Ledlenser MT10 Outdoor
The rechargeable torch for life.
13cm (5.1") long. Weight 156g (5.5 oz). With LED-protecting soft-start, powerful 1,000 lumens and up to 180m (591ft) of beam distance.
Unlike conventional torches, this one has a soft-start. Instead of immediately lighting up at full power, the performance is gently increased. In less than a second, the LED has reached its full brightness, yet an abrupt start is avoided. The integrated XPL LED is protected; its lifespan is thus further increased. In addition, heat generated during use is dissipated via the housing. It is therefore not without reason that the manufacturer gives a 7 year warranty on housing and LED.*
Enormous 1,000 lumens**. Up to 180m of beam distance***. Easy and fast to focus with one hand.
Lightweight at only 156g (5.5 oz) and 13cm (5.1") length, it’s perfect for a backpack, handbag, car etc. Single button operation for 3 brightness levels (1,000, 200, 10lm) and strobe function. Individually programmable switch combinations. The patented Advanced Focus System also allows for a continuous transition from a bright light ring (low beam) to a sharp, far-reaching, high beam.
Durable Li-Ion battery for 6 hours of light at the brightest level (up to 144 hrs dimmed to 10lm)****.
Charge via USB 3.0 (cable included). With quick charge function (80% in 3 hours, 100% in 6 hours) and charge level indicator.
Extremely robust. Splash-proof (IPX4).
Impact-resistant and shock-proof aluminium housing. Measures 13 x 3.2cm (5.1" x 1.3") (L x diameter), weight 156g (5.5 oz). Leather case and hand strap included. *5 years manufacturer warranty (7 years with on-line registration).
According to ANSI FL 1 the light output is the entire luminous flux and defines the total amount of light emitted. The light output thus comprises the total luminous flux of a portable light source and is measured in lumens.
According to ANSI FL 1 the beam distance is measured in meters and indicates the distance at which the lamp still delivers a useful amount of light. The light beam corresponding to this distance is still 0.25 lux. 0.25 lux roughly corresponds to the brightness of a full moon on a clear night in an open field.
ANSI FL 1 defines runtime as the amount of time measured 30 seconds after first turning on the lamp using new batteries until output drops below 10%.