Cyclops Solutions: New Multi-Function Waterproof Spotlight

Firearms

The new waterproof spotlight from Cyclops Solutions serves as both a conventional, high-intensity spotlight as well as a flood light/lantern. The handheld spotlight provides long- and close-range illumination in one package.

Cyclops Solutions Waterproof Spotlight

The pistol grip configuration of the waterproof spotlight provides balanced ease of operation and fatigue-free deployment. Furthermore, the aluminum, PC, rubber and TPR construction of the chassis protects the unit from hard impact. The mix of these materials also gives the spotlight a comfortable, no-slip grip, regardless of the conditions. Also, the IP67 housing construction not only makes the spotlight waterproof and dustproof, but it also allows it to float.

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The 20W XHP50.2 Cree LED of the front spotlight allows the user to switch between high, low, SOS, and off. The settings are changed via a magnetic trigger switch with a locking mechanism. The 6W Cree XP-G3 LED rear light serves as a flood light or lantern. The rear light is controlled by an IC ship-monitored battery saver mode, reducing output and extending run time.

Additional features of the Cyclops Waterproof LED Spotlight include:
Model: CYC-2000WP

  • Detachable red filter lens
  • Shatterproof aluminum head
  • Wrist strap with rescue whistle
  • Storage room for a USB cord
  • 10,000-hour LED lifespan
  • 80cm USB Type-C cord
  • 4-pcs blue intellective dual-function LED indicators for charging and battery status
  • USB output 5V 1A power bank with on/off button

The Cyclops Solutions waterproof spotlight will be available soon, no MSRP has been provided yet. For more info, please visit CyclopsSolutions.com.

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