ALPS Mountaineering Spark 130

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Spark 130 flashlight is equipped with a high-quality Cree LED with 130 lumens of illumination at its highest setting. Built with a water resistant, durable aluminum case and easy-to-use tail switch, this compact light is small enough to carry anywhere. The Spark 130 is powered by a single AA battery and has 4 illumination modes for versatility. Features: - Extremely bright, long-lasting Cree lED - 130 lumens max output - Click-style tail switch - Four modes: High, Low, Strobe, and SOS - Uses 1 AA battery (included) - Runtime: 3 hrs (high), 7 hrs (low), 6 hrs (strobe and SOS) - Rugged aluminum housing - IPX-4 water resistance rating - Lanyard attachment points on tail cap - Length: 4.3"

- LeftLane Sports

ALPS Mountaineering Camp & Hike Spark 130 Lumens Flashlight Black 7763345. 3flashlight lumen: 130Beam Angle: 12

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Alps Mountaineering Spark 130 Flashlight Extremely bright long-lasting Cree LED Four modes: High, low, strobe, and SOS Click-style tail switch Conveniently runs on one AA (included) up to three hours on High providing 130 lumens of light, 35 lumens on low for seven hours, SOS and strobe for six hours IPX-4 rated: Water-resistant and safe for rainy weather Rugged aluminum housing Lanyard attachment points on tail cap

- Moosejaw

Handy for backpacking trips, nighttime hikes, and emergency scenarios, the ALPS Mountaineering Spark 130 Flashlight packs an impressive 130-lumens into a compact design. The rugged aluminum body withstands accidental drops on the trail, as well as jarring vibrations when it's stuffed in your car's glove box. IPX-4 water-resistance means it'll stand up to passing showers and splashes without compromising performance. The ultra-bright Cree LED maximizes light penetration when you're wandering through the woods at night and summoning the attention of passing motorists after breaking down in the middle of nowhere. It runs on a single battery, lasting up to three hours on high and seven hours on its lowest settings.

- Backcountry.com

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