Ammonite LED Stingray Rechargeable Torch

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Ammonite LED Stingray Rechargeable Torch

The LED Stingray from Ammonite Systems is a compact hand-held said to deliver 1000 lumens of light through a 16� spot- beam from three CREE XPG 2 LEDs.

The Stingray’s body is constructed from anodised aluminium alloy and Delrin, and is switched on via its screw-down head. A single li-ion 3000m rechargeable battery provides the power. The light comes with a choice of six different-coloured silicon bands, a stainless piston-clip plus a USB charger and spare battery. Expect to pay £189.

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