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Multi-function torch offers increased Police officer safety.

Added: (Mon Feb 06 2006)

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Nite International, the UK based torch specialist, has announced the arrival of the PC8 Multi function LED Police torch – offering cost savings and increased officer safety to Police forces throughout the UK.

The PC8 has been specifically designed with input from the Police to address the frustrations with lighting devices currently used and provides officers with a total of seven lighting modes in one, palm-sized, easy to operate torch. From document indentification, map reading and vehicle inspection, to wide area searches and controlling traffic flow at RTA’s – the PC8 provides a lighting mode to ensure Police officers can see and be seen in any situation. The PC8’s LED technology offers brighter illumination and greater battery life than standard incandescent bulbs, as well as a user life of 100,000 hours – meaning huge cost savings and greater durability for everyday policing. In addition, an optional pouch allows the PC8 to be body mounted using the standard ‘Klikfast’ system for handsfree use – giving greater flexibility and better officer safety in confrontational situations.

Managing Director, Roger Green comments “We believe the PC8 offers unrivalled benefits over other lighting devices currently available in addition to important improvements in officer safety and running costs”. A factor which the company says has helped them win the tender for supply of torches to Cambridgeshire Constabulary.

The PC8 is available now. For more information please contact Nite International on 01202 487757, email sales@niteproducts.com or visit www.niteproducts.com

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For further press information and high resolution imagery of the PC8, please visit http://media.niteproducts.com.

Alternatively contact:
Andy Youings, Marketing Manager
Tel: +44(0) 1202 488296 Email: andy.youings@niteproducts.com

Submitted by:Andy Youings
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