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Pelican Launches the Compact
Safety Approved - MityLite™ 1965 LED

Features Multiple Approvals For Environments With Flammable Gases, Dusts and Fibers

Pelican Products, Inc. Press Release - 9/26/2010

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Pelican Products MityLite™ 1965 LED

Pelican Products MityLite™ 1965 LED

TORRANCE, Ca. - Leveraging next-generation LED technology; Pelican Products has introduced the rugged MityLite™ 1965 LED as a compact and powerful safety approved flashlight.

The 1965 LED boasts safety approvals from 4 different certification agencies and features Class I, II, III Div. 1 Grps. ABCDEFG T4 ratings so the flashlight can be used in environments where flammable gases, dusts and fibers are present. It features a safety set-screw to comply with safety approval standards. The screw also doubles as a gloved-hand grip aid for turning the light on and off.

Engineered with a next-generation LED, the MityLite 1965 LED shines 21 lumens/756 candelas peak beam intensity (to cut through smoke or illuminate a dark area). Powered by 2AAA batteries the flashlight offers more than 4 hours of usable light.

The 1965 LED sports an incredibly tough polymer construction that will stand up to just about anything that will come along. With a water, gas and dust resistant o-ring seal, it weighs in at a mere 1.9 ounces (with batteries) and features an integrated polymer pocket clip.

With an MSRP of $31.95, the flashlight is available in black and safety yellow. Like all Pelican flashlights, the MityLite 1965 LED is backed by the company's Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence.

About Pelican Products

Pelican™ Products, Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced lighting systems and virtually indestructible cases. After acquiring Hardigg Industries in December 2008, the company now operates in 12 countries, with 22 offices and six manufacturing facilities across the globe. For more information, visit, or

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