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NEBO CHAMELEON TRI COLOR FLASHLIGHT

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Part# 13-17163
MFR Model# 6808

Overview

No color filters…no separate heads…and no extra attachments. The Chameleon™ by NEBO offers 3 vibrant colors all in one convenient, compact flashlight. One color changing LED switches from white to green to red with the touch of the glow-in-the-dark On/Off button. The Chameleon™ features a 4x adjustable zoom to change the beam from spot light to flood light with the simple twist of the head. The white setting produces 140 lumens of bright white light and is best used for all around purposes. The Chameleon’s™ ergonomic textured handle keeps this light secure in the palm of your hand; or when you need your hands to be free just use the powerful magnetic base to create hands-free lighting.

Constructed of aircraft grade, anodized aluminum the Chameleon™ is shock-proof and water-resistant to ensure toughness and reliability. An unbreakable polycarbonate lens makes the Chameleon™ virtually indestructible.

Green Light: Because the human eye recognizes the color green faster than other colors, green light is best used for map reading or signaling, especially in low light conditions.

Red Light: Red light is primarily used to preserve night vision. Best used for low-light or nighttime situations, this low-signature red light provides great contrast making it easy to read charts and maps. Red light cuts through smoke better than white light, does not interfere with night vision technology, ensures stealth in the dark and cannot be easily seen by the human eye over long distances.

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Q: What size / how many batteries does this flashlight use?

This flashlight uses 3 AAA batteries.

Q: Can the different colors (white/red/green) be activated independently, or do they cycle sequentially using the same power button? In other words, if I want just the red light on, at night, can I do that without turning on the others?

Per the supplier: You would have to scroll through each color sequentially using the same power button to choose the color you would like. For example, if you turn it on and then would want to turn it off, you would have to scroll through each color individually to get to the off mode.

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