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Pelican 2350 Tactical LED Flashlight - 178 Lumens - Includes 1 x AA - Black (023500-0001-110)

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Small Size, Large Performance

Pocket Like It's Hot!

What we have here is the ProGear™ 2350 LED flashlight from Pelican. This light is a pocket sized flashlight, which produces a high performance output, all in a rugged aluminum package. Measuring in at only 4.23" long, you will always want to carry this pocket rocket on your person or in the car. The knurling on the body provides a secure grip, so you don't have to worry about dropping it. If you do happen to drop it in a puddle, the ProGear 2350 is IPX-8 rated and can be submerged for up to 30 minutes. There is also no excuse for you not to have this on you, as a removable pocket clip in also included. Great for camping, hiking, toolboxes, walking the dog, or just to keep in the car in case of emergency.

Lighting Technology

Brilliant White Light

The ProGear™ 2350 emits up to 178 lumens of concentrated white light. While in Low mode, 15 lumens is produced and can operate for up to 21 hours. You can access the three different output modes (High/Low/Strobe) via the rubberized tailcap switch.

Powered by a Single AA

Widely Available and Inexpensive

Powered by one AA battery, the ProGear™ 2350 is ready to feed you light for up to 21 hours. The best part about it is that Pelican threw in a AA battery, so you're ready to go as soon as you receive the light. Once that battery goes on you, you can easily find more, as AA batteries are widely available and inexpensive.

  • Energy efficient & durable LED
  • 3 output modes (High, Low, & Strobe)
  • Push button tail-cap
  • Powered by a single AA battery
  • Aerospace-grade aluminum housing
  • Knurling on the body provides a secure grip
  • Removable pocket clip
  • Made in China
  • Runs on: 1x AA (Battery included)
  • Output mode/Runtime:
    • High: 178 lumens / 2.25 hrs
    • Low: 15 lumens / 21 hrs
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 4196 cd
  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 4.23" (107mm)
  • Weight: 2.6 .oz (73.7g) (excluding batteries)
Runtime (Hours):-2.15-21-
Output Modes:Dual Brightness Levels, Strobe
Compatible Batteries:1 x AA
Batteries Included:Yes
Included Accessories:Batteries, Pocket Clip
Flashlight Usage:Every Day Carry
Throw Distance (Max):130m
Switch Location:Tailcap
Product Certifications:IPX-8
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, Pelican Limited Lifetime Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Primary Material:Anodized Aluminum
Product Weight:2.6oz
Product Dimensions:4.23" (L) x
Country of Origin:China
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By Duke
Bronx NYC
EDC Flashlight
September 1, 2020
Good little light easy to carry and a good brand and price.
By James
Fairfax, VA
Excellent throw for the size
August 19, 2020
This light has a great throw for the size and battery (1 AA). Would make a good emergency light combined with a lithium AA battery. The only con is that the spring tension on the battery is strong and tends to scratch the battery - no biggie on disposable batteries, but a bit of an issue with NiMH ones.
By vince
sunnyvale, CA
Nice simple single AA flashlight
April 6, 2017
I own a lot of flashlights. The reason for the Pelican 2350 for me was its simple UI (user interface), plus it utilizes a single AA battery. I use an Eneloop rechargeable in mine. As a "tactical" light I think it works well. Its pretty bright and the tint is on the whiter side. I also have a Streamlight 1l-1aa, it has a warmer tint. The Streamlight is rated at 180 lumens and side by side comparisons, they are both very similar in brightness. The Pelican has a tighter hotspot due to its larger head/reflector. You can say the Pelican is the thrower of the two. The flashlight is on the larger size of single AA lights in my opinion but I don't have a problem carrying it in my front right pocket. I liked this model when it only had 100 lumens and when this updated model with 178 lumens was released I picked up two.
  • Bright for a single AA battery flashlight. Simple rear button user interface. Modes are high, strobe, and low with no memory. Due to larger head/reflector, the light has a decent amount of throw.
  • The larger head/reflector makes this light fall on the larger size for single AA.
By Alex
United States
Top AA Thrower
January 21, 2015
Having purchased many 1xAA lights from brands such as Fenix, LumaPower, Romisen, Inova, Streamlight, etc. I can say I'm thoroughly impressed with this offering from Pelican. Largely, it represents the improvement offered by the new CREE XP-G emitter over the older XR-E series. To put it simply this light's output would be considered substantial for a 1xCR123 light with a CREE Q2 or a Q5 LED, the state of the art only a couple years ago.

This light is a fantastic outdoor (camping, hiking) torch. It has a brightly focused hotspot, allowing for amazing throw from a single AA cell. The beam is well balanced even given this, and the low setting is very useful for close-up tasks. The form of the light itself is fairly large for a 1xAA, being that it's over 4" in length and over 1" in diameter at the bezel. That said, it is really comfortable to hold and has knurling in the right place to provide a very secure grip.

Notably this light is rated at "100 lumens", which sounds meager compared to the lumen ratings from other manufacturers. DO NOT BE FOOLED, this is easily as bright as any of the AA lights which claim 130, 140, or even over 150 lumens. The difference is that Pelican measures the actual luminous flux produced from the torch, rather than listing the theoretical lumens the emitter will produce while being driven at a given current. ...I won't even get started on the importance of luminous intensity (candela) over total flux but be assured this little flashlight has it where it counts.

I had some minor issues with the switch on this light (admittedly after dropping it a few times). The only problem was that for a short time I couldn't get it to cycle through the other modes. It would still switch on with no reluctance, but it essentially became a single-mode light with only the high setting.
  • -Very bright
  • -Excellent 'throw'
  • -Good battery life
  • -Momentary switch
  • -Rugged casing
  • -Sturdy clip
  • -Switch 'issues'
  • -Anodizing not HAIII
  • -Won't tailstand

Pelican 2350 Tactical LED Flashlight - 178 Lumens - Includes 1 x AA - Black (023500-0001-110)

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