Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Hello, everyone.  Thanks for being interested in what is going on over at A.P.E.  Before we get on with the updates on our lawsuit, we want to update everyone on some product news.

First of all, we have some amazing new LED flashlights in stock from Coast.  The HP7R and HP5R A.P.E. currently stocks are notable for many reasons (including affordability), but we will give you two big ones here.  
The Coast HP7 Rechargeable Flashlight

First of all, the beams are focusable.  Sliding the head of the flashlight forward or backward allows you to focus the beam on a narrow area or wash a room in flood lighting.  
Most importantly, the flashlights are rechargeable using a standard mini USB cable, the same cable used for most cell phones.  If that is not convenient enough, the lights come with 2 rechargeable lithium batteries and if those run out, the lights will also run on regular AAA batteries. 
The power options for the HP7R.  The HP5R requires one AAA battery when the rechargeable batteries are not in use.
Come by the store and check out our display to get a better look.  Of course, A.P.E. still has a wide selection of the Streamlight flashlights and Nebo flashlights for you to choose from, but we felt it necessary to mention the new additions.  

Soon, A.P.E. will add this beauty from Streamlight to our available products, the Portable Scene Light:

This baby will put out 3600 lumens for 5 hours on a full charge.  Did we mention it's rechargeable? It's rechargeable, but it runs infinitely when actually plugged in.  Weighing in at 25 pounds, the light can be carried as a spot light, but as you can see, it can also be deployed (in under 30 seconds) to a 6 foot tall light to illuminate crime scenes, campgrounds, work zones, etc. Beam width is also adjustable using the diffuser.
The left setting gives a more narrow, "spot" beam; the right setting is flood lighting.
This product will not be available for a few more weeks, but if you are interested, check in with A.P.E. and we will let you know when we get ours and you can come play with it.

Be careful out there.

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