Duracell’s latest range of torches, Duracell Daylite, incorporates the company’s patented TrueBeam Optic technology. It captures 100% of light produced by the LED bulb, creating a light that is twenty times brighter than a regular LED torch, says the manufacturer. Duracell Daylite also has a 3:1 focus ratio from spot to flood without the quality of light deteriorating or any black spots.
Daylite’s LED lights require less battery power than traditional ‘bulb’ flashlights, making them longer lasting. The seven-torch range includes hard-anodised, aircraft-grade aluminium bodies, non-slip rubber grips and shatterproof lens caps to give extra resilience.
The range comes in a number of different sizes to suit every job including larger torches and special application torches including head lights, spot lights and 6V lanterns.
Mark Pataky, Duracell professional team leader, commented on the launch: “Torches are an essential device for households across Britain; more than that, they are a crucial tool for the trade people who are the backbone of the country. Duracell has built its brand on providing the best quality batteries to trade and consumer audiences, and developing our own brand of torches is a logical next step in our business strategy.”
Mr Pataki also summed up to IER the unique features of the Daylite torches: ”In the Daylite range we are bringing full beams to torches. We achieve this by using a high quality LED bulb and the TrueBeam Optics which not only captures 100% of the light but also focuses in such a way that through the spot to flood range there are no dark spots.”