Item #: BRN3717760

Browning High Noon 4C Spotlight

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Product Description

Browning High Noon 4C Light is rugged and high powered value in a compact hand held package. This little beauty takes 4-C cell batteries and runs on high up to 6 hours and low 84 hours. Weighing in at only 31 lbs with batteries, it is the perfect light for household use or in the field. Effective distance of 575 yards, so you can illuminate a great distance. This High Noon Light had a Cree XPE LED bulb and is submersible up to 1 meter. Made of polycarbonate material.

Browning High Noon 4C Light Features:

  • Max Lumens 700
  • Low Lumens 45
  • Length 5 3/4 inches
  • Weight With Batteries 31 lbs 0 oz
  • Effective Distance 575 yards
  • Battery Type C
  • Number of Batteries 4
  • Battery Life On High 6 hours
  • Battery Life On Low 84 hours
  • Switch Type High-Low
  • \Color Black
  • Number of Bulbs 1
  • Bulb Type LED '
  • Bulb Color White
  • Bulb Details Cree XPE LED
  • Beam Type Spot
  • Brightness Levels High:Low:Strobe
  • Body Material Polycarbonate
  • Waterproof Yes
  • Submersible 1 Meter
  • Floatable Yes

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Steve Johnson from Canton Ga, USA.
Well worth the money more powerful than I expected will be in the rice fields of ark. This season
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
Seem very sturdy
What do you like or dislike about the features?
I like the lock on the switch to prevent accidentally turning on in blind bag or during transport
Do you think this item is a good value?
Which flyway do you hunt in?
Please give your general opinion of this product.
Have always trusted Browning. Hope to get many years service from it.
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