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Peli to introduce its latest tactical lights and cases at Milipol

Posted 22 October 2019 · Add Comment

Peli Products will be introducing its latest models of tactical lights, including the 7600 and its new 1745 Peli Air Long Case, at Milipol Paris 2019 (19th-22nd November).


Courtesy Peli Products

 
These will inlcude the most powerful compact tactical light to date, the Peli 7600 (above), which incorporates the latest LED technology and a compact design to make it a salient solution for law enforcement professionals in the field.

To personalise and fit individual needs, the 7600 provides high, strobe, medium and low modes, giving users the option to choose from five different programmes. The high-performance of the 7600 (up to 944 lumens, only 15.7 cm long), a USB rechargeable lithium ion battery and a full time battery level indicator, ensures professionals will always be able to lightup their missions while knowing what the battery status is.


 
Peli will also be displaying its Air 1745 Long Case (above), which is the first Peli Air case with press and pull latches that keep the lid shut through rough handling but are easy to open on arrival.. Now pro-users can protect their long equipment in a case line that is up to 40% lighter than other polymer cases.

The 1745 case has integrated wheels and is 111,8 cm long, so users will be able to comfortably transport weapons, tripods, surveying equipment and other lengthy equipment, in the harshest environments.


 

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