Bushnell Adds New Products to Rubicon Line

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posted on May 15, 2015
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Bushnell has added four new rechargeable lighting solutions to its already popular Rubicon line. Two flashlights, a micro lantern and a headlamp comprise the product line's new rechargeable options.

Bushnell has outfitted each Rubicon with high-quality, energy-efficient Cree LEDs, which are designed to produce maximum brightness and extended battery life. The new line of rechargeable Rubicons features a pair of 250 and 500 lumen flashlights, a 125 lumen headlamp and a 200 lumen micro lantern. The flashlights can be recharged with an included USB cable. The 500 lumen light can be auto-dimmed.

The lightweight 125 lumen headlamp features five different lighting modes, tilt adjustment, USB charging cable, charging indicator and battery status notification. The Micro Lantern has four power options: high, medium, low and red halo to reduce night vision loss. It is rechargeable via a micro USB.

The flashlights will ship with MSRPs of $59.99 (250 lumen) and $89.99 (500 lumen). The Micro Lantern and headlamp will both be available at $49.99.

For more information, go to Bushnell.com.

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