Pelican 2350 178lm In-depth review, Pros and Cons
The Pelican 2350 (2350) released in 2014. It uses unspecified LED, OP reflector and 1 x AA battery. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 178 lm output, 4196 cd intensity, and a beam distance of 130 m.
The flashlight is a must-have tool for outdoor activities. These include camping, hiking, and night-time exploration, it offers guidance and safety. This light has 3 modes of lighting. Without mode memory, each time you turn on the 2350, it will start from the default or first mode in the sequence. It has a strobe function, which is one of the most effective self defense tools available.
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We base the specifications below on the official data published by the manufacturer, while also considering user reviews. If you found an error or something lacking in the specifications for the Pelican 2350, then tell us.
Pelican 2350 (2350) specifications
This Pelican flashlight offers portability, versatility, and reliability in providing illumination.
|aluminium alloy with HAIII hard-anodized finish
An extremely lightweight handheld flashlight weighs 74 g. A smaller flashlight is easier to carry in a pocket, bag, or pouch. This makes it more convenient for everyday use or when you're on the go. Aluminium is a lightweight material, which is beneficial for 2350 flashlight. The HAIII coating is often matte or textured. This finish improves grip and feels nice in the hand. This flashlight comes in a sleek black color option.
Color temperature is a characteristic of light. It is used to quantify the color appearance of light sources. The OP reflector is a specific type of reflector, it is commonly used in flashlights. Mechanical switches often offer tactile feedback. Users can feel a distinct click or resistance when they press the switch. A simple press or click of the rear switch turns the flashlight on or off. This removes the need for complex button combinations or multi-step processes.
You mainly need a flashlight for basic tasks like finding keys or navigating in dimly lit areas. 178 lm can be enough. It can also be enough for occasional use around the house. The 2350 flashlight has 4196 cd. It provides a much brighter and more intense beam. The throw distance is the farthest distance the flashlight can light an object. The cd/lm factor is the candela-to-lumen ratio. It shows how concentrated a light source's output is.
A flashlight's modes are different output settings or brightness levels. They can be chosen to meet different needs and preferences. The 2350 is tactical strobe ready. The strobe light is disorienting to the person it is aimed at, this makes it hard for them to concentrate.
|1 x AA battery
The Pelican 2350 flashlight is powered by 1 x AA battery. The 2350 doesn't have charger port. The 2350 flashlight lacks built-in LVP. You should use a protected battery to prevent over-discharging. This flashlight doesn't have built-in temperature control. The "7" in the IPx7 rating shows that the flashlight can survive being submerged in water. It can withstand a certain depth for a limited time without getting damaged.
According to the ANSI/NEMA FL1 Standard, we measure the performance of the Pelican 2350 flashlight 30 seconds after switching on the light. The ANSI/NEMA FL1 2009 Standard is a set of flashlight performance guidelines.
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