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Condition:
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Model:

WIZARD PRO V3 XHP50 Magnet USB

MPN:

F00604SC

Battery Type: 18650
Brand:

Armytek

Features: Turbo Modes, Strobe modes, USB Rechargeable, Rechargeable, Waterproof
Bulb Type: LED UPC:

6957713001807

Armytek WIZARD PRO V3 XHP50 Magnet USB + 18650, NEW MODEL, White Tint, 2300 lm

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