Waterproof Pocket Flashlight

A small and sturdy waterproof Aluminium Flashlight with a Q5 LED Emmitter.

All products are shipped from New Zealand within the next business day.

$9.90 incl. 15% GST

Waterproof Pocket Flashlight Description

This is a small and sturdy waterproof Aluminium Flashlight with a Q5 LED Emmitter.

The convex lens can be shifted to adjust the focus of the beam to either illuminate a wide area or give a tight beam for a very good Range of up to 50m.

Does come with 3 modes. Very bright, Half brightness (to conserve battery), and strobe cycled by pressing the button on the back repeatedly.

Comes with a belt clip to secure in your backpack, emergency kit or pocket.

Powered by one simple AA Battery (not included). No fancy Lithium Batteries required.



Size:  ⌀26 x 94 mm

Weight: 65g


A flashlight especially a waterproof flashlight, is a crucial tool to have on hand in emergency situations, as it can provide light and visibility in the dark, which can be especially important if power outages occur. Here are some reasons why a flashlight is important in emergency situations:

  1. Illumination: A flashlight provides a source of light that can help you navigate through dark environments, find items, or perform tasks in an emergency situation.
  2. Safety: A flashlight can help you see potential hazards in the dark, such as uneven pavement, obstacles in your path, or other dangers. It can also be used to signal for help.
  3. Communication: In an emergency situation, a flashlight can be used as a signal to attract the attention of rescue workers or other people who may be nearby.
  4. Self-defense: A flashlight can also be used for self-defense by shining the light in the eyes of an attacker to temporarily disorient them.
  5. Peace of mind: Having a flashlight readily available can provide a sense of security and peace of mind, especially in unfamiliar or potentially dangerous situations.

It’s important to always have a flashlight in an emergency preparedness kit, as it can be a lifesaving tool in the event of power outages, natural disasters, or other emergencies.