Bright Star Razor Intrinsic LED Flashlight

Bright Star Razor Intrinsic LED Flashlight

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Bright Star Razor Intrinsic LED Flashlight

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Bright. Powerful. Lightweight. Zone Zero Safety Classification Rated. Intrinsically Safe for the Most Hazardous Conditions.

The Razor was designed for the most demanding needs in mind. It is constructed from a durable polypropylene that can withstand the most abusive environments. The Razor has an ergonomically designed push button switch for easy accessibility and tactical knurled design for maximum grip and comfort in the hand. The super tough body is designed to withstand the most abusive environments. Intrinsically Safe UL Protection Methods Class I Division I and ATEX / IECEx Zone Zero safety classification.

  • Zone Zero intrinsic safety rating
  • Certified to Highest UL Div I Class I
  • 100 Lumen high output LED
  • Deep Dish Reflector focuses the light
  • Ergonomic Push Button Switch for easy accessibility
  • Constructed of Super Tough Nylon
  • Knurled Design allows for maximum grip & total control
  • Extremely Lightweight
  • Fully waterproof to one meter
  • Uses 3 AA alkaline batteries
  • Watertight Seal
  • Chemical resistant
  • Static dissipative
  • Tail cap slot for optional lanyard or s-biner

Lumen Info:
Maximum LED brightness at 100 lumens with the highest safety ratings. The Razor LED flashlight exhibits a piercing beam supported by its deep dish reflector.

Trusted by the following professions:
Designed to meet the needs of all that demand the safest light: Utility, Petro Chemical, Oil and Gas Refining, Transportation.

  • 100 lumens
  • 30,000 hour lamp life
  • 7,000 candela peak beam intensity
  • Advanced LED Lamp Technology
Batteries: 3 AA-cell Alkaline

Runtime: 26 hours
Size/ Dimensions:
  • Length: 7.125"
  • Width: 1.75”
  • Height: 2.0"
  • 7 ounces
Safety Approvals:

UL Protection Methods:
  • UL913CSA C22.2 NO 157
Intrinsically Safe
  • Class I, Div I, Groups A-D
  • Class I, Div II, Groups A-D
  • Class II, Div I, Groups E-G
  • Class II, Div II, Groups F, G
  • Class III, T3
European ATEX Safety Standard:

ATEX / IECX Protection Methods:
  • Zone 0 1725
Zone Zero Rating
  • II1GD Ex ia IIC T3 Ga
  • Ex ia IIIB T195°C Da

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  • Q:

    What brand and type of brackets will this flashlight fit in? Can it be used with Wildland and Structure helmets?
    Asked on 4/4/2014 by rtcowgirl from Eastern Oregon

    1 answer



      RTCowgirl, there are several brackets on our web site listed under "Blackjack", part numbers BJ001, BJ002, BJ003, and BJ005 the #5 seems to be a popular choice.

      Answered on 4/10/2014 by Bg
  • Q:

    What are the dimensions? All I see advertised is length. What are the major and handle diameters?
    Asked on 1/13/2014 by Ben

    2 answers



      Ben, I don't know what a "Major" is handle looks like it should be in the 1" diameter size ,and the looks like it's about 2 or 2.5" in diameter.

      Answered on 1/15/2014 by Bg


      Ben, the head part of this light is roughly 4.5" per Bright Star

      Answered on 1/17/2014 by Bg
  • Q:

    Where can I get a replacement lens? How is it installed?
    Asked on 10/20/2013 by jim from topeka, ks

    1 answer



      Since the Razor is an intrinsically safe light, we cannot sell parts or authorize disassembly of the light for repair by end users. If the lens needs to be replaced, the light would need to be sent in to Bright Star for repair.

      Answered on 10/28/2013 by Butch
  • Q:

    What type batery does it use?
    Asked on 12/26/2012 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      This light uses 3 AA batteries.

      Answered on 1/29/2013 by Peter from Coatesville
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