ExtremeBeam Announces M600 Fusion

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posted on August 21, 2014

ExtremeBeam has announced the release of its new M600 Fusion, the latest addition to its line of high-quality flashlights. Utilizing a 600 lumen high-output LED and a modified version of the company's SuperLumen reflector cone, the M600 fusion is designed to project a wide-set beam to distance of 330 meters.

The reflecting cone is machined from solid bar stock aluminum, which allows for optimum light-casting ability and heat dispersion. The M600 Fusion has a runtime of 6 hours when used in its high setting, 12 hours in medium, 24 hours in low and 10 hours in strobe.

The flashlight features a housingmachined from solid bar stock aluminum, double O-ring seals for waterproof protection to 30 feet, and ExtremeBeam's Anti-Recoil system, making it weapons mountable up to .50 BMG.

The M600 Fusion weighs 9 ounces with batteries and measures 6.38 inches in length. It ships with an MSRP of $129.95.

Technical Specifications:

Modes: High-Medium-Low-Strobe-Off
Weight: 252 grams (8.9 ounces)
Total Length: 161.93mm (6.38 inches)
Head Bezel Width: 44.45mm (1.75 inches)
Main Body Width: 28.57mm (1.125 inches)
Light Performance: 25000LUX at 1 meter
Light Volume: 600 Lumens
Light Projections: 330 Meters
Average Run Time: 6 hours (high) 12 hours (medium) 24 hours (low) 10 hours (strobe)
Battery Type: Two 3.0 or 3.6 volt CR123 batteries

For more information, go to ExtremeBeam.com.

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