Cyclops Duck Commander Apollo 200 Lumen LED Flashlight Aluminum Black

Product #: 546362 Cyclops #: CYC-LF200-DC UPC #: 888151003527
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The Cyclops Duck Commander Apollo Flashlight is a dual function light with a high output Cree XRE-Q5 LED bulb.  The Apollo can switch from spot to flood light and also function as a lantern for hands-free use.  With a 200 Lumen max output, this flashlight can reach out to 600 feet in spot light mode.  You can choose between 100% light output, 75% output and a strobe setting.  The integrated hang hook allows you to hang up the Apollo XP and use the lantern mode around the campsite.  The rear tactical switch allows for easy push button operation.  The three (3) AAA batteries will power the Apollo for up to 180 minutes.


Technical Information:

  • Bulb: LED
  • Light Output: 200 Lumens max
  • Lighting Modes: 100%; 75%; Strobe
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Battery: (3) AAA (included)
  • Material: Aviation grade anodized aluminum
  • Length: 4.25" to 5.5"
  • Diameter: 1.5"
  • Weight: Not listed by manufacturer
  • Color: Black

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