The new Australian-made Enforcer LED 140 is about to power onto the market, boasting lighting technology that was originally developed for use in lighthouses.
The Enforcer LED 140 is the brainchild of the Adelaide-based company Lightforce and is blessed with versatility, as well as the sheer intensity of its beam. It is the latest addition to the renowned Enforcer range and is an ideal accessory for road and marine forays and extended camping trips.
An in-built battery has a running time of more than five hours, including a preset one-hour power-saving ‘reserve mode’. There is also an option to attach a clip-on battery to ensure a marathon lifespan of up to 18.5 hours.
Product designer Rob Dall says buyers may not have experienced anything like the new model. “It is a unique option, incredibly lightweight and compact, producing a powerful beam to rival that of much larger lights,” he said. “On top of this, the battery life is phenomenal.”
The Enforcer LED 140 has a recommended retail price of $275 and will be officially unveiled at the Country Landowners Associate game fair in Leeds, England, from July 31 to August 2. Australian outdoor enthusiasts will be able to purchase the Lightforce Enforcer LED 140 from early August.