NEBO Tools O2 Beam Flashlight
SKU #: Nebo-6000
The natural tendency of light is to disperse into infinite directions. We use optics to help us focus the light’s intensity in one direction. The Optimized Optics bend the light closer toward the center of the beam. The result is a hotter, brighter spotlight with the lowest power consumption in its class.
The O2 BEAM™, a breakthrough in achieving long-range, powerful brightness. This 8105 LUX LED flashlight, paired with our O2 technology™, makes the O2 BEAM™ the most cost and energy efficient flashlight in its class, with performance that you have to see to believe! The O2 Beam™ – Industry standard redefined.
100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
By John Williams
March 1, 2014
Great light for traffic enforcement
Takes a poor lighted and dangerous situation, more controllable
3 Questions & 4 Answers
from mexico,MO asked:
July 15, 2016
what are the features of the o2 beam? and how tough is it or the durability?
OPTIMIZED OPTICS (O2) The natural tendency of light is to disperse into infinite directions. We use optics to help us focus the light’s intensity in one direction. The Optimized Optics bend the light closer toward the center of the beam. The result is a hotter, brighter spotlight with the lowest power consumption in its class. Very durable light. We've had a few LEO customers use them on duty and havent had issue as of yet.
on July 15, 2016
from NV asked:
August 1, 2015
Lost my manual, how do you change the batteries?
Lefty loosey on the bottom part of the flashlight, where the power selector is. Unscrew that and you'll want to pull that red housing out that's inside there. That's where your batteries are located. Hope that helps!
on August 4, 2015
from Lafayette, LA asked:
July 3, 2014
Is there a carrying holster for the flashlight. Light is great but hard to carry around.
unfortunately no at this time we are unable to locate a holster for your flashlight we do apologize.
on July 3, 2014
try the nite-ize flashlight holder. holds lights up to d-cell mag lights.
on October 19, 2014
from Dunkirk, MD
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