|Item Weight||2.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 0.9 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||QP2A-X-AA|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Average Battery Life||360 hours|
FOURSEVENS Quark AA²/ Pro QP2A-X Black Finish / Cool White LED; 2XAA; 280 Lumens
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- Moonlight:0.3 lum, 15 days/Low:2.7 lum, 3 days/Med:24 lum, 20 hrs/High:115 lum, 2.5 hrs/Max:280 lum, 0.8 hrs
- Special Modes: Strobe: 280 lumens, 1.6 hrs/SOS: 280 lumens, 3 hrs/Beacon: 0-280 lumens pulse, 8 hrs
- Included accessories: Batteries, lanyard, split ring for keychain attachment, spare o-ring, holster, hand-grip
- Lens Material: Impact-resistant glass, sapphire coating, antireflective coating
- Body Material: Type-III hard-anodized aircraft-grade aluminum
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For clarification: this model (Quark Pro QP2A-X) is the newer version of the previous Quark Pro QP2A, which only puts out 205 lumens. Look for the "-X" added to the end of the name if you want this 280 lumens model instead of the 205.
I purchased the 4Sevens Quark Pro QP2A-X for my husband to use at work. He is a security officer at a casino and has several requirements in a flashlight. This model fulfills them all. Now that I've played with this light, though, I want one for myself! Here's why we both love it:
POWERFUL - This LED puts out a whopping 280 lumens. It will light up an entire room - even the half the light is facing away from. My husband was amazed the first time I showed him the maximum light setting. He says it far outshines his older, massive LED Maglite (which he mainly carried as a defensive weapon as opposed to a light source, but I digress). The QP2A-X is the second strongest light in the 4Sevens Quark Pro line of flashlights.
COMPACT - This is a small flashlight: less then one inch thick, under six inches in length and just over 2 ounces in weight. Small enough to hold in your teeth if needed. It is very comfortable to hold in your hand, as it is not bulky and is quite light. The grip is knurled so it's less likely to slip from your hand. If you are concerned about the size being too small for larger hands, the packaging includes a rubberized hand grip that slides onto each end of the flashlight to create a hand loop. Slide your hand into the loop and the flashlight becomes secure in your palm (refer to picture).Read more ›
Dont hesitate, buy this now while its in stock you wont be sorry. Im getting a few more.
First let me say, I absolutely love the modes, having moonlight mode is amazing for very simple things like checking wristbands or stamps, and not losing my vision, and not blinding guests or VIP, on top of that, with the way the lens is designed, it's still bright enough to see a flash from 20ft in this mode and get a co-worker's attention.
Regarding the Max mode, if you're within 20-40 feet of someone and they're facing you, this will blind them. Which is great for my profession, and safety. I just went for a walk to get groceries and it easily throws 100 meters + That being said, generally for anything you could need, high mode is plenty bright at 115 lumens.
Also, it is waterproofed with 5 different o-ring's and comes with two spare rings as well. So drinks getting spilled on it, etc. just wash it off with soap and water, no problem.
Being that I am constantly using this, the majority of the time I have it when I'm working, I will have the rubber handle (included) attached to it, so I can carry it easier, and not worry so much about dropping it. I have larger hands, and it's no problem with that. Though with the handle it makes it awkward to loosen the bevel to change modes from Tactical to Standard operation.
Love this light, and I will have it for years to come,
The light comes with a manual, a nice holster, a lanyard (neck sized, not like a paracord fob), a rubber hand-grip-thing, and a set of O-rings.
Like with all other Fourseven's Quark lights, you can "Lego" the lights and switch out parts and pieces. For instance, you can buy a 1xAA body for this light and simply screw the emitter head and tailcap onto the new 1xAA body and you're all set. You can even buy CR123 battery bodies (either single or double cell) for the head and tailcap.
I do plan on buying a diffuser cap that fits over the head to give the light a lantern quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked well enough for about a year. Then for some reason the energizer batteries I was using started to leak inside and ruined the circuitry or something because it will no longer... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Glenn
this light is great, my New EDC
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I like this flashlight because it gives the option of low light "Moon Beam" first. I wish it was a bit smaller but none the less the batteries last a long time.Published 6 months ago by Casey Burns
Wow, this light. I have had it for a year and a half now. Hasn't had a single thing wrong with it. I do a lot of hiking camping and u work nights for my job so this thing gets a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samuel Tomaras
I've been using this flashlight for over a year now and It is a great flashlight. Goes through batteries fast when on the brightest setting but it's worth it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Esteven Casillas
Works well, and has outlasted my expectations. I abuse lights at the shipyard, and this one is real tough.Published 13 months ago by J & D Cain
I have the earlier model of this, the QP2AA.. they're about the same. I liked the previous model, so this makes two.Published 15 months ago by Slicker
Although this light has the old school twist the head interface it is still my favorite. I love the .3 lumen output. I use this setting most of all as a night stand light. Read morePublished 16 months ago by George W