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J. F. Oakes Offers New 14LED UV Flashlight

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The flashlight has a continuous runtime of 16 hours.

| January 4, 2011

Yazoo City, Miss. — J. F. Oakes’ new 14LED UV Flashlight is super bright, powered by three C-cell batteries and has a continuous runtime of 16 hours, the company says. The model L1214 UV Flashlight with 14LEDs is a powerful tool for tracking rodent urine as well as dog, cat and human urine; it will also fluoresce scorpions. The durable anodized aluminum body is corrosion resistant and has an on/off switch. LEDs are energy-saving and have no filaments to burn out or break.

For more information, visit www.jfoakes.com.
 

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