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Foursevens Preon 2/ P2 Blue Finish / Cool White LED; 2XAAA; 160 Lumens

4.1 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • LED: CREE XP-G R5, Max Output: 160 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, included
  • Seven output modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, SOS, Beacon (hi), Beacon (lo)
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OVERVIEW Previous model name: Preon 2, 4Sevens Blue, R5 Edition Previous model SKU: FS.P2Blu We apologize that this flashlight is out of stock. New orders will be arriving in April 2012. Compact and absurdly bright. Three primary levels of output and three special modes of output. Lightweight and elegant. The world's first AAA powered, CREE XP-G flashlight! Preon 2 Specifications LED: CREE XP-G R5 Max Output: 160 OTF lumens Material: Hard-anodized Aircraft-grade Aluminum Lens: Optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides Reflector: Light orange-peel textured Water resistance: IPX-8 Battery: Two AAA, included (see voltage range to select acceptable batteries for this light)) Operating Voltage Range: 0.9V-3.0V Seven Output Modes: Low: 2.2 OTF Lumens, 23 hours Medium: 22 OTF Lumens, 6 hours High: 160 OTF Lumens, 0.8 hours Strobe SOS Beacon (Hi) Beacon (Lo) Dimensions: Length: 5.05 inches Diameter: 0.55 inches Weight: 0.8 ounces

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 2.6 x 0.9 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B007HW49XS
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,446 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: May 16, 2011

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updated review: I have had this light for over a year. About 8 months of owning it, using it and dropping it here and there. The lights function started to diminish. The actuator button when clicked wouldn't turn the light on always. I would have to press it several times and it would eventually turn on but I would have no idea what power setting it was on. This was particularly a pain when trying to have a low beam and it turns out to be full lumen and blinds everyone.

I sent it back to foursevens and they sent me the light back about a month later. The light came back in the exact same shape as it was sent out in. They didnt replace the actuator switch, it still had the same issues and still had the scratches on it I sent it out with.

Another big issue with the light is the switch (when it is working) will get turned on accidentally ALOT. Every day I would find the light turned on in my pocket. The clip makes it sit rather low in the pocket and the switch can easily be turned on. Getting in your car or bending over would most of the time turn the light on. You eventually figure out its on after your pants start to warm up and the light is very hot. I eventually just stopped using the light for EDC and left it on the night stand.

The preon 1 is still an excellent light and has the twist on actuator and doesn't have these issues. Sad part is the preon 1 is only 70 lumens and for what I use my lights for is not enough. My cellphone throws a light almost as bright as the preon 1 so I dont carry it during the day anymore and it now sits in my glove box as a back up to the larger light in my trunk.
I decided to email foursevens again about my preon 2 and hopefully they will fix it correctly this time.
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By jaydub42 on January 16, 2013
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Almost perfect light. Only complaint is that it come on easily in pocket. This can be solved by alternate pocket carry, or just a slight twist or the headlamp. This probably removes it's underwater capability though should you take an accidental plunge. and of course increases actuation time. Phenomenal product though. Going to buy a few as gifts.
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I carry this thing everywhere I go it has earned its place in my right jeans pocket. Quality, like other 4sevens products is top notch the anodized aluminum coating wears extremely nicely although the first to show wear is that pocket clip but that just adds to the cool factor! In the market for a good flashlight? worried about constantly buying expensive 5$ AAA batteries for this thing? well do what I did, order some Eneloop AAA Rechargeable Batteries and never worry about spending hundreds of millions of dollars a week on battery's!
This flashlight has a long battery life I haven't even used up the duracells that came with this product and I've had it for like a month!
160 lumens out of a pen light? the face melting scene from Indiana Jones comes to mind.
love the extra features that this has, love to think that if I ever get stranded in the middle of nowhere with only the clothes on my back and the gear in my pants I would use the [Expletive] out of the SOS feature, pardon my fake French
now for some CONS:
pocket clip could be a little tighter, I'm not saying Cold Steel death grip tight either but just a little.
Flashlight will turn on in pocket eventually, if you love saving bat. life do what I do, twist the head cap a little so it wont turn on if you inadvertently push the button then when you need it twist the cap and turn it on (can even be done one handed like I learned just takes minutes of hard training, practice and the dexterity of a baby monkey)

You pay for what you get and you get a helluva lot from this little light

Still gets ***** -> (5 stars) because the cons are supershadowed by the performance of the penlight
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This is a great everyday carry flashlight, but not a good "tactical" flashlight. The low-medium-high settings are really useful - I don't really use the other modes at all. It is very bright on high with fresh AAA's particularly for its size. I carry it in my back pocket, and the metal button does not come off like a lot the rubber covers used on other flashlights. It does "go through" batteries pretty fast - but I expected that based on battery size and light output. A very nice uniform beam. The clip takes a bit of work to get enough tension to be effective in the pocket, and it has to be re-tensioned every so often. There are at least four (4) reasons that this makes a terrible "tactical" flashlight: (1) the light doesn't come "on" until the button is released (a "press & hold" doesn't work), (2) this is related to (1) - there is no momentary, (3) there is no memory to go to the last set mode - it always starts on "low" - which is also annoying for everyday use and (4) a big one - you have to partially unscrew the lamp housing to prevent turning the light "on" inadvertently as the tail cap button presses very easily - and frankly it is a bit of a PITA for everyday use - but you get used to to the two-step process to turn the light on.
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