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JETBeam Launches World’s First Digital Display LED Flashlight

JETBeam has released what it claims to be the first ever series of digital display LED flashlights. The DD (digital display) series consists of five flashlights that range in size and lumens output.

Each flashlight has a patented digital display system which lets the user choose one of four modes of operation. There are three light intensity settings – H (high), E (a sideways M means mid-level), L (light) and S (strobe). Features include:

  • Cree G2 LED
  • Battery operated
  • Battery power display
  • Waterproof to IPX-8
  • Stainless steel and aerospace aluminum body
  • Battery life of up to 20 hours
  • Beam distance up to 130 meters (426.5 feet)

The JETBeam DD series flashlights retail between $79 and $95.

Original press release issued by JETBeam on October 9, 2012:

The world’s first digital display LED flashlight of JETBeam has been launched. The digital display series includes 4 models currently, DDA10, DDA20, DDC10 and DDC20.

DD series, the world’s first digital display LED flashlight is developed by EDDY. MO, the founder and chief designer of JETBeam company. This series of flashlights is equipped with unique digital display which can precisely display the brightness and the remaining power level. With this revolutionary portable flashlight, you can see the mode and remaining power clearly at any time. There are four modes offered including three brightness levels and one strobe mode, beside this, the specially-designed side switch makes selecting different modes a breeze.

JETBeam DD series, comes from innovating and leads the world trend!

Image courtesy of JETBeam

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  • gear911

    This is very useful article and providing lot’s of information about New 2010 JETBeam model! The JETBeam RRT3 puts out an amazing 1200 lumens at the LED and has a range of over 600 yards.