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Ledlenser MT10 Torch

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Ledlenser’s research and development team in Germany spend lots of time looking at ways to pump more light out of torches and headlamps, and this time we think they have outdone themselves!
The brightest headlamp for its weight EVER!

This torch might be tiny but it's performance is anything but! With an output of 1000 lumens, the MT10 will blow away torches many times its size. Being so compact and lightweight, you can take the MT10 with you anywhere you go.

The MT10 operates on a rechargeable Li-ion battery, with the built-in USB port making recharging the torch easy. As an added bonus a battery status indicator is built into the switch so you can see how much charge the battery has at any point.

Featuring Ledlenser's patented Advanced Focus System which provides seamless transition from broad floodlight to a sharply focused long-distance beam and Smart Light Technology offeirng 3 light functions, the MT10 is sure to impress.

Covered by Ledlenser's 7 year extended warranty.

Comes with: Rechargeable battery, USB cable, pouch, wrist strap.

Smart Light Technology (SLT) - Offers 4 different light functions (power, med power, low power, strobe) and 2 energy modes (constant current & energy saving)
Advanced Focus System - Allows easy changing between broad floodlight and focused long distance beam
One-handed Speed Focus
Front switch with energy status indicator - Battery + Charge indicator
Transport lock Prevents the light from being switched on by accident - great in a pack
Waterproof to IPX4 standard - Withstands splashing

Brightness (High) 1000 lumens
Brightness (Med) 200 lumens
Brightness (Low) 10 Lumens
Beam Range (High) 180 m
Beam Range (Med) 100 m
Beam Range (Low) 20 m
Burn Time (High) 6 hours
Burn Time (Med) 15 hours
Burn Time (Low) 144 hours
Water resistance IPX4
Weight 156 g
Length 133 mm
Diameter (head) 32 mm
Diameter (body) 27 mm
Battery Li-ion Rechargeable 3.7V (included)
SLT Light Functions Power, Mid Power, Low Power, Strobe

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