When Pelican got back to us about a question we had asked regarding their new 1460TOOL mobile tool chest, they slipped in a reminder that they just came out with two new LED flashlights, the 1910 and 1920. We’re huge fans of Pelican cases and know a few firefighters that swear by their Pelican flashlights, so our curiosity led us to take a closer look.
Pelican 1910 LED Flashlight
The 1910 is powered by a single AAA battery, and weighs a tiny 1.4 ounces. Its LED outputs a bright-for-its-size (in our opinion at least) 39 lumens and runtime is about an hour. The 1910 also features a Type II anodized aluminum body with non-slip matte finish. The tail cap has a momentary and clicky on/off function.
Pelican 1920 LED Flashlight
The 1920 shares many of the same features as the 1910, but is instead powered by 2XAAA batteries. Output is 67 lumens, and runtime is about 3 hours.
Both flashlights look to be discrete and compact enough for every-day needs, and should be bright enough for even the more demanding users. Street pricing for both models is about $25-30.