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~Lighting Your World
Nighthawk Lights is thrilled to announce that Chad Weatherford a Field and Stream two time Total Outdoorsman Challenge Champion has teamed-up with Nighthawk Lights to promote our great line of products geared to outdoor enthusiasts.
SPECIAL BUNDLE OFFER! Purchase the Nighthawk Talon and receive a FREE Nighthawk Ultralight. Reg. price for both $122.98 NOW just $89.99!!
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From Beach to Mountains, from Coast to Coast, whether you are on or off the grid, the Nighthawk Talon will keep you powered up and on the go with all of your favorite digital devices.
With leading-edge solar technology and an on-board Li-polymer battery the Talon charges today’s most popular USB port devices. The Talon comes with an assortment (4) interchangeable adapter’s just right for your digital devices.
You can charge cell phones, tablets, MP3 players, cameras, your gps and more!
How powerful is the Talon? It can re-charge most smart phones up to two (2) times and do it in about 3 hours. It has stand-by power of up to 6 months. To recharge the Talon just Plug it into a wall outlet (using your own USB outlet adapter) for a full charge in about 4.5 hours. No outlet available? no problem, using the USB plug (included) recharge from your PC/Laptop, Car lighter outlet or use the Sun to directly charge your device while you are on the go.
Designed with the on-the-go person in mind, the Talon travels easily with you wherever adventure takes you. For convenience and ease of access, attach the Talon to your belt with the built-in belt loop or just hang it from your backpack with the included carabineer.
Ever wish you could maybe recharge your phone on the go?
Or even use your phone while it’s charging? Well, now you can. Insert your phone into the mesh pocket, plug-in your phone, then just zip it back up and the Talon converts into a safe and secure phone holder and charger for all kinds of communications on the go!
Nighthawk~Powering Your World
The Talon by Nighthawk is your Personal Power Plant.
Under the Hood:
-4000 mAh Li-polymer battery, able to charge your phone up to 2 times.
-Rechargeable with Sunlight and USB.
-Use closed circuit design of very low power waste with high performance.
-With charge protection, stable output, over current protection, short circuit protection and double over charge protection your device are safe from accidental over charging.
-Use standard USB Port with output as 5.0 Volt and 1A DC, able to charge applications of similar charge voltage (adapters to use with most popular cell phones, tablets and digital devices).
-LED indicators displays the self charging status and residual power inside:
1 light on: 0%~25%/ 2 lights on: 25%~50%/ 3 lights on: 50%~75%/ 4 lights on: 75%~100%
-Additional back-up power on the go, it can charge digital products while being charged.
-Charging time for the mobile phones: about 3 hours
-Charging time for the Lithium Polymer battery using USB charging cable: about 4.5 hours
-Using the solar panel: 22-25 hours
Self charging method:
Using USB cable and the specific USB connector to charge this device from any of USB port, such as PC/Laptop or Car outlet. The 4 Blue LEDs will light up one by one, until fully charged.
Dimensions: 7.55” X 3.83” X 2.04”
Weight: 9.50 oz.
he Nighthawk UltraLight – GREEN:
Ok, so you want to know why we produce an UltraLight with Green Light?
A green LED light was one of the first in the spectrum to be used for natural night vision. It helps preserve night vision while allowing for some illumination. Hunters and fishermen etc. prefer the green light because it is less likely to spook the fish or game. It also does not attract insects the way a white light does.
Green light is also used by the military and outdoor enthusiasts for electronic night vision equipment, which is less sensitive to green light. However a green light can still have a bad effect on your natural night adapted vision, just like any other color of light unless it is kept very dim.
The military likes it for their night operations because, unless viewed straight on, it is difficult to pick up with the human eye. Green is also useful in smoke-filled environments because it does not “wash out” the field of vision like white light does. There you have it.
And rounding out our UltraLight colors, the ever popular the Nighthawk UltraLight – WHITE
Ok, so you want to know why we produce an UltraLight with White Light?
Well its no surprise that white light is the most common and used light color in the world. Human eyes see things best (in most environments) with white light. It is also our most requested color for UltraLight use.
But white Led light may not be exactly what you think it is or even expect.
Here’s an Led industry tid-bit that’s not to so well known to the general public (although with a few minutes of research you can find plenty of articles on it) There is no such thing as a “white” LED. The color that you see appears to be white, however it usually starts out as a Blue LED and then a phosphor coating is applied changing the color spectrum from blue to white.
There you have it.
Ok, so you want to know why we produce an UltraLight with Red Light?
Here’s the answer (and its only slightly geeky)
Under conditions where it is desirable to have both the photopic and scotopic systems active, red lights provide a solution. Example: Submarines are dimly lit to preserve the night vision of the crew members working there, but the control room must be lit to allow crew members to read instrument panels. By using red lights, your eyes cones can receive enough light to provide photopic vision (namely the high-acuity vision required for reading). The rods are not saturated by the bright red light because they are not sensitive to long-wavelength light, however, so the crew members remain dark adapted, in case they need to look through the periscope at night, for example. Similarly, airplane cockpits use red lights so pilots can read their instruments and maps while maintaining night vision to see outside the aircraft.
Red lights are also often used in research settings or by outdoorsman (especially hunters). Many animals have limited photopic vision – as they have far fewer cone photoreceptors. By using red lights, the animal subjects remain “in the dark” thus they cannot see the light but the humans, who have one kind of cone that is sensitive to long wavelengths, are able to read instruments or perform procedures with scotopic vision.
Please help us welcome these fine companies to our growing family of Nighthawk Light retailers. If you are in Columbia, SC and looking to pick-up your Ultralight you can pick one (or more) up at these locations.
Get Your Gear On http://getyourgearon.com/
River Runners http://www.riverrunner.us/
The Backpacker http://
BUG Outfitters https://www.facebook.com/
Barron’s Outfitters http://
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Become a Field Tester!!
Field Tester applications are now being accepted at North American Hunting Club for the Nighthawk Ultralight.
There are a limited number of units being given away FREE (and yes, you get to keep it) to NAHC members. So get your application in so you can field test this great hands-free flashlight today!