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ORCATORCH wireless charging flashlight WR10

TypeSell
RegionChina
Post Time2016-10-27 06:58:47UTC

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ORCATORCH WR10 is the first multifunctional flashlight with wireless charging technology and intelligent recognition control technology. It features the wireless charging system and can automatically stop charging when fully charged to preventfrom ove-rcharging. It will recongnize the failure of power or the remove of the charging cradle and automatically turn on for emergency
use. With the "candle mode" design that makes it act as a small table lamp, IPX-8 waterproof and intelligent power indicator design, WR10 is a super All-Rounder for home security, emergency escape, outdoor sports, law enforcement as well as search and exploration.
Products Features:
* Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED, max 950 lumens output * Uses 1*26650 battery or 1*18650 with a battery sleeve
* The latest wireless charging technology, convenient in charging
* Support AC charging and DC charging
* High efficiency constant current circuit, constant brightness
* Toughened glass with two-side coating
* Over-charge and over-discharge protection function * Over-heat protection function
* Intelligent power indicator * Anti-roll, slip-resistant body design
* Four lighting modes, two flash modes, and one moonlight mode
* Max intensity of 24200 cd, max beam distance of 311m
* Alloy aluminum reflector with professional optical analysis
* IPX-8 standard waterproof(under water 2 meters)
* Impact Resistant to 1 meter.
* Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
* Aircraft-grade high strength aluminum AL-6061-T6 with premium Type III military hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
* The intelligent recognition and control technology, automatically turn on for emergency lighting when the power failure is detected.

Contact Information

Contact PersonCiCi Yu
Telephone008618676726738
AddressChina Shenzhen 528102
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