for appropriate color selection/usage.

- Campmor

Emergency strobe light for signaling, warning, or marking when on the trail, hunting, boating, snowmobiling, or on the road.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Coghlan's Emergency Strobe Light

previously retailed for:
$11.95 - $16.00

The Coghlan's Emergency Strobe Light is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 15, 2013 at REI.

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