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Browning High Noon Spotlight & Chaos Light

Browning High Noon Spotlight

Browning High Noon Spotlight

How many times have you been frustrated with your flashlight for spotlight?  No matter if you are camping or tracking a deer you need to have a reliable light.  The new High Noon Spotlight is a great new addition to the line up of lights by Browning.  The new High Noon Spot light features Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity pattern along with easy to carry handle for extended periods of time in the woods.  The amount of light that comes out of this spotlight is tremendous along with it has an extended run time at 84 hours.  The other feature I like about this light is the Soft Touch Grip that allows you to keep the light going for long periods of time without your hand getting tired. 

There are soo many applications of a quality spotlight for the outdoors person.  Like all Browning products you can be confident that the High Noon will be tough, reliable, and will last for many many hunting seasons.  Here is a quick review of the many features of the Browning High Noon Spotlight:

  • Waterproof – Floating – Submersible to 1M for 30 minutes (ANSI IPX8)
  • Incredible Cree® LED shines to 435 yards. 200 lumens
  • 84 hours (3.5 days) Run Time on Low setting (45 lumens)
  • 27 hours Run Time on High
  • Fast-Strobe setting for personal safety and signaling
  • Safety Lock-Out on handle protects light from turning on accidentally
  • Lightweight with Soft-Touch grip. Only 18 oz, including batteries
  • High-impact polycarbonate housing with rubberized lens ring
  • Folding stand with multiple positions for hands-free use
  • Includes lanyard and shoulder carrying strap
  • LED is rated for 50,000 hours and never needs to be replaced
  • Drop-tested to 1M on concrete (ANSI 1M)
  • Requires 3 C batteries (not included)

Cree® 50,000 hour LED emits 200 lumens and illuminates objects up to 435 yards away! This waterproof spotlight is submersible for 30 minutes.  That is a very useful feature for the hunter and outdoors person.  Many other lights will not last in the rain for extended periods of time.  The fact that  you can use this light in a down pour is an amazing feature in itself.  Other features include Fast-Strobe setting, safety lockout, Soft Touch grip, folding stand, lanyard, and shoulder strap. 84 hours runtime on low, 27 on high. Requires three C batteries (not included).


Browning Chaos Tactical Hunter Light

Browning Chaos Light

Having a powerful light that is small enough for your back pack or pocket is just as important as high quality spotlight.  The new Browning Chaos Tactical Hunter light has some amazing features as well just is a smaller size. 

  • Powerful and versatile performance
  • Powerful Cree® LED lamp - up to 150 lumens on high setting
  • Durable aluminum construction with Dura-Touch Armor Coating
  • O-ring sealed for ANSI IPX4-rated water resistance
  • High, low, and strobe settings
  • Lockout tailcap switch - prevents light from turning on accidently
  • Uses two AA batteries (included)

Delivering big lighting performance in the field, the Chaos Tactical Hunter LED Flashlight from Browning gives hunters a compact, rugged light they can trust. Built around its high performance Cree LED lamp, the Chaos delivers up to 150 lumens of light on its high setting, giving you a bright beam up to 130 yards out. Constructed of rugged aluminum and o-ring sealed, this lightweight light meets ANSI standards for drops (1 meter) and water resistance (IPX4).

Features high, low, and strobe settings. Efficient light delivers up to 24 hours of runtime on low setting (10 lumens). Runs on two AA batteries (included). Features lockout tailcap switch that prevents the light from turning on accidently. Dura-Touch Armor Coating provides additional protection and a sure grip in changing conditions. Color: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®.

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