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Eagletac G25C2 XM-L U2 LED Light 770 Lumens

4.4 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Product Information

Technical Details

Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 8.5 x 4.9 x 2.8 inches
Type of Bulb led

Additional Information

ASIN B006YMD4WO
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #528,131 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#9,379 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Flashlights > Handheld Flashlights
#87,668 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools
Shipping Weight 11.2 ounces
Date First Available January 10, 2012

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I spent hours and hours researching flashlights. I needed one that would work in a wide variety of situations and I demanded outstanding performance. I read a lot of reviews, crunched a lot of numbers, and in the end I decided on the EagleTac G25C2. This is easily one of the best items I have purchased this year, in any category. My primary use for this light is for my employment in public safety, and backpacking for a hobby.

Power Levels- (770 Lumens/1 hr)- This light really has a great throw to it at this level. 200 yards easily. It's literally like a spotlight that can fit in your pocket. (320 Lumens/3.5hrs)- Works very nice 75-100 yards out, and very blinding in self defense roles at shorter distances. (59 Lumens/20 hrs)- Remember the Surefire Lights that were 60 lumens and lasted an hour? That's what this level gets you. A very nice bright light at 25-30 yards with 20 times longer run time!! (2 Lumens/200 hrs)- The most common level I use it at. Seems much brighter than 2 Lumens. It almost seems to be a mistake. It's a comfortable level out to 10 yards or so. Great for around camp, or when you need something along the lines of a general flashlight. It can easily light your path while walking at night, and the 200 hour run time is great.

Ease of Use- The user interface of the G25C2 is very simple. The tail cap is used to turn the light on and off. And the bezel rotates to vary the level of brightness. As you tighten the bezel it will get increasingly brighter. Loosening is the reverse and goes to the lower levels. It can also be done one handed with ease by holding the bezel between palm and little finger, and rotating the body with thumb and index finger.

Programming- This is not something that is easily done on the fly.
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New Review: Ok, so Ive had this flashlight for 7 months and it is still great. I also tested some cr123a's to see if the output was any different and it wasn't so thats great if you like using 18650's in your lights, and why wouldn't you? double run time, same output, and waaaay cheaper.. anyways the light is still great but if you buy this light make sure you don't get this one and you get the new version of this, its the G25C2 mkII. I think its a little brighter with a little more output and its the same price :)

Old Review: I will write another review after many months of use but i couldn't wait! I waited till it got totally dark then waked over to the park to test it out and i was truly impressed! I couldn't see a thing in the dark but when i turned it on i was lighting things up all the way across the baseball field! Im using a tenergy 18650 rechargeable which means i might not even be getting max output since a lot of lights are a liiiittle brighter with 2 cr123a. but who cares this light is amazing and with the 18650 you get twice the run time.. i have lots of lights and this is kind of my hobby so trust me, you wont find anything in this size that is much brighter. it throws really nice but at the same time it has a really nice flood around it. perfect balance of beam tightness and outside flood in my opinion. and a really great price!!! =) =)
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I spent hours and hours researching flashlights. I needed one that would work in a wide variety of situations and I demanded outstanding performance. I read a lot of reviews, crunched a lot of numbers, and in the end I decided on the EagleTac G25C2. This is easily one of the best items I have purchased this year, in any category. My primary use for this light is for my employment in public safety, and backpacking for a hobby.

Power Levels- (770 Lumens/1 hr)- This light really has a great throw to it at this level. 200 yards easily. It's literally like a spotlight that can fit in your pocket. (320 Lumens/3.5hrs)- Works very nice 75-100 yards out, and very blinding in self defense roles at shorter distances. (59 Lumens/20 hrs)- Remember the Surefire Lights that were 60 lumens and lasted an hour? That's what this level gets you. A very nice bright light at 25-30 yards with 20 times longer run time!! (2 Lumens/200 hrs)- The most common level I use it at. Seems much brighter than 2 Lumens. It almost seems to be a mistake. It's a comfortable level out to 10 yards or so. Great for around camp, or when you need something along the lines of a general flashlight. It can easily light your path while walking at night, and the 200 hour run time is great.

Ease of Use- The user interface of the G25C2 is very simple. The tail cap is used to turn the light on and off. And the bezel rotates to vary the level of brightness. As you tighten the bezel it will get increasingly brighter. Loosening is the reverse and goes to the lower levels. It can also be done one handed with ease by holding the bezel between palm and little finger, and rotating the body with thumb and index finger.

Programming- This is not something that is easily done on the fly.
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The Eagletac G25C2 with the cool white XM-L LED emitter was a good purchase for me. EagleTac recently upgraded this light to a Mark II version where they are driving the LED a little harder for a 1030 Lumen output vs 770 on this model. Be aware these numbers are higher than the ANSI lumens which is around 856 lm vs. 600 lm (Mark II vs original model) respectively. At first I was disappointed I did not wait, until I saw the other lumen levels. Both Eagletac G25C2's in cool white, (the neutral white LED will be lower lumens in both models) have 4 different output levels. This one is 720/298/55/2 lumens (ANSI Lumens 600/249/45/2 lumens) while the Mark II newer model is 1030/475/91/8 lumens or 856/389/75/7 ANSI Lumens. The drawback of the higher lumens is the runtime, which is 1.1/3.5/20/200 hours in this model, and 1/1.9/11/90+ hours in the Mark II. I prefer the longer run times with the current model and I feel the different output levels in this model is scaled better than in the Mark II model. I may eventually get the Mark II, but prefer to wait to see if they use the newer XP-G2 emitter in a even newer model.

Although the Mark II is brighter (higher lumens and higher lux), at levels over 400 lumens it is difficult for me to tell. The difference between 100 and 200 lumens is very obvious, but the higher the lumens, the harder it is to tell with the naked eye. It is visible, but I don't think it is on a linear scale, if that makes sense. The difference in lux vs. lumens can be Googled, but for simplicity, think of a laser as high LUX, low LUMENS, and a patio flood light as high LUMENS, low LUX.

The XM-L emitter is inside a good size smooth reflector, (it looks smooth to me but some describe it as LOP (lightly orange peel).
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