The Knucklehead LED Torch’s articulating head can
rotate a full 360 degrees, and pivot up and down 210 degrees. The Knucklehead LED Torches also
feature a storable hook or a clip for easy placement, and a removable magnet
with a 61 kilogram pull strength and a replaceable rubber boot.
The Knucklehead LED Torch is available in both
rechargeable and alkaline battery C4 LED models.
The Knucklehead LED Torch is manufactured from
high-impact, super-tough nylon polymer that is both chemical and corrosion
resistant. It weighs 654 grams in the rechargeable model, and 519 grams in the
alkaline model, and measures 234 mm high. The rubber dome push-button actuator
can be easily operated even when wearing heavy gloves.
The Knucklehead LED Torch has an unbreakable
polycarbonate lens with silicone anti-scratch coating set in a heavy-duty
bezel. The lens and all other openings are O-ringed sealed, and are IPX4 rated
for water-resistant operation. The light is also impact-resistance tested to two
Dual parabolic reflectors within a larger
textured reflector, provide a smooth flood pattern. Microprocessor-control
provides multiple modes of operation, including high and low intensity,
emergency flash and a long-running moonlight mode. On the high setting, the Knucklehead LED Torch delivers
1,150 candela peak beam intensity and 200 lumens measured system output, with a
runtime of 3.5 hours. On the low setting, the light provides 63 lumens and a
runtime of 16 hours, and will run continuously for 20 days in moonlight mode
and for eight hours on the flash setting. The two C4 power LEDs are impervious
to shock, and each feature a 50,000 hour lifetime.
The rechargeable version of the Knucklehead
operates on a nickel-cadmium 4.8 volt, 4 cell sub-C battery that can be
recharged up to 1,000 times, and comes with an optional four "AA"
alkaline battery carrier, providing a fast and readily available secondary
power source when needed between charges. It is available with steady, fast and
PiggyBack chargers designed for use with AC or DC power sources.