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The Cornea LED Flashlight from Gerber illuminates the darkness to keep your path well lit. Narrow main cylinder fits securely in your hand; rear push-button control lets you operate unit with your thumb and aim the beam police-style. Anodized aluminum casing provides years of durablility. Operates with a single LED bulb casting an even, adjustable white beam; LED bulbs are virtually indestructible and greatly enhance battery life. Regulated output provides even lighting throughout the lifespan of batteries (up to 7 hrs. use per set). 2 AA batteries included. Closeout.

- REI

This stylish, rugged metallic flashlight features adjustable beam functionality, an anodized aluminum housing, and boasts a 40% longer burn time and a 15% longer effective range than its closest competitors. The adjustable beam offers full illumination at its center (no "black hole"). The rear tail cap has a lanyard hole and houses the on/off button.Rear toggle switch.Anodized aluminum body.Adjustable beam. High output LED. No "black hole" in wide beam mode.Single white LED bulb.Light Source Life: 50,000 hours. Output Color: White. Output Lumens: 18.Illumination Distance: 230 feet.Housing Material: Anodized aluminum.Batteries: 2 AA.Length: 6.3 in.Weight: 4.5 oz.Color: Green.

- Campmor

Gerber Cornea LED

Discontinued

The Cornea LED has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$15.93 - $24.99

The Gerber Cornea LED is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 21, 2012 at REI.

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