Eagleville, PA – Streamlight®, Inc. has added two new safety-approved models to its family of Knucklehead® flashlights, the Knucklehead HAZ-LO® Flood and the Knucklehead HAZ-LOSpot lights. Both of the new rechargeable work lights feature a Class 1, Division 1 safety rating. Featuring the latest in C4® power LED technology, each light has a 210 degree articulating head that rotates a full 360 degrees, and a removable magnet with 135- pound pull strength that attaches to most contoured steel surfaces. Both models are available with either an integrated storable hang hook or clip. The new lights each offer four microprocessor-controlled modes: high, low, emergency flash, and a moonlight setting. On the high setting, the Knucklehead HAZ-LO Flood delivers 163 lumens, 730 candela, and a run time of 3 hours and 45 minutes; the Spot version delivers 150 lumens on high, 12,900 candela, and a 3 1/2 hour run time. Each light will run continuously for 20 days in moonlight mode and for 8 hours on flash mode. The Knucklehead HAZ-LO Flood model includes two (2) C4 LEDs and a dual wide pattern parabolic reflector that is inset into a larger textured reflector to provide a smooth pattern for close-up work. The Knucklehead HAZ-LO Spot model includes a single parabolic reflector that provides a tighter beam. Both lights are IPX4 rated for water-resistant operation and also are also impact-resistance tested to two meters.
For more information, please visit www.streamlight.com.