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FOURSEVENS Preon 2 / P2 Black Flashlight Finish Cool White LED G2; 2XAAA 192 lumens

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  • LED: CREE XP-G 2, Max Output: 192 Out-the-front (OTF) lumens
  • Material: Hard-anodized Aircraft-grade Aluminum
  • Lens: Optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides
  • Battery: Two AAA
  • Seven Output Modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, SOS, Beacon (Hi), Beacon (Lo)
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Technical Details
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
Item model numberP2-AE
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
ColorBlack
MaterialType-Iii Hard-Anodized Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Average Battery Life23 hours
  
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ASINB00914ZM18
Best Sellers Rank #6,208 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 22, 2012
  
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Ultracompact and incredibly bright, the Preon was the world's first AAA battery powered light with a CREE XP-G LED. That means it uses a readily available battery size while achieving surprising brightness. Three brightness levels and four special modes controlled by a twist on the single battery lights or push-button tail cap on the dual battery pen lights allow you to dial in the type of light you need for any situation. Available in satin titanium or a variety of colorful anodized finishes. It's the perfect pocket light.

Product Description

Ultra compact and incredibly bright, the Preon was the world's first AAA battery powered light with a CREE XP-G LED. That means it uses a readily available battery size while achieving surprising brightness. Three brightness levels and four special modes controlled by a twist on the single battery lights or push-button tail cap on the dual battery pen lights allow you to dial in the type of light you need for any situation. Available in satin titanium or a variety of colorful anodized finishes. It's the perfect pocket light.

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Great little Light, Very bright.
Chad
The tail switch SUCKS and I do mean sucks.
mk45gunnr
Very reliable everyday carry light.
Eric

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robespierre on September 21, 2012
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This is a great light. For a full review see Nutnfancy's viedo [...]

In my opinion, this is the best EDC light on the market. It is compact enough to fit unnoticed in my back pocket, and as powerful as I could wish. I really like the multiple settings. It's great to have a bright light, but sometimes I need just a little bit, and the low setting perfect for that. The switch is very good, nice and light, but metal capped, so there is no rubber end to wear out. This is a very good product.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By TJ on January 21, 2013
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I had and constantly used a quark AA2 tactical, which is larger than this pen-style light - still ok to carry, but is now more of a bedside table light.

This preon 2 is perfect for EDC. the price is great, the output is awesome. (it's not really 192 lumens. it's more around 166). I love the pocket clip, etc. it also has all the modes you'd want in a light (low, medium, high, strobe, beacon, etc.). it took about 5 minutes of playing around with it before I could toggle through all the modes effortlessly. it's a very user-friendly light.

Downsides: it's a bit long. It's not a huge issue, but if it were maybe half the length, it would be the best light imo for EDC. "then get the preon 1." Believe me, i thought about getting the preon 1 - the downside to the preon 1 is that it's on/off function is a twist - two handed operation. I prefer the tailcap actuation of the preon 2. It's a true one-handed light. I can deal with the length. Another knock I have on it is that it will always turn on in low mode. The quark AA2 tactical allowed you to set the emission levels to whatever you wanted. I always went with high and strobe - again, bedside light. Also, this is a very fixable problem, but the little tailcap button has a hard-cover on it - probably to preserve the rubber of the actual button. this rattles around a bit when the light moves too.

Overall, it's a great EDC light, and I believe it's the best in it's class. Definitely blows the streamlight out of the water in terms of user interface, fit and finish, versatility, and output. Definitely a win.
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By mk45gunnr on June 19, 2013
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For light brightness, this little guy is awesome, and I guess it's waterproof too, AND it uses AAA batteries, plus plus plus. Body is sleek and a little grippy, plus plus. Great all around lite right? NOPE. The tail switch SUCKS and I do mean sucks. It is so easy to turn on, and so quite that i already burned through two sets of Energizer lithium's for this bad boy. AND here's the kicker. I wear (wore) it in my front uniform shirt pocket (left hand), and after the umpteenth time one of my partners told me "your lights on" AND the last time was in a dark abandoned house (glad I wear armor), that's the last time I will carry it. Lack of light discipline can and will kill you as quick (and sometimes faster) than noise discipline. So as much as I want to love this light (thanks Nutnfancy, I bought it cuz of you) I absolutely cannot recommend this light. I'm back to my Steamlight Stylus Pro. Too bad. if I could get that switch fixed somehow I would absolutely say this was a great light. But I am far from the only person who has complained about this light's tail switch. I believe if you put a stronger spring (maybe twice the strength) this would be an instant 5 star light. thanks for reading! Good luck.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bob Akimbo on September 22, 2013
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This sweet little flashlight hits on what a flashlight needs to, but is not without its issues.

The light output is exceptional for its size. The beam provides a medium throw and a wide spill. It is very clean and smooth with a fairly natural warm color.

The user interface is super simple, with all controls activated by a tail cap switch. The light always comes on in the dim mode. Double clicks cycle through the remaining modes. As noted by other reviewers, the switch is susceptible to accidental activation (but you can loosen the head to avoid that). Another minor negative is that the metal cover on the tail cap rattles. It does not affect the function, but adds to the less than solid overall feel.

The size, shape, and finish are very refined. The body is smooth, but not slippery. This flashlight fits beautifully in a pant, shirt, or pen pocket. The overall build quality is adequate, but just barely. Aside from the rattling tail cap, the batteries also rattle, the aluminum body is a little thin and light, and the pocket clip is not particularly sturdy.

All things considered, this flashlight is almost really nice. If you want a super bright and stylish penlight, you're not too hard on your stuff, and don't mind spending $40 for a $30 flashlight, you will be more than happy with this.

[If you are not married to the penlight form factor, consider the Nitecore EC1 as an every day carry flashlight. It's brighter, sturdier, has more (and very useful) functions - all for a similar price.]
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alex on December 23, 2012
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The flashlight is very bright and reliable, with a long battery life (I am using lithium ultimates).
I use mine at work, the low setting is great for looking into poorly lit electrical panels, the med is good for a general flashlight, and the high is like a small spotlight.
I have dropped mine onto hard concrete twice or more, it marred the finish but didn't "break" the light.
It is small enough to keep in your shirt pocket along side a pen, it's how I carry mine at work.

On the button issue, if you are having issues with your on/off button being unreliable then try loosening the ring that holds the metal button cover on. I have two of these flashlights and if you have it screwed on too tightly then it will be semi-unreliable. I loosened the ring a little bit and it fixed the issue on both flashlights.
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