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Peli showcasing new 7-Series tactical torches at Eurosatory

Posted 26 April 2018 · Add Comment

Peli Products will be introducing new models in the Peli 7 Series LED tactical torches family - the 7110, 7610, 7620 and 7070R - at the biennial defence and security exhibition, Eurosatory in June (11th to 15th).

Peli Products, the global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced portable lighting tools, introduces the Peli 7 Series LED tactical torches family.
 
The Peli 7 Series lights are built on the foundation of the successful Peli 7600 and Peli 7100 tactical torches, which are trusted by some of the largest law enforcement professionals in the World. Peli Products takes Lighting technology to the next level with the introduction of the newest tactical torches as part of the 7 Series, the Peli 7110, 7610, 7620 and 7070R. These new models will be showcased at Eurosatory.

“The Peli 7 Series tactical torch line has been developed with law enforcement in mind,” said Piero Marigo, Managing Director of Peli Products. “The launch of the Peli 7100 and Peli 7600 lights brought our most versatile duty and tactical expertise to the market and the latest four additions to the range combine those features along with new exciting technology. We know a torch is a key component of an officer’s arsenal so our Research & Development team spent time with users to develop a range of intelligent torches according to their needs in different situations.”

One of the distinct features of the 7610 and 7620 tactical torches is the ability to run with multiple battery choices including AA, CR123 and rechargeable. The Peli 7110 model runs with both AA and CR123 batteries. This advantage give officers flexibility and ensures that the torches will never leave them without light when it’s needed most. In the same style as their predecessors, the lights are manufactured with an extremely robust aluminum body and type III hard anodized finish, making them tough and versatile.


 
The Peli 7070R tactical torch (above) features exciting, industry-first Bluetooth wireless technology. It allowes the user to personalise the illumination modes (up to five switch sequences with varied light levels and/or flashing modes) through the intuitive app (Android and iOS).

This, combined with wireless USB charging, makes it the most advanced Peli torch ever.

Every Peli 7 Series tactical light features a full-time battery level indicator and several operational options with five selectable programs and four modes: high, strobe, medium and low. With extreme ingress protection, they are able to withstand the harshest weather and extreme conditions during any mission. All Peli 7 Series LED Tactical Torches are covered by Peli’s legendary lifetime warranty.

 

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