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4Sevens Quark AA² R5, Flashlight; Black; 205 OTF Lumens; 2xAA


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  • LED: CREE XP-G R5, Max Output: 120 ANSI lumens
  • T-6061 Aircraft-grade Aluminum Body, Type III Hard Anodized finish
  • Impact-resistant glass lens with Dual-coating - sapphire coating on the outside and anti-reflective coating on the inside for optimal efficiency and durability.
  • Battery: Two AA,
  • Eight output modes: Moonlight, Low, Medium, High, Max, Strobe, SOS, Beacon

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2.2 x 0.9 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • ASIN: B006306E7E
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,701 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 3, 2011

Product Description

Powered by: 2 AA batteries (included) LED Emitter: Premium Cree XP-G R5 Voltage range: 0.9V ~ 4.2V Dimensions Length: 5.8 inches Diameter: 0.86 inches Weight: 2.2 ounces 5 Current Regulated Output Levels 3 Flash modes: Strobe, SOS, Beacon Square threads for lifetime smooth operation Type III Hard Anodized finish Fully knurled Reversable/Removable Clip Flexible & secure hand grip accessory IPX-8 Waterproofing Impact-resistant glass lens with Dual-coating - sapphire coating on the outside and anti-reflective coating on the inside for optimal efficiency and durability. T-6061 Aircraft-grade Aluminum Body Stands on Tail (candle mode) Reverse-polarity protection Typical Output Levels and Runtimes + (LED drive current) Moonlight: 0.2 OTF lumens for 30 days (1ma) Low: 4 OTF lumens for 5 days (10ma) Medium: 22 OTF lumens for 24 hours (50ma) High: 85 OTF lumens for 5 hours (250ma) Max: 205 OTF lumens for 1.3 hours (700ma) Strobe: 205 OTF lumens for 2.5 hours Beacon: 0-205 OTF lumens pulse for 18 hours

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Lanyard and sheath are very good quality.
Matt
With a simple twist to loosen the bezel, I have immediate access to Moonlight, Low, Medium, High, S.O.S., and Beacon modes.
NatureGuy360
It will give you enough light to be useful in a dark room.
Bad~Papa

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By NatureGuy360 on December 2, 2011
After weeks of research, the Quark AA² R5 has now become my primary all purpose flashlight!

The reason I chose the Regular Quark AA² R5 over the Tactical, and Turbo models is because of the user interface. With a simple twist to loosen the bezel, I have immediate access to Moonlight, Low, Medium, High, S.O.S., and Beacon modes. With a simple twist to tighten the bezel, I have immediate access to Max, and Strobe modes. I love that! The user interface of the Quark AA² R5 just rocks. With the Tactical, and Turbo models, you are limited to just two preprogrammed modes at a time. I understand that for tactical applications, you don't have time to flip through several different modes. I totally get that. However, with the Quark AA² R5, all I have to do is tighten the bezel, and I instantly have maximum power output, and at my option the strobe pattern. Good job 4Sevens! The user interface alone is what sold me on this flashlight.

Another reason I prefer the Quark AA² R5 is because it comes with a flush mounted push button switch in the tail cap, which allows the flashlight to tail stand with ease. However, almost all of the Quark models have interchangeable parts which gives you the option of a protruding push button switch in the tail cap, or a flush mounted one.

Along with the flashlight, the packing includes batteries, a lanyard, a holster, a handgrip, and spare o-rings. The included batteries are a nice touch, and the holster, and spare o-rings seem quite practical. However, I do not see myself using the lanyard, or handgrip. Also, the famous 4Sevens packaging rocks, but I wish 4Sevens offered a minimal packaging option, and then sold the flashlight at a reduced price.

One of the advantages of the Quark AA² R5 is that it is powered by standard AA batteries.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By N. Diamon on February 29, 2012
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This light is crazy good.

The body, head, and tail are all solid and well-machined. All three parts have prominent knurling to provide grip. The two AA batteries fit snugly in the body so there is no rattle even with the hardest shake. All seals are watertight to IPX-8 standard which means the unit is waterproof up to a meter. I've tested this, and the light works fine after submersion in a puddle or shallow pool.

The head of the unit is made with 4Seven's typical high quality. The emitter is properly centered. The reflector has the "orange peel" patterning to break up the light reflection so the flood of the light has no visible artifacts. Head rotation is smooth and the resistance is stiff enough to keep its place. The glass lens is has an antireflective coat on the inside, so you don't lose any of the light by having it bounced back to the emitter. The front of the lens has an impact resistant "sapphire" coating. I have no idea what that means, but I have tested the claim by running a key across the lens with moderate force and my light came away with no scratches.

The tailcap is also well engineered. The tactical tailcap button rests below the edge of the metal so the light can stand on end. The button feels substantial and has a satisfying "click" when depressed. There are holes in the tail to attach the included lanyard accessory. The clip along the side is reversible or you can just remove it altogether.

The light output is rated at 205 lumens using the max mode which is nutty bright. Enough to light up a whole room, down a woody path, or an alley and make it look like it was being lit with a lighthouse. I have a Nebo Redline which supposedly does 220 lumens, but the Quark AA2 outshines it by a very large margin when seen side by side.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By stantondude on May 30, 2012
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was looking for a tactical flashlight. to me, that meant something that had strobe, in addition to a bright light.
this flashlight had that.

was looking for a flashlight that used common AA batteries. (have several flashlights that use the 123, but those batteries are harder to come by and not cheap. does not make a 123 battery flashlight bad, but does not make it good either.)
this flashlight uses AAs.

was looking for a well made flashlight. have surefires, and they are nice, so my expectation for quality is high.
the reviews all say it was high quality.

wanted something where one could easily switch from a bright light to strobe without twisting a head or tail, etc. just wanted to push a button and switch between one or the other.
this flashlight had that.

wanted to be able to gently disengage the light without fully depressing the switch.
this flashlight had that. reverse clicky.

wanted additional brightness settings available for if and when needed, even if it meant one had to do the twisting head or tail thing.
this flashlight had that.

wanted a low low setting that would run for days on one set of batteries.
this flashlight had that. they say 30 days! wow!

wanted a decent guarantee.
this flashlight had that. they promise 10 years! wow!

wanted a flashlight that could stand on its end to use as a lamp.
this flashlight could do that.

well, I bought it. it was exactly what i was looking for (taking into account all of the above).
nice solid feel to it.
very happy.
going to order another one.

highly recommended.
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