Pelican's Glowing Array of Photoluminescent Lights

Published March 3, 2006


Torrance, CA -

Shining the way for safety lights to come, Pelican™ Products has unveiled glow-in-the-dark versions of their most popular flashlights which will feature photoluminescent lens rings.

The special material in the lens ring maintains a charge from exposure to ambient light from almost any source, including light bulbs, the sun or even the flashlight’s own beam. The resulting green glow shines like a beacon even after the light is switched off. So during blackouts and emergency situations, a tough, dependable flashlight will always be readily available.

The photoluminescent series features both incandescent and cutting-edge Recoil LED™ models of Pelican’s classic lights. They include:

  • SabreLite™2000
  • SabreLite 2010 Recoil LED
  • StealthLite™ 2400
  • StealthLite 2410 Recoil LED
  • Big Ed™ 3700
  • Big Ed Rechargeable 3750
  • Little Ed™ 3600
  • Little Ed 3610 Recoil LED
    • Like all Pelican products, the Photoluminescent Lights are backed by their Legendary Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence, “You Break It, We Replace It…Forever.”™

About Pelican Products

Pelican Products, Inc. is the global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance protective cases, temperature-controlled packaging solutions, advanced portable lighting systems and rugged gear for professionals and outdoor enthusiasts. Their products are used by professionals in the most demanding markets including fire safety, law enforcement, defense / military, aerospace, life sciences, industrial, entertainment, and in numerous outdoor markets. Pelican™ products are designed and built to last a lifetime. The company operates in 27 countries, with 23 international sales offices and eleven manufacturing facilities around the globe. In Europe, the company does business under the name Peli Products, S.LU. and the division which manufactures temperature-controlled packaging for the healthcare industry, does business worldwide under the brand Peli BioThermal. For more information, visit