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Scare away the dark with The Beast. This dual-LED flashlight shines brighter than a car headlight, with 2,000 lumens of brightness on high and 530 on low. The frosted lens improves spotlight function, and the durable aluminum housing holds up through all your late-night adventures.

2,000 (high) and 530 (low) lumens
Aircraft-grade aluminum housing
Frosted lens for premium floodlight quality
Dual-LED technology
Weight-balanced for easy handling

ASIN#: B0199Q73LO
Model number#: RWP123A-B

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I wish I had a few bucks laying around extra this month. I would like to get one and do a product review on it. I’m very interested in it

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I'd like to compare one of these to my Nitecore TM11. It is also rated at 2000 lumens, and lasts about 1 hour on full power. I'm not sure how the Rayovac can last twice as long when its battery capacity is 40% of the TM11's. I'm guessing the specs on this thing are exaggerated. This light gets good reviews on Amazon though, and is much less expensive than the Nitecore. Reviews on candlepower forums say this light has a very bright "hotspot" in the middle of the beam.

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