Browning High Noon Extreme Spotlight Green LED Requires 3 C Batteries Polymer Black

Product #: 254556 Browning #: 3717730 UPC #: 023614091226
Ships 12/01/2015 from MidwayUSA
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  • Information


  • Designed for night hunting 
  • Up to 40 hours of run time
  • Compact size 
  • Waterproof


The Browning High Noon Green Extreme is a compact, economical, and durable spotlight designed specifically for night varmint hunting. Featuring a strong polycarbonate and rubberized housing, flexible rubber lens ring, and included shoulder straps, the High Noon is ideal when stalking game in wet, difficult terrain. If you lose your footing and fall while walking near water, do not worry! Even if the handle-mounted lanyard were to fail (which is highly unlikely), the High Noon is waterproof, floats and is submersible to three feet for 30 minutes. No matter how dark or bad the weather, the High Noon will illuminate your path with 105 lumens of green light out to 250 yards. A lockout switch and built-in adjustable stand allow for hands free use.


Technical Information

Bulb: Cree XPE LED

Light Output: 105 Lumens

Run Time: 40 hours

Battery: (3) C-Cell (not included)

Material: Polycarbonate

Length: 5.75"

Weight: 12.8 oz

Color: Black

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