Saturday, May 17, 2014

Pelican ProGear 2350 LED Flashlight - Review

I received product for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
I live in an area that is often times hit with severe storms and threats of twisters. Because of this, I have an emergency supply kit in our basement and other needed supplies throughout the house in case they're warranted for use. One emergency item we always keep on hand is a couple of flashlights.

We've owned several flashlights throughout the times, and some are better than others in terms of brightness, battery time, and quality. I was recently able to review the Pelican ProGear 2350 LED Flashlight and, although it hasn't been used during an emergency yet, I feel like it will come in handy if that occasion arises.

The Pelican™ 2350 LED Flashlight is small in size but big in light. It emits up to 100 lumens of concentrated light, with a long beam distance. There are three settings - high, strobe, and low - which are changed with the push of a button. Jason has used the flashlight on a few occasions while tinkering with vehicles in the dark, and he's impressed with the emission of light. Included is one AA battery. Also included is a removable clip, so the flashlight can be clipped to a pocket or belt. The flashlight is made of an aluminum body, so it's not cheaply made and it is fairly lightweight. As I mentioned before, Jason likes using the flashlight to look in vehicle crevices, and I feel safe that it will be useful during times of need.

In addition to flashlights, Pelican ProGear offers severe weather preparedness products. Their wares are designed and built to last.

Is your area prone to severe weather? What emergency safety items do you keep on hand?

1 comments:

Shannon said...

This sounds like a really nice flashlight! Thank you for your review.