Review – Pelican ProGear 2350 LED Flashlight

What can you really say about a flashlight? It either works or it doesn’t, right? Sometimes you may be surprised.

Recently I was given a sample of a flashlight that I swear is the most amazing flashlight I’ve ever used.  The Pelican ProGear 2350 LED Flashlight is really small and runs on a single AA battery.

It’s about 4.5 ” long, with a matte black finish and made of aerospace grade aluminum. This little powerhouse is small enough to keep in your purse or pocket but large enough to fit comfortably into your hand.  It’s not a whole lot bigger than the battery powering it. 

Don’t let it’s size deceive you.  Much like our kiddos with special needs, this light is so much more than it seems on the surface.  Perhaps that’s a weird analogy but it’s what came to mind when writing this.  It’s meant as a positive thing……

This thing packs 100 Lumens and 3 different ways to use that insane brightness.  Those settings are high, low and strobe.


This flashlight comes with a lifetime warranty and is the absolute perfect addition to any household. It’s a bit pricey at $40 but you absolutely get what you pay for.  It’s even waterproof.

Check out the pics below to see more of what you get… and check out their website for everything else they have to offer.. 

Click here to visit them online…






Please be advised that aside from the review sample, this is not a paid endorsement.  I have not received any compensation for my time or work in posting this review. 

This site is managed almost exclusively from my Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Please forgive any typos as auto-correct HATES me. 😉

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Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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