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Bright Star Lighting Products Introduces New 3 WATT LED Flashlight

Bright Star Lighting Products Press Release - 2/13/2007

Company's newest flashlight, the T2, boasts ultra-brightness and small size

Bright Star's T2 LED Flashlight

Bright Star's T2 LED Flashlight

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Officials at Bright Star Lighting Products have introduced an ultra-bright 3-WATT LED, light emitting diode, handheld flashlight, the T2, to the market. Weighing less than 6.5 ounces and measuring a mere 5.5 inches, the T2 offers end users a compact yet powerful lighting alternative.

The T2 is the perfect flashlight for a variety of applications (municipal/airlines/construction/utilities/personal use) because of its small size, long life, and overall durability, said Matt Malcolm, Bright Star Vice President of Sales and Marketing. T2s 3-Watt LED bulb uses less energy and shines longer than traditional incandescent bulbs.

The T2 is cased in durable, corrosion resistant, black anodized aluminum and has a knurled grip. It is powered by three AAA alkaline batteries that provides 20 hours of continuous burn time. Developed specifically for those in the market for an ultra-bright, economical LED, the light has a completely watertight seal, and features an attached lanyard. The innovative 3-Watt LED has a run time of at least 100,000 hours.

The T2 is available exclusively through professional distributors. A belt holster is available as an optional accessory.

About Bright Star Lighting Products

Bright Star began as a battery manufacturer in 1909 and has since become a worldwide leader in high-performance lighting products. The creator of the world's first safety-approved flashlight, the company manufactures its products in the U.S.A. and is ISO9001-certified. Bright Star Lighting Products produces over 180 technologically advanced lighting products for a variety of markets including fire, industrial safety, and law enforcement.

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