Bushnell’s Pro line of tactical flashlights takes battery lighting to the next level. This line features advanced circuitry paired with rugged, aircraft-grade aluminum construction to create high performance flashlights. The Bushnell Pro 350L Flashlight has 350 lumens of light output on high mode with optional low and strobe modes and features momentary on intelligent switch. Depress the switch half-way for momentary on; depress fully for constant on. This Pro light also includes an electronic lock-out dial to maximize battery life during storage and a pocket clip makes carrying and transport easy. Powered by two CR123A lithium batteries (batteries included), the Bushnell Pro 350L Flashlight has a 3-hour run time and 146-meter beam distance — that’s over 1.5 football fields.
Bushnell Pro High-Performance Flashlight, 350 Lumens:
- Cree LED technology
- 3 light modes: high/low/strobe
- Momentary on switch with intelligence
- Aircraft-grade aluminum
- Pocket clip
- Impact-resistant construction
- Lifetime LED bulb
- Powered by 2 CR123A lithium batteries (duracell batteries included)
- Tested to ANSI FL1 Standards
- High setting: 350 lumens, 3-hour run time, 146m beam distance, 1m impact resistance
- Low mode: 42 lumens, 25-hour run time, 49m beam distance
- Strobe mode: 350 lumens, 4-hour run time, 146m beam distance
- Attention California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm
- I got this light in a two pack which also had the smaller 50L light. Great lights.. never had any problems out of the smaller one and I carry it clipped to my pocket all the time. The bigger flashlight, for a time, worked perfectly fine. Then, it would only stay on when the button was pressed. After removing the tail cap, there is another place where you can remove the part which holds the locking slider.. All I did was take the actual sliding lock, turn it around the other way, and bam.. it works again! Apparently the locking mechanism somehow managed to get too much play in it. With it switched around as I have it, it is a straight on/off (the 3 modes work fine) but the slider does not function. At least the light does. Hope this helps someone. Trying to contact bushnell was a joke. Trying to find info on their own personal websites proved futile. Taking it apart was the only way to go and now, once again, along with the other 50 as well as the 100L models, this one goes with me everywhere. If you would like pictures of this particular modification feel free to ask and I will provide them. Otherwise.. you’re on your own.
- Great for LEO use. Very happy with this flashlight that replaced my old stinger. Very bright stream with 3 settings. I recommended it to my partners and they are buying them up. Good job Bushnell.
- This is a great flashlight and just the right size to clip on my key ring or mag pouch while on patrol. Love the clip on it, very strong! Never had any issues with it at all. After a lot of wear, the black color may start to rub off a little on the sides like most things. But I’ve been using mine for a long time and never had any problem.
- This flashlight is intense. Super bright and built good! The only thing is it uses cr123a batteries, not double A’s. Otherwise, it’s a awesome flashlight, glad I bought one.
- I collect great flashlights, mostly more expensive ones. This flashlight would be a solid part of the collection at twice the price. It’s really bright and stays bright until the batteries are drained, then it shuts off completely. That is due to the combination of lithium batteries and the circuitry. Regarding batteries, you can spend $12 per battery, then recycle-discard, or you can spend $7 per rechargable, plus $20 for a smart charger, and you are done spending. The low power setting is really helpful when looking at something close up, because the bright setting on close up surfaces is painful on the eyes. The light is small, which is great when you just want to have light with you, not too bulky. The body of this things indestructible. Picking up a dozen or two of these flashlights is a move you will not regret. You can give them to your friends, and become their hero by keeping them supplied with freshly charged batteries and the favors you will get back in return will be worth ten times the cost, or you can charge people $5 per recharge if they don’t have a charger, and that, my friends, is what people in Mikwaulkie call a win-win deal.
- I too am a maintenance man, I use this light everyday for my job. It is a great light, very bright! Batteries are not a very common size, kind of hard to find, but I found some cheap on ebay. Batteries seem to hold up pretty good too. Very happy with this purchase, it did not disappoint!
- Only had it for a month and the circuit board starting to fail never dropped. Shack it or tap it on your hand goes right through high low strobe now wont even stay on