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IPROTEC TWYST 250 LUMENS FLASHLIGHT

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    Jul 27
    IPROTEC TWYST 250 LUMENS FLASHLIGHT



    A flashlight that does it all with a TWYST. The TWYST features a high-power flashlight, work light and lantern all in one. The TWYST uses 3D COB LED technology that allows the shaping of light into full 3D patterns, giving optimal, bright, uniform light exactly where it’s needed. The TWYST features a 120° beam pattern in work light mode and a 360° beam pattern when used in lantern mode. Retractable base stabilizers are positioned at the bottom of the flashlight to give added stability on uneven surfaces. A powerful magnetic base also provides convenient hands-free lighting. TWYST shaping light like never before.Get more news about Twyst Flashlights,you can vist our website!
    NEBO TWYST Flashlight Worklight Lantern Magnetic Base Dimmable 6328 - BLACK. NEBO TWYST Flashlight + Worklight + Lantern - 63283 Light ModesFully DimmableAircraft-grade aluminumWater and impact-resistantMagnetic Base Retractable Base Stabilizers Powered by 4 AA BatteriesThese were display units. There is no case or batteries with these units. They still look like new and work fine.Kendallville Outdoor Power Equipment is a Stihl, Honda, Toro, and Scag dealer in northeast Indiana. We are cleaning out our old stock and listing it on Ebay. Please contact us if you have questions about any of our listings. Condition: New other (see details), Condition: Some cases have the seal broken, but they are all new and unused., Model: TWYST, Modified Item: No, Country/Region of Manufacture: China, Battery Type: AA, Custom Bundle: No, Lightbulb
    I measured parasitic drain at 38µA, so it would take a little more than two years to completely drain the included 750mAh 14500 battery.



    Moving on to the nasty stuff, first there’s a noticeable whine and PWM on the Low and Medium outputs. And second, the strobe and flasher modes seem out of place. You’re never going to use them on a utility flashlight in the first place, and it takes several seconds just to get into strobe. If there’s a saving grace here though, it’s that these extra modes are at least hard to get into accidentally.
    The NTT clocks in at $60. Just taking into account its physical and technical performance, I would consider it overpriced. And despite being a niche flashlight, it’s not very competitive either. If you want a swivel, right-angle flashlight then go buy a NICRON N7 off of Amazon. It comes in at less than a third of the NTT’s cost and has a similar feature-set.