High quality and reliable lighting is a prerequisite for people involved in security and emergency service work, as well as recreational pursuits such as fishing, camping and hunting.
Fortunately, Narva’s new ‘Colt 1000’ L.E.D Handheld Spotlights have these activities covered, providing two model options, one corded and the second, battery-powered. These new lights are the modern successor to Narva’s popular ‘Colt 100’ handheld halogen spotlight.
The corded Colt (Part no.71001) boasts a beam pattern range of up to 285 metres at 1 Lux and 4000 Lumens, while the rechargeable variant (Part no. 71000) provides a still impressive beam pattern range of up to 244 metres at 1 Lux and 2500 Lumens.
The light output for both models comes courtesy of its six high-powered, 3W L.E.Ds, which deliver 5700°K of crisp white light.
As well as providing a superior light output, the new Colt 1000 range remains compact, manoeuverable, easy to handle and comfortable in the hand thanks to the ergonomic handle design.
The lights which have been designed and tested for demanding Australian conditions, feature heavy duty casings, which make them fully sealed and waterproof to IP66 standards to ensure ongoing performance.
The rechargeable spotlight features a 7.4V Lithium battery that delivers up to 2.5 hours of constant usage time, while recharging from flat takes only 1.5 hours using the 240V charger included. For users who plan to stay off the grid for longer periods, additional spare batteries (Part no. 71007) are available at extra cost and are easily interchanged.
With the corded Colt, a 12/24V Accessory plug is included so that is can be conveniently used across a wide range of vehicles.
Narva’s new range of high-powered ‘Colt 1000’ L.E.D Handheld Spotlights are available nationwide from leading camping, automotive, transport and four wheel drive outlets at approximately $289.00 incl. GST.
Narva is Australian owned and is a leader in the development, manufacture and supply of automotive lighting and electrical components for the automotive, marine and transport industries.