Carson RedSight Pro Red LED Flashlight, 2 Brightness Settings, Glow-in-the-Dark Rubber Grip

Original price was: ₹1,016.94.Current price is: ₹631.05.

MODEL NAME RedSight Light™ Pro
WEIGHT 0.15 lbs
DIMENSIONS 1.2 in x 1.2 in x 3.8 in
BATTERIES 3 AAA not included
  • Red LED Flashlight That Contains 9 Red LED bulbs with Two Brightness Settings
  • Ideal for low light use, especially astronomy (reading star maps), photographic darkrooms
  • theater
  • Glow-in-the-dark grip means you’ll never misplace the Red Sight flashlight
  • Comes with a handy attached carabineer clip so you’ll have it wherever and whenever you need it
  • Included Components: Red Flashlight

Availability: 5 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: SL-33 Category: Tags: ,
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The SL-33, RedSight™ Pro – Red LED Flashlight (Two Brightness Settings) with Glow-in-the-dark rubber grip, X-Large, Green Pro is a red LED flashlight for low-light use. It has nine red LED bulbs. This flashlight is great for astronomy (reading star maps), photographic darkrooms, or reading theater programs without disturbing others. It has two brightness settings to accommodate various needs. The glow-in-the-dark green rubber grip ensures you’ll never misplace the RedSight Light™ Pro. It comes with a handy attached carabiner clip so you’ll have it wherever and whenever you need it. Uses 3 AAA batteries (not included).

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Carson Optical was founded in 1990 by Richard Cameron. A former banker, disheartened with Wall Street, Cameron started in his mother’s Long Island basement importing and exporting a wide array of products between the US and Japan. The company’s first experience with optics came in 1991 when Cameron stumbled upon a unique Electronic Binocular that was manufactured by the now-defunct Copitar Japan. Cameron named his company “Copitar USA” and began cold-calling buyers at national retail chains and writers working for major media publications. Cameron quickly gained placement in mail-order catalogs that included The Sharper Image and Orvis. His public-relations efforts gained the company much-needed exposure in media outlets that included the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Popular Science.

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