Camouflage lights intended for hunters
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com released a range of new camouflage remote control hunting spotlights, including models featuring halogen, HID and LED light sources. Popular with hunters, boaters and utility workers, these 12 volt spotlights, including the GL-3085H-M, GL-3081-M and GL-9081 are now available in camouflage housings.
Larson Electronics announced the addition of several new camouflage remote control spotlights. New models include the GL-3085H-M HIDGolight Strker with a beam range over 5000 feet, the GL-3081-M halogen Golight Stryker with wireless handheld remote and magnetic base, and the GL-9081 LED GolightRadioray with wireless handheld remote controller. Operators can use the remote controls to position the lights. Once the light beam is in position, the operator has their hands free to operate their weapon. Beginning 11/20/2012, Larson Electronics has lowered the limit on free shipping purchases from two hundred dollars to fifty dollars for the week of Thanksgiving. Just in time for the holiday shopping season.
“The remote control spotlights work well for hunters, including those pursuing hogs and ducks, which are in season right now,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com. “These tough, durable lights are ideal for freshwater applications and the magnetic bases are strong enough to hold the spotlight to a vehicle even over hard terrain. Operators can use wireless or hard wired remotes to position the light beam where they need it the most with hands free operation for their gun or bow.”