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Streamlight Introduces The Stylus Pro 360

The new light features a sliding bezel that reveals a polycarbonate globe that provides 360 degrees of bright light.

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streamlight-stylus-pro-360EAGLEVILLE, Pa. — Streamlight Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting, introduced the alkaline battery-powered Stylus Pro 360, a sleek, compact penlight that can also serve as a small lantern.

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The new light features a sliding bezel that reveals a polycarbonate globe that provides 360 degrees of bright light.  The flashlight also includes a bell-shaped rubber tail boot that allows it to stand upright to provide hands-free lighting.

“The Stylus Pro 360 is a convenient, durable penlight and lantern rolled into one versatile light,” said Streamlight Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Michael F. Dineen. “With its 360 degrees of lighting capability, it can instantly illuminate an entire area, whether at a campsite, when performing maintenance and repairs, or for do-it-yourself jobs.  And when you need a hands-free light, it also can stand upright.”

Featuring C4 LED technology, the Stylus Pro 360 offers 65 lumens, 430 candela and a 41 meter beam distance.  Powered by two included “AAA” alkaline batteries, the light has a runtime of 6.5 hours.

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Highly durable and abrasion-resistant, the Stylus Pro 360 features a machined aluminum alloy case with a Type II Military Spec anodized finish.  The light also includes a convenient tail cap switch for momentary or constant on operation.

Small enough to fit in a pocket, the light measures only 5.9 inches in length, and weighs 1.9 ounces.  IPX4-rated for water-resistant operation, the Stylus Pro 360 is also impact-resistance tested to one meter.  Available in black, the light includes a removable pocket clip, holster, and lanyard.

The Stylus Pro 360 has an MSRP of $45.00 and includes Streamlight’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

 

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