Bright Star Lighting Products Introduces the New Worksafe Intrinsic LED Flashlight, The Razor!

2008-01-01 (Hanover Township, Pa.) – Officials at Bright Star Lighting Products have introduced an ultra-bright LED, light emitting diode, handheld flashlight, the Razor, to the market. Weighing less than 7 ounces and measuring a mere 7.1 inches, the Razor offers end users a compact yet powerful lighting tool.

“The Razor is the perfect flashlight for a variety of applications (municipal/airlines/fire/construction/utilities/personal use) because of its small size, long life, and overall durability,” said Matt Malcolm, Bright Star Vice President. “Razor’s LED bulb uses less energy and shines longer than traditional incandescent bulbs.” The Razor LED exhibits a piercing beam of 60 lumens; 1850 + lux at 6 feet. Its sleek design is ergonomically constructed with knurled handle that enables a maximum grip and a conveniently located push button switch for easy on and off. All this from a light that can fit in your pocket and retail for less than $ 30 dollars.

The Razor is cased in durable, corrosion resistant, composite nylon and has a knurled grip. It is powered by three AA alkaline batteries that provide 100 hours of continuous burn time. Developed specifically for those in the market for an ultra-bright, economical LED, the light has a completely watertight seal, and features an attached lanyard. The innovative LED has a run time of at least 30,000 hours.

The Razor is available exclusively through professional distributors. A belt holster is available as an optional accessory.

Bright Star began as a battery manufacturer in 1909 and has since become a worldwide leader in high-performance lighting products. The creator of the world’s first safety-approved flashlight, the company manufactures its products in the U.S.A. and is ISO9001-certified. Bright Star Lighting Products produces over 180 technologically advanced lighting products for a variety of markets including fire, industrial safety, and law enforcement. For more information, call (570) 825-1900.