Optronics Nightblaster 12v handheld spotlights rated at 3,000,000 candlepower. Each light comes equipped with 130 watt quartz halogen bulbs to maximize beam power and distance.
The NightBlaster 3000 is available in black while the NightBlaster 3001 is available in white and also features a marine glare reduction lens.
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Both spotlights offer a variety of features, including:
Non-slip rubber bezel
10-foot coil cord
12-volt cigarette lighter style plug
Convenient storage compartment for cord
Searchlights & Spotlights
Does this come with battery charger ?
Doesn't require one. The light plugs into 12 volt auto- boat receptacle.
do not buy one i purchased one used it once and does not work anymore waste of my hard earned money I would give this product a big red F-
this is not a rechargeable unit. You must plug it in to your existing 12 volt system.
Liked the look of it - and the price. But when it quit after 10 minutes when entering a harbor on a dark night on its first use, the lesson "one gets what one pays for" was driven home. Fortunately I had a back-up (that wasn't cheap - and worked).
Northeast Harbor, ME
3 Million Candle Power?????????
[...] the light is awesome in appearance and vesatility, however I'd like to know how many drinks they'd had when they rated it at 3 mil CP! My 1 mil CP rechargable Dorcy is about 20% brighter than this light. However, I needed a light that didn't have a battery attached and worked soley off 12 volt. I found out the hard way that if your charge on a rechargable is dead, the 12 volt plug in won't power it at all. That said, I still would have bought it as so far it works great and it is 1/3 the weight of a recharge light. I just wish there was a little more "truth in advertising"!
Huntington Beach, CA
this is a terrible spotlight. will work for a few minutes and quit working