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TeleBrands introduces Atomic Beam flashlight

TeleBrands is bringing military technology to the marketplace with the new Atomic Beam USA, a high-powered flashlight similar to those used by the American armed forces.

Its strong beam allows more people to do their hunting, fishing, and other activities after sunset, and its long range can be seen from miles away, making it useful during power outages, harsh storms, and other emergency situations, a release from the company stated.

With the insertion of three AAA batteries, Atomic Beam USA will illuminate up to 5,000 LUX, 40 times brighter than ordinary flashlights. Its case is made of tactical-grade aluminum, allowing it to endure harsh conditions such as water immersion and severe weather.

Measuring at 5.25 by 1.5 inches, with a weight of 1.38 pounds, Atomic Beam USA is light, small, and easy to carry. The flashlight comes with five modes, including an SOS mode that flashes the letters SOS in Morse Code for emergencies. Atomic Beam USA also has a setting that allows the user to adjust the focus of the beam from wide to narrow to match the circumstance at hand.

“Atomic Beam USA’s unprecedented range and durability allow it to be used in many different circumstances,” said AJ Khubani, TeleBrands president and CEO. “Nighttime fishing, camping, weather emergencies, and power outages are only some of the situations that Atomic Beam USA can help with. Atomic Beam USA’s adjustable light and compact form will revolutionize many areas of peoples’ lives.”

Atomic Beam USA retails at $19.99 at major retailers nationwide as well as at and

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