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TerraLUX Introduces
the InfiniStar CR Rechargeable Flashlight

The InfiniStar CR™ has a 300 lumen output, and over 2 hours of run time on a single charge

TerraLUX, Inc. Press Release - 1/25/2012

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InfiniStar CR™

InfiniStar CR™ rechargeable LED flashlight

LONGMONT, Co. - TerraLUX, Inc.'s new InfiniStar CR™ rechargeable LED flashlight, is the world's first completely upgradeable flashlight.

The InfiniStar CR™ features an upgradeable battery, as well as an upgradeable light engine. With InfiniStar from TerraLUX, as LED technology and battery technology progress, the user can update their flashlight to new standards of performance. Powered by the incredible MiniStar ST-EX TerraLUX LED Conversion, the InfiniStar CR™ has a 300 lumen output, and over 2 hours of run time on a single charge.

Available in either a gloss black or high-visibility orange finish, the InfiniStar CR™ could be the last flashlight you will need to buy. Sturdy aluminum construction, a heavy-duty switch rated at over 100,000 cycles, and included AC charger round out the offering from TerraLUX. The InfiniStar CR™ includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

"With the InfiniStar CR™, our customers can take advantage of modular LED Light Engine technology, and know that their light will always be at the leading edge of LED performance", said Scott Cardwell, Director of Sales & Marketing. "Our customers want the latest LED, without having to buy a new light every year or two."

About TerraLUX Inc.

TerraLUX Inc. is headquartered in Longmont, CO and invents, designs, patents, manufactures and distributes innovative high-power LED OEM solutions for general lighting as well as industrial, commercial, medical and retail markets. TerraLUX flashlights, worklights and flashlight upgrades are available through tool distributors, auto supply shops, hardware stores, police and public safety retailers and online.

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