They just keep making it better
The P7.2 - our most popular flashlight in the Ledlenser® P-Series - is now available as a rechargeable model. The new Ledlenser® P7R represents a significant step-up from the non-recharging model in both performance and technology. The P7R features quick and easy recharging with Led Lenser’s patented Floating Charge System, with the flashlight being fully charged in 5 hours. The Advanced Focus System™ and reflector lens allows efficient, tailor-made lighting while the optimised performance allows for up to 210m beam distance and 1,000lm brightness (in Boost Mode). The P7R also features Smart Light Technology™ for individual lighting programs and optimised energy consumption - there are 3 light programs with a handy end cap switch. The torch is protected against splashing water to IPX4 water resistance and Speed Focus® with Fast Lock allows for fast focusing and secure locking of a focus position. The long life of the P7R gives up to 40 hours running time in Low Power Mode, meaning you'll always have your torch ready when you need it.
Advanced Focus System
Traditional torch focusing systems consist of wither a lens or a reflector. Lens-based systems have the advantage of emitting a homogenouslight pattern for
focused use, but over long distances almost 70% of the light is scattered and lost. Reflector systems perform well at long distances, but create rings and holes unsuitable for close-up use. Whether a torch is a lens system or a reflector system, luminosity claims lose validity because light output is inevitably misdirected and wasted depending on the application.
That’s why LED LENSER created the Advanced Focus System. It combines the strengths of both lens and reflector into a single combined system. The result is a clear homogeneous light for close-up use, and a focused, penetrating beam for long-distance use.
Smart Light Technology (Basic)
Diverse settings call for individual light programs.
Smart Light Technology allows you to program your light functions to the task at hand. Three light functions (Boost, Power, and Low Power) are easily operated with full or half clicks, ensuring your focus will be on the job, not on your light.