600 Lumen Rechargeable Cree Tactical Flashlight

The 600 Lumen Rechargeable Cree Tactical Flashlight is one powerful lighting unit. Practical and user-friendly for years, the Cree Tactical Flashlight has two twist-focus settings. Just rotate the bulb assembly for a narrow or wide beam.

The Cree LED bulb produces 600 lumens and its light lasts for an incredible two hours on a single three- to four-hour charge. Encased with a tough aluminum-construction body, the Cree Tactical Flashlight uses very little energy via LED technology.

It weighs one pound and includes a 3.7V rechargeable battery, three AAA replacement batteries, 110V plug-in wall charger, and 12V car charger.

Light up the night year-round, anyplace, anytime with the 600-lumen Rechargeable Cree Tactical Light.

For more information, contact:
Cree, Inc.
4600 Silicon Drive
Durham, NC 27703


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3 Responses to “600 Lumen Rechargeable Cree Tactical Flashlight”

  1. William M. Robinson

    How long is this flashlight. It appears to be the proximate size of a light that uses two AA batteries.

    • Tom Kacheroski

      Hi William: The ad says the flashlight is 7-7/8 inches long. Thanks for being a customer of Sportsman’s Guide!

  2. Jonathan Tacled

    I really like this Cree tactical flashlight! I like the color and size too but am not sure if 600 lumens is enough to be a solid light for the long term. Hi Tom, what do you think? Is this a good go-to tac light for the long term or should I consider another? Thanks!

    Jonathan Tacled