Streamlight Introduces Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach LED Flashlight

Streamlight Introduces Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach LED Flashlight

Streamlight, Inc., a manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, has introduced the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach LED flashlight. With a 14-inch flexible cable extension, the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach can be easily positioned to illuminate concealed areas that other flashlights can't reach.

Streamlight, Inc., a manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, has introduced the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach LED flashlight. With a 14-inch flexible cable extension, the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach can be easily positioned to illuminate concealed areas that other flashlights can’t reach.

The Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is the latest addition to Streamlight’s family of compact flashlights, joining the popular Streamlight Jr. Luxeon. The alkaline battery-powered Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is easy to maneuver and weighs a mere 6.3 ounces, including batteries.

“The new Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach combines the flexibility of our popular Stylus Reach penlights with the power and durability of our Streamlight Jr. Luxeon to give professionals such as firefighters, automotive and industrial technicians a high-performance, versatile tool,” said Brad Penney, president of Streamlight.

“Packaged with a magnetic clip holder that attaches to any metal surface, the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is perfect for automotive technicians to see hard-to-reach areas under the hood of a car, or for use in industrial settings such as machine shops,” Penney said. “The compact, light-weight Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is easy to carry at all times, making it the logical choice for a wide range of applications.”

The Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is powered by Luxeon Star LED technology, which offers the long life and reliability of an LED with the brightness and range of a conventional bulb.

The Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach’s one-watt LED provides 24 lumens of power, which is approximately seven times brighter than a standard high-intensity LED. The super high-flux LED lasts up to 50,000 hours. In addition to a maximum run time of up to three hours, the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach provides 1-1/2 additional hours of declining usable output.

Featuring an unbreakable polycarbonate lens, the Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is made of anodized machined aircraft aluminum and includes a push-button tailcap for steady on and momentary on/off operation. The flexible cable extension is protected by a durable PVC coating.

Powered by two “AA” alkaline batteries, this O-ring sealed light is water and shock resistant, making it ideal for a wide range of professional applications.

The Streamlight Jr. Luxeon Reach is available in black and retails for $59.95. It is backed by Streamlight’s “No Excuses” limited lifetime warranty. Optional accessories include a pocket clip.

For additional information, call Streamlight at (800) 523-7488 or visit www.streamlight.com.

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