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    Safety light

    June 1, 2011

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    The MityLite 1965 LED has safety approvals from four certification agencies and can be used in environments where flammable gases, dusts and fibers are present. The light’s safety set-screw complies with safety approval standards and doubles as a gloved-hand grip aid for operating the light. Its LED shines 21 lumens/756 candelas peak beam intensity for more than four hours of usable light on two AAA batteries.

    Pelican Products Inc.

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