PWR Explorer Flashlight 2000l
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The PWR Explorer is a powerful 2000L flashlight and part of the Knog PWR modular eco-system, meaning you can enjoy it as a handheld torch or use it as a bike light (bike mount sold separately). It comes programmed with six light modes, a strong nylon webbing strap to secure it to your wrist and can also be used as a PWR bank (large) for charging USB devices. The light-head modes can also be changed by downloading our Modemaker app and personalising it to your preferences. A step up from the PWR Trekker, the PWR Explorer is ideal for anyone needing an ultra-powerful light on-the-go.
The battery indicator can also show the charge status. You can check the battery status simply by pressing the button. The red LEDs on the side of the PWR bank will illuminate for 10 seconds to display the charge status.
Keeping your flashlight safe and to hand each Mountain features a removable, replaceable lanyard for looping your hand through when in use and ease of carrying when not.
The PWR Explorer light head kicks out a massive 2000 lumens. Its lens produces a circular beam resulting in a serious flashlight for the most challenging of camping and outdoor activities. The lighthead on the Explorer is interchangeable allowing the user to change the power output with the addition of a different lighthead, or change the runtime by different PWR Bank.
PWR Bank Functionality
As our flashlight is USB rechargeable you can now say goodbye to the need for batteries. By using the micro USB cable provided you can plug the PWR bank into any powered USB port or USB wall plug charger. Not only will your PWR Bank keep your flashlight power, because of Knog’s unique design a user can also charge any other USB compatible device from this same PWR Bank.
DimensionsH: 137mm x W: 47mm x L:47mm
- Modes Lumens Runtime
- Max 2000 2
- Mid 500 9
- Stamina 200 30
- Pulse 1000 20
- Strobe 250 35
- Eco-Flash 150 200
PWR Explorer Flashlight
This is a powerful little light. It shines bright and far, holding a charge for long times of non use. My only criticism is that the end where the bulbs are located gets very hot.