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4Sevens Quark 123 Tactical, R5, Flashlight; Black; 205 OTF Lumens; 1xCR123A

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  • LED Emitter: Premium Cree XP-G R5; Maximum Output: 205 OTF 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.
  • Powered by: 1 CR123A battery (included)
  • Seven output modes: Moonlight, Low, Medium, High, Max, Strobe, Beacon

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Product Description

Specifications Powered by: 1 CR123A battery (included) LED Emitter: Premium Cree XP-G R5 Voltage range: 0.9V ~ 4.2V Dimensions Length: 3.2 inches Diameter: 0.86 inches Weight: 1.4 ounces 5 Current Regulated Output Levels 3 Flash modes: Strobe, SOS, Beacon Momentary Activation Level Memorization Square threads for lifetime smooth operation Type III Hard Anodized finish Fully knurled Convenient Clip (Note: The Quark 123 is the only Quark light on which the clip cannot be removed because of its small size.) Flexible & secure finger 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 Typical Output Levels and Runtimes + (LED drive current) Moonlight: 0.2 lumens for 15 days, (1ma) Low: 4 lumens for 2.5 days (10ma) Medium: 22 lumens for 13 hours (50ma) High: 85 lumens for 2.7 hours (250ma) Max: 205 lumens for 0.8 hours (700ma) Strobe: 205 lumens for 1.6 hours Beacon: 0-205 lumens pulse for 12 hours

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B004WJLQBW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,513 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 14, 2011

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If you're searching for an everyday carry flashlight, this is a fantastic choice!
Opnekryan
Well I will say that while there is preflash on my light, its really not that bad at all and only happens when I do things in a certain order.
AM-Review
Also, the pocket clip is oriented so that if you clip it onto the bill of a hat it works as a head light.
Michael J

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By AM-Review on September 11, 2011
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I will start off by saying I am a Surefire guy, I have owned the same L4 Lumamax for over four years now and carry it with me every single day, it has yet to let me down and still works as perfectly as the day I bought it. I only have two main gripes about it, first is the pocket clip, which has no grip whatsoever. I have almost lost my flashlight more than a few times (the worst is when getting out of a car and the seat belt grabs the light and pulls right out without you even knowing). The non-tight clip makes for easy removal, but also has the ability to fall out of your pocket without you having any idea it ever came out. The second gripe I have about my Surefire is that it is horribly inefficient. It gets extremely hot in only a few seconds and the thing sucks down batteries like crazy.

So based on the two weaknesses of my Surefire I decided to venture out from the extremely expensive brand and seek out a less expensive, but still high quality, alternative. I researched various brands and lights and also watched several hours worth of Youtube videos on all the different lights out there, this ultimately led me to the 4Sevens Quark Tactical series.

What is it about the Quark Tactical series that I liked? For starters I am used to my simple easy to use Surefire, it has only one light output mode, has a forward clicky button (for momentary-on action) and its button protrudes quite a bit out the back which makes it very easy to use. Every other light I researched all had the awful multi-mode junk, where you have to cycle through 7 different output modes to reach the desired level... every time you you turn on the light!! How incredibly annoying and impractical!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark on May 16, 2012
Admittedly, I'm a light geek and own just about every light I've ever laid eyes on, but when it comes to what I carry day to day, the Quark 123 Tactical is my choice. I also have a 123 mini, but I actually found it a little too small and would get lost in the bottom of my pocket. The advantages of the 123 Tactical are:
Compact and powerful
Programmable modes
Can be turned on to one of two settings at a single click of the switch by turning the bezel ring (you can adjust how high the high is and how low the low is)
On the lower settings the battery life is remarkable
On the highest setting the light produced is intense and well distributed
Can be stood on its end to light up a room

The only downside I see is the switch, which doesn't have an intermediate momentary-on position. This is a negative for tactical use, but not a deal breaker considering the other features. Being able to turn the bezel and choose the level of brightness for the situation (do I need to light up a perp or read a map)when I click the switch. Click it twice in the high setting and have access to the disorienting strobe.
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This is a really compact flashlight that puts out a lot of light. Not the longest run time but more than enough for a pocket flashlight. Set up is easy and the click button on the back is easiest to use on the compact lights. Easy to program the first time. I have the light set at full brightness on the first setting and a low level brightness with just a turn of the bezel. Having the option to quickly switch to strobe or SOS mode through the program function could come in handy in a bad situation.
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By Opnekryan on December 31, 2012
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If you're searching for an everyday carry flashlight, this is a fantastic choice! I even bought one for my wife to carry in her purse.
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