Flashlight has beauty and brains

A new series of LED flashlights from Lightwave — the Tec Series — provides 700 hours of light from a fresh set of batteries, as compared to an average of 10 hours for a conventional flashlight. The Tec3000 uses seven superbright light emitting diodes (LEDs), and the Tec2000 uses four. The LEDs are shockproof and reliable — you won’t ever have to change a broken bulb — and last for thousands of hours. The flashlight’s industrial grade switch is rated for a minimum of 10,000 operations. Operating cost is about .01 cent per hour, as compared to about 98 cents per hour for conventional flashlights. The flashlight will pay for itself with only 60 hours of use. For more information, call (858) 270-6016 or visit www.lightwave-usa.com.

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