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Lightforce Striker 170mm Lamps in Stock.

Lightforce Striker 170 Lamp. 12 volt. 135.00

Lightforce lamps have gained the reputation for being the most durable and specially suited lights on the market.

This light plugs into a cigarette lighter or a deben lithium ion battery pack.

Lightforce have brought the solid lamp and light technology to the outdoors.

The Lightforce SL170 Striker is a popular lightweight light with a 170mm lamp reflector providing a compact yet powerful light.

The Lightforce 170 Striker has been engineered with a hi-tech polymer for extra strength along with a maximum performance high grade Lightforce reflector.

The LightForce SL170 also boast innovation, such as the insert in the bottom of the handle, can house a spare lamp bulb that can be easily replaced in any environment.

Lightforce features include:

Lamp Reflector housing rotates to easily tailor light beam pattern to suit the users requirements, flood light or spot light

Quality On/Off switch for user comfort and durability

5/16 BSW robust brass ferrule for mounting options

Ergonomically balanced handle for superior handling with user friendly texture to ensure no-slip in adverse conditions

High specification bulbs to ensure unequalled brightness

Lanyard securing point for extra security.

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Flock Master
Friday, December 3rd, 2021

Also Red & Amber Filters & Bulbs for Lightforce Striker Lamps.

Flock Master
Friday, December 3rd, 2021

These the one that couldnt be got there for a while.

Friday, December 3rd, 2021

Lightforce are made in Australia and there have been quite afew covid and shipping issues.
We have been air freighting them but its very expensive at several thousand euro per pallet.
The Blitz have been a bigger issue and with them being larger shipping far more expensive.
Sea Freight also increased to nearly 10 times what is was 14 months ago
Hoping the next sea freight delivery will bring prices down some bit.

Flock Master
Saturday, December 4th, 2021

Ye I heard gou got them through customs on Thursday fellas cry out for them.

Saturday, December 4th, 2021

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