EagleTac D25C Mini XP-G2 LED Flashlight
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- Lumen Output:LED lumen: 349/98/6, ANSI FL-1 lumen: 230/64/5
- Battery Type:1*CR123A
- Twisty;28.2g, IPX-8 Waterproof
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Max Output: 349 LED lumen, 230 ANSI OTF lumen
Beam Profile: Center lux: 2800lux; Center spot angle: 4.9°; Spill light angle: 33°
Lens: Impact resistance waterwhite glass lens; Anti-scratch sapphire coating on the outside; Anti-reflective (AR) coating on the inside
Reflector: Very light orange peel aluminum reflector
HAIII hard anodization aerospace aluminum
Waterproof: IPX-8 standard
Dimensions: Head Diameter: 0.78 inches (20 mm); Body Dia. 0.78 inches (20 mm); Length: 2.7 inch (69 mm; Weight: 0.99 ounces (28.2 grams)
Battery Type: 1xCR123A; Compatible battery size (each): Diameter: 16-16.9mm, Length: 34-34.9mm
What's included: Stainless steel bezel, Spare o-rings; Polished stainless steel pocket clip, User Manual, Rigid Nylon Holster w/ self-retention device and flip, Mil-Spec Paracord Lanyard w/ quick attachment clip
Top Customer Reviews
If it was 5 or 10 bucks might be a good deal. Mine seemed nice but it died. i contacted warranty support and after several days received a response with very basic instructions. i.e. make sure you have new battery, is it tight, clean the threads etc. responses were very slow takes a few days to get one. Finally since it was obviously dead they suggested i return it to the seller for warranty support. Amazon return said it was past the 30 day return period. They said so sorry you can return it to the manufacturer in HONG KONG no joke. here is the address they gave me.
Lam Chun Jung | ET
Flat G 4/F Lucky Mansion
65 Austin Road
KLN Hong Kong
Needless to say AVOID. buy a 4sevens a fenix, anything else but this. if it breaks you'll regret it.
I'm a big fan of these small bright lights, you can get a bigger light you carry in your pack or car etc but the one you have on you beats the one you have in the car on on the pack but just don't have with you when you need it. you also find that you will use a light like this all the time. Put this in your pocket and keep the other one in your pack, car etc. You might wear this one out before you every have a need to turn the bigger one on.
UPDATE: 1.5mo old and it died. Seemed really well made. changing to 1 star, two days with no response from warranty support. If customer support comes back will edit again. However at this rate I'll go back to a 4sevens quark and never look back.
My Fenix is now in my bedside drawer and this one will be in my pocket at all times as my new EDC (Every Day Carry). Really, you have no idea how often you will use an EDC light unless you actually HAVE an EDC light. Get one. I would give it five stars, but I find that changing modes with the twist is somewhat inconsistent at times. There is a "clicky" option Eagletac D25C Clicky 397 Lumens CREE XM-L U2 LED Pocket Light - Clicky Switch Model, but that adds a little to the size and a bit to the price (still a bargain) and I'm thinking about getting one.
The workmanship appears to be excellent. The product includes a nice wrist strap and a very nice nylon "holster." You also get an extra O-ring. Hold on to it. You twist the light whenever you turn it on, so the O-ring is definitely getting used.
Here is an example of the thought that went into this light: This short, fat light is very stable when placed tail down on a flat surface. Useful. But what if you have the wrist strap attached? It clips to the tail, so it could prevent the light from standing flat on a table, right? Wrong! There exists a little notch in the tail. Its sole purpose is to accommodate the metal clip of the wrist strap. The light is perfectly stable.
I am good at complaining, so I'll go ahead.
The light includes low, medium, and high output settings. When using the high setting, the light will become uncomfortably hot after about 20 minutes. I would expect that the electronics inside the light are suffering at this point. Fortunately, the medium setting is bright enough to be extremely useful. The light remains comfortable on the medium setting, indefinitely.
I like to use rechargeable batteries. The rechargable battery that fits this light is RCR123, which is a higher voltage cell than the disposable CR123 that this light is designed for. If you do use an RCR123 cell, you will encounter some problems:
- The light output from the medium and high settings is identical
- On medium and high settings, the light becomes uncomfortably hot after 10 minutes.
- The light output from the low setting remains rather low.
The light is not marketed as an RCR123 light so I rate it a full five stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have many lights that I can use in my rotation, but this one seams to be on my pocket clip more then any.Published 19 months ago by RWKeenan
I would not buy this brand of flashlight. I like the sturdy pocket clip and when it worked. It worked great. Read morePublished on February 8, 2014 by goldmatch45
i have two other eagle tac lights, and both have the push-button switch on the end of the light opposite the bulb. Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by wayno
I really like the quality of EagleTac flashlights. This is a very small package, 2.5 inches long. A pretty bright light. Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by Eugene R Clement
I keep this flashlight on my keychain. It's really bright. I don't intend it for long term use. But when I need a light, a bright light, it's always there, ready and waupiting.Published on October 22, 2013 by Buyer of things
This is a great EDC flashlight. I have been using for only 2 months now and have used it many times. It is increidibly bright and useful for self defense purposes. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by Dan
This little will get Very Hot when running at Top Speed... almost too hot to touch; I didn't like the "Twist On-Off" function, if you want this particular flashlight you... Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by Lilikoa