|Output/Runtime Highest ||800 ||.0 ||lumens / 1.7 hours|
|Tactical Runtime* ||3 ||.25 ||hours|
|Length ||8 ||.9 ||inches|
|Bezel Diameter ||2 ||.5 ||inches|
|Weight w/Batteries ||12 ||.0 ||ounces|
|Batteries ||6 || ||123A (included)|
*Runtime (at highest setting for multiple-output flashlights) until output drops below 50 lumens
The UB3T Invictus®is an ultra high-output LED illumination tool with selectable light levels, strobe and SOS modes, and an ergonomic CombatGrip body design, ideal for flashlight/handgun techniques and for a secure hold with wet, cold, or gloved hands. Its rugged body is machined from high-strength aerospace aluminum that's Mil-Spec hard anodized. The Invictus puts out a tightly focused 800-lumen beam of brilliant white light that's suitable for spotlight/searchlight applications such as sweeping a mountainside in a search-and-rescue operation, locating a take-out spot for your boat in pitch darkness, or providing suspect-blinding illumination for a SWAT entry team. The high-efficiency LED emitter, virtually immune to failure since there's no filament to burn out or break, provides a far longer runtime per set of batteries when compared to incandescent lights of similar lumen output. Its selector ring has eleven settings—eight levels of light, from 2 to 800 lumens; a strobe mode; an SOS beacon; and an OFF setting for extra protection against accidental activation. Its tactically correct tailcap switch is instantly locatable and easy to operate with your thumb while gripping the light. Press the switch for momentary-on light at the selected output setting, press further, at any light output setting, and get all 800 lumens—this is our MaxBlast™ tailcap feature. Twist for constant-on light at selected output setting, twist further for max output. Finally, the UB3T also features a fuel gauge that tells you when you need a new set of batteries or need to select a lower light-output level.
Exposure to strobing lights may cause dizziness, disorientation, and nausea. A very small percentage of people suffer from photosensitive epilepsy-approximately .00025% of the population-and may experience seizures or blackouts triggered by strobing lights. Visit www.epilepsyfoundation.org for more information about this rare form of epilepsy. Anyone who has had symptoms linked to this condition should consult a doctor before using this product.
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