F12 6815 U-Search+ Rescue (SOS) Torch

Sale price€160,00

FITHEC F12 Multi-Function Boat Torch: Essential for Onboard Operations and Emergencies, as a torch for field exploration, users usually face a variety of unpredictable environments, we believe that safety is the most important in harsh environments, strong light is only the most basic requirements, for this reason we have improved the utility of this product in many ways.

 In order to prevent accidents, we made a double switch with anti-accidental trigger lock design, any one switch damage will not make the product completely failed, coupled with the 3m drop standard, it will maximise the guarantee that you will not be accidentally lead to turn on or off the light.

 IP68 waterproof rating, even deep into the water 120m, so you do not have to worry about water ingress and failure, whether underwater or on land!

 In addition, we have set three light modes, high, medium and low, and SOS mode, which are controlled by two switches. This function allows you to adjust different light modes according to different situations, so that you can maximise the balance of the lighting time and the use of light.

 Finally, when you are in the outdoor, cavern, sea, underwater and other such complex environment, have a F12 torch on the side will give you a lot of peace of mind.

Emergency flashlights are crucial safety equipment onboard vessels, and ensuring their effectiveness and reliability is paramount. Here are some specific requirements for emergency flashlights:

1. Waterproof Performance: Emergency flashlights must have excellent waterproof performance to ensure they can operate normally in wet or underwater environments.

2. Sturdy and Durable: Flashlights should have a robust casing to withstand impacts and drops, ensuring they won't be damaged during emergencies.

3. Long Battery Life: Emergency flashlights should have long-lasting battery endurance to provide continuous illumination during prolonged emergency situations. LED light sources with low power consumption are preferable.

4. High Brightness and Adjustable: Flashlights should feature high brightness, and the beam should be adjustable to adapt to different usage scenarios.
Switch function
●White spot switch:3 brightness modes 100% or 35% or 10%
●Red signal light switch:
1.Blink light: blink 90 times per Min
2. SOS emergency light
3. Strobe light
4. Steady working light

5. Backup Batteries: Emergency flashlights should come with spare batteries to ensure quick replacement when needed. Using standard batteries facilitates convenient replacements.

6. Portability: Flashlights should be designed to be portable, lightweight, and compact for easy carrying and operation.

7. Ease of Operation: The design should be simple and user-friendly, allowing for quick operation even in emergencies or adverse conditions. For example, buttons should be easy to press, even when wearing gloves.

8. Multi-functionality: Some emergency flashlights may need additional functions such as SOS distress signal mode, red light mode (for preserving night vision), strobe light mode, etc.

9. Lanyard or Clip: Flashlights should be equipped with a lanyard or clip for easy carrying or attachment to the body for quick access.

 10. Regular Inspection and Maintenance: Flashlights should be regularly checked for functionality, ensuring sufficient battery power and intact bulbs, and replacements or maintenance should be conducted when necessary.

 By meeting these specific requirements, emergency flashlights can provide reliable lighting support during emergencies, ensuring the safety of crew members and vessels.


F12 SOS & Diving Torch

Omni-zoom SOS & Diving  torch F12,IP68 waterproof, work underwater at 100m depth, up to 23 hours continuous use , Max 500m range,used in automotive and marine traffic emergency warning, search, disaster relief, diving, fishermen's fishing, etc.


Output: 550 lumens /150 lumens/50 lumens

Batteries: 10200mAh

Finish: Type III hard anodised


Run Time: 10H / 20H /23H


Sizes: 260*65MM


Mar Distance: 500m

Material: Aerospace aluminium alloy 6061-T6 + polycarbonate

Product Weight: 552g


Waterproof: IP68 rated up to 100m underwater.

Red light mode: Slow Flash / SOS / Burst flash / Long bright light

Warranty Details: Limited Lifetime Warranty

Purchasing Tips for Flashlights on a Boat: Knowledge and Advice
Tips 1: how to choose a flashlight for use on a boat?
When choosing a flashlight for use on a boat, several key factors need to be considered to ensure it is suitable for the marine environment and specific needs:

1. **Waterproof**: The flashlight must be highly waterproof to handle wet conditions, rain, and accidental immersion. Typically, a flashlight with an IPX7 rating or higher is ideal.

2. **Corrosion Resistance**: Due to the corrosive nature of seawater, the flashlight should be made of corrosion-resistant materials such as aluminum alloy or stainless steel.

3. **Red Light Mode**: The flashlight should have a red light mode to protect night vision and reduce light pollution. Some flashlights also offer multiple color modes to meet different needs.

4. **High Brightness and Adjustable Levels**: It should provide high brightness and have multiple settings to adjust the light intensity according to different situations. High brightness is especially important in emergencies.

5. **Long Battery Life**: Since work on a boat can be prolonged, the flashlight should have a long battery life, preferably with rechargeable batteries or backup batteries.

6. **Durability**: The flashlight should be robust and durable, capable of withstanding drops and impacts.

7. **Ease of Operation**: The flashlight's switches and adjustment buttons should be simple and easy to operate, even with gloves or wet hands.

Considering these factors, a suitable flashlight for use on a boat should be waterproof, corrosion-resistant, have a red light mode, high brightness, long battery life, durable, easy to operate, and lightweight. This ensures safe and effective use in a marine environment.
Tips 2:Why is using a red Led flashlight on a boat less likely to cause glare?
The reason why red light (with wavelengths between 620 and 750 nanometers) does not cause sudden glare in human eyes can be explained by the following factors:

1. **Lower Sensitivity to Red Light**: The human eye has varying sensitivity to different wavelengths of light, with the highest sensitivity to green light (around 555 nanometers). Red light is at the long-wavelength end of the visible spectrum, and the eye is less sensitive to it. Therefore, red light is less likely to cause glare compared to green or blue light.

2. **Lower Energy of Red Light**: The energy of light is inversely proportional to its wavelength. Red light, having a longer wavelength, carries less energy. This means that the same intensity of red light results in less energetic stimulation than shorter-wavelength blue or green light, making it less likely to cause glare.

3. **Better Adaptation**: Red light is often used in low-light or nighttime environments because it stimulates the pupils less, avoiding significant pupil constriction. This helps maintain better vision in dark conditions. This is why many dashboards, indicators, and night lighting options use red light.

4. **Protective Mechanisms of the Visual System**: The human eye has self-protection mechanisms. When the light intensity is too high, the pupils constrict to reduce the amount of light entering the eyes. Additionally, prolonged exposure to strong light can cause visual fatigue, automatically lowering sensitivity to light.

In summary, red light does not cause sudden glare because the human eye is less sensitive to it, it has lower energy, and due to the eye's adaptability and protective mechanisms.


USB-A Adapter

USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable


Waterproof Ring