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Active Products introduces hands free lighting solution

Published: 24 November 2016

The AP ProSeries CREE LED Head Torch has proven a popular, hands free lighting solution for tradesmen, electricians, DIYers and leisure enthusiasts and has been upgraded by manufacturer Active Products autumn, to 150 lumens offering performance improvements and even better value for money.

The upgraded functionality offers users seriously powerful bright white light from the CREE LED and a 60m beam projection. 

 

With SOS Advanced flash mode, 8.5 hours of battery life and the clever IR on/off motion sensor which can activate the light with a simple wave of the hand, the AP ProSeries 150 Lumens Head Torch with a 5 Year Manufacturers Guarantee is probably the most sensibly priced, high quality head torch available on the market today.

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