Koehler BrightStar's New Flashing Light, The Freakin' Beacon(TM) is Freakin' Bright and Class I Div.1
Hanover Township, PA (Viz Release) June 22, 2020 - - Koehler BrightStar has introduced the Freakin' Beacon, a palm-sized, lightweight, personal safety beacon which can be programed to a steady flash mode, random flashing mode or steady mode and seen from over 1000 feet away. It can signal the location of a worker in a low light situation when attached to the back of their hard hat or harness and can be used to identify teams by assigning them each a different color.
The Freakin' Beacon(TM) comes in multiple colors and it runs up to 25 work days! The green color runs 36 hours on steady and 144 hrs. on flash. The blue color runs 48 hours on steady and 192 hours on flash. The red, white and amber colors run 65 hours on steady and 200 hours on flash. Powered by just 2 AAA alkaline batteries, the Freakin' Beacon is a Class I, Division 1 light with an IP67 rating. That means it is dust proof, waterproof and will be able to survive underwater at one meter's depth for 30 minutes.
The large push-button switch is designed for easy operation with a gloved hand. The Freakin' Beacon attaches directly to helmet or hard hat. You can choose from several back attachments, including a metal clasp, plastic or spring clip or a magnet mount. A 3M dual lock is included standard with all attachments. An accessory helmet band is also available.
The Freakin' Beacon weighs just 3.4 oz with batteries and measures 2.7'L x 2.6'W x 1.5'H.
The MSRP is $47.99.
For more information, visit Koehler BrightStar at www.flashlight.com
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Koehler Bright Star, LLC, 380 Stewart Rd., Hanover Township PA 18706 1-800-788-1696
A Marmon/Berkshire Hathaway Company