Kodiak® Kraken Rechargeable 6000 Lumen Tactical Grade Flashlight with Power Bank

KodiakSKU: 26055 PART #: K-6K-6 UPC/GTIN: 8-11446-02605-5

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  • High Brightness Mode: 6000 Lumens, 1 hr Runtime, 524' Light Throw
  • Medium Brightness Mode: 3000 Lumens, 2.5 hr Runtime
  • Low Brightness Mode: 350 Lumens, 23 hr Runtime
  • Safety Lockout Prevents Unwanted Operation
  • Drop Tested 1 Meter
  • IPX4 Weather Resistant
  • Focus Beam
  • 4 Step Charging / Battery Level Indicator
  • Aerospace Grade Aluminum Construction
  • Power Bank Charges Smart Devices
  • Rechargeable (USB-C Charging Cable Included)
  • 26055 7.4v 2200 mAh Li-Ion Battery (Replaceable)

This Kodiak® Kraken flashlight is the perfect combination of form and function. With a maximum lumen output of 6000, it provides up to 524 ft. of light throw and has a runtime of 1 hour at full power.

The rechargeable battery also features a power bank to charge cell phones, with a capacity of 2200mAh x 2 7.4V.

The Kodiak® Kraken is constructed from aerospace grade aluminum for a lightweight but durable design. A safety lockout mode is included to prevent accidental operation and added peace of mind.


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  • Does this light have a warranty? Kodiak® Kraken Rechargeable 6000 Lumen Tactical Grade Flashlight with Power Bank Thank you for your time.

    Yes, it has a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.

  • What USB power spec does the light support for itself being recharged croma USB charger? Specifically, what version if USB-PD does it support? What is the maximum it will negotiate with the USB wall charger? (To recharge quickly, the flashlight could negotiate, say, 20volt 5A,100watt delivery from the USB charger? For customers to get the best from the light, we need to know what the light will attempt to negotiate with the usb charger. THEN we can buy an appropriate charger that will actually honor the full amount requested by the light) If this inquiry is gibberish to you, send this note to your engineering team and let them answer the question.

    Hi. We asked our factory for help and this is the information we got: "There is no PD program for this product.  You can charge this product as long as you use a 5V charger.  Even if you use a PD charger, its effect is about the same as a regular charger."

  • Is this allowed on airlines?

    Hi. There shouldn't be an issue but it neveer hurts to contact your airline to double check. Thank you.

  • What is the most Amps,watts,I can use for the wall charger with Kraken 6000?

    Any USB power source is suitable in charging our 6K. Thank yiou.