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Smith and Wesson Galaxy Elite 2 AA CREE Tactical Flashlight


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  • 150 Lumens
  • 2 hour total run time
  • CREE Q2 LED
  • Tactical tail cap switch
  • Includes 2 AA batteries and nylon holster
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Product Description

This small 2 AA flashlight was designed for consumers and police departments, who want the extreme brightness and distance of the latest LED technology, yet aren’t comfortable with the cost of CR123 batteries. This new CREE LED Flashlight is fully regulated which means the brightness you see with fresh batteries is the brightness you’ll see just before batteries are depleted. Special circuitry stores power from the batteries and then delivers just the right amount to the bulb to maintain maximum brightness. At 100 lumens, the CREE LED flashlight is brighter than most 5 D battery flashlights, yet runs on the included 2 AA batteries for up to 2 hours. Consumers using 2 AA Lithium batteries can expect up to 10 hours of run time. The light also includes a removable pocket clip, wrist lanyard and a holster in addition to the 2 AA batteries. A true tactical tail cap switch allows users to twist all the way for constant on, or simply back off a half twist for momentary mode. Then, when you’re ready to put the light away, another half twist allows the light to safely be stored without worries of accidental illumination. This light is sure to be at the top of many wish lists this year.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 5.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001CUL4EI
  • Item model number: SW775CR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,684 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It has a very durable feel and is solid.
J. Priester
Yes I would recommend this flashlight to everyone and plan on buying more as gifts as soon as they go on sale.
Mistheonist
I don't use the holster that it came with, as it fits nicely in my pocket.
D M R

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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mike C on November 24, 2008
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I run with this flashlight. It is very bright at 100 lumens and has a nice wrist strap. It only has a 2 hour run time but uses cheaper AA batteries. I would buy another if the price dropped down to the price I paid in October...31.70.
Update: Bought a 2nd one for the wife to use. After nearly a year...zero complaints...still works great.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Randy A. Brown on February 17, 2009
I own other Tacical Flashlights having paid much more for the others. The Smith and Wesson preforms as well as the others I own, at half the cost. A plus is this light runs on AA batteries, not 123A batteries (more costly). You can use rechargeble batteries in this light, saving even more cost. Also has a much greater running time. Love it!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Knight Owl on June 29, 2009
At ~$45, this strikes me as a frugal (not cheap) alternative to the premium brand(s). I let a tactically trained friend, who owns numerous Surefires, try it out, and he was very impressed. In fact, the performance of this LED convinced him that such a "bulb" can match the effectiveness of the best incandescents now. He'd been holding out until he could compare first-hand. The body is very solid; The nylon holster with belt strap & spare battery pouch is functional; The lanyard is a bonus, though a tad thin for my preference. At this point, I only have two "complaints." #1) The rear battery cap/switch is not as rigid as I think it should be. When screwed all the way in, the lamp is on continuously, which is no problem/typical. However, when backed off enough to turn it off and enable momentary mode, the LED will illuminate if you gently push/flex the endcap to the side. Don't interpret that it's flimsy -- It's not. And, this is probably not a big issue, but has the potential to cause accidental actuation if pressure is applied to the side of the cap while carrying it on a belt, in a pocket, or in a (back)pack. In turn, this could drain the batteries, since this LED is rated to do so in approx. 2 hours with quality alkalines (not confirmed by me yet). #2) It's made in China. Unfortunately, like so many other companies, S&W has sourced some of their products overseas. This certainly helps them compete and get their foot in this market, and the quality seems to be top-notch, so this issue is really just a disappointment for me, and FYI to you, as I didn't know this before it showed up on my doorstep.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Stephen on October 15, 2010
I bought this light for work to replace a SureFire G2, and this one puts it to shame. I am using it for extremely dark, low reflectivity areas such as inside a 60ft high boiler with dark, rusty walls and tubes. The Maglight I had at first didn't even illuminate the ceiling. I then got a SureFire G2, but the batteries were always running out (at $2 per battery). I then got this light, and just love it. The battery life really is what they advertise. I recommend this light all the time. Very well built and great optics. In case you're wondering, it is a spot-type of projection, not a wide general-lighting type of light.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Jenifer Diaz on November 4, 2008
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It's hard to believe what a bright light this little thing puts out while running on 2 AA batteries. The case is durable metal, and the thing feels more solid than a maglight. If anything, my main criticism is that the thing is overbuilt. It's like a Swiss watch of flashlights- craftsmanship taken to an almost absurd degree.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mistheonist on January 9, 2009
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I wished it was cheaper but I had to try it out and I don't regret it. I have gone ahead and given away all my old bulb flashlights at this point and strictly only use LED flashlights. Now this thing is very solid. I compared it to my older bulb flashlights that took up to 4 D batteries and it is much brighter. I compared it to my 32 LED smith and wesson and it is way brighter than that one as well. Of course that one is meant for much longer battery life as well as red and blue. Yes I would recommend this flashlight to everyone and plan on buying more as gifts as soon as they go on sale. It has a very strong belt clip as well. If you're looking for something like this don't wait for a few buck price drop. Get your first one and then wait.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Paul E. Reed Jr. on March 19, 2010
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I'd give this 6 stars if I could. I deliver pizzas at night and needed a spotlight to see addresses on houses. I didn't want to carry around a bulky spotlight so I bought this. Unbelievable. This little thing is powerful. Bright with alot of distance. Exceeds expectations. Highly recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mike irwin on June 9, 2009
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Update! I now own 4 of them, all work great even after being put through hell for such a long time!
2 AA batteries. Brightest light I have found that does not need to be recharged. They say it has a two hour continuous run time, it will last for over a month with moderate use. It has a momentary button on the tail cap which allows you to use it regarldess of hand position, unlike others that the button is recessed, or turn the cap all the way in to use it in constant mode. It will fit into a mini mag light leather hoslter if you are interested in carrying it this way you just get the holster wet, put the light into the hoslter and let it dry. Also I have dropped it many times at work and it is still working fine. If you are looking for blinding light you have found it, a tactical flashlight like this one would normaly cost easily 100$
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