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Laser engraving is a great way to make your Ledlenser uniquely yours, or to make any gift extra-special. Allow 2 extra business days for processing and please review your spelling, as we are not responsible for mis-entered requests and engraved items cannot be returned. Requests for profane or objectionable words or phrases will not be honored.
Please note: this is a visual representation and the product and font size are approximations, and the preview may vary depending on your computer settings. Our engravers will take good care of your tool to ensure it looks as good, or better, than the preview.
In certain circumstances, if we are unable to proceed with engraving your requested text, we will contact you to discuss alternative options. We request you to share your mobile number after you complete your order for such scenarios.
Did you know that conventional, disposable batteries can require up to 500 times more electricity to produce than they can release? By opting for rechargeable batteries, not only are you saving money in the long-run by reusing the same batteries, but you’re no longer throwing disposables away, which is a plus for Mother Earth.
With the Ledlenser iL7R you can work in Ex-Zone 2/22 areas for up to 40 hours if needed with an output of up to 360 lumens. Another advantage: the iL7R model can be recharged using the convenient charging cradle. The extra large Magnetic Switch is easy to operate even with gloves on and the iL7 range feature Advanced Focus System for efficient, tailored adjustment of the light beam.
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By using rechargeable batteries, you're not just protecting your wallet, but also the environment. Regular batteries, after all, require up to 500 times more electricity to produce than they can release themselves. Combined with the energy consumption for transport and storage, the CO2 emissions are huge.